List of Skyrim, Dawnguard and Dragonborn Weapons
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Form IDNameEditor NameDamageValueWeight
0200575EAetherial StaffDLC1LD_AetherialStaff012508
02014F0DAetherium CrestDLC1LD_AetheriumCrestNP810000
02014555Akaviri SwordDLC1AkaviriSword1130010
00043E1EAlessandra's DaggerFFRiften13ArkayDagger5101
0007E646Alteration StaffStaffTemplateAlteration058
000647ACAmren's Family SwordFavorAmrenIronSword7259
00034182Ancient Nord ArrowDraugrArrow1010
0001CB64Ancient Nord Battle AxeDraugrBattleAxe182822
0005BF07Ancient Nord Battle Axe of ColdEnchDraugrBattleAxeFrost01182822
0005BF06Ancient Nord Battle Axe of FrostEnchDraugrBattleAxeFrost02182822
0005BF08Ancient Nord Battle Axe of IceEnchDraugrBattleAxeFrost03182822
000302CAAncient Nord BowDraugrBow84512
000236A5Ancient Nord GreatswordDraugrGreatsword173518
0005BF09Ancient Nord Greatsword of ColdEnchDraugrGreatswordFrost01173518
Console CommandAddItem
Usageplayer.additem formID quantity
Exampleplayer.additem 139c0 100
DescriptionAddItem will add the specified quantity of any weapon to your inventory, using the weapon's Form ID. Leading zeroes in the IDs do not need to be typed in.
HelpYou can open the console in Skyrim on the PC by pressing the tilde ~ key. Using Skyrim's console will not affect Steam achievements. Always be careful when using the console!
DLC CodesThe first two digits of the Form IDs for DLC codes are shown in red. That's because these numbers will change based on your DLC and mod load order. The numbers shown are the default numbers with no user mods and all official DLC installed.

This page lists all of the Skyrim item codes (also known as Form IDs or Base IDs) for weapons, along with the stats you need to compare the amount of damage, the value and the weight of each weapon, so that you can easily add these weapons to your inventory.

Skyrim has more weapons than the average player will know what to do with. Most players will probably pick a favorite or two, and a favorite combat style, and never even try most of the weapons that the game has to offer.

Unlike previous Elder Scrolls title Oblivion, weapons are not damaged by use, eliminating the need to repair them. Instead, through Skyrim's crafting system, you have the ability to improve your weapons. This ruined some of the role playing realism that some players enjoyed in Oblivion, as weapons should be damaged as your character battles with enemies. On the positive side, Skyrim introduced the ability to dual wield one-handed weapons, and generally improved the combat system substantially.

The complexity of Skyrim's weapon choice lies in the abundance of combinations of weapon types, weapon materials or makes, enchantments and improved weapon grades or conditions. Weapon types that you can search for here include Arrow, Axe, Battleaxe, Bow, Club, Dagger, Greatsword, Mace, Pickaxe, Staff, Sword, War Axe and Warhammer. Weapon materials or makes that you can search for here include Ancient Nord, Blades, Bound, Daedric, Dwarven, Ebony, Elven, Falmer, Forsworn, Glass, Hunting, Imperial, Iron, Nightingale, Nord Hero, Orcish, Silver, Steel and Skyforge Steel.

Bethesda was not always consistent in their spelling. As long as you use the search terms above, you should find all the items. For example, if you search for "Battle Axe" you will only see a few items that were inconsistent. But if you search for "Battleaxe", you'll see a ton of items. For another example, they used the opposite spelling for "War Axe" as listed above, which will show you all of them, while "Waraxe" will not.

There are far too many enchantment types to mention, but you can use the filter above to see just enchanted weapons. The item grades or conditions of weapons include Fine, Superior, Exquisite, Flawless, Epic and Legendary, but please note that you cannot search for these here. Upgrading your weapon's condition is handled by the game logic - the incredible number of variances this would create would be too much to store and manage in the default set of weapons in the game's item database.

Skyrim has two ranged weapon types that require ammunition, or ammo - Bows, and Crossbows. Crossbows were added by Dawnguard, and will only be available if you have that DLC. Bows use Arrows for ammunition, and Crossbows use Bolts for ammunition. You can use the Ammunition filter, or search for "ammo", to see all the different types of Arrows and Bolts, their stats and their codes.

Skyrim's first DLC, Dawnguard, added the Crossbow weapon type, as well as the Aetherium, Dawnguard and Dragonbone weapon materials or makes.

Skyrim is an action-adventure role playing game created by Bethesda Softworks available for PC, Xbox and PS3. The first two DLCs for this game, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, are available now for Xbox and PC. Console commands can only be used on the PC version of the game. Skyrim is © 2011 Bethesda Softworks LLC, a ZeniMax Media company.