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Davilia Ralas
Home City Davon's Watch
The Hollow City
Store Singing Shards

Exceptional Enchants

Race Dunmer Gender Female
Reaction Friendly
Store Type Enchanter
Davilia Ralas

Davilia Ralas is a Dunmer enchanter and the proprietor of the Singing Shards store in Davon's Watch where she will introduce you to the basics of Enchanting and Glyphs.

Once the Hollow City is restored, she opens the Exceptional Enchants shop there, near the northern gates. She is a little distracted however as Irrki the Khajiit weaponsmith has fallen in love with her, leaving dead skeevers on her doorstep among other intimate gestures.


Davon's Watch[edit]

"What can I do for you?"
Can you tell me about enchanting?
"Of course! Enchanting is the art of empowerment. We gather runes found throughout the world and use our special instruments to assemble them into glyphs. These glyphs can be used to magically enhance worn or wielded items."
So I'll have to find all these runes in the wild?
"Not exactly. Runes can be extracted from glyphs you find while adventuring. It's a delicate process, so you'll have to return to one of our work stations to proceed. Note that the glyph will be destroyed in the process. Unfortunate, but necessary."
So how exactly do glyphs work?
"Glyphs are assembled by combining three different runes.
Potency runes determine the glyph's strength. Aspect affects the glyph's quality. Finally, the Essence rune decides the glyph's effect
It's a delicate art best learned by doing. Good luck."


"Enchanting requires concentration and precision, but I'm just not feeling like myself today."
You look a little out of sorts.
"And with good reason! Someone left a dead skeever on my doorstep!
If I didn't know any better, I'd say it was that Khajiit blade merchant. She has been acting rather strange since we got here."
Strange? How so?
"Well, she comes around and sniffs my hair. Brushes her fur up against me. She even did this thing where she bumped her forehead against mine and purred.
Strange things like that."
Maybe she likes you.
"What? No! That's ridiculous... isn't it?
She is kind of cute, though. Sort of like a big kitten. Maybe I'll see if she wants to join me for dinner - as long as she doesn't bring me anymore dead animals!"