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Main article: Armor Sets (Oblivion)
For other uses, see Iron Armor.

Iron Armor is a type of armor in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion that is a very affordable type of heavy armor. It is easy to obtain a set, as almost every heavy armor merchant will sell a few pieces.

Location and variantsEdit

Iron armor is the armor set given to new recruits of the Fighters Guild. It is available from level one in shops and as loot.

Rusty ironEdit

A lower quality version, found only in the tutorial. They are aesthetically the same as their normal variants. There are no rusty iron boots.

AttributesEdit

Iron armorEdit

Name Base ValueGoldIcon Base ArmorArmorIcon HealthHealth-icon WeightWeightIcon ID
Iron Helmet 25 4.0 150 6.0 0001C6CE
Iron Cuirass 85 10.0 300 30.0 0001C6D1
Iron Gauntlets 25 4.0 150 6.0 0001C6D2
Iron Greaves 45 6.0 225 18.0 0001C6D0
Iron Boots 25 4.0 150 9.0 0001C6CF
Iron Shield 45 12.0 225 12.0 0001C6C1

Rusty iron armorEdit

Name Base ValueGoldIcon Base ArmorArmorIcon HealthHealth-icon WeightWeightIcon ID
Iron Helmet 10 3.5 120 6.0 000661C4
Iron Cuirass 40 9.0 250 30.0 000661C1
Iron Gauntlets* 10 3.5 125 6.0 000661C2
Iron Greaves 20 5.5 175 18.0 000661C3
Iron Shield 20 11.0 175 12.0 000661C5
  • 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.
  • Items marked by an asterisk are in the Construction Set and marked as playable, but are not present in the game.

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