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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Wiki Guide

GLASS ARMOR / ITEMS
Ingredients
NameDMG/AMR
Weight
Value
1 Leather, 3 Leather Strips, 4 Refined Malachites, 4 Refined Moonstones
Glass Armor (Light)
42
7
900 1 Leather, 2 Leather Strips, 2 Refined Malachites, 1 Refined Moonstone Glass Boots (Light)
12
2
190 1 Leather, 2 Leather Strips, 1 Refined Malachite, 1 Refined Moonstone Glass Gauntlets (Light)
12
2
190 1 Leather, 1 Leather Strip, 2 Refined Malachites, 1 Refined MoonstoneGlass Helmet (Light)
18
2
450 2 Leather Strips, 4 Refined Malachites, 1 Refined MoonstoneGlass Shield (Light)
30
6
450
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Glass Armor Crafting Guide

Glass Armor Set - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

This crafting guide will cover the Glass Armor set that can be made by utilizing the Smithing skill tree in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. In this guide, you will find a list of all five pieces of light armor, along with details about the items such as form id’s for using console commands, ingredient lists, and even profit margins to find out how many septums you can earn in the process of transforming the base ores into full pieces of armor.

Glass Armor is the second most protective form of light armor available to players through crafting in Skyrim, second only to Dragonscale. Due to the rarity of its ores versus Dragons to fight in the game, it can be harder to find the materials needed, Refined Moonstone and Refined Malachite, however there are certain specific locations you can travel to for significant supplies (working on a guide for that). Glass Weapons which are covered separately, are however the strongest in the light armor crafting groups of weapons. You should still try to progress to Daedric Weapons however even if not wanting to use the heavy armor since their power is unmatched in their own right.

*All Glass pieces require a single bar of Refined Malachite to upgrade in quality with the use of a Workbench.

Glass Armor

Glass Chest Armor - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Chest Piece Light Armor

The Glass Armor consist of sheets of both Moonstone and Malachite layered over what seems to be a chain mail shirt with bronzed leather straps circling the upper arms. The golden Moonstone portions make up the central areas with detailed patterns over the abdominal section while the glass Malachite makes up the edges of the shoulder pads and several inlays on the chest portion.

Armor Stats

  • Weight: 7
  • Gold Value: 900
  • Gold per pound: 128.57
  • Base Armor Rating: 38
  • Form ID: 00013939

Glass Armor Ingredients List:

  • Refined Malachite x4
  • Refined Moonstone x2
  • Leather Strips x3
  • Leather x1

Value of Crafting Materials: 569 Gold
Profit Margin: +331 Gold (+58%)

Glass Boots

Glass Boots - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Foot Piece Light Armor

Moonstone makes up the core of the least profitable item of the set, the Glass Boots. These items contribute to the overall shine and decoration of the set with malachite feathers reminiscent of Hermes’ shoes (the Greek god) which is apt considering the light armor allows you to run faster.

Armor Stats

  • Weight: 2
  • Gold Value: 190
  • Gold per pound: 95
  • Base Armor Rating: 11
  • Form ID: 00013938

Glass Boots Ingredients List:

  • Refined Malachite x2
  • Refined Moonstone x1
  • Leather Strips x2
  • Leather x1

Value of Crafting Materials: 291 Gold
Profit Margin: -101 Gold (-35%)

Glass Gauntlets

Glass Gauntlets - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Hand Piece Light Armor

The Glass Gauntlets are made as one sheath of Moonstone that covers the forearms from damage while including a sliver of Malachite sandwiched between a slit on the top side. Leather gloves protect the hands themselves, with the transition to the harder armored portion occurring just bellow the knuckles. It would seem the sliver serves to either help reflect light into your attacker’s eyes or allow a failed punch to their dome to leave a nasty cut nonetheless were it to brush against them. In reality, it just adds to the decoration.

Armor Stats

  • Weight: 2
  • Gold Value: 190
  • Gold per pound: 95
  • Base Armor Rating: 11
  • Form ID: 0001393a

Glass Gauntlets Ingredients List:

  • Refined Malachite x1
  • Refined Moonstone x1
  • Leather Strips x2
  • Leather x1

Value of Crafting Materials: 191 Gold
Profit Margin: -1 Gold (-0.5%)

Glass Helmet

Glass Helmet - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Head Piece Light Armor

If Optimus Prime were an elf, he would probably wear one of these. The Glass Helmet has a close resemblance, at least in my opinion, the Autobot’s leader’s head, albeit with sleeker and more curved edges. The second most profitable armor piece to craft while also looking pretty sweet when it hides the face from sunlight, giving your character a fancily menacing look.

