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Iron weapons are made of iron, the lowest and most common metal found in weapons and armor in Tamriel. Composed primarily of the element of the same name, iron weapons and armor are durable despite requiring only limited craftsmanship.

AppearanceEdit

Most iron weapons have a crude appearance and are likely melted and hammered into their current shape without any other metal or substance (such as carbon, which would result in steel) added to the mix. Iron weapons are easily found in multiple places around Cyrodiil. Iron weapons are available from level 1.

WeaponsEdit

Weapon Weapon Type Base Value Weight Max. Damage Health Speed Reach
Iron Arrow Arrow 1 GoldIcon 0.1 WeightIcon 8DamageIcon N/A Health-icon N/A N/A
Iron Battle Axe Blunt, two-hand 35 GoldIcon 27 WeightIcon 12 DamageIcon 168 Health-icon 0.8 1.2
Iron Bow Bow 11 GoldIcon 8 WeightIcon 8 DamageIcon 112 Health-icon N/A N/A
Iron Claymore Blade, two-hand 40 GoldIcon 22 WeightIcon 12 DamageIcon 168 Health-icon 0.8 1.3
Iron Dagger Blade, one-hand 6 GoldIcon 3 WeightIcon 5 DamageIcon 70 Health-icon 1.4 0.6
Iron Longsword Blade, one-hand 20 GoldIcon 20 WeightIcon 10 DamageIcon 140 Health-icon 1.0 1.0
Iron Mace Blunt, one-hand 17 GoldIcon 15 WeightIcon 10 DamageIcon 140 Health-icon 0.9 1.0
Iron Shortsword Blade, one-hand 10 GoldIcon 8 WeightIcon 7 DamageIcon 98 Health-icon 1.2 0.8
Iron War Axe Blunt, one-hand 13 GoldIcon 12 WeightIcon 8 DamageIcon 112 Health-icon 1.1 0.8
Iron Warhammer Blunt, two-hand 60 GoldIcon 30 WeightIcon 14 DamageIcon 196 Health-icon 0.7 1.3

Like steel weapons, iron also has "fine iron" weapons, which are generally lighter, worth more, and do slightly more damage, but are rarer in the game world.

Weapon Weapon Type Base Value Weight Max. Damage Health Speed Reach
Fine Iron Battle Axe Blunt, two-hand 70 GoldIcon 24.3 WeightIcon 13 DamageIcon 185 Health-icon 0.8 1.2
Fine Iron Bow Bow 22 GoldIcon 7.2 WeightIcon 9 DamageIcon 123 Health-icon N/A N/A
Fine Iron Claymore Blade, two-hand 80 GoldIcon 19.8 WeightIcon 13 DamageIcon 185 Health-icon 0.8 1.3
Fine Iron Dagger Blade, one-hand 12 GoldIcon 2.7 WeightIcon 6 DamageIcon 77 Health-icon 1.4 0.6
Fine Iron Longsword Blade, one-hand 40 GoldIcon 18 WeightIcon 11 DamageIcon 154 Health-icon 1.0 1.0
Fine Iron Mace Blunt, one-hand 34 GoldIcon 13.5 WeightIcon 11 DamageIcon 154 Health-icon 0.9 1.0
Fine Iron Shortsword Blade, one-hand 20 GoldIcon 7.2 WeightIcon 8 DamageIcon 108 Health-icon 1.2 0.8
Fine Iron War Axe Blunt, one-hand 26 GoldIcon 10.8 WeightIcon 9 DamageIcon 123 Health-icon 1.1 0.8
Fine Iron Warhammer Blunt, two-hand 26 GoldIcon 10.8 WeightIcon 15 DamageIcon 216 Health-icon 0.7 1.3

Lastly, there are a few "rusty iron" weapons which are deficient in quality compared to standard iron weapons. Several rusty iron weapons can be found in the Imperial City sewers, at the beginning of the game. Note: Low level Goblins can be found carrying "rusty iron" weapons.

Weapon Weapon Type Base Value Weight Max. Damage Health Speed Reach
Rusty Iron Dagger Blade, one-hand 2 GoldIcon 3 WeightIcon 3 DamageIcon 35 Health-icon 1.4 0.6
Rusty Iron Mace Blunt, one-hand 6 GoldIcon 15 WeightIcon 7 DamageIcon 70 Health-icon 0.9 1.0
Rusty Iron Shortsword Blade, one-hand 3 GoldIcon 8 WeightIcon 5 DamageIcon 56 Health-icon 1.2 0.8
Rusty Iron War Axe Blunt, one-hand 4 GoldIcon 12 WeightIcon 5 DamageIcon 56 Health-icon 1.1 0.8

Notes:

  • "Base Value" refers to the actual value without Mercantile or disposition affecting it.
  • "Max. Damage" refers to the maximum amount of damage an item can do, assuming maximum stats and skill.
  • "Health" refers to a weapon's durability, "speed" refers to a weapon's attack speed, and "reach" refers to how close an opponent must be in order to be struck with a weapon.

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