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Revision as of 12:35, December 29, 2016

For other uses, see Daedra Heart.

Locations

A few are found in quests to obtain Daedric artifacts, while others can be found in random apothecary satchels and on necromancers. They can also be obtained as loot by killing Daedra.

Recurring

Random and recurring

  • Alchemy shops may have up to two Daedra Hearts in stock as early as character Level 2.
    • May also have one in their personal inventory, which may be pickpocketed.
  • Any Apothecary's Satchels in the game may contain one, though very rare.
  • Dead Dremora usually drop one.
  • Any enemy spellcasters may drop one, but only rarely. The more powerful the spellcaster, the higher the chance.
  • Drelas' Cottage, one may sometimes be found in the containers.
  • One may be found on a dead alchemist in a random encounter.
  • Vigilants of Stendarr may drop one, though it is rare.
  • Loot on Hagravens, though rarely.
  • In Dawnguard, a trip to the Soul Cairn can yield many hearts, as nearly every chest contains one, and many of the enemies here have a chance to drop one.

One-time only

Quests

Coated in Blood

Moth gro-Bagol, a blacksmith in the Understone Keep, will ask the Dragonborn to locate a Daedra heart in exchange for a piece of light or heavy armor.

The Cursed Tribe

Atub, an Orsimer mage in Largashbur, will ask for a Daedra heart, along with one troll fat.

Potions

Main article: Potions (Skyrim)
Restore Health Damage Stamina Regen Damage Magicka Fear

† multiple effects, may be affected by the perk Purity.

Crafting

Daedra Hearts can be made at the Atronach Forge with the following ingredients:

The Sigil Stone is not consumed with the crafting of the Daedra Heart.

Daedra Hearts are also used in crafting Daedric Armor and Daedric weapons at the Atronach Forge.

Daedra Hearts are used in Smithing to create Daedric armor and Daedric weapons.

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 one of only five alchemical ingredients to also have a use in Smithing, the others being Void Salts, Ectoplasm, Bone Meal and Netch Jelly.

Appearances

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