Fire Mages are enemy spellcasters who specialize in the Fire Damage branch of Destruction magic. They are typically found in a few caves, keeps, and ruins across Skyrim known as warlock lairs. Like other elemental mages (ice mages and storm mages), they belong to the Fire/Frost/Shock Mage NPC class.
The type of fire mage you encounter depends on your level. You will continue to meet low-level fire mages even at high levels, but boss-level fire mages will always be at the highest possible level.
Fire mages rely on their devastating fire-based spells in combat, and carry a leveled dagger in case of close-quarters fighting (iron, steel, orcish, dwarven, elven, glass, or an enchanted dagger of any quality from iron to Daedric). They also have a 10% chance to carry a leveled Conjuration or Destruction staff.
They wear a pair of boots along with black mage robes, hooded black mage robes, robes of Alteration, robes of Destruction, robes of Restoration, or robes of Fortify Magicka Rate.
In addition to the gear listed above, fire mages have a small chance to carry potions, poisons, soul gems, Novice or Apprentice level spell tomes, ingredients (common, uncommon, or rare), recipes, and a small amount of gold. They also have atronach forge recipes in their inventories, but their chance of appearing in-game is set at 0%.
On death, fire mages have a 10% chance to drop potions and poisons, and a 5% chance to drop one of the following scrolls:
Pyromancers and Arch Pyromancers have the same gear as lower-level fire mages, but have a 50% chance to carry a Staff of Fireballs and do not have the leveled lists for atronach forge recipes.
Fire Mage Bosses
Apprentice Fire Mage bosses have the same inventory as the lower-level fire mages listed above. Fire Mage Adepts, Fire Mages, Fire Wizards and Pyromancer bosses have the same inventory as the Pyromancers and Arch Pyromancers listed above, with the exception that Fire Mage Adepts and Fire Mages have a 50% chance to carry a Staff of Firebolts rather than a Staff of Fireballs.
Named Fire Mages
|Ancano||Hall of the Elements||A representative of the Thalmor serving as an advisor at the College of Winterhold|
|Ardwen||Wilderness||A pilgrim on her way to see the restored Gildergreen (can also be an ice or storm mage)|
|The Caller||Fellglow Keep||The elemental mage leader of the mages found in the keep (can also be an ice or storm mage)|
|Drelas||Drelas' Cottage||A hostile elemental mage living south of Morthal (can also be an ice or storm mage)|
|Estormo||Labyrinthian||A Thalmor agent working for Ancano|
|Mirabelle Ervine||Hall of Attainment||A master wizard at the College of Winterhold, reporting directly to the Arch-Mage|
|Naris the Wicked||Morvunskar||An Altmer experimenting with magic on live subjects within the fort|
|Sild the Warlock||Rannveig's Fast||A Nord elemental mage performing sadistic experiments within the ruin|
- Ansilvund: Kill Lu'ah Al-Skaven in Ansilvund.
- All the generic fire mages that are Dark Elves are listed twice in the leveled lists, which means fire mages are slightly more likely to be Dark Elves than one of the other races.
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