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Blessing of Mara
Alchemy description: Restoration spells are <mag>% stronger for <dur> seconds.
Enchanting description: Restoration spells cost <mag>% less to cast.
Fortify Restoration increases your Restoration skill.
The following alchemy ingredients can be used to create a potion of Fortify Restoration:
The following items use this effect. You can learn how to enchant custom items with Fortify Restoration if you find one of the following items and disenchant it:
- All varieties of Armor, Circlets, Helmets, and Rings of Restoration
- Includes the enchantments of Minor Restoration, of Major Restoration, of Extreme Restoration, of Eminent Restoration, and of Peerless Restoration.
- The Bond of Matrimony
- The Bond of Matrimony can be disenchanted, but the underlying effect is just a standard Fortify Restoration effect instead of the different effect that might be inferred from the name Blessing of Mara
Artifacts and unique items that use the effect but cannot be disenchanted include:
The various Robes of Restoration use a different variant of the Fortify Restoration effect, and the Saarthal Amulet uses a third variant
- The Blessing of Mara provides 10% Fortify Restoration
- Fortify Restoration potions are part of a powerful game-breaking exploit that is discussed here.
- Notably, three ingredients for a potion of this effect (Cyrodilic Spadetail, Abecean Longfin, and Small Antlers) can be found in and along rivers; by following a large river downstream, players can collect dozens of potions' worth of these three ingredients quickly. An even easier method of collecting the Spadetails and Longfins is to take them from the fish barrels in the docks just outside of Riften, or by using the fish hatchery available at Windstad ManorHF. Salt Pile also offers this effect, and can be purchased at nearly any tavern and are found in fish barrels as well.