Bloodmoon:Undead

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Solstheim boasts two unique types of undead creature: the Bonewolf and the Draugr. In addition there are several new types of Skeleton, including the especially-powerful greater skeleton champion.

Bonewolves[edit]

Bonewolf
"Foul beasts, not of this earth. These are creatures brought into existence by black magic. They are a mockery of the true and good wolves that roam this land."— A Skaal

Description: An undead type of wolf haunting the resting places of the old graves on Solstheim.
Found: Often found in Barrows.

Creature Drops Health Restore Health Resist Paralysis Attacks Soul
Bonewolf
BM_wolf_skeleton
Bonemeal 88 1-5 100
  • 8−12 pts melee
50
(Lesser)
Bonewolf
BM_wolf_bone_summon
(Created by the Summon Bone Wolf spell)
120
  • 7−25 pts melee

Draugr[edit]

Draugr
"Once, they were warriors much like the Skaal. Trapped and hungry on this island, they feasted on the flesh of their fallen comrades, which is a crime against nature. The All-Maker cursed them with undeath, forever doomed to walk the land in search of more of the flesh of man to consume."Korst Wind-Eye

Description: This undead type of northern barbarian haunts the resting places of the old graves on Solstheim. Their mad search for flesh makes them fierce fighters, resisting many kinds of attack.
Found: Often found in Barrows.

Creature Drops Health Restore Health Resist Frost Resist Poison Resist Shock Resist Paralysis Attacks Soul
Draugr
BM_draugr01
Gravetar 300 1−5 100 100 100 100 300
(Grand)
Draugr
BM_draugr_bloodskal
(Bloodskal Barrow)
Draugr
draugr
(Kolbjorn Barrow)
Draugr
draugr_co_3
(Near the Missing Supply Ship)
200 - - - - -
  • 3−30 pts / 3−35 pts / 2−25 pts melee
200
(Grand)
Valbrandr draugr
draugr_valbrandr
(Valbrandr Barrow)
nothing
Draugr Lord Aesliip
draugr_aesliip
(Caves of Fjalding, Aesliip's Lair)
Aesliip's Ring 800
Draugr
draugr_co_3_dead
(Near the Missing Supply Ship)
Gravetar 0

none (already dead)

0
(None)
Draugr are not actually considered undead by the game and are instead set as creatures. As such, Turn Undead spells will not work against them.

Skeletons[edit]

Skeletons already existed in Morrowind but several new types have been added.

The Greater Skeleton Champions (in all tombs all over Solstheim) begin appearing only once the player has reached level 40 and has taken the Bloodskal sword from Bloodskal Barrow (exception: the Greater Skeleton Champions in Bloodskal Barrow appear before level 40).

Creature Drops Health Resist Frost Resist Poison Resist Shock Attacks Soul
Skeleton Berserker
skeleton nord
(Frykte, Rimhull)
Nordic Silver Claymore
0−4 Bonemeal
150 100 100 50
  • 10−30 pts melee plus weapon
200
(Grand)
Skeleton Berserker
skeleton_stahl_uni
(Stahlman's Gorge)
200
Skeleton Berserker
skeleton nord_2
(Frykte, Rimhull)
Huntsman Axe
Nordic Leather Shield
0−4 Bonemeal
Skeleton Pirate
bm_skeleton_pirate
(Himmelhost Barrow)
Iron Saber
Random Silver Weapon
0−4 Bonemeal
Skeleton Pirate Captain
bm_skeleton_pirate_capt
(Himmelhost Barrow)
Seasplitter
Random Silver Weapon
0−4 Bonemeal
Pirate Captain's Note
Pirate Captain's Key
300
Greater Skeleton Champion
bm skeleton champion gr
bm_sk_champ_bloodskal01 (Bloodskal Barrow)
bm_sk_champ_bloodskal02 (Bloodskal Barrow)
Random Silver Weapon
Iron Shield
0−4 Bonemeal
300
  • 20−40 pts melee plus weapon