Crafted Item Sets in ESO

alessias bulwarkCrafted set items are a huge incentive to work on your smith professions and research more traits for armor and weapons in Elder Scrolls Online. Item sets give bonuses based on how many items of the set you’re wearing. Every crafted item set in ESO has different bonuses for using two, three, four or five set pieces at the same time.

You can mix and match your set pieces in any way you wish. Your Light Armor gloves could be one piece of the set, Heavy Armor helm the second piece, Medium Armor belt the third piece and the daggers you are dual wielding would make up for the 5-piece set bonus.

Full list of crafted item sets, set bonuses and crafting locations for each alliance below. See our item set guide for other, non-crafted item sets.

Why Your Weapon Choice Matters

Yes – weapons are part of the crafted set bonuses too. This is may be more important than you would think at first, because it means those who dual-wield weapons or use a shield have one extra slot for crafted items. That’s two set items from weapons and seven from armor. If you use a two handed weapon (destruction staff, restoration staff, bow or any two handed melee weapon) you’ll always end up with 1 less slot for crafted items.

As of Update 3, all crafted item sets have a 2-piece, 3-piece, 4-piece and 5-piece bonus. This means two-handed weapon users are no longer penalized as harshly when it comes to mixing and matching set bonuses. Before update 3, there were only 3-piece and 5-piece bonuses. The 2-piece and 4-piece bonuses of Update 3 give much more room for customization, and enable you to rock 4x 2-piece bonuses if you wanted to.

You will not be able to use two 5-piece crafted item bonus whether you dual-wielded or used two-handed weapons, because the max crafted items you can have on you at any specific time is 9.

Note that 5-piece bonus also includes the 2-piece, 3-piece, and 4-piece bonuses.

How to Craft Set Items in ESO

alessias bulwark set bonusAnyone could craft set items in ESO, but there are a couple of requirements. First of all, all crafted item sets have a Trait Requirement. What the Trait Requirement means, is you can only craft an item of the set if you have learned the required number of Traits for that item. You can learn Traits for Blacksmithing, Clothing and Woodworking by researching, which is a very time-consuming process. That’s why Trait Requirement is the biggest obstacle on your path.

I’ve further explained why it’s a big deal here. ‘Too long; did not read’ explanation: In a perfect world, you’ll be able to craft the 8-Trait sets after 51 days. For most players with a bit of crafting dedication it’s likely going to be near double that time.

The second requirement is that you have to be able to travel to the special crafting station. Even if you are very low level, you could in in theory at least travel to most of these locations, so your level on its own is not an obstacle. There are a couple of sets which require you to be at a certain stage of a quest line. Spectre’s Eye set is crafted in Coldharbour, so unless you have progressed far enough in the main quest line, you will not be able to craft that set. Same thing with Eyes of Mara, Shalidor’s Curse and Kagrenac’s Hope sets – these sets require you to have finished Mages Guild and Fighters Guild quest lines.

There are no other requirements. You craft a set piece like you would craft any other item – there are no special materials needed.

The Set Bonuses Scale

The values of the set bonuses listed below are for Veteran Rank 12 items. Many of the values change depending on the level of the item. The higher the item’s level, the better the set bonus.

Set bonuses can scale based on two things:

  • The quality of the item
  • Your stats

Whitestrake’s Retribution damage shield bonus seems to scale depending on your Stamina, for example.

Hunding’s Rage 5-piece weapon damage bonus scales based on the item’s quality.

Not all set bonuses scale. Death’s Wind 5-piece weapon damage bonus, for example, doesn’t change even if you upgrade the item’s quality.

List of Crafted Item Sets in ESO

There are 23 different crafted item sets in Elder Scrolls Online. You can only craft set items at a specific crafting station. Set item crafting stations are scattered across Tamriel and each Alliance has their own locations for the great majority of the sets, which are listed below as well as the traits required to craft the set item.

There’s three set crafting stations in every major alliance zone, two in Coldharbour and two are accessed via Mages Guild and Fighters Guild each. One crafted set station is in Craglorn.

