Dwarven refers to things of Dwemer origin. All examples encountered are thousands of years old, the pieces scavenged from abandoned Dwarf Mechanizations sometimes found in ancient Dwemer ruins. These weapons are easily identified by the characteristic fork on the bottom of their hilt and their golden color. Dwarven weapons begin appearing randomly in the world and on opponents after level 6.
|Weapon||Weapon Type||Base Value||Weight||Base Damage||Health||Speed||Reach|
|Dwarven Battle Axe||Blunt, two-hand||320||48||18||360||0.8||1.2|
|Dwarven Claymore||Blade, two-hand||450||38||18||360||0.8||1.3|
|Dwarven Dagger||Blade, one-hand||140||6||11||220||1.4||0.6|
|Dwarven Longsword||Blade, one-hand||310||32||16||320||1.0||1.0|
|Dwarven Mace||Blunt, one-hand||220||27||16||320||0.9||1.0|
|Dwarven Shortsword||Blade, one-hand||320||14||13||260||1.2||0.8|
|Dwarven War Axe||Blunt, one-hand||24||14||280||1.1||0.8|
|Dwarven Warhammer||Blunt, two-hand||430||57||20||400||0.7||1.3|
- "Base Value" refers to the actual value without mercantile or disposition affecting it.
- "Max. Damage" refers to the maximum amount of damage an item can do, assuming maximum stats and skill.
- "Health" refers to a weapon's durability, "speed" refers to a weapon's attack speed, and "reach" refers to how close an opponent must be in order to be struck with a weapon.