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hey quick question that im hoping someone can answer for me. so we all know that if you purchase the imp ed you get imp ed perks. one of which is an armor style exclusive to imp ed owners.

ok so heres the question, lets say i make a breton, will i startthe game knowing both breton style AND imp style?

breton for the race and imp because i bought it right?

or do i have to play as an imp to make imp armor?


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Characters only know how to automatically craft armor styles of their race. So if your Breton wants to learn to smith Imperial, you need to find the Imperial Motif book.


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No, you can make Imp-style from the get-go, others that don't have Imp Ed need to find the book.
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(March 28th 2014, 03:48 AM)Tabbycat Wrote: Characters only know how to automatically craft armor styles of their race. So if your Breton wants to learn to smith Imperial, you need to find the Imperial Motif book.

idk if you understood my question. . .

lets say you bought the imp ed. but you dont want to play as imp so you make another race. because you bought the imp, you are entitled to know how to craft in imp style yes? well if you play as a race other than imp, then you will know that style right off the bat yes?

so does that mean that if i am an imp ed purchaser, i can roll an altmer and know altmer style AND imp style right from the start of the game?

seems like if this is the case, imps are getting shafted as the only imp ed owners that will only know one syle at the start of the game


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You don't get the style from the start if you don't make an imperial, but you can right click the item and convert it to imperial style if you own the imperial edition.


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With the Imperial Edition, you can convert any styled gear to Imperial, but it will be bound to your character. To create gear that is not bound to you, you have to learn how to craft it. I think those without the Imperial Edition cannot learn how.
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I think your going to get an Imperial "costume" piece that you can use to transform any gear into Imperial style.

I think the Imperial crafting style will have to be learned like others.
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(March 28th 2014, 01:30 PM)DeadMetal Wrote: I think your going to get an Imperial "costume" piece that you can use to transform any gear into Imperial style.

I think the Imperial crafting style will have to be learned like others.

It's not an item, but an option when right-clicking most gear.
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(March 28th 2014, 01:54 PM)Nemox Wrote:
(March 28th 2014, 01:30 PM)DeadMetal Wrote: I think your going to get an Imperial "costume" piece that you can use to transform any gear into Imperial style.

I think the Imperial crafting style will have to be learned like others.

It's not an item, but an option when right-clicking most gear.

Exactly, so it's only for your own gear. If you wanted to craft gear to trade with other players, you'd have to learn the Imperial Racial Motif book unless you are playing an Imperial character.


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