Gladius，Katana和Scimitar-它们的属性都与Dragonbone剑相同，并且可以使用“ Dragon Armor”特权来制作。
OG Skyrim Version
XB1 Version, courtesy of Mvp42699
As I've said twice before, one thing that kind of sucks about Skyrim is the weapons start to look stupid at higher levels, while lower and mid-level weapons look pretty cool. I've taken three steel weapons, each based on a weapon that actually exists (because those are better than purely fantasy weapons and we all know it), and made new ebony weapons with their textures.
A Gladius, a Katana, and a Scimitar - They all have the same stats as a Dragonbone sword, and can be crafted with the "Dragon Armor" perk.
Before we get into the FAQ, I want to make an announcement to the three people who follow my mods; for one, thank you for your loyalty and support. Second, I was reported for making my descriptions too profane. No, this absolutely doesn't mean I'm going to stop writing obnoxious descriptions, it just means that all my mods (save this one; I'm going to try and not swear in this) will be marked as "Adult Only" from now on, and I'll probably put a disclaimer at the bottom of the page too. Granted, the people who actually like my descriptions probably already have "show adult only mods" enabled.
Q: It's pretty pathetic that you made that announcement in a mod description instead of a forum post.
A: I know, right?
Q: Why do ebony weapons have the stats of Dragonbone weapons?
A: Because Katanas and Scimitars in the base game are made of steel, but have higher stats than steel swords. While the Imperial Sword doesn't, it should because using it makes you feel like Russell Crowe in Gladiator.
Q: Was the only purpose of this mod making that announcement?
A: No. Well, kind of. But not the whole purpose.
Q: Will you be making more retextures like this?
A: It's highly likely.
Q: There are five questions in this FAQ, and only two actually related to the mod. What do you have to say for yourself?
A: I'm sorry.
My other mods which you should totally get because your Bethesda experience won't be as good without them.