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==Description==
 
==Description==
They are located inside [[Imperial Cult]] [[chapel]]s, forts and [[Factions (Morrowind)|guilds]]. It is possible activate the altar and receive blessings which cure common [[Diseases (Morrowind)|disease]] and [[blight disease]]s, cure [[Poison (Morrowind)|poisons]], and restore [[Attributes (Morrowind)|attributes]]. Non-members to the Imperial Cult pay 25 {{G}}. Newer members pay 10 {{G}}, whilst higher-ranking members receive blessings for free.<ref>Dialogue in {{Morrowind}} ("Healing Altars" topic)</ref>
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They are located inside [[Imperial Cult]] [[chapel]]s, forts and [[Factions (Morrowind)|guilds]]. It is possible to activate the altar and receive blessings which cure common [[Diseases (Morrowind)|disease]] and [[blight disease]]s, cure [[Poison (Morrowind)|poisons]], and restore [[Attributes (Morrowind)|attributes]]. Non-members to the Imperial Cult pay 25 {{G}}. Newer members pay 10 {{G}}, whilst higher-ranking members receive blessings for free.<ref>Dialogue in {{Morrowind}} ("Healing Altars" topic)</ref>
   
 
===Effects===
 
===Effects===

Revision as of 09:59, September 19, 2016

Imperial Cult Shrine - Morrowind

The imperial altar in Ebonheart

Healing altars are found throughout Vvardenfell in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

Description

They are located inside Imperial Cult chapels, forts and guilds. It is possible to activate the altar and receive blessings which cure common disease and blight diseases, cure poisons, and restore attributes. Non-members to the Imperial Cult pay 25 GoldIcon. Newer members pay 10 GoldIcon, whilst higher-ranking members receive blessings for free.[1]

Effects

All altars provide a choice of effects:

Locations

Healing Altars are found in:

Appearances

References

  1. Dialogue in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind ("Healing Altars" topic)
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