(AD stands for Aldmeri Dominion, DC for Daggerfall Covenant and EP for Ebonheart Pact.)

Last Updated: 15th June, 2015.

Set Name Set Bonus Traits Required AD Location DC Location EP Location
Night’s Silence 2 Items

  • Adds Max Stamina

3 Items

  • Adds Stamina Recovery

4 Items

  • Adds Weapon Critical

5 Items

  • Night’s Silence: Increase speed while Sneaking by 60%
2 Traits Auridon

  • Hightide Keep
Glenumbra

  • Mesanthano’s Tower
Stonefalls

  • Steamfont Cavern
Ashen Grip 2 Items

  • Adds Max Health

3 Items

  • Adds Weapon Damage

4 Items

  • Adds Weapon Critical

5 Items

  • 10% chance to breath fire for Flame damage on melee hits. This effect can occur once every 4 seconds
2 Traits Auridon

  • Beacon Falls
Glenumbra

  • Par Molag
Stonefalls

  • Magmaflow Overlook
Death’s Wind 2 Items

  • Adds Armor

3 Items

  • Adds Max Health

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health Armor

5 Items

  • Death’s Wind: If struck by a melee attack while below 35% health, nearby enemies arek nocked back and stunned for 4 seconds. This effect can only happen once every 30 seconds.
2 Traits Auridon

  • Eastshore Islets Camp
Glenumbra

  • Chill House
Stonefalls

  • Armature’s Upheaval
Torug’s Pact 2 Items

  • Adds Spell Damage.

3 Items

  • Adds Max Health.

4 Items

  • Adds Weapon Damage

5 Items

  • Torug’s Pact: Reduce weapon enchantment’s internal cooldown by 1 second. Increases enchantment potency by 30%
3 Traits Grahtwood

  • Fisherman’s Isle
Stormhaven

  • Hammerdeath Workshop
Deshaan

  • Lake Hlaalu Retreat
Seducer 2 Items

  • Adds Magicka Recovery

3 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka

4 Items

  • Adds Magicka Recovery

5 Items

  • Armor of the Seducer: Reduce the Magicka cost of abilities by 8%
3 Traits Grahtwood

  • Temple of the Eight
Stormhaven

  • Fisherman’s Island
Deshaan

  • Berezan’s Mine
Twilight’s Embrace 2 Items

  • Adds Max Health

3 Items

  • Increases Spell Critical

4 Items

  • Increases spell power

5 Items

  • Twilight’s Embrace: When you are healed, gain 10% additional healing.
3 Traits Grahtwood

  • Vineshade Lodge
Stormhaven

  • Windrige Warehouse
Deshaan

  • Avayan’s Farm
Whitestrake’s Retribution 2 Items

  • Adds Max Health

3 Items

  • Adds Spell Resistance

4 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

5 Items

  • Whitestrake’s Retribution: If wearers health is below 30%, gain an 790 damage shield (Scales off Stamina) for 8 seconds. This effect can occur no more then once per 15 seconds.
4 Traits Greenshade

  • Lanalda Pond
Rivenspire

  • Westwind Lighthouse
Shadowfen

  • Weeping Wamasu Falls
Hist Bark 2 Items

  • Adds Armor

3 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health

5 Items

  • Hist Bark: While Blocking, gain Dodge Rating.
4 Traits Greenshade

  • Rootwatch Tower
Rivenspire

  • Trader’s Rest
Shadowfen

  • Hatchling’s Crown
Magnus’ Gift 2 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka

3 Items

  • Adds Magicka Recovery

4 Items

  • Adds Spell Damage

5 Items

  • Magnus’ Gift: 8% Chance to negate the cost of a spell.
4 Traits Greenshade

  • Arananga
Rivenspire

  • Vaewend Ede
Shadowfen

  • Xal Haj-ei Shrine
Alessia’s Bulwark 2 Items

  • Adds Armor.

3 Items

  • Adds Max Health.

4 Items

  • Adds Armor.

