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Smithing | Skills

This page of the World Atlas for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim focuses on the Blacksmithing and Heavy armor skills, which are primarily related to the warrior archetype. In addition to describing these skills, our tutorial will provide information on how to develop them and which perks are worth unlocking.

Increasing the Skill: The Blacksmithing skill can be increased by using various blacksmith workstations, such as the blacksmith forge (used for creating items), the grindstone (used for improving weapons), and the workbench (used for improving armor). You must craft and improve items to gain points in this category.

Main Purpose of Developing the Skill: Increasing the quality and overall value of items created with blacksmith workstations.

Available Perks: 10.

Best Perks: Dwarven Smithing, Arcane Blacksmith, Dragon Armor.

Comments:

  1. You can craft and improve hide and iron armor without unlocking any perks from this skill tree, but they are weak and not very valuable.
  2. Most materials needed to manufacture objects must be collected on your own, but some can be produced using other workstations, such as obtaining leather from tanning rack stations.
  3. If you want to manufacture light armor, focus on unlocking perks from the left side of the constellation. If you prefer heavy armor, focus on unlocking perks from the right side.
  4. All crafted items can be sold or worn by the main character, and enchanting them can increase their power and value.
  5. Refer to the Crafting section of the guide for more information on smithing, including lists of items and materials.

  • STEEL SMITHING
  • ARCANE BLACKSMITH
  • ELVEN SMITHING
  • ADVANCED ARMORS
  • GLASS SMITHING
  • DWARVEN SMITHING
  • ORCISH SMITHING
  • EBONY SMITHING
  • DAEDRIC SMITHING
  • DRAGON ARMOR

STEEL SMITHING

Requirements: Smithing skill increased to at least 20 points.

Description: Allows you to craft and improve steel weapons and armor.

Comments: You must purchase this perk to gain access to all the remaining perks in this skill tree.

ARCANE BLACKSMITH

Requirements: Smithing skill increased to at least 60 points. Steel Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: Allows you to improve magical weapons and armor.

Comments: This perk is incredibly useful, especially since there are many magical items in the game. Upgrading them can make them more useful for the main character and enchanting them can add even more value.

ELVEN SMITHING

Requirements: Smithing skill increased to at least 30 points. Steel Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: Allows you to craft and improve elven weapons and armor.

Comments: Elven armors are usually light.

ADVANCED ARMORS

Requirements: Smithing skill increased to at least 50 points. Elven Smithing perk unlocked.

SCALED AND PLATE ARMOR

Description: This perk enables you to craft and improve scaled and plate armor twice as much.

Comments: This perk is advantageous as it unlocks both light scaled armors and heavy plate armors.

GLASS SMITHING

Requirements: You must have a Smithing skill of at least 70 points and have the Advanced Armors perk unlocked.

Description: With this perk, you can craft and improve glass weapons and armor twice as much.

Comments: Glass armors are typically light in weight.

DWARVEN SMITHING

Requirements: You must have a Smithing skill of at least 30 points and have the Steel Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: This perk allows you to craft and improve dwarven weapons and armor twice as much.

Comments: It is recommended to unlock this perk early in the game as it is easy to find the necessary materials in dwarven ruins.

ORCISH SMITHING

Requirements: You must have a Smithing skill of at least 50 points and have the Dwarven Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: This perk enables you to craft and improve orcish weapons and armor twice as much.

Comments: Orcish armors are generally heavy in weight.

EBONY SMITHING

Requirements: You must have a Smithing skill of at least 80 points and have the Orcish Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: With this perk, you can craft and improve ebony weapons and armor twice as much.

Comments: Ebony armors are typically heavy in weight.

DAEDRIC SMITHING

Requirements: You must have a Smithing skill of at least 90 points and have the Ebony Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: This perk enables you to craft and improve daedric weapons and armor twice as much.

Comments: Daedric armors are the second-best in the game, with only dragon armors being better.

DRAGON ARMOR

Requirements: You must have a Smithing skill of 100 points and have either the Glass Smithing or Daedric Smithing perk unlocked.

Description: This perk enables you to craft and improve dragon armor twice as much.

Comments: Dragon armors offer the best protection out of all the armors available in the game, making it a must-have for warriors.

FAQ

What is Smithing in the context of gaming?

Smithing is a skill that is popularly featured in role-playing games. It involves the creation of weapons, armor, and other similar items through the use of raw materials like ores and ingots. The player typically starts by mining these materials from various locations, and then using a forge to smelt them into usable metals. The metals are then used to create weapons and armor, which can be sold or used by the player to improve their own character’s abilities.

What are some benefits of leveling up your Smithing skill in a game?

There are many benefits of leveling up your Smithing skill in a game. For one, it allows you to create stronger and more durable weapons and armor, which can give you an advantage in battles against monsters or other players. Additionally, creating these items can be a lucrative business, as you can sell them for a profit. Finally, leveling up your Smithing skill can also be a source of pride and accomplishment, as it takes time and effort to gather the necessary materials and master the techniques needed to create high-quality items.

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