Skyrim: Divine Crusader

Skyrim: Creation Club
Creation:
Divine Crusader
Released October 4, 2017
Size 78.9 MB (PC) / (?) (Xbox One) / (?) (PS4)
Filename ccmtysse001-knightsofthenine.esl
Availability
PC Available from Creation Club for 500 CC Credits
Other Also available on Xbox One and PS4
Requirements
Patch Special Edition Version 1.5
Divine Crusader

Divine Crusader is a Creation that adds two sets of enchanted equipment, namely the Crusader's Relics and the Reforged Crusader's Relics. It was released on October 4, 2017 for 500 CC Credits. The original Crusader's Relics first appeared in Oblivion's Knights of the Nine download.

This Creation was made by Maty743.

Official SummaryEdit

Now you, too, can wield the powerful equipment of the Divine Crusader, Pelinal Whitestrake - once reserved only for the revered Knights of the Nine. Created by Maty743. (Creation features two sets of armor and two weapons, and is obtained through a quest.)

OverviewEdit

Upon installation, the quest Relics of the Crusader will be added to your journal directing you to Four Skull Lookout. Two Bandit Thief enemies will be present at the ruins, wielding the new items. Specifically, the male thief uses the Mace of the Crusader and the heavy Relics of the Crusader armor set, while the female thief uses the Sword of the Crusader and the light Reforged Relics of the Crusader armor set.

The light armor Fastened Shield of the Crusader is not actually a shield; rather, it is the only item in the game to utilize the "shoulder" equipment slot. As such, it can simply be equipped for an additional armor boost without affecting any of your other gear. Notably, it does not negate the Mage Armor perk.

Unlike in Oblivion, the Crusader's Relics can be worn by evil characters.

ContentEdit

NotesEdit

  • Unlike in Oblivion, the Crusader's Relics can be used by evil characters, including the bandit thieves. They are still Divine Relics and the bandits wearing them are not intended to be proper recipients of this equipment.[1]

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