If your character has magic absorption or is born under the Sign of the Atronach, Shrines can serve as a means to restore Magicka. I use this strategy along with summons, especially Ancestor Ghosts. Should this be included in this article, as well as under shrines? --Benould 18:27, 8 March 2008 (EST)
Is there a console command to add a spell effect to the character's repertoire for enchantment? If so, the spell's ID should be listed on its page.
Using the TCS to make a spell is fairly easy. Then you can just add the spell to your character using the console. --Ryandom93 11:46, 6 March 2011 (UTC)
New Player Magicka Management?
My first time playing a mage build in Morrowind and I'm a little surprised at how hard it is to get restore Magicka. The ingredients are rare (except for comberries you're not going to see any til higher level), and you can't buy any potions at Arielle's so between there and Caius you are pretty much stuck waiting. Which is fine til an Assassin spawns every other rest. You have no way to defend yourself. Can someone explain if there is a way to manage Magicka for new mages? It's almost as bad as swinging 100 times without getting a hit.. King Mango (talk) 12:46, 6 November 2013 (GMT)
Restore Magicka and Fortify Intelligence
Restore Magicka Potion:
You can make all the Restore Magicka without leaving Balmora.
You need two alchemy ingredients
5 Pieces of Comberry: from Ajira in the Guild of Mages, Balmora.
5 Pieces of Frost Salts: from Nalcarya of White Haven, Fine Alchemist, Balmora.
They Re-stock every time you leave.
Multiplying the Ingredients you need:
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If you buy X numbers of Ingredients, and leave the Barter Menu.. But stay in the 'talk' menu.
Then you go into the Barter again, and sell back the Ingredients, and leave the barter menu, again.
Then when you enter the Barter Menu the third time, the Vendor has double the amount.
You can do this as long as you got the cash.
Fortify Intelligence Potion:
The higher your Intelligence, the higher the power (and price) of your home-made potions.
There is a Vendor that has all three of the Ingredients to make Fortify Intelligence.
Aunius Autrus in Imperial Shrine Wolverine Hall, Sadrith Mora.
10 x Ash Yam
5 x Bloat
5 x Netch Leather
Axis and allies global 1940 strategy videos. You can make 10 Fortify Intelligence potions, even if you don't not use the Multiplying Ingredient cheat.?
Chain Casting Fortify Intelligence:
If you have many Fortify Intelligence Potions, you can add them too the Quick menu, and Chain cast them.
Then you can Boost your Intelligence as high as you want.
And then make some new potions, with more power, and chain cast them..
Morrowind Restore Magicka Spell
Morrowind How To Restore Magicka
I just made a new 1 lvl Character, and he can make Restore Magicka at a level, where I while never run out of Magicka.
Morrowind Restore Magicka Spell
And you can even make any Constant Effect Enchantment, if you got the high value souls.
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Magicka in blue
Magicka is the energy used to cast spells. Your total Magicka is determined by multiplying your Intelligence by your base Magicka Multiplier, which is 1 by default. Fortify Maximum Magicka effects from Races or Birthsigns can increase this multiplier additively; for example, a Breton (+0.5) born under the sign of the Apprentice (+1.5) will add 2 to the multiplier, and therefore have a total Magicka score equal to triple their Intelligence.
In mathematical terms, M = I ( 1 + R + B ), where M is your total Magicka pool, I is your Intelligence score, R is your racial modifier, and B is your Birthsign modifier.
You can also increase your Magicka pool by using items with a Fortify Magicka or Fortify Intelligence effect. Your total Magicka is shown in the blue bar in the bottom left corner, as seen on the right. Every spell has a casting cost, which is dependent on the base cost of the spell's magic effects and the magnitude and duration of these effects. Every time you cast a spell, whether you succeed or fail, the casting cost is deducted from your total Magicka pool. Your chance to successfully cast a spell is calculated based on a number of factors, including the magicka cost of the spell, your skill in the relevant spell school, and your Willpower—see here for the complete formula.
You can replenish your Magicka by using potions or scrolls with Restore Magicka, or by resting. (Those born under The Atronach birthsign do not gain Magicka by resting.) When resting you will replenish 0.15 × Intelligence points of Magicka per hour. Alternatively, you can use Spell Absorption effects, which will absorb power from incoming spells (either beneficial or harmful) and replenish your Magicka instead. Finally, you can use Absorb Magicka effects to steal Magicka points from your opponents (which has the added benefit of limiting their spellcasting ability as well).
To cripple enemy spellcasters, you can reduce their Magicka either by Absorb Magicka, or by the cheaper and easier-to-cast Damage Magicka or Drain Magicka effects.
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I'm at level seven right now (yeah, just started the game; it's really good!) and I want to increase my magicka preserves. I'm playing as a warrior right now, so you guys might tell me that I don't need spells.
There are so many enemies in this game that are hard to kill in close quarter combat. Having spells will help a lot, especially restoration, destruction, and conjuration spells. However, most of these spells (especially the ones that I create myself) cost way too much magicka. A basic Skeleton spell costs me over half my reserves at the moment!
I'm talking about something besides raising my Intelligence level. I'm mainly focusing on Strength, Endurance, and Agility. Is there any way to permanently boost my magicka preserves besides increasing my Intelligence level? Permanently?