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Hidden chest 100%
If you go to dawn star go to the mine and go left from the mine you should see three small rocks go inbetween the two closest to you and duck down look at the other rock and you will see you can search a chest what you find dpens on what level you are on this woorks on any console
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Skyrim Glitch - Infinite Magicka 98%
Well .. Infinite Magicka. Just watch the video. See the video: Cheat Video
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Skyrim - Character Creation Guide 98%
A different person in a different world. These words still ring true when it comes to Skyrim. The character you create can be a fearless warrior, a cunning mage, or a conniving thief. The choice is yours. But which character best suits your tastes? What kind of class should you pursue and which perks are the best for YOU?

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Ill Met By Moonlight Glitch Guide 98%
Even if you've missed one of the Daedric Artifacts in your quest to get the Oblivion Walker achievement, you can still acquire 15 artifacts using the Ill Met By Moonlight glitch. This guide will walk you through the process step-by-step, so you don't have to start all over to get that one achievement.

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Character Build: Unarmed Guide 98%
The point of a character build is to be as efficient in your playthroughs as possible in a short amount of time. However, for those who seek a bit more challenge, they turn to the way of using only fists.

Read the Guide --> Character Build: Unarmed [Guide]
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The Elder Scrolls V: Hearthfire Guide 98%
The Elder Scrolls V: Hearthfire is here, and this comprehensive guide will help you unlock all the achievements, and build your dream house!

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Gold 97%
Description: To get gold easily, at the beginning of the game, when you reach to the 1st town of Riverwood start chopping wood and find the man named Hod. He usually stands at the top of the sawmill during the day. He will pay you for "all the wood you can carry" as he puts it. However, there is no limit to how much you can make buy chopping wood and selling it to him. He never runs out of gold like the merchants. Chop and sell wood to him until you have as much gold as desired.
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Free Training 97%
Description: If you can get a skill trainer as your follower, then you can get any training for free. Train your skills, then ask them to trade and take the gold back.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Complete Walkthrough | FAQ Guide 96%
Description:Here we are with another complete walkthrough of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. BUT Bkstunt and Vinheim may just have a different take on certain aspects of the game or a different view on some of the areas you need to conquer in this vast world. I'll tell ya what, they certainly LOVE the game and the characters that live within and drill down on the who, what, where, and how of it all. Well worth a study I think!

Read the Guide --> The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Complete Walkthrough | FAQ [Guide]
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The Way of the Voice - Emblems 96%
As your climbingh the 7,000 steps you come across emblems. Incase you missed one here they are:

* Emblem I:

Before the birth of men, the Dragons ruled all Mundus.

Their word was the Voice, and they spoke only for True Needs.

For the Voice could blot out the sky and flood the land.


* Emblem II:

Men were born and spread over the face of Mundus.

The Dragons presided over the crawling masses.

Men were weak then, and had no Voice.


* Emblem III:

The fledgling spirits of Men were strong in Old Times.

Unafraid to war with Dragons and their Voices.

But the Dragons only shouted them down and broke their hearts.




* Emblem IV:

Kyne called on Paarthurnax, who pitied Man.

Together they taught Men to use the Voice.

Then Dragon War raged, Dragon against Tongue.



* Emblem V:

Man prevailed, shouting Alduin out of the world.

Proving for all that their Voice too was strong.

Although their sacrifices were many-fold.


* Emblem VI:

With roaring Tongues, the Sky-Children conquer.

Founding the First Empire with Sword and Voice.

Whilst the Dragons withdrew from this World.


* Emblem VII:

The Tongues at Red Mountain went away humbled.

Jurgen Windcaller began His Seven Year Meditation.

To understand how Strong Voices could fail.


* Emblem VIII:

Jurgen Windcaller chose silence and returned.

The 17 disputants could not shout Him down.

Jurgen the Calm built His home on the Throat of the World.




