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- Main article: Armor Sets (Oblivion)
The secrets of Dwemer armorcraft are long-forgotten. Dwemer pieces encountered throughout the land are thousands of years old, scavenged from abandoned Dwarven animunculi sometimes found in ancient Dwemer ruins.
Dwemer armor is heavy and cumbersome, but Dwemer craftsmanship and metallurgy are top tier quality in comparison to any modern metal armor style. Enthusiasts pay fabulous prices for individual pieces, and the few complete sets are in the hands of collectors.
- It can be found at level 6 as loot.
- It can be bought at level 10 from shops.
|Name||Base Value||Armor Rating||Health||Weight||ID|
- Base Value refers to the value without factoring the effects of Mercantile skill or NPC disposition.
- Base Armor refers to the armor rating of the piece without factoring the effects of the appropriate armor skill.
- The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- The Elder Scrolls Travels: Shadowkey
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- The Elder Scrolls Online
|Armor in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion|
|Headgear • Cuirass • Legwear • Footwear • Handwear • Shields|
|Light||Amber • Arena Light Raiment • Bound • Brusef • Chainmail • City Guard • Crimson Scar|
Crusader (Light) • Dark Seducer • Elven • Fur • Glass • Imperial Dragon (Light)
Leather • Light Raiment • Mithril • Morag Tong • Mythic Dawn • Shrouded
|Heavy||Agronak's Raiment • Arena Heavy Raiment • Blackwood • Blades • Crusader (Heavy)|
Daedric • Dremora • Dwarven • Ebony • Golden Saint • Heavy Raiment
Imperial Dragon (Heavy) • Imperial Watch • Iron • Knight of Order
Legion • Madness • Orcish • Steel • Umbra's Ebony
|Armorer • Enchanted Armor • Heavy Armor • Horse Armor • Light Armor|