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PC Disenchanting Better Enchanted Items?

Discussion in 'Skyrim Help' started by Matthew, Dec 16, 2011.

  1. Matthew Vokteraven

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    So. When I first started playing I disenchanted a helmet that gave me 13% more Bow damage. As I have continued playing I've found a helmet that gives me 35% + bow damage...But, I cannot disenchant this item because I have already learned the enchantment...but it's for only 13% more bow damage. Is there any way I can get the 35% instead of 13% Or am I screwed...?
  2. Matthew Vokteraven

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    I hope what I said made sense. If it doesn't, just say.
  3. Dagmar Defender of the Bunnies of Skyrim

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    You don't learn stronger versions of an enchantment by disenchanting stronger enchanted items, you just learn the enchantment type. The strength of the enchantment you can place on an an item is based on your Enchantment skill and perks, the size of the Soul Gem/Soul you use to enchant the item, and the strength of the Fortify Enchantment potion you are using while enchanting (if you should choose to use one).
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  4. Matthew Vokteraven

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    Thanks.
  5. Agincourt 'Cry God for Harry, England and Saint George!'

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    Just to add to this (an excellant answer btw Dag's) always D/E the lowest items you can find and sell the higher lvl stuff if ya can

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