5 Items

  • Alessia’s Bulwark: Being damaged by a Melee Attack has a 15% chance to reduce the attacker’s Weapon Damage by 10% for 5 seconds.
5 Traits Malabal Tor

  • Chancel of Divine Entreaty
Alik’r Desert

  • Alezer Kotu
Eastmarch

  • Hammerhome
Song of Lamae 2 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

3 Items

  • Adds Spell Damage

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health

5 Items

  • Song of Lamae: When Health drops below 30%, deal Magic Damage to the attacker and recover Health. 30 Second Cooldown
5 Traits Malabal Tor

  • Sleepy Senche Overlook
Alik’r Desert

  • Rkulftzel
Eastmarch

  • Tinkerer Tobin’s Workshop
Vampire’s Kiss 2 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

3 Items

  • Adds Max Health

4 Items

  • Adds 4% Healing Taken

5 Items

  • Blood Frenzy: Killing an opponent heals you for 336 over 8 seconds.
5 Traits Malabal Tor

  • Matthild’s Last Venture
Alik’r Desert

  • Artisan’s Oasis
Eastmarch

  • Crimson Kada’s Crafting Cavern
Hunding’s Rage 2 Items

  • Adds Weapon Critical

3 Items

  • Adds Max Stamina

4 Items

  • Adds Weapon Critical

5 Items

  • Hunding’s Rage: Increase Weapon Damage.
6 Traits Reaper’s March

  • Broken Arch
Bangkorai

  • Wether’s Cleft
The Rift

  • Trollslayer Gully
Willow’s Path 2 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka

3 Items

  • Adds Spell Critical

4 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

5 Items

  • Willow’s Path: Increase all regeneration in combat by 15%.
6 Traits Reaper’s March

  • Greenspeaker’s Grove
Bangkorai

  • Viridian Hideaway
The Rift

  • Smokefrost Vigil
Night Mother’s Gaze 2 Items

  • Adds Weapon Critical

3 Items

  • Adds Spell Critical

4 Items

  • Adds Weapon Critical

5 Items

  • Night Mother’s Gaze: Critical attacks also reduce the targets Armor for 5 seconds
6 Traits Reaper’s March

  • Old Town Cavern
Bangkorai

  • Silaseli Ruins
The Rift

  • Eldbjorg’s Hideaway
Spectre’s Eye 2 Items

  • Adds Armor.

3 Items

  • Adds max Magicka

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health

5 Items

  • Spectre’s Eye: Gain 20% dodge chance for 3 seconds after casting a spell that costs Magicka. This effect can apply once every 6 seconds
8 Traits Coldharbour

  • Deathspinner’s Lair
Coldharbour

  • Deathspinner’s Lair
Coldharbour

  • Deathspinner’s Lair
Oblivion’s Foe 2 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

3 Items

  • Adds tamina Recovery

4 Items

  • Adds Magicka Recovery.

5 Items

  • Oblivion’s Foe: Recover two soul gems when resurrecting a fallen ally. 4 minute cooldown
8 Traits Coldharbour

  • South of Font of Schemes (area not marked on map)
Coldharbour

  • South of Font of Schemes (area not marked on map)
Coldharbour

  • South of Font of Schemes (area not marked on map)
Eyes of Mara 2 Items

  • Adds Magicka Recovery

3 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka

4 Items

  • Adds Spell Damage

5 Items

  • Eyes of Mara: Reduce the Magicka cost of Restoration Staff abilities by 12%.
8 Traits Mages Guild

  • Eyevea (end of Mages Guild quest line)
Mages Guild

  • Eyevea (end of Mages Guild quest line)
Mages Guild

  • Eyevea (end of Mages Guild quest line)
Kagrenac’s Hope 2 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka.

