Skyrim: Guide to Dawnguard’s Dragonbone Weapons

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Dragonbone Weapons Guide

Dragonbone Weapons Guide With the first expansion for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim releasing this week as Dawnguard became available on Xbox Live (timed 3o-day Microsoft exclusive), there are quite a few details to examine. Outside of the obvious inclusion of new quest content and the ability to become a vampire lord with a new skill tree, there are a lot of little cool additions that haven't received as much attention. Yes, Dawnguard finally brings Crossbows back to The Elder Scrolls franchise, and it adds a few cool new Dragon Shouts, but it also lets players craft mighty Dragonbone weapons. Let's see what's now available to smith in Skyrim.

Dragonbone Arrow

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Arrows Dawnguard allows players the ability to craft all arrow types, and the Dragonbone arrows may be the most costly.
  • Base Damage - 25
  • Weight - 0
  • Value - 9
  • Ingredients: 1 Dragon Bone

Dragonbone Battleaxe

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Battleaxe The Dragonbone Battleaxe is one of two weapons (along with the Warhammer) that requires 2 Ebony Ingots.
  • Base Damage - 26
  • Weight - 30
  • Value - 3,000
  • Ingredients: 3 Dragon Bones, 2 Ebony Ingots, 2 Leather Strips

Dragonbone Bow

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Bow The Dragonbone Bow reloads at the same speed as the Orcish Bow, and can do more damage than the Daedric Bow, but arrows have a little less range.
  • Base Damage - 20
  • Weight - 20
  • Value - 2,725
  • Ingredients: 2 Dragon Bones, 1 Ebony Ingot

Dragonbone Dagger

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Dagger High damage, low ingredient requirements, make the Dragonbone dagger a great dual-wielding option for fast-moving close combat specialists.
  • Base Damage - 12
  • Weight - 6.5
  • Value - 600
  • Ingredients: 1 Dragon Bone, 1 Leather Strip

Dragonbone Greatsword

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Greatsword
If the film Braveheart had more dragons, Mel Gibson's William Wallace would wield this.
  • Base Damage - 25
  • Weight - 27
  • Value - 2,725
  • Ingredients: 4 Dragon Bones, 1 Ebony Ingot, 3 Leather Strips

Dragonbone Mace

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Mace What better way to repay a dragon for their bones than to hit them over the head with a blunt object.
  • Base Damage - 17
  • Weight - 22
  • Value - 2,000
  • Ingredients: 2 Dragon Bones, 1 Ebony Ingot, 1 Leather Strip

Dragonbone Sword

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Sword The Dragonbone Sword is the mainstay of the Dragonbone arsenal and is relatively cheap to craft in terms of required ingredients.
  • Base Damage - 15
  • Weight - 19
  • Value - 1,500
  • Ingredients: 1 Dragon Bone, 1 Ebony Ingot, 1 Leather Strip

Dragonbone War Axe

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone War Axe The Dragonbone War Axe can be made instead of the Dragonbone Sword for one more leather strip, giving +1 base damage in exchange for +2 in weight.
  • Base Damage - 16
  • Weight - 21
  • Value - 1,700
  • Ingredients: 1 Dragon Bone, 1 Ebony Ingot, 2 Leather Strips

Dragonbone Warhammer

Skyrim Dawnguard Dragonbone Warhammer The Dragonbone Warhammer is the heaviest weapon, is one of only two weapons that require 2 Ebony Ingots, and has the highest resale value.
  • Base Damage - 28
  • Weight - 33
  • Value - 4,275
  • Ingredients: 3 Dragon Bones, 2 Ebony Ingots, 3 Leather Strips

Conclusion

Dragonbone Weapons Guide While the ability to craft weapons using the spoils from Dragon hunting is a welcome addition to Skyrim, the costs of doing so are very high, not just in terms of raw materials. In order to craft any of the Dragonbone weapons, players must max out the smithing skill at 100 along with the Dragon Armor perk. For most players who don't specialize in smithing and/or selling crafted goods, it may be a better option to find weapons drops from high-level enemies or to get the random drop from The Keepers in Soul Cairn. Either way, the smithing of arrows is awesome and the Dragonbone weapons add another goal for players. Big thanks to ActaBunniFOOFOO for offering a great look at the weapons in-game. - Follow me on Twitter @rob_keyes.
TAGS: Bethesda, PC, PS3, Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls, Xbox 360

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  1. And not to mention, improving the weapons and enchanting them with a black soul gem. :)

    • doesnt matter if its black or grand ;) the highest level of soul is grand

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  2. How about a gem that reduces the 1600 MS points ?

    • That would require an impressive Dragon Shout.

  3. Da fuq is up with that Khajiit being nude

  4. rly Beth….the ES series was built on the pc,morrowind and oblivion made you the empire you are today. and then you just forget about the people who built your company? yea it was the pc crowd….. dam at 15 I got a job and worked my butt off for over a YEAR just so i could build a gaming computer to play morowind ,and a good amount of my friends did the same. I have bought every game you guys have ever come out with ,I even build a retro pc to play arena. thank you beth for showing how you care about fairweather fans over die hards

    • Dude, it’s only a month. You can wait.

    • work harder so you can get a console as well and stop your whining.

      • console graphics suck

  5. Is it just me, or do these look kinda lame compared even to the armature modders on the nexus and workshop?……

    • I’m with you, the Dragonbone weapon mods look a thousand times better than these, not to mention arrows should have been craftable in the vanilla game.

  6. Seen the Dragon Bone weapons they added, wasn’t impressed compared to the Dragon Bone weapons mod for the PC I’ve seen. the Warhammer is way more epic, the mace is similar, the Bow is better, the Swords overall rule compared to the official ones, the arrows from the official DLC are better but the process of making the arrows is better from the mod. as for Crossbows, never used them.

  7. awsome, cant wait to rock a full set of dragon armour and weapons

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