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Morrowind:Helm of Tohan

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Helm of Tohan
Quest Helm of Tohan
Location Onnissiralis
Items Helm of Tohan
Released May 1, 2002 (pre-order bonus)
June 14, 2002 (official website)
Size 218kb
Patch None required
A picture of the helm

Helm of Tohan is an official plugin that includes a new quest to find the titular legendary artifact. The quest can be started by asking for rumors around Dagon Fel, which will direct you to the Daedric ruin of Onnissiralis. Outside the ruin are two warring brothers, one of whom will accompany you as you enter the ruins to find the artifact. It is not an Artifact in the usual sense in TES games, as it does not come pre-enchanted.

Official SummaryEdit

"The Adamantium Helm of Tohan is a rare and powerful artifact lost in the Sheogorad Region. Travel north to Dagon Fel to find out more about this legendary helm. " —Official Summary

New ContentEdit



Name ID         Enchant
  Adamantium Helm of Tohan helm_tohan_unique 4.0 (Medium) 900 5000 70 150

Notes: This helm is usable by beast races, like all Adamantium Helms. The Helm of Tohan also has triple the enchantment value of the standard Adamantium Helm added by the Tribunal expansion, though its stats are otherwise the same. It is the most enchantable helm in the game, including all official expansions and plugins – double the enchantability of even the Daedric ones, and half-again as enchantable as the Telvanni Cephalopod Helm, the most enchantable in the vanilla game. If you are not running Tribunal but are running the Adamantium Armor plugin, then Helm of Tohan is the only way to get any Adamantium Helm.



  • This plugin was first released as a pre-order bonus from EB Games, with the installer being made available on their website at Morrowind's release. This is still reflected in the plugin's file name: EBQ_Artifact.esp.
    • The helmet's model was later reused in the Tribunal expansion for generic Adamantium Helms.
  • According to Douglas Goodall, the helm is named after Tohan Kim, who is credited under Character and Creature Art. Goodall stated that in-universe, a Tohan "could and should be a lore figure".[citation needed]