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==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
 
*Daedra Hearts are similar in appearance to Human Hearts, though there are more arteries on the Daedra Heart, in addition to its deeper red color.
 
*Daedra Hearts are similar in appearance to Human Hearts, though there are more arteries on the Daedra Heart, in addition to its deeper red color.
*Daedra Hearts are one of only seven alchemical ingredients to also have a use in Smithing, the others being [[Void Salts (Skyrim)|Void Salts]], [[Ectoplasm (Skyrim)|Ectoplasm]], [[Fire Salts (Skyrim)|Fire Salts]], [[Frost Salts (Skyrim)|Frost Salts]], [[Bone Meal]] and [[Netch Jelly]].
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*Daedra Hearts are one of only seven alchemical ingredients to also have a use in Smithing, the others being [[Void Salts (Skyrim)|Void Salts]], [[Ectoplasm (Skyrim)|Ectoplasm]], [[Fire Salts]], [[Frost Salts (Morrowind)|Frost Salts]], [[Bone Meal]] and [[Netch Jelly]].
   
 
==Appearances==
 
==Appearances==
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