|Franchise||The Elder Scrolls|
|Debut||The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall|
The Wabbajack is the Daedric artifact made by Sheogorath; the Daedric prince of madness, in The Elder Scrolls series. It might be deadly, but it can fire random effects. This weapon was first appeared in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall and was hold by Alisa the Daedric Knight.
This mysterious staff casts an unpredictable spell that ranges from transforming enemies into other creatures or items to casting a random destruction spell to even healing enemies. These abilities are able to completely alter the course of battle by transforming an enemy into a lesser creature, like a rabbit, or into a stronger being, such as a dremora. The Wabbajack is one of five daedric artifacts made by the daedric Prince of Madness, Sheogorath. Its unpredictable nature is a reflection upon Sheogorath's own chaos, choosing at random to either help or hinder those he encounters.
This weapon effect can appeared randomly when you fired the magic on someone.
- Frost Rune Effect Explosion
- Transformation Effects
- Effects that cancelled on hit: chicken, rabbit, Dremora Lord, random Draugr
- Effects that eliminated target: sweet roll, fountain of septims, random books
- Leveled Dremora
- Cast Invisibility on target
- Summoning Dremora to fight for target
- Ice Spike
- Instant Kill
- Ghostly remains after kill
- Normal remains
- With no body
- Summon effects: mudcrab, Daedra, rabbit, chicken
- Drain Stamina
- Unequip target's armor
- Absorb health
- Target explodes, turns into ghostly remains and scattered gold and pitchforks. Taking the gold counts as stealing.
- Change's target armor
- Instant kill, turns target into a golden statue. Unmineable, unlootable, useless aside from decoration. (Unable to duplicate the effect)
- Can move the skeleton of a dead dragon
- Reanimate targeted dead body (possibly no limits to level except bosses like Alduin) with double health
- Does nothing