|Priory of the Nine|
|Nearby Locations||Bravil, Skingrad|
The Priory is made up of a hall with a ground floor, second floor, basement, and undercroft. There is also a detached Chapel of the Nine on the grounds, as well as a small garden and archery practice area.
The ground floor of the main building is a dining area with a fireplace and table. The secret entrance to the basement is located here as well. To access it, one will need to use Sir Amiel's Ring at the center of the symbolic circle.
The second floor of the main building has several beds for the knights, as well as an adjacent room with a double bed and storage space.
The basement houses a melee training area and a smithy, as well the entrance to the undercroft.
The undercroft houses the armor stand and the graves of the former Knights of the Nine. One may receive blessings from each of the eight (Sir Berich not included) graves in the undercroft, one for each divine. (Except for Talos.)
There is an Armor Stand in the undercroft of the Priory. The Relics of the Crusader can be placed on the stand, as well as taken from the stand as one whole set. Individual pieces can also be swapped to and from the armor stand automatically.
The Relics are all leveled items, but can be "upgraded" when placed on the armor stand at certain level ranges, if not already at the maximum. The weapons will also be recharged completely when they are placed on the stand.
- In the backyard lies the archery and the little stable with three horses included.
- An Oblivion Gate opens after one finish the Knight of the Nine quest.
There are plants both in the garden and in the area around the priory. These are the ones you'll find in the garden.
In the area around the priory one will find the following.
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine (First appearance)