* Emblem IX:

For years all silent, the Greybeards spoke one name.

Tiber Septim, stripling then, was summoned to Hrothgar.

They blessed and named him Dohvakiin.


* Emblem X:

The Voice is worship.

Follow the Inner path.

Speak only in True Need.
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Skyrim PC Item Cheat Codes 96%
To add an item in the PC version of Skyrim is very easy. Just hit Tilde(~) to bring up the console and enter a cheat code like this:

Player.additem XXXXXXXX ###

where XXXXXXXX is the item code, and ### is the amount you want.

Please see the full list in thr guide because it is very large to list here.

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Skyrim Unlimited Gold Glitch 96%
From this glitch you get an unlimited supply of "Doors of Oblivion" which are valued at 50 Gold, you can sell them and come back to the skeleton who will still have more to give. Thus unlimited income. See the video: Cheat Video
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Killing a dragon 96%
Killing a dragon at a low level. So no, they arent insanely hard to kill (compared to giants and frost trolls!). See the video: Cheat Video
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Skyrim - Guild Quests Guide 96%
In the realm of Skyrim, there are four major 'guilds' that can be joined, each featuring plenty of opportunity and deeply robust questlines. These guilds are the brutal Companions, the magical College of Winterhold, the tricky Thieves' Guild, and the morbid Dark Brotherhood. Ready to complete all of their challenges and become the master of Skyrim? Not without this guide you aren't.

Read the Guide --> Skyrim - Guild Quests [Guide]
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Skyrim - Side Quests Guide 96%
While trying to save the world from an evil dragon menace, plenty of other folks in Skyrim will ask for your help along the way. These side quests are so plentiful, that they need their own guide. Looking for help on one of these delicious little detours? You've come to the right place.

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Skyrim - Civil War Guide 96%
Skyrim is being torn apart -- a violent a civil war has erupted between the native Skyrim people, the Stormcloak Rebellion, and the Imperial Legion.

Who will win this power struggle?

And which side are YOU on?

Read the Guide --> Skyrim - Civil War [Guide]
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Skyrim - Power Leveling Guide 96%
The unique character leveling system of The Elder Scrolls series is such that you can raise any skill and it will contribute to you leveling up. Since there are no more character stats in Skyrim, your character's prowess is entirely dependent on the skill and the perks you take up.

Read the Guide --> Skyrim - Power Leveling [Guide]
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Character Build: Assassin Guide 96%
With other assassin-themed titles in the shelves right now, many gamers would want to play a stealthy death machine in Skyrim, and it's definitely possible, especially with the Dark Brotherhood. The assassin build offers a unique gameplay experience in Skyrim and it's recommended to try it at least once.

Read the Guide --> The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Character Build: Assassin [Guide]
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Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim iTunes APP Guide 96%
The Guide - Skyrim Edition

Get the official UGW and Cheatmasters.com guide on your iPhone! This app is a collection of guides/articles and is updated regularly. It has easy navigation to the topics you want and can easily be used while playing the game.
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Skyrim Achievement / Trophy Guide 96%
Looking for an achievement guide to help you 100% The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim? Look no further! This guide will help you unlock every achievement and trophy in the game!

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Dawnguard Walkthrough Guide 96%
Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard opens up new weapons, new locations, new abilities, and much more. This guide will walk you through all of it. Including....what it takes to be the vampire hunter, or the vampire that is hunted?

Read the Guide --> Dawnguard Walkthrough [Guide]
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Skyrim The Story So Far Guide 96%
I know it still seems so far away before we get our chance to explore the world of Skyrim but there is a lot of information out there that you can do a service to yourself and know before we ever step foot in the amazing land the people over at Bethesda have created.

Read the Guide --> Skyrim The Story So Far [Guide]
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Skyrim Cities Guide 96%
Each city in Skyrim will present it's own challenges, quests, economy, and politics that you must work with in the game.

