From the elder scrolls viki Knowledge gained from the Lexicon confers a 25% bonus when wearing Dwarven armor and Smithing increases 15% faster. My question is wether or not it allows you to gain smithing faster or create better items and do i need to wear dwarven armor while smithing to apply the effect? From the same wiki Ancient Knowledge gives 25% armor bonus to all armor types except Dwarven armor. This can happen even after the official patch 18.104.22.168.8 that supposedly has the fix for the bug.
Aug 22, 2017 Version 1.9 - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Skyrim Version 1.9 was released on March 4, 2013 for Steam users and for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on April 8. Oct 24, 2013. Hello community! So, I got one for ya. I want to know how to edit the Ancient Knowledge 'active effect'. Seeing as Bethesda didn't fix.
The Unofficial Skyrim Patch seems to fix this. PC Even though the effect's description says it only improves how fast Smithing can level up, it may improve how far armor and weapons can be upgraded instead. Can You Install Mods On Arma 2 Free here. Originally posted by:Warriors Stone 20% Aetherial Crown w/ Lovers Stone 15% Ancient Knowledge 15% Sleeping Bonus 10% Lovers Comfort 15% Mother's Love 25% 100% Smithing Bonus Experience Though all the 3 last are sleeping bonus so dont know if they are stackable, if they arent then the bonus is: 75% Smithing Bonus Experience Lover's comfort is only 5% as the other 10% is sleeping bonus, so you counted sleeping bonus twice since lovers comfort and sleeping bonuses don't stack. I am not sure, but the Lovers comfort 15% bonus may actually be worse than sleeping bonus because it does not stack with the lovers stone so you probably lose the 10% sleeping bonus when you are married. Mother's love does not grant any experience bonus unless you are using some kind of mod. Unless I am wrong Mother's Love or Father's Love bonus only makes healing spells and potions more effective. I am not sure where you are getting that 25% bonus from.
Copy/paste from UESP * In a normal bed, you receive the Rested bonus, which confers a 5% bonus to skill increases. * In a bed that you own, you receive the Well Rested bonus, which gives you a 10% bonus to skill increases. This applies to beds in purchased houses and beds that you are allowed to sleep in in an inn. * If you are married and you sleep in the building where your spouse is, you receive the Lover's Comfort bonus, which is a 15% bonus to skill increases. * The Lover Stone provides this same 15% bonus permanently (unless you select another Standing Stone bonus), but it cannot be combined with any resting bonuses.
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