What is the best stratigy to get a really high smithing level?

  1. Female redgaurd lvl 17

    User Info: Kaboble

    Kaboble - 3 years ago

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  1. If you're playing on Xbox360, making jewelry is the easiest method. Starting from Whiterun, there is place called halted Stream camp north-west of the city. It has a lot of iron ore and a book that teach the spell Transmute that turn iron ore to silver ore and silver ore to gold ore. Clear the camp and mine all the iron ore there. Get back your loot to Whiterun and go to the smelter next to the forge. You need two silver ore to make one silver ingot and you need to drop the silver ore or else, you're gonna make gold ore if you keep it in your inventory. Use the silver to make jewelry has silver is needed more with the kind of precious gems you get.

    ...or make iron daggers, your choice.

    User Info: FactoidHunter

    FactoidHunter (Expert) - 3 years ago 2   0


  1. The most efficient way to level is crafting jewelry and as you get more perk skills, try crafting bows. They require the smallest selection of items (usually two of that weapon type ore and an iron ore) and sell for the most of any weapon type considering the amount of ore needed. You can melt down any 15+ weight item from a dwemer ruin and make them into dwarven metal ingots. The exp from a crafted item correlates to its price.

    User Info: gunplagirl

    gunplagirl - 3 years ago 1   0
  2. Well the stradegy I use is just building iron daggers, the most known way, tho it does take hours for this method to get you up to 100 so if you don't have a ton of patience don't use this tactic.

    User Info: skunky465

    skunky465 - 3 years ago 0   0
  3. I had a ton both leather and since its so easy to get I just made leather bracers

    User Info: Dooklehammer

    Dooklehammer - 3 years ago 0   0
  4. Smith a crap load of daggers then sell them use those coins to buy more stuff to smith more.

    User Info: Q23rout20

    Q23rout20 - 3 years ago 0   0

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