For other uses, see Stalhrim Weapons.

Stalhrim weapons are a set of weapons added in The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn.

They are a high-tier set that complements the heavy and light Stalhrim armor sets. Their damage output is comparable to Ebony weaponry, but they weigh less. They can be found as randomized loot, bought, or crafted.

Smithing[edit | edit source]

Forging stalhrim weapons requires completion of the quest "A New Source of Stalhrim," a Smithing level of 80, and the Ebony Smithing perks to create. They can be forged at a blacksmith's forge with the following components:

They can be upgraded with a chunk of Stalhrim at a grindstone and benefit from the Ebony Smithing perk, which doubles the improvement.

Enchanting[edit | edit source]

Frost Damage and Chaos Damage enchantments are 25% stronger when placed on items crafted from Stalhrim. This effect is identical to the "Frost Enchanter" perk from the Enchanting skill tree.

Attributes by piece[edit | edit source]

Name Damage DamageIcon.png Weight WeightIcon.png Gold Gold Stalhrim Leather Strips Firewood ItemID
Stalhrim Battleaxe 24 25 2150 5 2 - xx01cdb4
Stalhrim Bow 17 15 1800 3 - - xx026231
Stalhrim Dagger 10 4.5 395 1 1 - xx01cdb5
Stalhrim Greatsword 23 21 1970 5 3 - xx01cdb6
Stalhrim Mace 16 18 1375 3 1 - xx01cdb7
Stalhrim Sword 13 14 985 2 1 - xx01cdb8
Stalhrim War Axe 15 16 1180 2 2 - xx01cdb9
Stalhrim Warhammer 26 29 2850 5 3 - xx01cdba
Stalhrim Arrow 20 0 7 1 - 1 xx026239

† Crafting Stalhrim arrows requires Dawnguard and Dragonborn to be installed. Each recipe yields 24 arrows.

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