The Elder Scrolls Online: Blacksmithing – Metalworking

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Metalworking I: Allows the use of Iron Ingots.
Metalworking II: Allows the use of Steel Ingots.
Metalworking III: Allows the use of Orichalcum Ingots.
Metalworking IV: Allows the use of Dwarven Ingots.
Metalworking V: Allows the use of Ebony Ingots.
Metalworking VI: Allows the use of Calcinium Ingots.
Metalworking VII: Allows the use of Galatite Ingots.
Metalworking VIII: Allows the use of Quicksilver Ingots.
Metalworking IX: Allows the use of Voidstone Ingots.
Metalworking X: Allows the use of Rubedite Ingots.

Metalworking Metalworking
Skill Rank Line Rank
Rank I 1
Rank II 5
Rank III 10
Rank IV 15
Rank V 20
Rank VI 25
Rank VII 30
Rank VIII 35
Rank IX 40
Rank X 50

Metalworking determines the quality of Blacksmithing items you can make. This includes melee weapons and Heavy Armor. You start with one free point already in this skill, allowing the crafting of Iron weapons and armor.

The materials used to craft Blacksmithing items are as follows:

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