Oblivion talk:Other Specialty Gear

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Emperor's Armor[edit]

Emperor's Boots, Emperor's Cuirass, Emperor's Gauntlets, Emperor's Greaves, Emperor's Helmet, Can you Wear these items? -- 21:01, 20 May 2008 (EDT)

Probably, but it would take some Console cheating. -Puddle 22:10, 20 May 2008 (EDT)
Actually, you'd have to located them in the CS under "LegionDragon" and check the "playable" box. Otherwise, if you try to obtain them (by going to the TestingHall or whatever), they'd just dissappear. That's my experience anyway. — Unsigned comment by (talk) on 2 October 2008
The problem is that as long as Playable is unchecked, you cannot see the items in any inventory. But if you add them by console, you can still equip them with the console. Use player.equipitem <FormID>
The method described in the comment above is better though, it just requires you to create a small plugin for yourself. --Timenn < talk > 09:46, 3 October 2008 (EDT)

Blackwood Company Armor[edit]

Does anyone know how many full sets of Blackwood Armor are available in-game? I have about 9 shields, but only 2 helmets. As far as the other pieces, they fall somewhere in-between. Maybe there are other locations apart from the Company members in the Blackwood Hall, Forsaken Mine and Glademist Cave to find the different pieces? I'd love to complete the sets, so, anyone? (PS3 user)

Also, unless someone objects, could a link to the "Other Specialty Gear" page be added to the main "Oblivion: Armor" page? I think it might be helpful. 10:17, 12 June 2009 (EDT)Marcus

Oblivion:Armor is actually intended for base unenchanted armor. But there is a link to this page via the Oblivion:Items page (which is the collection article of all items).
Only two Blackwood Helmets can be found in the game. Considering those items are the rarest, there are thus 2 full sets of Blackwood Armor in the game. Since you get no additional benefit from additional sets, I feel it is not necessary to list all the additional locations of the armor pieces. --Timenn < talk > 11:09, 12 June 2009 (EDT)

Thanks for the prompt reply. Much appreciated. 16:06, 12 June 2009 (EDT)Marcus

why is umbra armour on here[edit]

it already has a leveled list, and is on the leveled items article, so why is it also here, it seems a little out of place to me Mikeyboy52 04:20, 11 January 2010 (UTC)

Because it's rather unique, since it will always be ebony armor no matter at what level you are. The only thing that changes is the protection that the armor offers at different levels. --MC S'drassa T2M 15:55, 11 January 2010 (UTC)

Blackwood Armor Question[edit]

Does anyone know if you can aquire a ENTIRE Set of Blackwood armor without using console commands (As I have the Play Station 3 version of this game) without being kicked from being "in the Blackwood Company"? (I enjoy roleplaying and I would like having full Blackwood Armor AND Being in the Blackwood faction at the same time). Anyone know? If possible, how? Thanks a tun to whoever answers or tries to answer, I appreciate it. Roleplayer242621 17:56, 8 April 2010 (UTC)

Spoiler warning: if you finish the FG questline you will probably have a chance to get a nearly complete set of the BW armor due to warring with them. However, if you're on the quest where you've "joined" the BW company and for whatever reason don't wish to quit (for RP'ing or whatever) - acquiring the armor may prove somewhat more difficult. You might try leading an armored BW member somewhere dangerous to their health and letting nature take it's course or something along those lines. Or you could change your RP a bit and perhaps become the "New Blackwood company" after finishing the FG quests. Walbert 18:05, 8 April 2010 (UTC)

Ah, I figured it out. You can get an entire set of blackwood armor from looting a man's corpse in the Forsaken Mine during the Fighters Guild Quest "Trolls of the Forsaken Mine". The man's name is "Blackwood Company Member". The armor has no note of this, so I think I should add one. Roleplayer242621 00:21, 9 April 2010 (UTC)

Should we add a note to pit gauntlets?[edit]

Since the fists of the drunkard is pit gauntlets in appearance, should we add a note? Calonderiel 20:17, 13 February 2011 (UTC)

Bound Mythic Dawn Armor[edit]

I noticed when i added mythic dawn armor to my character via the console that:

1. The armor doesn't have a view model (as in, in first person view, it does not display your hands. making it look like your weapon is flying. It also means that when you cast spells, only the spell "effect" shows, without any hand attached to it)

2. The armor doesn't have a model when dropped on the ground, creating a huge yellow exclamation mark (much like with broken mod items) which you cannot pick up nor select (scinse you cannot select it, you cannot remove it either)

It DOES however display properly in thirdperson.

Just thought it should be added as a note on the armour. 17:15, 9 August 2011 (CET)