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Seeker

Seeker2
Level 21
Health-icon 550
MagickaIcon 330
Stamina 0
Spells/Abilities Seeker Drain
Knowledge Drain
DamageIcon 40
Resistance Immune to Paralysis
Resist Shock 33 pts
Soul Size Common
Base ID xx028E7F
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"Seekers are servants of Hermaeus Mora. They are rarely seen outside his Oblivion realm of Apocrypha."
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Seekers are Daedra that inhabit Hermaeus Mora's plane of Oblivion, Apocrypha. They typically serve Hermaeus Mora, although Miraak took control of some of them during his stay in the realm.

LocationsEdit

Seekers are found throughout Apocrypha, usually guarding tomes of forbidden knowledge. When idle, they usually conjure a book from thin air and begin to read.

Seekers may also be summoned by the Solstheim dragon priests (Ahzidal, Dukaan, and Zahkriisos).

LootEdit

Seekers usually carry books and scrolls, and occasionally a Spell Tome.

CombatEdit

Seekers may turn invisible, appearing as a blob of thick, black mist. They can be attacked in this state, though it should be noted they can also move very fast as well, effectively teleporting right next to the Dragonborn before reverting to their tentacled forms to attack.

On offense, Seekers use a spell called "Seeker Drain" which absorbs x points of Health, Magicka and Stamina for 10 seconds.

When enough damage is dealt to a Seeker, it can generate a clone of itself to aid it in battle, similar to the Shades of a Wispmother. Destroying the original will also destroy the clone.

VariantsEdit

High SeekerEdit

These are the seekers with Miraak when the Dragonborn first encounters him. They appear to be a higher level than the basic seeker, similar to the level difference between a Frost and Storm Atronach.

Seeker AspirantEdit

A relatively rare variant of Seeker.

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

BugsEdit

  •  PC   360   PS3  If a Seeker is disintegrated with the Disintegrate perk, the Seeker, when killed, will turn into an ash pile, without any loot.

AppearanceEdit

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  • IMMEDIATE HELP!!

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    • French and Finnish are not in that group. French is in the Romance language group, as someone said earlier, and Finnish is in the Finno-Ug...
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  • Seekers

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    • they arnt very good with melee combat i had 0 health pots but they barely do any damage at close so you'd best use duel one hands or a greatsword
    • As with most enemies a knife in the back does the job.

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