This page needs some serious table editing to bring it in line with current wiki style. I have started on it but as re-writig tables is a pain, if anyone else feells like working on it please do. DLanyon (talk) 07:22, December 3, 2011 (UTC)
- I think they should be in here as well. In the ingame menu they are in the weapons menu as well. Plus they have all the aspects of normal weapons. The effect of the staff will be at the place where the enchantments of other weapons would be listed. I think this would work out: User:Flightmare/sandbox/Dragon Priest Staff. ~ Flightmare (talk) 19:40, December 29, 2011 (UTC)
Personally Ii think Staves should have their own page as they are a distinct class of items. Whereas all i have seen have a physical damage of 0. I took a look around and there are a couple of pages Staff and Skyrim Staves up. A page for staves could be Staff (Skyrim) to match current naming. --DLanyon (talk) 12:27, December 14, 2011 (UTC)
Phantom Sword nonsenseEdit
Can someone higher up than me do something about that Phantom Sword (not Ghostblade, but 'Phantom Sword' which is listed as having 1 damage) and its non-sense article it links to? It's a test weapon it seems, with no ingame graphic, definately not looted or found ingame through normal means. The article it links to is filled with strange information, a non-ingame image and a load of non-sense aswell. I didn't want to edit it out of this article because the importance of this article seems to be high, I don't know if it is my place to do so as a normal wiki user. Saratje (talk) 23:35, February 15, 2012 (UTC)
Weapons maximum damage Edit
I was wondering if weapons have a cut off point in the damage they inflict, the same with armor where the maximum damage reduction is at 567 or 80% damage reduction. Can someone clarify on this for me? Thanks [by: Alien]
126.96.36.199 12:45, June 26, 2012 (UTC)
Separate Table for Weapons in Dawnguard please?Edit
Just so all the people who play Skyrim without Dawnguard can look through their weapons, and people who play Dawnguard can look at their special weapons without having to sift through those in Skyrim. AS in, if I wanted to look at the weapons JUST IN DAWNGUARD, I could. Likewise, if I wanted to look at weapons JUST IN SKYRIM, I could.
- I dont see why another table should be added. Skyrim and Dawnguard are the same game, one is just an expansion pack. besides, the Dawnguard weapons are already listed with a (*). 188.8.131.52 01:31, July 24, 2012 (UTC)
The introductory paragraph is missing a ")" after the Dawnguard comment - I would fix but I don't have edit rights.