List of the best Accessories in Elder Scrolls: Morrowind
This page contains a list of all the 'best' Accessories in Elder Scrolls: Morrowind. Keep in mind that this is a purely subjective list that I have slapped together - I went through all the accessories in the game multiple times and singled out the ones I believe to be the best ones. If you'd like to see a slightly longer list of all the accessories in the game with decent enchants check out that guide instead.
Any accessories that are custom made with enchant can be found on my list of best custom enchants page. On this page I have only included items which can be found ingame - both Cast on Use and Constant Effect items can be found here.
The Amulet of Flesh Made Whole is one of the best cast when used amulets that you can get in Morrowind. If you're playing primarily a melee character you can swap to this amulet whenever you need to cure yourself of an illness, when you need heals or to restore attributes that have been lowered with debuffs.
The Amulet of Shadows is one of the best clicky amulets to get in the game since you can get it very early on and it offers you a nearly perfectly Chameleon spell. You can obtain the Amulet of Shadows by completing The Lady's Ring Side Quest which is found to the north of Gnisis.
Boots of Blinding Speed are probably the best constant effect artifact item in the game and also probably the most well known meme of Morrowind. When you equip these boots they will grant you an insane speed boost as well as put a 100% blind debuff on you. There are ways to avoid the blind debuff though, all of which I talk about on my Boots of Blinding Speed page.
Denstagmer's Ring is a powerful early game constant effect ring which can be found inside of an urn in the Falas Ancestral Tomb. You can find Falas Ancestral Tomb to the southeast of Gnisis; when you first arrive in Gnisis follow the river that runs along the southern end of town east and you'll run right into the Falas Ancestral Tomb.
Hunter's Amulet of Speed is one of the 3 possible rewards for completing the entire Bloodmoon Expansion Pack story line. At the end of the Hircine's Hunt Story Quest you will be given the choice between this amulet, Hunter's Amulet of Strength and the Spear of the Hunter.
Hunter's Amulet of Strength is one of the 3 possible rewards for completing the entire Bloodmoon Expansion Pack story line. At the end of the Hircine's Hunt Story Quest you'll be given the choice of choosing between this amulet, the Hunter's Amulet of Speed and the Spear of the Hunter.
Mantle of Woe is a very powerful constant effect robe which is obtained from Tymvaul inside the dungeon of Rimhull on Solstheim. You can get this robe one of two ways, the first is by completing the Tymvaul in the Well quest or by killing Tymvaul.
Marara's Ring is a powerful early game constant effect ring which is obtained by killing Marara inside of the Drethan Ancestral Tomb. You can find the entrance to the Drethan Ancestral Tomb on a small island to the south of Dagon Fel. Be warned that Marara can be a tough foe if you're currently low level with lack luster gear. It's recommended you save before facing her!
Necromancer's Amulet is a powerul constant effect necklace that's obtained by killing Trebonius Artorius in the Vivec Mage's Guild Hall. You can find Trebonius walking around in the main room - he's very difficult to miss. Make sure you taunt him to attack you first or use Frenzy Humanoid on him to cause him to attack you; this will allow you to avoid any penalty for killing him.
The Ring of Khajiit is a decent cast on use item which can be obtained by speaking with Taros Dral inside of the Morag Tong Guild Hall in Vivec and completing Mephala's Quest. For this quest you're tasked with going to Balmora and poisoning a member of the Morag Tong Guild. There's no combat involved and you can complete this quest at a very low level.
Ring of Phynaster is a powerful early game constant effect ring which can be obtained from inside the Senim Ancestral Tomb, a dungeon which is a short walk south of Dagon Fel. The enemies guarding this ring are easy to deal with at levels 5 and lower which makes this a great early game ring to grab.
The Ring of Raven Eye is a decent constant effect ring which is obtained by looting the hollowed treestump behind the Thirsk Mead Hall on Solsteim. In addition to this ring you can find a bunch of extra goodies inside the tree stump as well. No combat is required to obtain these items.
Ring of Regeneration drops from Delvam Andarys inside of the Mawia dungeon. You can find Mawia southeast of Molag Mar, it's found on a small island just off the coast of the main continent. Along with the Ring of Regeneration Delvam Andarys also drops the unique short sword Shimsil.
Ring of the Wind is a pretty decent early game constant effect ring which you can get by defeating Galmis Dren in the dungeon of Nammu. You can find Nammu far to the west of Sadrith Mora/Wolverine Hall, the eastern most town of Vvardenfell.
Royal Signet Ring is arguably the best ring in all of Morrowind since it makes you almost impossible to kill through normal means. This item will restore a constant 10 hp and 10 fatigue every second along with giving you 100% Magicka and Paralysis resist... don't forget the spell reflect too!
The big downside to this ring is having to kill King Hlaalu Helseth to get it. However, once you've completed the entire Tribunal story you don't have to worry about damaging your game if you kill Helseth.
Vampiric Ring is a cast on use ring which is obtained from defeating the Skeleton War-Wizard in the dungeon of Ald Redaynia. You can find Ald Redaynia on the strip of islands far to the west of Dagon Fel, a town at the northern most point in Vvardenfell.