List of Skyrim and Dawnguard Perk ID Codes
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Form IDNameEditor NameSkill
000C44B8Adept AlterationAlterationAdept50Alteration
000C44BCAdept ConjurationConjurationAdept50Conjuration
000C44C0Adept DestructionDestructionAdept50Destruction
000C44C4Adept IllusionIllusionAdept50Illusion
000C3680Adept LocksAdeptLocks50Lockpicking
000C44C8Adept RestorationRestorationAdept50Restoration
000CB414Advanced ArmorsAdvancedArmorsSmithing
00079391Agile DefenderAgileDefender60Light Armor
00079389Agile DefenderAgileDefender40Light Armor
00079376Agile DefenderAgileDefender20Light Armor
000BE123Agile DefenderAgileDefender00Light Armor
00079392Agile DefenderAgileDefender80Light Armor
This page lists all of the Skyrim perk codes (also known as Form IDs or Base IDs). You can search by the name of the perk, or just choose one of Skyrim's skills from the list on the right in order to see all of the perks for that skill tree. Perks are a new addition to the Elder Scrolls games that Bethesda took from Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas. When your character levels up, you can choose a new perk, giving your character an extra ability or bonus. Unlike the Fallout games where a whole ton of perks are made available to you as your character level increases, in Skyrim the perks are categorized into perk trees based on skills, and you mostly have to unlock the perks in order instead of being able to freely choose them. Skyrim is an action-adventure role playing game created by Bethesda Softworks available for PC, Xbox and PS3. The first two DLCs for this game, Dawnguard and Hearthfire, are available now for Xbox and PC. Console commands can only be used on the PC version of the game. Skyrim is © 2011 Bethesda Softworks LLC, a ZeniMax Media company.