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{{MorrowindWeapons
 
{{MorrowindWeapons
|image = Morrowind StaffofMagus.png
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|name = Staff of Magnus
|weight = 10
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|image = Morrowind StaffofMagus.png
|health = 4,000
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|weight = 10.00
|value = 210,000
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|health = 4,000
|enchantments =
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|value = 210,000
|enchanttotal = 5,700 <br> 1,140 charges consumed <br> 5 uses
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|enchantments = [[Restore Health (Morrowind)|Restore Health]]<br />[[Spell Absorption (Morrowind)|Spell Absorption]]
|speed = 1.75
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|enchanttotal = 400
|reach = 1.8
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|speed = 1.75
|chop = 5−15
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|reach = 1.80
|slash = 1−10
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|chop = 5–15
|thrust = 5−15
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|slash = 1–10
|type = [[Blunt]] Two-Handed [[staff]]
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|thrust = 5–15
|id = staff_magnus_unique}}
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|type = [[Blunt Weapon (Morrowind)|Blunt Weapon]], [[Handedness (Morrowind)|Two-Handed]]<br />[[Staves (Morrowind)|Staff]]
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|id = staff_magnus_unique
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}}
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{{For|2=Staff of Magnus}}
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{{Quote|The Staff of Magnus, one of the elder artifacts of Tamriel, was a metaphysical battery of sorts for its creator, Magnus. When used, it absorbs an enemy's health and mystical energy. In time, the Staff will abandon the mage who wields it before he becomes too powerful and upsets the mystical balance it is sworn to protect.|[[Yagrum Bagarn (Morrowind)|Yagrum Bagarn]]|Tamrielic Lore}}
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'''Staff of Magnus''' is a powerful [[Staves (Morrowind)|staff]] that once belonged to the God of Magic, [[Magnus]]. It is one of the oldest [[Artifacts (Morrowind)|artifacts]] in [[Tamriel]].<ref name="TL">''[[Tamrielic Lore]]''</ref>
   
'''Staff of Magnus (Morrowind)''' is a powerful [[Staff]] weapon. Named after the God of Magic, [[Magnus]], this weapon is one of the oldest [[Artifacts (Skyrim)|artifacts]] in [[Tamriel]].<ref name="TL">[[Tamrielic Lore]]</ref>
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==Enchantments==
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Enchantment ID: ''Wrath of Magnus''
   
==Lore==
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*Charge: 5700
The staff of Magnus is considered to be a "metaphysical battery of sorts for its creator, Magnus. When used, it absorbs an enemy's health and mystical energy." It is said that, "in time, the staff will abandon the mage who wields it before he becomes too powerful and upsets the mystical balance it is sworn to protect".<ref name="TL" /> The Staff itself has appeared in four of the five main Elder Scrolls games to date, with {{Oblivion}} being the only one it did not appear in.
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Both [[effects (Morrowind)|effects]] are cast when used, for 60 seconds on self:
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*[[Restore Health (Morrowind)|Restore Health]] – 1 point
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*[[Spell Absorption (Morrowind)|Spell Absorption]] – 25–50 points
   
==Role in history==
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==Acquisition==
The [[Nerevarine]] needed to recover the staff for a member of the [[Balmora Mages Guild]]. Afterward, the staff was needed for filling the museum of [[Godsreach]].
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===[[Recover the Staff of Magnus]]===
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[[Ajira]] at the [[Balmora (Morrowind)|Balmora]] [[Balmora Mages Guild|Mages]] [[Mages Guild (Morrowind)|Guild]] requests that the staff be retrieved from the cave of [[Assu]], located northwest of [[Molag Mar (Morrowind)|Molag Mar]] in the [[Molag Amur (Morrowind)|Molag Amur]] region. [[Dreveni Hlaren]] possesses the staff and must be killed to obtain it.
   
==Quests==
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==Involvement==
*[[Recover the Staff of Magnus]] - a [[Quests (Morrowind)|quest]] in {{Morrowind}} to recover this artifact
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===[[The Museum]]{{TR}}===
*[[Fill up the Museum]] - a [[Quests (Tribunal)|quest]] in ''[[The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal]]'' for recovering various artifacts, one of which is the Staff of Magnus.
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This artifact can be sold for 30,000{{G}} or be donated to the [[Museum of Artifacts]] in [[Godsreach]]. 30,000 is the maximum amount of gold [[Torasa Aram]], the curator of the museum, is willing to spend for one artifact. After giving it to her, the staff may be seen on display within the museum.
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==See also==
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*[[Eye of Magnus]]
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
*{{Arena}} {{1st}}
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*{{Arena}}
 
*{{Daggerfall}}
 
*{{Daggerfall}}
 
*{{Morrowind}}
 
*{{Morrowind}}
 
*{{Skyrim}}
 
*{{Skyrim}}
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*{{Online}}
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{{Refs}}
   
==References==
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<!--Interwiki links-->
<References/>
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[[pl:Laska Magnusa (Morrowind)]]
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[[ru:Посох Магнуса (Предмет)]]
 
[[Category:Morrowind: Artifacts]]
 
[[Category:Morrowind: Artifacts]]
 
[[Category:Morrowind: Staves]]
 
[[Category:Morrowind: Staves]]
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[[Category:Morrowind: Enchanted Weapons]]
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[[Category:Morrowind: Two-Handed Weapons]]
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[[Category:Morrowind: Unique Weapons]]
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[[Category:Morrowind: Quest Items]]

Latest revision as of 10:08, May 15, 2019

For other uses, see Staff of Magnus.
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"The Staff of Magnus, one of the elder artifacts of Tamriel, was a metaphysical battery of sorts for its creator, Magnus. When used, it absorbs an enemy's health and mystical energy. In time, the Staff will abandon the mage who wields it before he becomes too powerful and upsets the mystical balance it is sworn to protect."
Yagrum Bagarn[src]

Staff of Magnus is a powerful staff that once belonged to the God of Magic, Magnus. It is one of the oldest artifacts in Tamriel.[1]

EnchantmentsEdit

Enchantment ID: Wrath of Magnus

  • Charge: 5700

Both effects are cast when used, for 60 seconds on self:

AcquisitionEdit

Recover the Staff of MagnusEdit

Ajira at the Balmora Mages Guild requests that the staff be retrieved from the cave of Assu, located northwest of Molag Mar in the Molag Amur region. Dreveni Hlaren possesses the staff and must be killed to obtain it.

InvolvementEdit

The MuseumTREdit

This artifact can be sold for 30,000GoldIcon or be donated to the Museum of Artifacts in Godsreach. 30,000 is the maximum amount of gold Torasa Aram, the curator of the museum, is willing to spend for one artifact. After giving it to her, the staff may be seen on display within the museum.

See alsoEdit

AppearancesEdit

References

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