You can not enchant a circlet with fortify smithing

#1JCvgluvrPosted 8/22/2012 6:11:01 PM
I just tried this myself and found out that it couldn't be done. In addition, you can't enchant any headgear or footgear with fortify smithing,

I made this topic because I couldn't find an answer when I searched for it in the forums here. I also couldn't find the information on the Skyrim Wiki. I had to do a whole bunch of crazy stuff just to figure this out on my own. So if I can save someone else the trouble, then I will be happy to help.
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#2Machines_Of_DogPosted 8/22/2012 6:18:10 PM
from uesp:

Items to EnchantThe Fortify Smithing effect can be applied to the following items:

Chest pieces

not that you need a wiki to work it out...
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#3xGenocidestPosted 8/22/2012 6:19:33 PM

Just look at the table near the bottom.
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#4BigRobb2389Posted 8/22/2012 6:31:05 PM
yea, thats why some items are more unique than they appear. Some items can't be enchanted with certain effects. Like Rahgot with fortify 70 stamina, Otar with 30% resist elements, or Savior's Hide with Resist magic. You can enchant stuff equal or greater to those numbers, but the enchantment on the item itself is what makes it unique.
#5tzar_666Posted 8/22/2012 7:33:47 PM
indeed. like 100% disease immunity.
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