A player of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim displays the stunning Dragonbone Dagger they created using a 3D printer in real life.
Another fan of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim has discovered a way to use a 3D printer to recreate the Dragonbone Dagger, one of the game’s weapons. People who love Skyrim’s weapons’ visual appeal and variety will probably appreciate the precision and attention to detail in this fan’s 3D-printed dagger.
Many action role-playing game players have previously made the game’s gear into reality. The numerous amazing armor pieces and weapons in Skyrim provide plenty of inspiration for the game’s artists. Some create these in-game objects using conventional materials like foam, wood, or metal. In contrast, others favor using cutting-edge technology like 3D printers. The Skyrim fanbase is probably pleased to see that this equipment can be produced in the real world, regardless of the materials used.
Redditor ReProps posted a photo of the 3D-printed Skyrim Dragonbone Dagger they made online. Like in the game, the item appears incredibly detailed, even displaying how worn out the dagger’s metal is. Given that they were holding it with just one hand, ReProp’s weapon also appeared to be the right size. The Dragonbone Dagger is one of the weapons that the Dragonborn in Skyrim can forge once they reach level 100 in their Smithing skill and possess the Dragon Armor perk, as players are likely to remember.
Comments on the Reddit thread provided positive feedback for ReProp’s work on the Dragonbone Dagger. Many jokingly wondered where they could find the dragon bones to forge the weapon. One even inquired whether the Redditor’s Skyrim Smithing skill had already attained level 100. The artist’s Reddit profile indicates that they produce a lot of costumes, armor, and weapons for various television shows and video games. Another piece from Skyrim, a Dawnguard helm, a Pip-Boy from Fallout, and other items are among their creations.
Hopefully, ReProps won’t create and upload the last piece of armor or weapon for Skyrim. They will probably produce other items with the same care and attention, given how precisely they made their 3D-printed Dragonbone Dagger to match the game. Whether it’s a Skyrim-themed project or not, fans will probably look forward to seeing the next 3D print project they produce.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – Anniversary Edition is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.