The Dwarven Sphere Centurion Arrow is an arrow found in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It is located within a display case with an expert-level lock in the Dwemer Museum in Markarth. This is the arrow that is used by the Dwarven Spheres located within Dwemer ruins throughout Skyrim.


The arrow is unobtainable without console commands, although the option to "Steal" appears if the crosshair is moved over the arrow. As with the giant club, if a follower is ordered to take the arrow, it will disappear, but not be listed in the follower's inventory. However, when the follower then uses a bow in the future they will use these arrows and missed shots can be found on the ground. These duplicate arrows can be moved by holding down the 'Use' key, but still cannot be taken. It is most likely that it was for a decorative purpose, much like the ceremonial armor pieces in Oblivion.


Centurion Sphere Arrow Display

The arrow on display

The Dwarven Sphere Centurion Arrow can be found in Calcelmo's Dwemer Museum, in the Understone Keep, which is located in Markarth.


  • These arrows have a red coloration on the head of the arrow, unlike other dwarven arrows.


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  •  360   The Dwarven Sphere Centurion Arrow can be obtained through a rare glitch, but is still unequippable. Attempting to drop it will give no results, and the arrow will be permanently locked in the Dragonborn's inventory.

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