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Aetherium Crown: Worth Breaking an armor set?
for those of you who have played through dawnguard, Is the Aetherium crown that you can make at the end of lost to the ages worth breaking my light armor set (loosing custom fit and matching set etc.)?
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Kirito 28. März 2013 um 18:06 Uhr 
Nope
hell yeah 28. März 2013 um 18:12 Uhr 
Not really
Arcamean 28. März 2013 um 18:18 Uhr 
You could download a mod that removes the helmet requirment.
Gorsondor 28. März 2013 um 18:30 Uhr 
The Aetherium Crown is good for mages who do not wear light or heavy armor. But for new characters, I recommend getting the crown if your going to specialize in more then one skillset. For example, if your thinking of doing like a spellsword, the crown would be most helpful there.

As for high level characters like a level 50 orc, with a complete armor perk tree, don't use the crown.
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roninbernie 16. Nov. 2013 um 17:24 Uhr 
I was already at a high level when I first chose the Aetherium Crown. The other weapons are cool but they didn't give me a bigger advantage than any other weapon. The quest is just fun to do. I'll say this about the crown, it looks really good when I'm not wearing a helmut.
ㅎ_ㅎ 16. Nov. 2013 um 20:46 Uhr 
It might be worth breaking your armor if it helps improve your magic defense in a fight where it matters.

Funny thing, I'm having this problem right now, and its making me think about resetting back to to a heavy armor based build that only uses 5 perk points for defense instead of a full perk tree, saving perk points for other fun stuff.
Deathy 8. Dez. 2013 um 18:41 Uhr 
at higher level with improved armor (smithing) you shouldn't have any problem with armor rating (especially in vanilla) regardless of light/heavy armor.

Thus the choice is: Standing stone powers or dual enchant (if you pick up enchanting).

Standing stones comes with many advantages not gained otherwise. Steed stone for carry capacity and full movement speed with heavy armor for example.

Google "skyrim standing stones" and check the uespwiki list to see if there's any you want on the crown :)
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Deathy:
at higher level with improved armor (smithing) you shouldn't have any problem with armor rating (especially in vanilla) regardless of light/heavy armor.

Thus the choice is: Standing stone powers or dual enchant (if you pick up enchanting).

Standing stones comes with many advantages not gained otherwise. Steed stone for carry capacity and full movement speed with heavy armor for example.

Google "skyrim standing stones" and check the uespwiki list to see if there's any you want on the crown :)

+1

Crown is much more usefull in my case. Or you can store it in your inventory with already activated The Steed Stone or The Atronach Stone, and then put in on only when you need to carry more weight or fight a mage.
Ursprünglich geschrieben von SSWolf1993:
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Deathy:
at higher level with improved armor (smithing) you shouldn't have any problem with armor rating (especially in vanilla) regardless of light/heavy armor.

Thus the choice is: Standing stone powers or dual enchant (if you pick up enchanting).

Standing stones comes with many advantages not gained otherwise. Steed stone for carry capacity and full movement speed with heavy armor for example.

Google "skyrim standing stones" and check the uespwiki list to see if there's any you want on the crown :)

+1

Crown is much more usefull in my case. Or you can store it in your inventory with already activated The Steed Stone or The Atronach Stone, and then put in on only when you need to carry more weight or fight a mage.
3.5 year old thread man :u just sayin'
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Vrakos Anthrakir:
3.5 year old thread man :u just sayin'

Many will find it when searching google for answers like I did, so another good comment will do no harm.
Ursprünglich geschrieben von SSWolf1993:
Ursprünglich geschrieben von Deathy:
at higher level with improved armor (smithing) you shouldn't have any problem with armor rating (especially in vanilla) regardless of light/heavy armor.

Thus the choice is: Standing stone powers or dual enchant (if you pick up enchanting).

Standing stones comes with many advantages not gained otherwise. Steed stone for carry capacity and full movement speed with heavy armor for example.

Google "skyrim standing stones" and check the uespwiki list to see if there's any you want on the crown :)

+1

Crown is much more usefull in my case. Or you can store it in your inventory with already activated The Steed Stone or The Atronach Stone, and then put in on only when you need to carry more weight or fight a mage.
Why did you bump this tread?
And no. This tread should not been enable for google.
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Ursprünglich geschrieben von Uncle64Swe:
Why did you bump this tread?
And no. This tread should not been enable for google.

I found it on google when I searched "Aetherium Crown light armor". I didn't look at the date, I just gave my opinion on the subject. What's your problem...
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