The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Circlet Helms for the Helmet Disinclined
Category: Armor
File Size
4.411 MB
May 25, 2013 @ 7:00pm
Jan 11, 2014 @ 10:35am
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Circlet Helms for the Helmet Disinclined

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Circlet Helms for the Helmet Disinclined
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Dragon Priest! Crafting Recipes! Matching set bonuses! All in a circlet!
Now with 100% more Miraak!
Now with 100% more Falmer and Vampires!
(If you have those DLC, that is. This mod doesn't require DLC)
Also Nexus[]

You there! Khajiit! Are you tired of the glass helmet looking like crap and removing your hair when you wear it? Are you tired of helmets crushing your ears? Argonian! Tired of having cut off your horns and feathers every time you put on a helmet? Bosmer! Dunmer! Altmer! Orsimer! Tired of your ears jutting out of what should be solid metal? Tired of your long, luxurious locks being covered up? Tired of going bald every time you put on a helmet?
LOOK NO FURTHER! I have the deal for you!

Behold, circlet helms! Imbued with the magic of the planes of Oblivion, these...what?

There's already an armored circlet mod?

Oh. I never knew.

Well...are there circlets for every armor type (leather, fur and hide not magical enough), and a custom, beautiful Daedric Circlet? A Dwarven Circlet? An Ebony Circlet? Clavicus Vile? Nightingale? Can you craft them!? Do they use alchemical ingredients that fortify armor types!?
Do they count as their respective armor AND give additional bonuses!?
Are there Dragon Priest Circlets that can be copied from the masks of Dragon Priests?

Listen to this rave review from a Whiterun Guard!
'Did you see that Circlet Helms mod? It's got Dragon Priest Circlets. Dragon. Priest. Circlets.....then I took an arrow to th--'
Yeah, thanks buddy.

If you have a head, you can benefit from these lovely pieces of jewelry!
They DO count toward armor bonuses! Did I mention that?

Circlet Helms can be found in levelled loot with their enchanted helmet counterparts! You can craft them, too! They appear under Jewelry and the materials that require a skill of 60 or above (Glass, for example) also require the Arcane Blacksmith Perk to craft. The idea behind them is that they are tied to the planes of Oblivion, and are essentially invisible bound helmets. They are listed under Jewelry for sake of eliminating clutter in the smithing menu.
Warlocks will have them more than other enemies, and you can also find them wherever normal circlets are sold...and found.
If you already have a Dragon Priest Mask and the Arcane Blacksmith perk, you can copy it and make a circlet from it with the same enchantment!

They do not replace the normal circlets or normal helmets, they are new, additional armor pieces.
Most of these circlets use the same textures as normal circlets, so any custom textures for circlets will work with these, too!
You craft them with metal and gems and alchemy ingredients, because requiring leather strips for a circlet that clearly doesn't have them doesn't quite make sense.


Drive one home today!
batteries not included.

Dragonborn Circlets

The armor my Khajiit is wearing

Version History:
January 12th, 2013 - Added compatability with the changes the Unofficial Skyrim Patch made to circlets.
June 30th, 2013 - Fixed Krosis Circlet to be Light armor (If you want it to be heavy, visit the Nexus for the old version[])
June 16th, 2013 - Fixed tons of texture and mesh issues with Dwarven, Daedric, Clavicus Vile and some Dragon Priest circlets.
June 10th, 2013 - Fixed Dragon Priest circlet armor ratings
June 9th, 2013 - Fixed Volsung Circlet recipe
June 2nd, 2013 - Added Lore book and Elven Circlet to the Arch-Mage's Chambers in the College of Winterhold.
June 1st, 2013 - Fixed Matching set issues by adding a bunch of keywords, added Light Iron Circlet
May 31st, 2013 - Added Clavicus Vile and Nightingale Circlets, removed Dragon Priest Circlets from inventories for compatability and prevention of multiple masks.
May 29th, 2013 - Added Dragon Priest Circlets, and crafting recipes for normal circlets.
May 26th, 2013 - Fixed Daedric Circlet's green gem issue, added Iron Circlet, modified Ebony Circlet to use vanilla textures.
May 25th, 2013 - First Release
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FallenGreen Aug 1 @ 5:26am 
Love this mod. :D
Nevets Jan 20 @ 9:27pm 
Now this, this is a cool mod.
Wilfred the Warrior Dragon Oct 28, 2016 @ 10:26am 
Will you be integrating this into skyrim special edition? (Please oh please do, I use this mod alot)
Winterfire Jun 18, 2016 @ 4:47am 
love this, keep up the great work! ever think of making crowns too?
Nightshade May 11, 2016 @ 7:46am 
Love being able to see my face and benefit from the armor of a helmet, thank you
itzadunndeal Feb 1, 2016 @ 2:18am 
Can you use this on a different circlet mod or is it just for for this one because I have a circlet mod I subscribed to I have long hair & doesn't fit like it should
hazy Nov 4, 2015 @ 4:48am 
So this is basicly a retexture, awesome! (I hate helmets)
Pastrana Sep 12, 2015 @ 2:38pm 
love the armor. i have that suit (ruby lightweight) and i wanted to know if the respective category of circlet will give you the complete set bonus.
JKalenad  [author] Aug 5, 2015 @ 6:18pm 
It should be, as long as that mod modifies the helmets rather than the circlets. I know my mod is compatible with mods that allow you to wear hoods with circlets.
~~Nature Lover~~ Aug 5, 2015 @ 2:59pm 
it this mod and the one you have on nexus compatible with mods that let you wear helmets and circlets at the same time? or no?