Foxy the Fox Jun 15, 2013 @ 11:43pm
Strongest Light Armor in the game? (besides dragonhide)
I need to find the strongest light armor in the game that isn't Dragonhide! Please help!
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Hailey Jun 15, 2013 @ 11:59pm 
Dragonscale
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kroNe-dA-PRiNceSS Dec 10, 2013 @ 11:52am 
Deathbrand Armor
danconnors Dec 10, 2013 @ 1:40pm 
Stahlrim armor...
SuperLotus97 Dec 10, 2013 @ 4:12pm 
If you're a spell caster there are some modded, pre-enchanted robes. You're able to unlock light armor versions of those robes (I'm not sure exactly how to unlock them)
Foxy the Fox Jan 4 @ 5:25pm 
As far as I'm concerned, deathbrand and stahlrim aren't in the Vanilla skyrim.
Foxy the Fox Jan 4 @ 5:26pm 
#SuperLotus97, that seems like a good idea. I can perhaps take master/archmage robes and break them to get their enchantment, then enchant Glass armour.
Foxy the Fox Jan 4 @ 5:26pm 
#Hailey, I said no Dragonhide armours.
akasexacutioner Jan 4 @ 5:33pm 
i like the nightengale armor that you find at hags end myself lol
Gropax Jan 5 @ 5:33pm 
all of the Light armor is the strongest armor in the game with enough enchanting smithing and alchemy even Hide armor can hit the armor cap.
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sierra_one_ Jan 5 @ 5:40pm 
Originally posted by Commander Avii (Umbreon):
#Hailey, I said no Dragonhide armours.
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My suggestion would be heavily enchanted and improved glass armour along with the Amulet of Articulation. The problem with Skyrim is that practically anything above ragged robes can be enchanted and improved enough to hit the armour cap, so it's really just a matter of preference. Glass armour looks nice.
neilbert1 Jan 5 @ 6:19pm 
Gropax and sierra_seven_ are correct - with high enough Armor and Smithing Skills, and perhaps with the help of enchanted smithing items, smithing potions, and/or the proper enchantments, just about any armor can be improved to the point that it reachs the armor cap. Glass would be the best to max out the earliest, but otherwise just pick what you think looks the coolest.
EmeraldBlaze Jan 5 @ 7:59pm 
Originally posted by Commander Avii (Umbreon):
As far as I'm concerned, deathbrand and stahlrim aren't in the Vanilla skyrim.
Stahlrim is in the Dragonborn DLC. I've never heard of deathbrand before though. But other than that, glass would have to be the strongest.
Foxy the Fox Jan 6 @ 3:23am 
Originally posted by sierra_seven_:

My suggestion would be heavily enchanted and improved glass armour along with the Amulet of Articulation. The problem with Skyrim is that practically anything above ragged robes can be enchanted and improved enough to hit the armour cap, so it's really just a matter of preference. Glass armour looks nice.

Thanks for the help. I've tried this now, and my glass armour has hit the cap (legendary, maximum armour) and has the enchantments of HP+++ on torso and helm, light weaponry boost+++ on my gauntlets and element resist+++ on the boots. Now, all that is left is to enchant my weaponry...
Lord Noob of Noobshire Jan 6 @ 3:30am 
What's wrong with dragonscale anyway?
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