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ArrowCodex - Glacial Metal Rivets

Thelist of codex entries of the antiquity Glacial Metal Rivets in the ESO-Database.

Eastmarch Antiquities Codex - Glacial Metal Rivets

  • Amalien Snowy Sabre Cat Fur Strip Over the years, many artists have imagined Snow Elf attire as being made of fashionable furs from head to toe. Long fur capes, decorative hats, fluffy boots …. The stitching on the sides suggests these were made for clothes.
  • Reginus Buca Snowy Sabre Cat Fur Strip Snowy sabre cats would have been abundant in the areas Snow Elves nobles inhabited, especially at the time. It's not out of the question to say they could have been the main source of material for clothes and a variety of other resources.
  • Verita Numida Snowy Sabre Cat Fur Strip I'm no tailor, but I do have an eye for style. These are cut in such a way that they would be the inner lining of either a hat or possibly even gloves. You can clearly see where the outer layer was pulled away from the stitching.
  • Reginus Buca Petrified Snow-Cedar Snow-cedar is incredibly durable. The Snow Elves apparently bred them to be able to withstand intense cold and lack of nutrients, but I've never seen parts of one separated from the living tree before!
  • Gabrielle Benele Petrified Snow-Cedar There are some alchemical practices that can petrify wood in a matter of hours. It makes for a strong, nearly indestructible material that can be used in a lot of different ways, though it's hard to tell what it was used for here.
  • Amalien Petrified Snow-Cedar I'm sure the Snow Elves made this! They would have certainly found a way to solidify the wood and make use of it. Maybe they even made armor out of it, it's tough enough. And there are marks on this piece that look deep enough to be from a sword!
  • Reginus Buca Auri-El Metal Carvings These carvings appear to venerate Auri-El. My research indicates he occupied a place of special significance for Snow Elves. This metal is quite flexible, too. I'm not sure what the original purpose of this was.
  • Verita Numida Auri-El Metal Carvings Many worshiped Auri-El at the time, and still do! Not just the Snow Elves. We know so little of their history, even that may be a matter of debate. Though I will concede the area that this was found supports the theory.
  • Amalien Auri-El Metal Carvings Since this is so flexible, even after all this time, I wonder if it was some kind of wearable display of worship. Something emblazoned on different surfaces, either on armor or someone's shield. They could have even worn it over their regular clothes!
  • Gabrielle Benele Magicka-Imbued Metal Plates These are inert now, but I see evidence of magicka smelted into the metal itself. The scorch marks suggest it was fire magic, or at least a very mild form of it. These marks are from use, not from a singular blast of heat.
  • Reginus Buca Magicka-Imbued Metal Plates The shape is a little vague, but these almost seem like the soles of shoes to me. They would be the right length for an Altmer foot, if we're going with the theory that this is Snow Elf in origin. I suppose it could just as easily be a cooking utensil.
  • Amalien Magicka-Imbued Metal Plates Oh! Maybe the Snow Elves figured out a way to make traversing the snow easier. Metal soles that melt the snow while you walk! Or for recreation? How fun would it be to glide along freshly melted tracks of snow?
  • Reginus Buca Glacial Metal Rivets These are incredibly small. The detail is astounding! I can't even begin to speculate what these might have held together. To be honest, we rarely see such fasteners in Elven apparel. They appear almost Dwarven in their construction.
  • Amalien Glacial Metal Rivets Is that really so odd? Snow Elves and Dwarves coexisted for untold centuries in what is now Skyrim. These rivets might be evidence of cross-cultural collaboration, right? Both civilizations had so much to teach each other!
  • Ugron gro-Thumog Glacial Metal Rivets Whatever their origin, they're masterfully smithed. I doubt even a modern Elven clothier could craft something so tiny. It requires a jeweler's focus. This would help create a sturdy object without sacrificing aesthetics. That's the Elven way, after all.