3 Items

  • Adds Magicka Recovery

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health

5 Items

  • Kagrenac’s Hope: Decrease time to resurrect an ally by 25%, when resurrecting restore Magicka.
8 Traits Fighters Guild

  • The Earth Forge (end of Fighters Guild quest line)
Fighters Guild

  • The Earth Forge (end of Fighters Guild quest line)
Fighters Guild

  • The Earth Forge (end of Fighters Guild quest line)
Orgnum’s Scales 2 Items

  • Adds Health Recovery

3 Items

  • Adds Max Health

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health

5 Items

  • Orgnum’s Scales: If below 60% Health, increase Health Revoery by 50%.
8 Traits Fighters Guild

  • The Earth Forge, Pressure Room III (end of Fighters Guild quest line)
Fighters Guild

  • The Earth Forge, Pressure Room III (end of Fighters Guild quest line)
Fighters Guild

  • The Earth Forge, Pressure Room III (end of Fighters Guild quest line)
Shalidor’s Curse 2 Items

  • Adds Max Health

3 Items

  • Adds 4% Healing Taken

4 Items

  • Adds Max Health

5 Items

  • Shalidor’s Curse: When attacking a target while you are below 30% Health, gain Health. 1 minute cooldown.
8 Traits Mages Guild

  • Eyevea (end of Mages Guild quest line)
Mages Guild

  • Eyevea (end of Mages Guild quest line)
Mages Guild

  • Eyevea (end of Mages Guild quest line)
Way of the Arena 2 Items

  • Adds Max Health

3 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka

4 Items

  • Adds Max Stamina

5 Items

  • Way of the Arena: Reduce cost of Break Free by 40%.
8 Traits Craglorn

  • Lanista’s Waystation
Craglorn

  • Lanista’s Waystation
Craglorn

  • Lanista’s Waystation
Twice-Born Star 2 Items

  • Adds Max Health

3 Items

  • Adds Max Stamina

4 Items

  • Adds Max Magicka

5 Items

  • Allows you to have two Mundus Stone Boons at the same time.
9 Traits Craglorn

  • Atelier of the Twice-Born Star
Craglorn

  • Atelier of the Twice-Born Star
Craglorn

  • Atelier of the Twice-Born Star
  • Marquis

    Some of the set bonuses seem a bit meh. None of them make me *WOW* really. Closest is maybe Hunding Rage… ‘Increase weapon damage by 5% when using weapon abilities.’ Not bad at all.

    Any idea if the bonuses scale somehow? Song of Lamae’s ‘deal 8 Magic damage to attacker seems a bit underwhelming… lol

  • BoshJeeples

    Do you lose the 3-item bonus if you gain the 5-item bonus on the same set? I figure you retain both bonuses, in which case you can still get another 3-item bonus from another set, totaling for 3 total set bonuses, which would be available to 2-handed weapon users. That would mean your section on weapon choice isn’t as important as you claim, but it’s still something to think about.

  • That’s a good question. It would be extremely stupid if Song of Lamae’s bonus didn’t scale, but I can’t verify this.

  • No, with a 5-item bonus you keep the 3-item bonus. Now I see that the way I put it is a little confusing, but I was referring to the number of 3-item bonuses you could have, which for two handed weapon users is only two.

    It just allows 1h+shield / dual wielders to pick a 3-item bonus from three different crafted item sets if they wish. You’re correct that the number of set bonuses is the same in both cases.

  • BoshJeeples

    Thanks for the clarification, that makes sense. And thanks, also, for the article and great website. 🙂

  • You are very welcome! And thank you.

  • Cameron Beatse

    Can we get a note on whether the armor is light medium or heavy?

  • All of these armor sets include heavy, medium and light armor. You can also mix and match them between the armor types.

  • Joshua Cyr

    So we just need to know 3 traits? Or is it 3 traits for one item to craft that item for that set? Any specific traits?

  • Joshua Cyr

    I see from one of the screenshots above it looks like 3 traits for an item.

  • The trait requirement to craft a set item depends on the set, and it can be any traits.

    The screenshot of Axe of Alessia’s Bulwark actually requires 5 Axe traits to craft. It’s the same with any item from Alessia’s Bulwark set – 5 traits for that specific item, be it heavy armor gloves, bow or light armor pants.

    The table column ‘Traits Required’ shows how many traits you need to know to be able to craft any item from that specific set.

