The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Smeltable Dwarven Scrap Metal
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RubyRoseRwby 2014. nov. 26. @ de. 10:49 
Finaly... ive looked for mods like this.. thanks
XamaX 2013. febr. 21. @ du. 5:55 
Maybe 20 ingots would be a little high, but it does say "solid" dwarven metal, wheras raw ore that you take out of the groud yeild ingots at a 1:2 basis, so metal that has already been smelted and is "solid" should yeild more maybe a 3:5 or 4:5 basis. Not trying to hate, just justifying.
Jov  [készítő] 2013. febr. 21. @ du. 2:42 
I definitely will add all the metals with the next release. However, making it a 1:1 output of weight:ingot wouldn't make sense, as you have to account for impurities that are removed during the smelting process. Also, heavier items would produce 15-25 ingots a pop and that just seems unbalanced. What I tried to do was compare the size of the item's 3D art to the size of the ingots, and base it off of that.

The aim of this mod is to fix something in the game that didn't make sense, whilst retaining game balance, as that's important to me. :) Thanks for the feedback.
nytevision1 2013. febr. 21. @ du. 2:00 
please do add all the dwarven metals... in agreement with the others for a touch of realism the output of ingots really should be commensurate with the weight of the item being smelyed down.
XamaX 2012. febr. 25. @ du. 11:11 
I agree with alexpatdragon, the "solid" dwarven metal that weighs 25 and yeilds 5? It should yeild at least 20, it just makes logistical sense.
Steffen L. Sorensen 2012. febr. 17. @ de. 5:35 
Well done :)
BanditoWalrus 2012. febr. 12. @ du. 4:44 
This will make Dwarven Smithing SOOOO Much better!! =|:}D
WaywardGrizzly 2012. febr. 11. @ du. 1:06 
PLEASE add all Dwarven metals., Then I will Sub.
DreamsDragon 2012. febr. 11. @ de. 8:16 
I think the amount of ingots should be relative to the size. For instance, the bar shaped one that weighs 25 (OI forget what it is called), gives a lot of ingots.
Batophobia 2012. febr. 10. @ du. 3:55 
PLEASE add all Dwarven metals.
Jon Lynn 2012. febr. 10. @ de. 11:06 
Simple mod it may be, but it is also very awesome. A great idea, even if you dont like Shmelting things n' skyrim , hay its ur loss! :D Cudos Jov, ty for the mod
Jov  [készítő] 2012. febr. 10. @ de. 10:17 
@Ash: Definitely! Perhaps I'll make a different one that's all-inclusive, then.
Ash 2012. febr. 10. @ de. 9:42 
A similar problem is with deer pelts - those bundles of skins you find in hunting camps and such cannot be converted to leather at the tanning rack! Maybe that would be a nice addition to this mod :)
Guybrush20X6 2012. febr. 10. @ de. 9:32 
You should also make things like dwarven dishes smeltable too (like 2 plates = 1 ingot). It's such a bummer to haul all that stuff out the ruins and find it's the same as conventional crud. Keep up the good work.
NateBitATibetan 2012. febr. 10. @ de. 6:55 
I'd say go with your idea to make other dwarven items smeltable (...?), especially since it sounds like you're thinking of ways to balance it.
supafast2 2012. febr. 9. @ du. 5:54 
I'd like to know which bits you should keep as well.
So can you smelt down all those pots, irons etc, are they more than decoration
awcthug88 2012. febr. 9. @ de. 8:10 
Awesome idea. I was a little confused by why you could smelt only some of the Dwemer scrap you picked up.
eQ Geoffercake 2012. febr. 8. @ du. 2:36 
good idea, definitely need to add all the other dwemer bits and bobs which are obviously made of metal
Lowping 2012. febr. 8. @ du. 1:04 
Excellent, been baffled by how I could only smelt some of the crap I looted from those pesky dwemer ruins. Thumbs up for trying to keep it balanced aswell :D too many cheat mods out allready.
locualo 2012. febr. 8. @ de. 10:44 
y u no smelt ???
Subscribed XD
Jov  [készítő] 2012. febr. 8. @ de. 10:08 
Good point, Paul. I know you need cogs for a quest, but I'm not sure about the rest. I'll look into it before making any changes, should people want more items added.
blay.paul 2012. febr. 8. @ de. 9:38 
Aditional smeltable dwarven items sounds like a nice idea. Are the levers, cogs, etc. needed elsewhere in the game though? I'd hate to be "Whoops! I melted that down and made a dwarven dagger from it two weeks ago." in the middle of a quest.