Armor Stats

  • Weight: 2
  • Gold Value: 450
  • Gold per pound: 225
  • Base Armor Rating: 16
  • Form ID: 0001393b

Glass Helmet Ingredients List:

  • Refined Malachite x2
  • Refined Moonstone x1
  • Leather Strips x1
  • Leather x1

Value of Crafting Materials: 288 Gold
Profit Margin: +162 Gold (+56%)

Glass Shield

Glass Shield - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Light Armor Shield

The Glass Shield is definitely the best looking piece of this whole set in my opinion. Primarily made of Malachite with a large patterned Moonstone inlay that seems to serve mostly to hold the glass portions together. Seriously worth taking an ogle at around noon when the sun hits it right. If it were polished a bit more it would probably be reflective enough to fry enemies with a concentrated sun-beam. Time for me to learn some Skyrim modding…

Armor Stats

  • Weight: 6
  • Gold Value: 450
  • Gold per pound: 75
  • Base Armor Rating: 16
  • Form ID: 0001393c

Glass Helmet Ingredients List:

  • Refined Malachite x4
  • Refined Moonstone x1
  • Leather Strips x2

Value of Crafting Materials: 481 Gold
Profit Margin: -31 Gold (-6%)

Last Updated on October 4, 2020 by Standard of Entertainment

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Skyrim:Malachite

A Refined Malachite Ingot

Malachite is a rare, semi-translucent green volcanic crystal. It is used to create high-quality glassweapons and light armor. As mentioned in the book Light Armor Forging, this glass bears no relation to the common, brittle type of glass used in windows and ornaments, or in the construction(HF) of houses. See the lore article for general information. The only Malachite mine in Skyrim is located in Steamscorch Mine, outside of Kynesgrove in Eastmarch.

Overview[edit]

  • 3 Malachite Ores are obtained by mining Malachite Ore Veins.
  • 1 Refined Malachite ingot is obtained by smelting 2 Malachite Ores.
  • Glass Smithing requires 70 Smithing skill.
  • Glass Armor is level 36 Light Armor, made from Refined Malachite, Refined Moonstone, Leather, and Leather Strips.
  • Glass weapons are level 27 weapons, made from Refined Malachite, Refined Moonstone, and Leather Strips.

Mineral Sources[edit]

In addition to the following guaranteed sources, the best random locations are:

  • Refined Malachite may be sold by blacksmiths starting at level 18 and general goods merchants starting at level 10.
  • Malachite Ore may be randomly found in Falmer loot starting at level 7.

These ore vein locations are also listed in the Malachite Veins category, and the exterior ore veins are shown on (map).

Glass Smithing[edit]

Glass Smithing is the third perk in the "light armor" branch of the Smithing skill's perk tree; if you have both Dragonborn and Dawnguard, it is the only perk that does not apply to any sort of heavy armor. Unlocking it requires a Smithing skill of 70, and the Advanced Armors perk must have already been unlocked. Glass Smithing allows both Glass Armor and Glass Weapons to be crafted.

The Glass Smithing perk also causes tempering of Glass weapons and armor to be twice as effective. This perk applies to both unenchanted Glass gear and enchanted gear (generic armor, generic weapons, or custom), as long as the Arcane Blacksmith perk has been unlocked. Tempering of a couple other items is also improved by Glass Smithing, namely: Chillrend and Grimsever.

Glass Armor[edit]

Glass armor is the third "best" light armor, behind Dragonscale and StalhrimDB light armor, although it offers worse armor per weight than Elven armor. It appears in leveled lists starting at level 36 (enchanted varieties at level 37). All items can be tempered using Refined Malachite, and having the Glass Smithing perk doubles the quality improvement. Notably, the glass shield is the lightest shield in the game that will reach maximum damage reduction against non-power attacks when using unfortifiedBlock.

A male Nordwearing Glass Armor

Glass Weapons[edit]

Glass Weapons are the fifth best weapons, behind Dragonbone, Daedric, StalhrimDB, and Ebony weapons. They appear in leveled lists starting at level 27 (enchanted varieties at level 28). All items except ammunition can be tempered using 1 Refined Malachite, and having the Glass Smithing perk doubles the quality improvement. Arrows can only be smithed if the Dawnguard add-on has been installed.

The base gold value used for all generic enchanted versions of the Glass Bow is 287 instead of 820. Similarly, enchanted Glass Swords have a base value of 205 instead of 410. This means that the enchanted weapons are 533 (bow) or 205 (sword) gold cheaper than they should be, and in several cases are cheaper than the unenchanted version. This bug is shared by several types of bow in the game.

