Ancient Blades Armor Set by mhahn123
Oblivion » Armor/Armour
Added: 03/07/2013 - 02:50AM
Updated: 04/07/2013 - 09:05AM

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1.1 Latest version

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Uploaded by mhahn123


Last updated at 9:05, 4 Jul 2013 Uploaded at 2:50, 3 Jul 2013

Update from 1.0

Very small changes. Just added in the missing .egm file to go with the helmet
mesh. Thanks to ElderScrollsFan for pointing it out. Also created and added in
custom icons for each of the armor pieces.


I always liked the idea of finding old armor sets tucked away in long
lost dungeons. In fact it's one of the main things I love about roleplaying
games. The exploring and finding. How depressing that Bethesda left out the
"set" for several neat looking pieces of armor like the "Ruined Akaviri Shield".

This plugin adds a set of Blades armor that has been retextured to match the
akaviri shield found inside Pale Pass Fort. This is Commander Mishaxi's
personal armor and includes a standard blades style shield with the "Akaviri"
textures. Stats have been set ever so slightly below regular Blades armor.
It is OLD after all. If you want to change the stats by all means fire up
the CS and go to town.


Pale Pass Fort interior, Venom of the Serpent. In a chest inside the hidden
tunnel behind Commander Mishaxi.


1. Extract to your Oblivion Data folder either manually or using the mod manager
of your choice.

2. Set Load order. Should work just fine when placed in the same area as other
armor mods

3. Play and enjoy


TES IV: Oblivion patched to most recent version


Shouldn't be any. I didn't touch any vanilla items. All armor meshes and textures have
unique id's and the container has a unique id. The only thing that would conflict
is another mod that places items in this same room.


Bethesda for Oblivion
Tes Nexus for giving us all a place to hang out
Nifskope Team for the most versatile modding tool ever
TES4Edit for cleaning out the unavoidable dirt from my mods

Legal Stuff

The meshes and textures in this package may be considered a modders resource with no need
to ask for permission. There are two small requirements.

1. You must list me in your credits.

2. You must not use these in a mod that simply hands the player a set of armor. That would
just be soooo lazy of you.

If you want to message me about where this is being used that would be courteous, but
isn't a requirement.