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Enchanting Steelforged Weapons

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I wanted to get a definitive 100% answer on the following:


If I enchant an ilvl 630 Steelforged weapon (crafted through Blacksmithing), will the enchant stay on it when I upgrade the weapon? 


Most people say "it should" or "I think so" but I'm hoping someone can either verify with personal experience or with a reference.



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