Does using a sword and spell count as dual wielding?

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  • Does using a sword and spell count as dual wielding? user9983

    In the one handed weapon perk tree, there are perks that make dual wielding more effective. Will the bonuses from these perks apply when I am using a weapon in one hand and a spell in the other?

  • Nope. This perk will only apply if you have a weapon in each hand.

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