WITH THIS APP
1) Plan out all of your enchantments for each piece of clothing, armor, or weapon.
2) Calculate the strength of your enchantments based on your build options.
3) Keep track of which enchantments your character has learned.
4) Compare anything you've looted with what you would be able to create yourself.
5) Know that your enchantments are at maximum effectiveness.
6) Do "what if" scenarios with perks you don't have yet to see if they are worth it to you.
WHAT OTHERS HAVE SAID ABOUT THIS APP
"...amazing from first release but each update somehow makes it even better- a fantastic tool for those who use enchantments or for those who would like to."
"This is a must purchase for Skyrim. Use it constantly. The app helped me understand the process of enchanting and why its necessary to advance in the game."
"Must have app for skyrim. Very useful and well made"
"If you play this game this app is a must have."
"If you have bought the Alchemy app then you know exactly what to expect as its just as good, brilliant."
"Would highly recommend"
"...great for keeping a log of what enchants you have, also allows you to see what strength effect you can get with your skill and how getting more skill or perks would effect there strengths."
"Easy to use and thorough, accurate info."
"Really useful app"
"Before this app, I did my enchantment planning with a really awkward excel sheet. This not only avoids that, but also calculates the effects of the enchantments based on your stats. Combined with the author's Alchemy app, these are everything you need to make truly epic equipment."
"Phenomenally helpful app!"
"...it's super great. Don't think, don't ponder, just buy it because you will not be disappointed."
"The checklist for known enchantments is especially nice for scatterbrained folk like myself."
"Either for the casual player who needs some help or for the min/maxer that has to eke that last percentage out if their equipment"
"Exactly the kind of organized information you need to get the most out of your enchanting experiments."
"The ability to instantly find out if I should disenchant right away or wait until I can craft a stronger version"
Like its predecessor, the Skyrim Alchemist Guide, this guide will undoubtedly see many updates in response to feedback and requests from the users.
So get it, try it, and let me know what you think.
(there is a button to "Email the Author" from within the app)
- many improvements have been implemented including:
* saving multiple outfits.
* previewing the strength of enchantments during selection.
* iPad support.
* other misc improvements.
-added Notched Pickaxe
-added Fiery Soul Trap
-renamed "Light Damage" to "Silent Moons Enchant"
-added Soul Gem Size Reference for all creatures
-fixed description of Fortify Magic
-fixed Resist Shock on gloves
Vampire Edition: added vampire-specific help for vampire characters. Also...
-Added hints for maximizing enchanting
-Increased potion strength to max 57%
-Added new perks to profile that affect enchanting
-Add note about 'Blessing of Mara' enchantment
* toggle between shield or dual wield
* calculated values in are displayed in bold
* added "Aspect of Terror" illusion perk
* added a "clear all" button
* made help page easier to read
* update creature souls chart for gem sizes
* Multiple Character profiles
* Updated Soul Gem Chart
* Dragonborn update
* Chaos Damage
* Seeker of Sorcery
* New updated tips
* bug fix for iPad Pro users
"ZeniMax Media Inc. does not endorse, promote, or warrant the accuracy or quality of the products or services offered by Alan Cave. THE ELDER SCROLLS® and SKYRIM® are trademarks owned by ZeniMax Media Inc."
Bug fix affecting iPad Pro users only.
Name change to comply with iTunes policy.
Ratings and Reviews
Awesome work (also, Ahzidal RULES)!
Your app is incredibly helpful!
However, I believe you missed an enchantment: Fortify Barter.
Still works on iOS 10, 6+
Now that Skyrim Remaster is coming out for the new generation of consoles (PS4, Xbox One, and PC's) I thought I'd check to see if the old app (having not been updated since 2013) still worked. It does currently work on my iPhone 6 Plus running iOS 10. It's still the best companion to the game as you can note what enchantments you already have when selling items to a vendor or debating whether or not to purchase a magic item from a store (do I have the paralyze enchantment yet?) The alternative to this app is writing down on paper what you have and need, or running to an enchanted in-game to check. This app also allows you to enter your skills and buffs to see beforehand what strength enchantments you can make. Overall would highly recommend downloading.
Nifty app, but maybe not a necessity
This app is one of the best (if not the best) app I know of for enchanting in skyrim. It lets you catalogue the enchantments you know which is nice. It also asks for all available and relevant information for enchanting and calculates their effects so you don't have to. Probably the best feature of the app is one which lets you plan out a full set of enchanted gear and see what the net effect is. It might not be worth the money for those who don't mind the extra work to do everything by hand or for those who aren't too serious about enchanting. A convenient app. However, not nearly a necessity like the maker's alchemy app. But If you have an extra $2, I'd say go for it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.