Shivering:The Missing Pauldron

Shivering Isles: Places: Stores
Store:
The Missing Pauldron
(view on map)
Proprietor Dumag gro-Bonk
Console Location Code(s)
SENSTheMissingPauldron, SENSTheMissingPauldronUpstairs
Region
Mania
Location
New Sheoth, Bliss
The Missing Pauldron, Bliss

The Missing Pauldron is a blacksmith store in Bliss, the manic half of New Sheoth. It is adjacent to Books of Bliss and in front of Amiable Fanriene's house.

The proprietor, Dumag gro-Bonk, has 1200 gold and a Mercantile skill of 34. When bartering, he will buy and sell weapons, armor and miscellaneous items.

As part of the related quest, Dumag can forge amber armor or weapons for you provided you supply him with the necessary number of amber pieces. If you also have the appropriate amber matrix, he will be able to fashion magical amber weapons or armor.

The first floor actually contains two areas: the top level is very spacious and well-lit and contains a rather large forge, various smithing implements, a display of Dumag's wares and some storage containers. The main trading room is on the lower level and consists of a smaller forge, a lounge area, and two sets of amber armor, along with an Amber materials list pinned to the wall.

RumorsEdit

The townsfolk of New Sheoth will divide along regional lines when commenting on Dumag's shop. Inhabitants of Crucible prefer Cutter:

"I'm not about to go to the Missing Pauldron, even if they do sell armor. I'll stay in Crucible, thank you."
"I don't trust that Dumag, so I don't shop there."

In Bliss and Hale, however, the general opinion is entirely different:

"The best armor in the city is at The Missing Pauldron."
"There's nowhere better than the Missing Pauldron."
"To the Missing Pauldron you should go for superior armor to thwart your foe."

Related QuestsEdit

NotesEdit

  • The Guide to New Sheoth incorrectly places this store in Crucible.
  • A second floor to the store does exist, but is not accessible during normal gameplay as no door leads to it. It is identical in appearance to the private quarters of houses in the Imperial City.
  • This armory is most likely a reference to the pauldrons from Morrowind not being included in Oblivion.