What pre-requisites are there for crafting Stalhrim items?

  • What pre-requisites are there for crafting Stalhrim items? SpaceBison

    No massive spoilers, but to be safe....:

    I've been playing the excellent Dragonborn expansion and have just done "the quest" where I am supposedly allowed to use Stalhrim, or have been granted permission to use the forge in Skaal village to make stuff with it - however I don't know what I am supposed to do - there is no option at the blacksmith at either the forge, or with the guy who runs it, but I am carrying 5x of what looks more stalhrim ore.

    My assumption is that I either need to do something to turn the ore into ingots (Smelter doesn't give me any options, so I feel this is less likely), or, I need to reach a particular level in Smithing - I'm playing as a brand new character and only level 22 currently and my smithing skill is in the mid 50s

    Can anyone shed any light on the exact requirements? I feel like I've done a fair chunk of the DLC already so I'd quite like to use some of the unique items on what remains.

  • It requires the perk ebony Smithing. It does not need to be smelted; it is used as-is.

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