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"You come talking to me wearing Imperial armor? You got stew for brains?"
Hold Guard[src]

Imperial Armor is a set of heavy armor that appears in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Imperial armor is primarily worn by Legates in the Imperial Legion.

Despite being made primarily of steel, it is one of the weakest types of heavy armor available, on par with iron armor. Unlike other sets, it comes with three variants of helmet — the craftable Imperial Helmet, Imperial Officer's Helmet and the Closed Imperial Helmet.

LocationsEdit

Pieces of Imperial armor typically cannot be found as random loot, however, during Unbound there are several Imperial soldiers in Helgen Keep, who wear the armor, minus the helmet. There is a group of bandits that appears randomly in the world posing as Imperial Soldiers. The leader of these bandits will be wearing a set minus the helmet.

Fixed locationsEdit

SmithingEdit

Imperial Armor requires a Smithing level of 20 and the Steel Smithing perk to create. Pieces can be forged at a blacksmith's forge with the following components:

Pieces can be upgraded with a steel ingot at a workbench and also benefit from the Steel Smithing perk, which doubles the improvement.

Attributes by pieceEdit

Piece ArmorIcon WeightIcon GoldIcon Leather Strips Leather Steel Ingot ID
Imperial Armor 25 35 100 3 2 4 000136D5
Imperial Boots 10 8 20 2 1 2 000136D6
Imperial Bracers 10 4 15 2 1 3 000136D4
Imperial Helmet 15 5 50 1 1 2 00013EDC
Imperial Shield 20 12 50 2 4 000135BA
Total (with shield) 80 64 235 10 5 15
Total (without shield) 60 52 185 8 5 11

Piece ArmorIcon WeightIcon GoldIcon Leather Strips Leather Steel Ingot ID
Imperial Armor 25 35 100 3 2 4 000136D5
Imperial Boots 10 8 20 2 1 2 000136D6
Imperial Bracers 10 4 15 2 1 3 000136D4
Imperial Helmet 18 5 30 N/A N/A N/A 0009610D
Imperial Shield 20 12 50 2 4 000135BA
Total (with shield) 83 64 215 9 4 13
Total (without shield) 63 52 165 7 4 9

Piece ArmorIcon WeightIcon GoldIcon Leather Strips Leather Steel Ingot ID
Imperial Armor 25 35 100 3 2 4 000136D5
Imperial Boots 10 8 20 2 1 2 000136D6
Imperial Bracers 10 4 15 2 1 3 000136D4
Imperial Officer's Helmet 17 4 30 N/A N/A N/A 000136CF
Imperial Shield 20 12 50 2 4 000135BA
Total (with shield) 82 63 215 9 4 13
Total (without shield) 62 51 165 7 4 9

GalleryEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Imperial armor largely resembles Roman lorica segmentata armor, in keeping with the overall theme of the Empire's military likeness to that of the Roman Empire.
  • Guards in Stormcloak Holds will say "You come talking to me wearing an Imperial Armor, you got stew for brains?"
  • Guards in Imperial Holds will say "Now that's some fine Imperial Armor you got there."

See alsoEdit

AppearancesEdit

Start a Discussion Discussions about Imperial Armor (Skyrim)

  • No stormcloak-specific sets

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    • Well I guess since stormcloaks represent natives (or nationalsts sort of) of Skyrim its implied that most weapons and armor (at least low gra...
    • They have the Stormcloak Officer Armor like you said but the...
  • Imperial Armor

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    • or do like I did... open the Cration Kit and edit the whole thing
    • Just edit yourself into the end of the game, makes things easier :P Using Imperial armor through the whole game can make things hard, but...

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