Go to Yngvild and find the schematic for the shield lying on the ground next to a table near the end of the dungeon. With this schematic, you can now craft a Hylian Shield. Go to the Skyforge.
For the heavy Hylian Shield, you will need: The schematic from Yngvild in your inventory The Elven Smithing Perk 1 firewood 1 gold ingot 3 steel ingots 1 leather strip 4 Blue mountain flowers 2 Red Mountain flowers
This shield is about as strong as a Dwarven Shield
For the Light Hylian Shield, you will need: The schematic from Yngvild in your inventory The Elven Smithing Perk 1 firewood 1 gold ingot 3 quicksilver ingots 1 leather strip 4 Blue mountain flowers 2 Red Mountain flowers
This shield is as strong as an Elven Shield.
To improve the shield to its best possible strength, go to Valthume and find a bloodstained note by a skeleton lying on a table in a pool of blood near the end of the dungeon. The note's instructions are summarized as follows:
Go to the Skyforge.
You will need: The Quick Reflexes Perk from the Block tree The Arcane Blacksmith Perk The Advanced Armors Perk 1 courage scroll 1 circle of protection scroll 1 banish daedra scroll 1 luna moth wing
These ingredients will make an enchanted Hylian Shield as strong as a dragonplate shield. The improved shield has a new enchantment called Blessing of Hylia, exclusive to the shield: 40% Fortify Block 40% resist fire 25% resist frost 25% resist shock 25% resist magic 25% resist poison 25% resist disease
To corrupt the shield, you first need to craft a normal Hylian Shield Then combine it at the Skyforge with - Bone meal - Filled Black soul gem while knowing the Raise Zombie spell and having the Elven Smithing perk.
You can "Awaken" this corrupt shield with - a scroll or spell tome of fear - a daedra heart - Filled Black soul gem while knowing the Reanimate Corpse spell and having the Quick Reflexes, Advanced Armors, and Arcane Blacksmith perks.
Author: JKalenad, CaptainRC
Minimum version of the patch, which is necessary for this modification - 1.7.
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