  • Joshua Cyr

    I see now. So lets say a set requires 3 pieces and 2 traits that would be 2 traits learned for each of the 3 items in the set. So for sets at 5 items and 8 traits, we are talking 60+ days of constant learning of traits or something along those lines. Interesting!

  • Ste Davies

    Shalidors curse has two set bonuses on it. Question if i choose the 5 piece do i get the 3 piece to?. given i have more then 3?. That could possibly mean i get 3 set bonuses even if i use two handed weapons?

  • The 5-piece includes the 3-piece bonus, yes. You’ll be able to grab another 3-piece bonus from another set with a 2-handed weapon.

    The main difference between 2-handed / 1-handed setups in this case is just that 1-handed can grab the 3-piece bonus from 3 different sets if they want, whilst 2-handed cannot. If you’re set on going for shalidor’s 5-piece bonus (or any 5-piece bonus), then there is no difference between 1-handed and 2-handed setups.

    Hope this clears the confusion.

  • Convict1802

    Maybe it’s just me… but those set bonus’ all look pretty crap. Certainly NOT worth the effort to get them

  • I don’t think the set bonuses are going to make or break your character, no, but many of them are definitely very helpful and worth aiming for.

  • Ogre

    I think they do. I’ve crafted a few Ashen Grip items and the fire breath damage seems to go up by level. I’ll craft a few more this weekend to verify.

  • Matt Taylor

    I’ve noticed the mana return from the warlock set scale with my level, i assume it would be the same for all sets,

  • Alilson Serpa

    The bonus of magnus gift applies to ultimates?

  • Gabriel M. Ortiz

    they rise with the level of the item you’re crafting

  • Blood Rayn

    I found another craft station in Coldharbour, south of Font of Schemes (South West part of the map). The set is called something like Oblivion Enemy (Sorry i’m french so i’m not sure of the translation, my english is a bit rusty). It would be nice if anyone knows what the set bonus is (probably 8 traits required imo)

  • Thanks for pointing that out. I’ll have a look around.

  • Following this up. The set is called Oblivion’s Foe and it has a 5-piece set bonus: Recover two soul gems when resurrecting a fallen ally. 60 minute cooldown. The trait requirement is 8 traits.

    The area is exactly where you suggested but for some reason it has not been marked on the map at all.

    Good find! I have updated the article.

  • BoB821

    Would the +100 armor bonus from 2 sets stack or is 100 armor the max you would get? Or could you get +200 from 2 sets?

  • Vincent

    Do each of the special armor sets have their own appearance, or do they look like every other armor set based on what motif one uses?

  • Aphotic

    Just for the record, you can have four total sets at the same time. You just have to incorporate the necklace and two rings, personally those three are the warlock set on my character.

  • True – but the warlock set can’t be crafted. The world drop sets are definitely very useful though.

  • Stephan Lawrence

    well you cant make jewelry so no you cant have that many sets

  • You can have three 3-piece set bonuses with just armor + weapons. These can be crafted.

    You then have three jewelry slots. These slots can be used for a 3-piece world set bonus with two rings and a necklace, giving you the option to have 4x 3-piece bonuses active simultaneously.

    So yes, you can have four total set bonuses active at the same time – you just can’t craft the jewelry yourself.

  • Septimus Magna

    I have 2 sets of +100 armor and it does stack for a total of +200 armor. It’s a really useful set bonus for light armor mages who have a low armor rating.

  • Jon_Bon

    I made my first set (Seducer, reduce mana cost by 3%) at lvl 20. 3% remained 3%, even after improving from white to green to blue. Not sure if sets actually do scale 🙁 maybe it’s because percentages kinda auto-scale being percentages and all.

  • dong

    this set looks awesome!!

    Orgnum’s Scales
    3 Items

    Adds 4 Max Health.

  • Marquis

    lol yeah. I think that is the lvl 1 set bonus though, it should be a lot better for the veteran ranks.

  • cassie

    Some of the set bonuses remain static with the level, but others increase depending on armor level. The song of lamae bonus is actually really awesome at higher levels. At level 44, you get 15 health recovery with 3 items, and deal 200 magic damage when health drops below 30%.

