Items may be crafted, obtained from a merchant, harvested from animal or plant life, looted from slain enemies and/or their surroundings, received during or after a quest, or simply found lying around.
By game Edit
- Items (Arena)
- Items (Daggerfall)
- Items (Morrowind)
- Items (Oblivion)
- Items (Skyrim)
- Items (Online)
Types of items Edit
World items Edit
The term "world item" refers to an item that can be found as a physical object in the game world. Almost any item can qualify as a world item, provided it can be picked up and moved around or added to the inventory.
Some world items are variable and can change depending on the player's level. For example, a sword on a weapon rack in a dungeon could vary from Iron to Ebony quality depending on what level the player was when the dungeon was entered.
In several instances, world items will respawn in their original location after a set amount of time.
Quest items Edit
- Main article: Quest Item
Quest items are items that have a certain importance to a quest the player is on, such as a key to a certain dungeon the player needs to visit, or an artifact the player is to use once inside.
Quest items cannot be dropped, sold, or otherwise removed from the player's inventory. Most quest items are either automatically removed or have their quest item status revoked (and thus become capable of being dropped or sold) upon completion of the quest to which they pertain.
Combat items Edit
These types of items are worn or wielded during combat.
Consumable items Edit
- Ingredients – related to Alchemy
- Potions or poisons
Other types Edit
- Unique Items
- Enchanted Items
- Miscellaneous Items
- Magical items:
- Precious gems
- Septim, or alternately: Gold, Coin, Drakes.
- Tools – e.g. Lockpick, Repair Hammer, etc.
- The Elder Scrolls: Arena
- The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- The Elder Scrolls Online