Sesh Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:34pm
What Smithing Classifications for Items are there?
How many what they are and what level, in smithing, do they become available?
Last edited by Sesh; Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:39pm
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ScreaminEagle85 Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:35pm 
Have you tried looking at the perk tree in your skills menu?
Sesh Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:37pm 
I'm talking more like Exquisite and Epic.
Major Moolah Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:42pm 
This is actually a tricky question. Not all items can be improved, as in at all, or beyond a certain level. There are six levels of enhancement, from Fine to Legendary. This should tell you everything: http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:Smithing
wowszer Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:46pm 
Just press the Tab button, select Skills, and use the mouse to go to Smithing. There are 10 perks, each will be available to be viewed by clicking the mouse button until each is viewable. You have to learn how to view each and every perk avaiable by this method.
Sesh Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:50pm 
Originally posted by wowszer:
Just press the Tab button, select Skills, and use the mouse to go to Smithing. There are 10 perks, each will be available to be viewed by clicking the mouse button until each is viewable. You have to learn how to view each and every perk avaiable by this method.

I was referring to improved weapon classifications not how to look at the perks tree.

Thanks Major that page seems to have exaclty what I wanted to know.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:57pm 
I know exactly what you mean. And Bethesda ONCE AGAIN with their dumbed down crap for the kids, just didn't care to include it in anything. UGHH

There is a guide for this game, right?...I am going to buy it if so...it will prob have to be in an encyclopedia series, as their is NAFF ALL in the game.

I am keen to know this. What I do know, is that it goes:

FINE
SUPERIOR
EXQUISITE
EPIC
LEGENDARY

And from what I gather, I think it unlocks each time you...unlock a new smithing skill, right?..

Anyone else care to include those Ive missed?.. :)
Major Moolah Jul 10, 2013 @ 9:59pm 
It's flawless. Meaning that you left out flawless, that is. I took the liberty of posting a Smithing article somewhere above you
Sesh Jul 10, 2013 @ 10:02pm 
Originally posted by Major Moolah (retired):
It's flawless. Meaning that you left out flawless, that is. I took the liberty of posting a Smithing article somewhere above you

@Dan this article is good and doesn't require any more money to use.

http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:Smithing
Last edited by Sesh; Jul 10, 2013 @ 10:02pm
Anvos Jul 10, 2013 @ 11:47pm 
Legendary is the last name but you can further increase from there, though if you want to do more than maybe 1-2 notches above base legendary you have to start exploiting the crafting triangle.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Jul 11, 2013 @ 12:08am 
Money?....
Major Moolah Jul 11, 2013 @ 12:09am 
In the higher levels, if you enchant ring, necklace and like a fur armor set with Fortify Smithing, and make a Fortify Smithing potion with that, then you can basically craft a nuclear warhead. I think it's lame, but many disagree
Anvos Jul 11, 2013 @ 12:12am 
Personally I like to only go the first cycle as that seems intended. When you start using the improved to make better improved to make even better improved is where I start to take issue.
wowszer Jul 11, 2013 @ 7:20am 
There is one more thing that can be said about those classifications. Even after being upgraded to a new class, if you have a number of apparel with Smithing perks but you forgot to use them, you can still upgrade them again with new ingots. For eample if you made an iron one handed sword, and upgraded it to Legendary, then put on a helmet of Smithing, a pair of boots of Smithing and used a potion of Smithing that Legendary sword would be upgrade again, but still be classified as Legendary. But its damage potential would be signifigantly higher.
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