  • Beck Khosrovani

    any way you would be able to update the lists to show what bonuses they give at different quality(white/blue/green/purple/gold)?

  • Jack Bua

    Can you enchant crafted set-items as well?

  • Jack Bua

    I may be missing something, but from this list, how can you tell what types of items can be made into set-items?

  • JeffColorado

    When I made Nights Silence items, I could choose ANY item type (Cloth, Wood, Metal) that I knew enough traits for. Any item I knew 2 or more traits for was available to be crafted as a Nights Silence item. There are no specific items…you can Craft cloth armor or metal armor, and it will have the same effects.

    Also, they did not have a specific look. It looked like whatever motif you chose….like a normal item would. I crafted it as Imperial, and when you wear it, it looks like Imperial gear.

    Also…you can choose to imbue traits in them like normal items if you want, but it is not required.

  • JeffColorado

    I don’t know if this is true of all of them, but the nights Silence set I crafted looked compeltely normal. It will look like whatever motif you choose (in my case I chose Imperial). They are crafted the same way you craft normal items…you choose a motif and Trait (if you want a trait). I assume you can enchant them too if you want.

  • JeffColorado

    I assume so. I was able to put traits into mine when I crafted it.

  • JeffColorado

    Before I made my first set, I was assuming that these items would be unique looking. Like special drops you can craft.

    But what they basically are is a way to pre-enchant a normal crafted item. With magic abilities that do not need to be charged with soul gems. The items will look and behave otherwise like completely mundane crafted items. They will look like normal crafted items as well. They look like whatever motif you apply to them and (as far as I can tell) there are not restrictions on the types of items you can craft at each station. At the Blacksmith station for Nights Silence, for example, you can craft any metal weapon and any metal armor, and it will be a “Nights Silence” Weapon or “Nights Silence” armor in the description.

  • Yeah, it was disappointing to find out that the visuals are no different from the standard items.

    Having at least a little extra pattern or an ornament of some sort to set it apart would be nice.

  • Dylan Jay Grobbelaar

    they all scale to a valuable level. song of lame does about 250 damage and heal with 18 passive health recovery for purple vet1 set of 5

  • Jack Bua

    Ok that is good to know, but how do you know if this if a bonus on armor or a weapon? Is it universal?

  • The damage on some sets doesnt only scale with quality of an item and its level but also with your stats. I still have to find out what exactly causes it to jump higher/lower but I am pretty sure the 5 set bonus on Song of Lamae set jumped from 300 damage/heal to 330 for some reason when I changed some other gear/stats. I wonder if the damage is based off your max Magicka or HP or maybe even Spell Power? Once I get back into the game after this patch I will do some more testing.

  • Xehmnus Rayne

    Some, don’t know about all, of these are gonna need an update with the new patch and whatnot. Death’s Wind, for example, has a 5 set bonus added to it now and it’s been changed to 25%, instead of 35%, and once every 30 seconds instead of 3 minutes. The 5 set bonus adds 3 Weapon Damage.

  • They updated the sets. This is no longer a usable list.

  • I’ve updated the set bonuses to match the live version of the game. The new values for the set piece bonuses are for VR12 items. Hopefully that gives a better idea of how good the set bonuses are at end game.

    Also, there’s some set bonuses which scale based on stats, and some scale based on item quality. Whitestrake’s Retribution (damage shield) for example scales based on your Stamina.

  • Let me know what kind of results you get, I’m interested!

    I’ve done some testing myself, and have come to the conclusion that many of the set bonuses don’t scale at all. Death’s Wind, Night’s Silence, Torug’s Pact are examples of set bonuses which do not change even if you up the item’s quality (or boost your own stats).

    The more specific sets such as Song of Lamae and Whitestrake’s Retribution definitely scale, the latter scales based on Stamina.

