Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
If you're willing to cheat you can use this to get the enchantment:
player.additem 10df26 1
Should give you a 'Necklace of Peerless Smithing' which you can then disenchant.
player.additem 100e40 1 ------- Ring of Peerless Smithing
and since on my 2nd run through i am an Elf with a hunger for Archery, I am using light Dragonscale kit, so added 'd79f0' for Dragonscale Peerless Gauntlets.
So 3 items for max smithing. Don't do what i frequently do and forget to switch back to combat gear and go in swinging a sword or firing a bow with all the Smithing items still active!!!
There clearly is a fine line between powerful weaponry and weaponry that is too powerful. What kind of damage was your item dolling out? Also, did you need to start a new game... i.e. did the mod make it so that any weapon would shell out that kind of carnage. Because if it did, then I would like to know the name of that mod just to insure that I avoid it at all costs.
Glory was an Axe, and Pain was a Sword. They had about the same amount of damage. I was using them both at the same time. It took enhanced Alchemy potions, and Smiting potions plus the ring, chest and necklace with the smiting enchant.
Here is my chest plate:
Also me with both:
Enhanced Alchemy potions: Enchanting gear to heighten alchemy in turn would allow me to make better enchanting potions to enchant my gear to make better alchemy potions, it seems to cap off eventually.
[Edited by Slvrbuu, 2/10/2012 7:54:35 PM]
I really would never have thought of doing that. Thought I would resort to cheats eventually. But I am not good at figuring out how to stack things like that unless it comes to my archery in which I can nail anything but a Draugr Deathlord in one hit (they take two).
Oh and dragons. Forgot about those fire and ice breathing SOBs
[Edited by Shibby, 2/11/2012 1:52:56 AM]
I used a mod for sh*ts and Giggles for that one. I enchanted my armor using some wierd spell and when I activate the armor in my house it blew everything that wasn't nailed down all over my house!! Always save your games and note it down on notepad file which one it is before playing around with mods. I used this mod for like an hour just to see how bad *ass it was. My armor value was over 10k and I believe the daedric sword I had was around 1142 of damage. I ws a walking tank and it quickly got very boring. When you get that powerfull you lose all the kill animations which really s*cks. And I started a new game because I beat it as a nord, wanted to try someone else, not becasue of the mod. Just remember to save before you mod.
[Edited by Gamejunky, 2/13/2012 7:32:22 AM]
I maxed out alchemy and enchantment on my character so I could do this.
Made Potion Of Fortifying Enchanting which made enchantments 15% better.
With this I did the following to enchant the lightest stuff available to me at the time:
With each item I drank the Fortify Enchantment and added Fortify Smthing to each one.
Usually without the potion you would get 25% smithing, but with the potion it jumps to 26% (per item)
So when I go and smith a Deadric Warhammer it is 79 damage. Which is normal being there is no fortify forging.
With the above items (which is all the items you can fortify smithing vanilla) and then a Fortify Smithing Potion at the grindstone
I made it to 176 damage.
Now the smithing stuff is really light so I keep it with me. I also Smithed/Enchanted Daedric *Battle Armor* *Battle Gauntlets* etc..etc.. When I enchanted them I named them with the * so they stayed on the top of the items list. Now with all that other gear you can easily enchant more damage to you weapons but I can't carry a full armor set just for single handed weapon damage. I broke up the damage between one-handed/two-handed/block/archery. So Right now I have Deadric Swords doing 203 damage with 69 points shock/ half magika damage and 30 something I fire damage. Same for my other dadric sword but instead of fire I used frost damage. I also have a deadric bow which does 225 damage with 69 points shock/ half magika and fear. The fear helps when running into multiple enemies.
[Edited by Gamejunky, 2/13/2012 7:44:08 AM]
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