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Forge

A Forge is a crafting station found in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim that allows the creation of armor, weapons and jewelry via the Smithing skill.

The armor and weapon types are unlocked by leveling up the Smithing Skill and then choosing the perks that go with it. Forges often include grindstones, which can improve weapons, and a workbench to improve armor. Some forges have a smelter nearby, but not all. Some forges are unique in that they are the only way to forge special weapons or armor.

LocationsEdit

There is a Forge in almost every major town and near every major faction or guild. Some have more than others and many include smelters, but most have a workbench, tanning rack, and Grindstone. Orc Strongholds and certain dungeons and caves possess a Forge. All Imperial and Stormcloaks encampments possess an anvil, which serves the same purpose as a forge.

With Hearthfire installed, the Dragonborn can construct a house with a forge in the basement of the house. A smelter can be found outside.

Unique forgesEdit

TriviaEdit

  • The fire pit's hot iron bars that are in the Forge are one of the few environmental objects (excluding traps) that can cause damage. Players are free to stand, lounge, or linger in all other sources of fire except for the lingering flames from dragons.
  • The Skyforge does not damage the player if the player stands on the fire pit.
  • Being damaged by a forge's fire slowly grants Destruction and Restoration experience.

BugsEdit

This section contains bugs related to Forge. Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:

  1. Please reload an old save to confirm if the bug is still happening.
  2. If the bug is still occurring, please post the bug report with the appropriate system template  360  / XB1  ,  PS3  / PS4  ,  PC  / MAC  , depending on which platform(s) the bug has been encountered on.
  3. Be descriptive when listing the bug and fixes, but avoid having conversations in the description and/or using first-person-anecdotes: such discussions belong on the appropriate forum board.
  • There is an animation glitch where the Dragonborn would grab the metal by the hot end and hammer the cold end.
  •  360  There is a bug where the animation for using the forge is incorrect. The hot end of a metal strip is by the Dragonborn's elbow two seconds after the forge has begun to be used. When the Dragonborn would grab a metal strip, the Dragonborn grabs air. The Dragonborn then turns to the anvil as normal. However, the metal strip is still by the Dragonborn elbow, and the cold end of the metal strip is not actually placed on the anvil. The hammer is hitting the anvil, but not the metal strip. Then the Dragonborn puts the cold end of the metal strip into cold water, and the water ejects steam.
    • This is only caused if the Dragonborn has a shield equipped. This bug can be temporarily disabled by unequipping a shield, unsheathing a weapon, sheathing it, and optionally, re-equipping the shield. The animation for the forge should display as intended, but will be bugged if a one-handed weapon and a shield are unsheathed.
    • The Dragonborn will grab the hot end of the metal and bring it over to the anvil. Hammer the anvil but will miss the metal.
  • There is a bug on the anvil. The metal strip is "sinking" through the anvil and the player will hit the anvil itself.

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