- "You wield... Azura's Star? How... how can such a thing be possible?"
- ―Hold Guard
|Franchise||The Elder Scrolls|
|Debut||The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind|
Depending on your choice by delivering the Broken Azura's Star back to someone in Winterhold to complete The Black Star quest, it won't make any difference when you give it to Aranea Ienith or Malyn Varen.
Azura's Star can be yours when you give it back to Aranea Ienith at the Shrine of Azura. For this unique soul gem, it can holds white souls. Followers wielding weapons with Soul Trap can use Azura's Star to capture souls.
- Bringing the Broken Azura's Star to Nelacar instead of Aranea Ienith and subsequently removing Malyn Varen's soul from the item grants the Dragonborn with The Black Star Daedric artifact. While Nelacar claims The Black Star can house only black souls, it can actually hold black or white souls, as can Black Soul Gems. This, along with the relative abundance of black souls compared to white souls, generally makes The Black Star the preferred choice over Azura's Star.
- Like some other Daedric Artifacts, town guards occasionally comment about Azura's Star if it is in the Dragonborn's inventory.
- The artifact is named after a celestial body of the same name that appears briefly before dawn and dusk on the horizon. It is situated just below the constellation of the Steed.
- The star resembles the one held in Azura's left hand at the shrine dedicated to her.
- When doing the The Black Star quest, Azura tells you that Azura's Star will return to Oblivion in a hundred years time.