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See also: Daggers (Oblivion) and Katana

A sword is a straight or curved weapon consisting of a bladed edge or often two bladed edges. It can be used for cutting, slashing, slicing, thrusting, jabbing, stabbing and piercing and can be one-handed or two-handed. In Tamriel, expertise in the use of all kinds of swords fall under the Blade skill, and masters of Blade are one-of-a-kind. The following are the types of swords, followed by the weapon quality, and the characteristics of each:

One-handed swordsEdit

ShortswordsEdit

A Shortsword is a one-handed sword. It is generaly smaller and inflicts less damage than a longsword of the same material, but is lighter, cheaper, and has a quicker attack speed. It generally has a (20%) faster attack speed and (20%) shorter reach. The shorter reach makes it easier to avoid accidentally hitting friendly NPCs or creatures.

Weapon GoldIcon WeightIcon DamageIcon Health-icon Speed Reach
Rusty Iron Shortsword 5 8 5 56 1.2 0.8
Iron Shortsword 12 8 7 98
Fine Iron Shortsword 7 7.2 8 108
Steel Shortsword 40 10 9 144
Fine Steel Shortsword 55 9 10 158
Silver Shortsword 70 12 11 198
Dwarven Shortsword 145 14 13 260
Elven Shortsword 400 16 15 330
Glass Shortsword 550 18 17 408
Ebony Shortsword 900 20 19 494
Daedric Shortsword 1500 22 21 508

LongswordsEdit

The longsword is a one-handed sword. It is generally the heaviest, most damaging variant of one-handed blades (shortswords and daggers). Cutlasses fall under this section.

Weapon GoldIcon WeightIcon DamageIcon Health-icon Speed Reach
Iron Longsword 70 20 10 140 1.0 1.0
Fine Iron Longsword 90 18 11 154
Steel Longsword 120 24 12 192
Steel Cutlass 40 25 11 192
Fine Steel Longsword 140 21.6 13 211
Silver Longsword 160 28 14 252
Dremora Longsword 100 48 16 150
Dwarven Longsword 200 32 16 320
Elven Longsword 420 36 18 396
Glass Longsword 840 40 20 480
Ebony Longsword 1700 44 22 572
Daedric Longsword 3100 48 24 672

Two-handed swordsEdit

ClaymoresEdit

A claymore is a two-handed sword that is generally stronger and has more reach than its smaller, one-handed counterparts, although much heavier and slower.

Weapon GoldIcon WeightIcon DamageIcon Health-icon Speed Reach
Iron Claymore 40 22 12 168 0.8 1.3
Fine Iron Claymore 80 19.8 13 185
Steel Claymore 80 26 14 224
Fine Steel Claymore 190 23.4 15 246
Silver Claymore 130 23.2 16 288
Dremora Claymore 130 32 16 288
Dwarven Claymore 310 38 18 360
Elven Claymore 600 44 20 440
Glass Claymore 1150 50 22 528
Ebony Claymore 2200 56 24 624
Daedric Claymore 4000 62 26 728
  • "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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