Notes[edit]

  • Malachite Ore can be sold to Kjeld for the quest Mine Ore.
  • 1 Refined Malachite is needed to temper the dragon mask Otar.
  • 1 Refined Malachite is needed to temper the weapons Chillrend and Grimsever.
  • Ore veins (all types) sometimes do not respawn normally. See Mining (Bugs) and elsewhere on that article and its talk page.
  • The in-game material Malachite shares its name with the real life copper ore called malachite, Cu2CO3(OH)2. The Elder Scrolls' malachite was likely named after the real world material for the blue-green hue shared.
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Skyrim:Malachite

Glass Smithing is the third perk in the "light armor" branch of the Smithing skill's perk tree; if you have both Dragonborn and Dawnguard, it is the only perk that does not apply to any sort of heavy armor. Unlocking it requires a Smithing skill of 70, and the Advanced Armors perk must have already been unlocked. Glass Smithing allows both Glass Armor and Glass Weapons to be crafted.

The Glass Smithing perk also causes tempering of Glass weapons and armor to be twice as effective. This perk applies to both unenchanted Glass gear and enchanted gear (generic armor, generic weapons, or custom), as long as the Arcane Blacksmith perk has been unlocked. Tempering of a couple other items is also improved by Glass Smithing, namely: Chillrend and Grimsever.

Glass ArmorEdit

Glass armor is the third "best" light armor, behind Dragonscale and StalhrimDB light armor, although it offers worse armor per weight than Elven armor. It appears in leveled lists starting at level 36 (enchanted varieties at level 37). All items can be tempered using Refined Malachite, and having the Glass Smithing perk doubles the quality improvement. Notably, the glass shield is the lightest shield in the game that will reach maximum damage reduction against non-power attacks when using unfortifiedBlock.

A male Nordwearing Glass Armor

Glass WeaponsEdit

Glass Weapons are the fifth best weapons, behind Dragonbone, Daedric, StalhrimDB, and Ebony weapons. They appear in leveled lists starting at level 27 (enchanted varieties at level 28). All items except ammunition can be tempered using 1 Refined Malachite, and having the Glass Smithing perk doubles the quality improvement. Arrows can only be smithed if the Dawnguard add-on has been installed.

The base gold value used for all generic enchanted versions of the Glass Bow is 287 instead of 820. Similarly, enchanted Glass Swords have a base value of 205 instead of 410. This means that the enchanted weapons are 533 (bow) or 205 (sword) gold cheaper than they should be, and in several cases are cheaper than the unenchanted version. This bug is shared by several types of bow in the game.

NotesEdit

  • Malachite Ore can be sold to Kjeld for the quest Mine Ore.
  • 1 Refined Malachite is needed to temper the dragon mask Otar.
  • 1 Refined Malachite is needed to temper the weapons Chillrend and Grimsever.
  • Ore veins (all types) sometimes do not respawn normally. See Mining (Bugs) and elsewhere on that article and its talk page.
  • The in-game material Malachite shares its name with the real life copper ore called malachite, Cu2CO3(OH)2. The Elder Scrolls' malachite was likely named after the real world material for the blue-green hue shared.
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Skyrim glass armor

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Glass Armor 1/6 Scale Statue

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Glass Armor 1/6 Scale Statue

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In Elder Scrolls lore, Glass Armor is made using rare metals such as moonstone and malachite to create an armor stronger than steel. 

The fourth Statue in Gaming Head’s Skyrim range, The Glass Armour statue stand 16” tall in 1/6th scale and is cast in polystone resin and hand painted in order to show the finest details. 

The malachite-looking areas seen on the armor and the weapons are made of high quality transparent resin. The Glass Armour statue not only includes the suit, but is worn by the High Elf who holds a Glass Sword in his right hand and a Glass Shield in his left hand. He stands ready for action above the skull of a once mighty dragon. 

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I didn't invest in Blacksmithing at all since I am a mage. Where can I buy glass gloves and glass armor so I can enchant them? Thanks

Can't buy them, only smith them or hope for an epic drop. goodluck

Glass armor items will start appearing in merchants' stock from level 36. You can find it earlier than that as loot from dungeons/enemies, but nothing dependable.

They'll appear at any blacksmith once you're a high enough level. It's all random.

I managed to get them. I just waited 48 hours over and over at blacksmiths and I eventually got it. It took about 8 sleeps to get the gloves and armor.

Thanks!

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