Fort Magia is a fort located in the Waterfront region, east of the Imperial City on the Red Ring Road, south of the Blue Road heading towards Cheydinhal. It is a three-level undead tomb with lots of water and a large number of slaughterfish. It contains an undead boss and two boss chests on the bottom level.
The fort lays open to elements, and its upper levels have eroded away with time. A number of ancillary ruins lay about the area that have a small number of plants growing around them.
Preparation for explorationEdit
Exploration of Fort Magia will include water exploration (with slaughterfish) and encounters with the undead. Exploring under these conditions will be done most efficiently if equipped with at least the following items or skills:
- A piece of equipment with Water Breathing
- If the quest "Go Fish" has been completed, the Jewel of the Rumare (which grants the water-breathing ability)
- A shock damage skill or weapon since the slaughterfish are particularly susceptible to shock damage
- A silver, enchanted or if possible a Daedric weapon for fighting the wraiths and other undead
The plants growing around the ancillary ruins include the following:
Fort Magia (Main)Edit
The first level is a dungeon with the following:
- Three random loot chests (two of which yield restoration items)
Fort Magia MemorialsEdit
The entrance to the second level (Fort Magia Memorials) is underwater. This level starts with a rather long underwater corridor, and air will be reached only after making it past, or fighting off, a couple of slaughterfish. Rushing to the air is possible but may not be wise for stealth builds. If adequately prepared, underwater looting is possible (although picking locks and taking loot is done in pause-time). It's also wise to check the underwater niches in the sides of pools/halls for chests. It is not recommended to use a bow.
Fort Magia Garrison BlocksEdit
- Leveled Undead Boss
- Leveled Skeleton Archers
- Leveled Undead
- Leveled slaughterfish
- Two Boss Chests
- Random loot containers (chests and coffins; one restoration chest, one wine chest)