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For other uses, see Miraak and Miraak, Dragonborn (Legends).

Miraak (Dragon Language: M.svgIr.svgAa.svgK.svg Mir-Aak, "Allegiance-Guide") is a light or heavy armor mask found in The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn.

Acquisition[]

The mask can be acquired from Miraak's skeleton at the conclusion of the quest "At the Summit of Apocrypha."

Enchantment[]

Wearing this mask grants the following bonuses:

Usefulness[]

Although any race will benefit from this, the Altmer in particular will possess an even greater magicka pool because of their natural predisposition towards magicka fortification. Obtaining this mask at level 60 or above will grant an advantage of 120 points of extra magicka, while the Nahkriin mask would offer only 100 points. When equipped with the archmage's robes and this helmet, such characters will possess 170 points of magicka. Should the Dragonborn also have the blessing from the atronach stone, this will easily be increased to 220 points. Equipping the Necromancer Amulet as well will give a total of 270 magicka points.

Smithing[]

Unlike other dragon priest masks, this mask cannot be improved at a workbench.

Variants[]

The version that is received is based on character level, and whether it is light or heavy armor is based on which one is at a higher level. There are six variants of the mask:

Light armor[]

Level ArmorIcon.png WeightIcon.png Gold Enchantment ID
1–44 23 9 618 Increases your Magicka by 50 points xx039d2b
45–59 25 9 733 Increases your Magicka by 60 points xx039d2e
60+ 27 9 849 Increases your Magicka by 70 points xx039d2f

Heavy armor[]

Level ArmorIcon.png WeightIcon.png Gold Enchantment ID
1–44 23 9 505 Increases your Magicka by 40 points xx039fa1
45–59 25 9 733 Increases your Magicka by 60 points xx039fa2
60+ 27 9 849 Increases your Magicka by 70 points xx039fa3

Trivia[]

  • As with all dragon masks, it can be equipped with the falmer helmet.
  • If Miraak is equipped along with the jagged crown, the crown's horns will be visible through the mask.
  • The design of the mask slightly resembles a squid, which is possibly another reference to the Cthulhu and other Lovecraftian mythos creatures whom Hermaeus Mora is loosely based on which also showed them as tentacled, squid-like monstrosities.
  • Miraak's Mask resembles the face of a seeker.
  • The light and heavy versions of the mask share the same statistics, except for the lowest level versions of each which differ slightly in value and enchantment power.
  • Due to the Light Armor version having the same armor rating as the Heavy counterpart, even the version obtained at level 1 offers protection that completely eclipses that of a Dragonscale Helmet. The Light Armor version of this mask offers the best armor rating out of any other Light helmet.
  • It is the only mask to have a unique design besides Konahrik.

Bugs[]

This section contains bugs related to Miraak (Mask). Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:

  1. Please reload an old save to confirm if the bug is still happening.
  2. If the bug is still occurring, please post the bug report with the appropriate system template  360  /  XB1  ,  PS3  /  PS4  ,  PC  /  MAC  ,  NX  , depending on which platform(s) the bug has been encountered on.
  3. Be descriptive when listing the bug and fixes, but avoid having conversations in the description and/or using first-person anecdotes: such discussions belong on the appropriate forum board.
  •  360   The heavy armor version of Miraak's mask instead raises the Light Armor skill.
  •  PC   360   PS3   Miraak's body may sometimes fall through the floor upon his death, making it impossible to retrieve on consoles.
  •  PS3   When placed on a mannequin, both the mask and the robe may disappear when one leaves the area.

Appearances[]

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