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I can never be thankful enough to the guy who made spells to summon chests and other cafting tools wherever you want.
I just love the mod that made potions weightless so that they didn't swallow up all your inventory space in the blink of an eye like it occasionally happened in vanilla.
Anyone been in whistling mine recently? Not sure if it was a bug but towards the end of the ice tunnel I could near the sleeping Draugr noise. The Aura shout and detect dead revealed nothing.
Thank heavens for the Andromeda Standing Stone mod, which gives you an infinite bag of holding if you have the Steed Stone active.
Whistling mine must have invisable Draugr
Something people find useful, a way to place all your items in one container. (PC only)
Steps as follows
1. Save you game. seriously, save it.
2.Bring up the console
3. click on the container you wish to use, its designation code should appear.
4. type player.removeallitems <container designation code > and hit enter. (Don't type these <>)
5.All your items are now in one container.
This might not work for plot items and there is a possibility stolen items may disappear, but otherwise it is a very useful way to clean out your inventory.
Edited by MCE on Nov 28th 2018 at 6:32:48 AM
2. Bring up the console.
yeeeeah...gotta stop you right there. I'm on Switch. :P
Oooooh, that's nice to know !
So... what if, instead of a container's object_ID number, I put in Lydia's?
>implying Lydia isn't a container
Fun fact: Both the Amulet of Articulation and Diadem of the Savant give the protection of armour, while not interfering with the mage armor perk(s). Even better with the unoffical skyrim patch they can be improved at a work bench.
Something something container for my junk something something?*
I was thinking of jumping back in for the fifteenth time, but I always get to Markarth and just... lose interest for some reason. Fatigue can hit hard in this game.
Then clearly the key is to not go to Markarth, its not a very nice place anyway, full of corruption and cannibals.
Let us not go to Markarth. It is a si-I'm sorry I'll leave immediately.
Markath? You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. Which is one of the reasons why I like it, even though it's way out on the arse end of nowhere towards the western extremity of the world map. I've even downloaded and used mods that make more use of it and add more content to the "No-One Escapes Cidhna Mine" mission. (Some of them are very much NSFW, so if you go googling for them, it's on you, pilgrim).
Whiterun is still home though. Jarl Brogruf is THE man.
With that bitchin' chair sit and everything.
Anyone played the Project AHO mod? a quest to escape slavery and save a town, amazing set pieces, interesting lore, some new spells, items, bonuses and you get a teleporting home at the end. Although you can decide to burn down said town and steal said home
Well, it seems this thread doesn't have the same energy as the old one, oh well.
I'm scared shitless of Forsworn Briarhearts. Those things can kill me in like 1-2 hits flat. I'm always playing keep away with those suckers. I see one coming after me, I run like hell and try to get higher ground they have trouble reaching me at and picking them off with my level 100 Archery skill.
Ah forsworn, crappy weapons, crappy arrows, yet somehow able to do a fuckton of damage really quickly.
It has been seven years, and we've got a whole new Bethesda release to be awed by, if not in the way they intended.
That said... yeah, sometimes I miss this game. I just know there are caves and ruins out there that I've never explored, and I regularly scan the Nexus to see what new mods are out. I can't play the base game anymore without passing a milestone I don't want to, but I got the free Special Edition upgrade, and sometimes I think about it. "Immersive College of Winterhold" is on SSE now, and I always love being the Archmage. And I've never played a dark elf, cat or lizard, can you believe it?
But my big obstacle is the Creation Club. It's not just that the idea of playing a game with paid mods on it makes me feel dirty, like I'm enabling an abuser, I'm worried about how frequently the updates to it break stuff like the script extender. If Bethesda would just move on from Skyrim - hah, never mind. Firaxis came back to Civilization V after five years just to shove Civ VI ads into a "new and improved" launcher, so I don't think Bethesda is going to let Skyrim rest until everyone has a copy of it surgically installed in their bodies.
I'm caught up in Fallout 4 and Pokemon Red right now.
Ha ha ha ha ha ha
Fortify Restoration is broken as hell. I am become Death
Alchemy and Enchanting are broken AF and I love it. Create a Fortify Enchanting potion then use it to create a Fortify Alchemy armor. Lather, rinse, repeat for about three hours, till you have obscene numbers. Then Fortify Smithing and craft an Iron Dagger that can one-shot Frost Trolls...
I have a mod that has an 'empower restoration' enchantment and another mod that has a restoration spell to increase my speed. Combining the two.. well it might as well be light speed, because I sure as hell can't see where I'm going until I hit something.
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