They appear in the Shivering Isles, as well as in Morrowind, as both summonable creatures and as Daedra that appear in Daedric shrines (depending on the level of the character). It is possible to obtain the help of the Saints in order to light the Flame of Agnon.
Golden Saints tend to be very haughty, severe and short tempered, especially towards the Hero and Dark Seducers, their rivals, with whom they are often locked in battle, in order to gain the praise of Lord Sheogorath.
They refer to themselves as Aureals. A large majority of their ranks are female, greatly outnumbering male members, and they tend to have golden colored skin and hair. They represent the forces of order (authority) of the Mania side of the Shivering Isles.
Weapons and armor
- See also: Golden Saint Weapons
- Golden Saint
- Golden Saint Mage
- Golden Saint Archer
- Golden Saint Guard
- Golden Saint Aurgezel
- Golden Saint Escort
- Chuna – she is a guardian at the gates of Cylarne.
- Aurmazl Kaneh – leader of the Aureals at Cylarne. She sacrifices herself in the quest The Helpless Army.
- Mirel – second in command at Cylarne.
- Issmi – aided at Brellach during the quest The Helpless Army.
- Aurig Desha – Officer aided in Retaking the Fringe
- Sometimes when a citizen attacks another citizen or a guard, a Golden Saint will use a spell on the attacker, which will sometimes cause harm to bystanders, causing a big guard-on-guard battle.
- Males seem to be of lower ranking and are often looked down upon by their female counterparts.
- In The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, there is a Golden Saint creature in the game files. However, it is simply an Altmer that wears Elven Armor.
- The difference between a captain and a regular Golden Saint can be noticed by observing their helmets. If she has a pink jewel on her helmet, she is a captain.
- Template:PS3 Sometimes, a Golden Saint will be standing outside the Imperial City Prison for no apparent reason.