  • Guest

    Sets have been updated with patch 1.2 and Arena set is available in craglorn

  • Davinna Oakblade

    There’s a new 8 trait set station available in Craglorn, Arena set

  • Lol. After countless tests – the solution was simply a passive spell. The set bonus says 300 damage at V10 no matter what until I switch to Restoration Staff – following passive spell from the Restoration Staff tree causes the damage increase – Cycle of Life 2/2 -> Deals 1% damage for every 10% of HP you have = 10% damage bonus ( at full HP ) -> 300/100*10 = 30 damage bonus -> 300 + 30 = 330 damage. 🙂

  • Dagma O’Neill

    Anyone knows if the bonus from the Night Silence set applies to the invisibility from Shadow Cloak aswell? The description is quite confusing, because technically you are “hidden” (mobs SHOULD stop attacks, if the skill works properly), but you don’t beneft from the stealth damage bonus if they already spotted you in advance. Thanks.

  • Ah, thanks for updating them. And I think most people knew about the scaling that occurs.

  • Xehmnus Rayne

    This is gonna need some updating now… …again. Night’s Silence, for instance, changed from giving health regen while hidden to giving you increased movement speed while sneaking. On my VR3 guy I know the percentage was 220% increase. They didn’t have that in the patch notes either… That set bonus in particular at least.

  • Updated.

    Also went through the other set bonuses and there were some tooltip changes. Seducer 3-piece for example is now ‘Reduce the cost of abilities by 3%.’ instead of ‘magicka cost’.

    Song of Lamae’s tooltip changed slightly but the set bonus still works the same way.

  • Alexander Verish

    There was a change to Hunding’s Rage set bonus, instead of the previous percentages, each of them have changed to a flat increase. What was previously 22% bonus is now just 22 increased damage.

  • Update 3 changed the set bonuses of every crafted item set. I’ve updated the set bonuses to match patch 1.3.3.

    All crafted sets now have bonuses for wearing two, three, four and five items. The “final” bonus is also always at five items.

  • Sunrock

    Thanks for the update

  • Joseph Miceli

    Thank you! Once again, you are the “go to” page for this information. I appreciate your dedication. Thanks!

  • Peter Rattey

    Hi, Great page. However, I can’t see the benefit of taking the time to research many traits – especially 8 traits. At the moment it is barely worth researching more than about 4 traits for each of your armour and weapons. This needs to be looked at as researching 8 traits takes weeks and should be rewarded with better set bonuses. Keep up the great work !

  • sunsin

    The health increase for Vampire’s Kiss is very visible when it triggers (by killing an enemy): it’s a red particle effect that forms a fairly bright “skirt” around the character, reaching to the ground (lasting, I believe, eight seconds). So at least Vampire’s Kiss gives the set a unique appearance when active.

  • Hermes Mercury

    You think better of us than we deserve. I certainly did not know until you told us. Neither did my son.

    Kind thoughts.

  • And again… thanks. 🙂

  • Casey

    PLEASE UPDATE! Thanks 🙂

  • Updated the set bonuses to match Patch 2.0.10.

    The Twice-Born Star set was added. The actual +health, stamina and magicka bonus values of each set got out of hand quickly, so I took them out for now. Remember that many of the values scale, so I didn’t think adding vague values did much good.

  • Gary Arbuckle

    The 5-item bonus for Oblivion’s Foe has completely changed, THANK GOODNESS. It now boosts the damage done by Soul Magic effects by 100%, turning that useless set into a rather nice suit for a necromancer.

  • GA

    5-item bonus on Oblivion’s Foe has changed completely, to 100% increase in damage done by Soul Magic effects, as I noted below.

  • Someone

    Torug’s Pact has 4 items Spell Resistance bonus, not Weapon Damage.

  • Tim S.

    Song of Lamae is completely different now. It adds Spell Res., Physical Res and Max HP

  • Dysprosium

    Ok Willows Path does not add to Max stats. It adds to recovery for health, stamina and magika.

  • Chris

    You need to add the new sets.

  • Justin Barrett

    Halmur, I’m hoping one day this will include all crafted sets like julianos in orsinium etc..I know those are not available to everyone but…some of us would like to look them up before we change characters for crafting 🙂