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Ore

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There are a number of types of ore and mineral deposits which can be mined from veins or just found lying around. Most of these can be made into usable form with a Smelter.


Image Name Weight Value Use
Clay.png
Clay [1] 1 1 Used in building foundations and walls
CorundumOre.png
Corundum Ore 1 20 2 pieces can be smelted into a Corundum Ingot
EbonyOre.png
Ebony Ore 1 60 2 pieces can be smelted into an Ebony Ingot
GoldOre.png
Gold Ore 1 50 2 pieces can be smelted into a Gold Ingot
HeartStone.png
Heart Stone [2] 1 100 Can be used to enchant previously unenchanted staves, or
to keep conjured Ash Guardians from becoming hostile
IronOre.png
Iron Ore 1 6 1 piece can be smelted into an Iron Ingot, or
transmuted into a piece Silver Ore
MalachiteOre.png
Malachite Ore 1 30 2 pieces can be smelted into a ingot of Refined Malachite
MoonstoneOre.png
Moonstone Ore 1 30 2 pieces can be smelted into a ingot of Refined Moonstone
OrichalcumOre.png
Orichalcum Ore 1 20 2 pieces can be smelted into an Orichalcum Ingot
QuarriedStone.png
Quarried Stone [1] 1 2 Use in building foundations, floors and roofs
QuicksilverOre.png
Quicksilver Ore 1 25 2 pieces can be smelted into a Quicksilver Ingot
SilverOre.png
Silver Ore 1 25 2 pieces can be smelted into a Silver Ingot, or
1 piece can be transmuted into a piece Gold Ore
Stalhrim.png
Stalhrim [2] 1 200 Used to craft Stalhrim armor and weapons

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Only in Hearthfire DLC, cannot be smelted
  2. 2.0 2.1 Only in Dragonborn DLC, cannot be smelted