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Enchanting description: Created potions are <mag>% more powerful.
Fortify Alchemy increases the strength of potions created using Alchemy.
The following items use this effect. You can learn how to enchant custom items with Fortify Alchemy if you find one of the following items and disenchant it:
- All varieties of Bracers/Gauntlets, Helmets, and Necklaces of Alchemy
- Includes the enchantments of [Minor/Major/Extreme/Eminent/Peerless] Alchemy
- Muiri's Ring
- Ring of Pure Mixtures
- This item cannot be disenchanted while the related quest is active, but can at other times.
- Due to a bug, the Dwarven Helmet of Eminent Alteration also has an alchemy enchantment
Items that use the effect but cannot be disenchanted include:
Items to EnchantEdit
The Fortify Alchemy effect can be applied to the following items:
- Circlets, Hoods, and Helmets
- Gauntlets and Gloves
- The book Herbalist's Guide to Skyrim lists the ingredient deathbell as "effective in mixtures for boosting one['s] Alchemy skill." This is not true, as there are no ingredients with the fortify alchemy effect.
- Radiant Raiment in Solitude is a great place to look as it is frequently restocked with several enchanted items.
- The Seeker of Shadows power from the Dragonborn add-on fortifies your alchemy along with all other stealth skills by 10%.
- Both a Falmer Helmet and a Circlet (or both a Falmer Helmet and the Krosis mask) can be worn together. Since both Falmer Helmets and Circlets can be enchanted with Fortify Alchemy, this allows you to equip five Alchemy-boosting items at once, instead of four.
- This bug is fixed by version 1.2 of the Unofficial Skyrim Patch.