I may cut the top and then give Dry for two weeks and see what happens. I've used everything GH BUT the Maxi series, and Dry Koolbloom. I thought it was the same as liquid koolbloom just different PK ratio, but apparently it has "Finishers" in it.
I thought maybe I could use it in place of the Liquid Koolbloom before my buddy "Own a hydro shop" told me I was nuts. Not saying he couldn't be wrong because he owns a hydro shop, but that's what he told me. never noticed dry or wet , but i do use the pink powder kool bloom , it has its good points and works well , i do feel it might lack in b vitamins n such though , maybe not exactly that , but is lacking in something others have. anyone got an actual and full list of ingredients in it ? i switched to it due to its affordable price , but can say , even though it helps , i did get better results from others in the past , not a lot , but it is a difference , id definately recomend it over nothing at all , especially if you are on a low budget. never noticed dry or wet , but i do use the pink powder kool bloom , it has its good points and works well , i do feel it might lack in b vitamins n such though , maybe not exactly that , but is lacking in something others have. anyone got an actual and full list of ingredients in it ? FormID 000139AA Main article: Glass Weapons (Skyrim) For other uses, see Glass Warhammer.
Unenchanted glass warhammers will begin to appear throughout Skyrim at level 27, and enchanted warhammers can be found at level 28. These locations include: Blacksmiths and general goods merchants. Found as random loot in chests or as a world item throughout Skyrim. However, this is impossible to pick up, and as such, this may be an oversight, a glitch, or intentional as this variant appears to be for aesthetic purposes alone. A glass warhammer requires a Smithing level of 70 and the Glass Smithing perk to create. It can be forged at a blacksmith's forge with the following components: It can be upgraded with a refined malachite ingot at a grindstone. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. Fandom may earn an affiliate commission on sales made from links on this page. There’s nothing quite like taking out hordes of undead with a warhammer, although players who use this weapon type are fairly rare. Warhammers have exceptional damage but they require two hands to wield, as well as having a slow attack speed. This results in a walking juggernaut, get too close to a warhammer wielder and you’ll pay the price. You’ve defied the odds and want to make a powerful warhammer using Dragonborn eh? Congratulations for not falling for the battle-mage or stealth-archer class we so commonly see. You’ll need to know which warhammers to keep an eye out for, take a look at this article to find out the best warhammers in Skyrim! Holding the lowest base damage of any warhammer on the list, or even amongst the lowest of all warhammers in the game, doesn’t stop Aegisbane from being a great warhammer overall. It’s useful in ways other than base damage, dealing 5 additional frost damage to health and stamina. Even though it’s a unique weapon, the model is from the Iron Warhammer and it can be upgraded with iron ingots, which is great for new Dragonborn saves or those with low smithing skills. (Spoiler) How to obtain : You need to kill Alain Dufont in Raldbthar, which can be done via a quest giving by Astrid of the Dark Brotherhood. Glass items look incredible, not just this warhammer. Although this particular weapon looks amazing, there’s nothing special about it as its not unique. It’s still a good choice though, definitely use a Glass Warhammer while you’re leveling up. It does require a rather high Smithing level to upgrade though, so move on as quickly as you can if you aren’t interested in Smithing. (Spoiler) How to obtain : Glass Warhammers will be available to loot, find or buy from dungeons, NPCs and raiders after reaching level 28. Boasting a massive increase of 1 damage over the previous list entry, the Ebony Warhammer is another great choice for relatively new Dragonborns.
With high damage for how relatively easy it is to get, it can be considered one of the best warhammers in the game for overall usefulness, as it’ll make your early adventures so much easier. (Spoiler) How to obtain : Weirdly, Ebony items are available after reaching level 20, so you can obtain it way before you get a Glass Warhammer. I don’t think there’s a more intimidating warhammer in the game! With such a massive weapon comes big damage, more than any other previously on the list anyway. Additionally, Frost enchantments are more potent with Stalhrim items so enchanting this warhammer with a Frost enchantment will make it absolutely overpowered! (Spoiler) How to obtain : You do unfortunately need the Dragonborn DLC to obtain Stalhrim items. I included it in the list anyway as most people do have all of the add-ons.
The Dawnguard Runehammer is an amazing weapon, a unique item that possesses a distinctive enchantment. Upon swinging this warhammer, a rune is placed on a nearby surface that explodes for 50 fire damage.