Skyrim:Dawnguard Items

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Dawnguard

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This page documents the new items added by the Dawnguard add-on. Only minimal summary information is provided on this page; please use the links provided for details on each individual item. Most new items added by the Dawnguard add-on do not have their own individual pages, but are instead added to the appropriate preexisting page (i.e., all new vampire equipment is added to Specialty Gear). A category listing of all new items added by Skyrim's Dawnguard add-on can be found here.

[edit] Alchemy

Ingredients

Potions

Recipes

[edit] Armor

  • Shellbug Helmet — Available as a craftable helmet, made using parts from the new Shellbug.
  • 11 pieces of new Falmer armor are available, which can be found here, with a DG distinguishing the newly-added content from content available in the original game.
  • 9 pieces of Dawnguard armor are newly available, listed here.
  • 5 pieces of base vampire and Vampire Lord armor are newly available, listed here.
    • In addition, 16 enchanted versions of Vampire Armor are listed in the appropriate sections on this page, with a DG distinguishing the newly-added content from content available in the original game.

[edit] Artifacts

[edit] Books

23 new books and 27 notes and letters have been added by the add-on, many of which are related to new quests. A category listing of books, notes, and letters can be found here. 8 newly added spell tomes are not listed on this page, as they are covered on the Dawnguard Magic page.

[edit] Clothing

4 pieces of vampire clothing are newly available, listed here. In addition, these items have been newly added to the game:

[edit] Jewelry

Amulets

Rings

[edit] Weapons


Additionally, these weapons have been newly added to the game:

  • 11 bolts (for use with crossbows) have been newly added by the add-on, listed here. One of these, the Test Bolt, is not available for player use.
  • 4 types of base crossbows have been newly added to the game; information for these is listed here.
    • In addition, 32 enchanted versions are listed in the appropriate sections on this page, with a DG distinguishing the newly-added content from content available in the original game.
  • 9 new dragonbone weapons can be crafted from dragon bones. Information on these new weapons can found here.
  • 9 new staves have been added by the add-on. The enchantments on 8 of these staves are identical to staves of the same name available in the original game, but their appearance is different. The exception is the Staff of Ruunvald, which is unique.

[edit] Other Items

Quest items which don't fit into any of the above categories include:

Items which have known uses, but don't fit into the above categories include:

These miscellaneous items (with no known use) have been added to the game:

These pieces of jewelry have been added by Dawnguard, but are unattainable by the player through any standard means.

[edit] Notes

  • The Elder Scroll available in the original game is renamed to "Elder Scroll (Dragon)" when the Dawnguard add-on is installed, and is used for the quest Seeking Disclosure.
  • The Werewolf Pelt, which existed in the original game but could not be obtained without console commands, can now be found in Volkihar Keep in Harkon's quarters.
  • Standard arrows present in the original game can now be crafted using Firewood and the appropriate metal ingot. The appropriate Smithing perks are necessary to craft each variety of arrow, but they still cannot be tempered.

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