Justification for Improvement
The fine points of Ahzidal's Lore found here:
He was born in the city of Saarthal late in the Merethic Era and his aptitude for magic and enchanting was quickly recognized. As he grew, his talent quickly surpassed that of his instructors and of every person living in Saarthal. Eventually, finding he could progress no more among his own kind, he left his home and sought out Elven teachers who could impart more knowledge..
..he sought out all knowledge of enchanting, learning more than anyone ever had. He learned of the seven natures of metal from the Dwemer and ancient runes and dawn magic from the Ayleids. He learned all that the Snow Elves, Chimer and Altmer knew..
..he learned that Ysgramor had assembled an army and was marching to battle the Elves. He offered them his services and outfitted them with his strongest enchantments. The Elves were no match for Ysgramor and his men, bedecked as they were with Ahzidal's enchanted weapons and armor.
And yet once you finally get your hands on his prized masterpiece, his complete set, you may be like me, and quickly asking yourself just what kind of half baked enchanter this Ahzidal guy was, that he couldn't be bothered with placing dual enchantments on his magnum opus? Why an armor set dedicated towards Ysgramor's cause its enchantments isn't tailored towards a rugged Nordic invasion force. And the biggest elephant in the room, why you couldn't wear the complete set-- Ahzidal, being the most knowledgeable of all ancient Nords, couldn't be that much of a joke to have overlooked this fact can he?
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