Read the Guide --> Skyrim Cities [Guide]
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Steam Achievements 96%
Description: To unlock the specified Achievement, complete the listed tasks. To view your Achievements and Stats in Steam, select "Community", then "My profile", then "View all my games", then the game and view stats.

AdeptReach Level 10
Alduin's WallComplete Alduin's Wall
ApprenticeReach Level 5
ArtificerMake a smithed item, an enchanted item, and a potion
Bleak Falls BarrowComplete Bleak Flls Barrow
BlessedSelect a Standing Stone blessing
Blood OathBecome a member of the Circle
Bound Until DeathComplete Bound Until Death
CitizenBuy a house
Daedric InfluenceAcquire a Daedric Artifact
Darkness ReturnsComplete Darkness Returns
DelverClear 50 dungeons
Diplomatic ImmunityComplete Diplomatic Immunity
Dragon HunterAbsorb 20 dragon souls
Dragon SoulAbsorb a dragon soul
DragonslayerComplete Dragonslayer
Elder KnowledgeComplete Elder Knowledge
ExpertReach Level 25
ExplorerDiscover 100 Locations
GatekeeperJoin the College of Winterhold
Glory of the DeadComplete Glory of the Dead
Golden TouchHave 100,000 gold
Hail Sithis!Complete Hail Sithis!
Hard WorkerChop wood, mine ore, and cook food
Hero of SkyrimCapture Solitude or Windhelm
Hero of the PeopleComplete 50 misc objectives
MarriedGet married
MasterReach Level 50
Master CriminalBounty of 1,000 gold in all 9 holds
Oblivion WalkerCollect 15 daedric artifacts
One with the ShadowsReturned the Thieves Guild to its former glory
ReaderRead 50 skill books
Revealing the UnseenComplete Revealing the Unseen
SidewaysComplete 10 side quests
Skill MasterGet a skill to 100
Snake TongueSuccessfully persuade, bribe, and intimidate
Standing StonesFind 13 standing stones
Take Up ArmsJoin the Companions
Taking Care of BusinessJoin the Thieves Guild
Taking SidesJoin the Stormcloaks or the Imperial Army
The Eye of MagnusComplete The Eye of Magnus
The FallenComplete The Fallen
The Way of the VoiceComplete The Way of the Voice
ThiefPick 50 locks and 50 pockets
Thu'um MasterLearn 20 shouts
UnboundComplete Unbound
WantedEscape from jail
War HeroCapture Fort Sungard or Fort Greenwall
With Friends Like These…Join the Dark Brotherhood
Words of PowerLearn all 3 words of a shout
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Joining the Dark Brotherhood 96%
Description: After making your way to Riverwood, speak to the bartender inside the inn. Ask him if he has heard any rumors. He will eventually tell you about a boy that is trying to summon the Dark Brotherhood. Follow the subquest to Windhelm. When entering Windhelm, make an immediate right and travel up the path until you encounter a Dark Elf and child talking. Enter the door to their left and find the child inside. He will ask you to kill Grinelda The Kind in Riften. Go to Riften, enter the orphanage, and murder Grinelda. Fast Travel back to Windhelm and speak to the child again to get your reward. Next, go outside of the city and wait for 24 hours. A courier will approach and give you a note with a black handprint on it, with the words "We Know." Go to the nearest inn, rent a room, and sleep for 24 hours. When you awake you will have been kidnapped by one of the Dark Brotherhood. They will tell you that if you kill 1 of the other 3 people in the room they will release you. Choose a person and kill them. Speak to the Dark Brotherhood again and they will tell you to meet them at their lair in the pine forest in the far southwest corner of Skyrim. Fast Travel to the western watchtower outside of Whiterun then travel west towards the marker. When you reach the door, answer the question asked with "Silence, My Brother" to enter the sanctuary. Speak to the 1st person you find inside the lair, and you are now part of the Dark Brotherhood.
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Dragonreach cave puzzles 96%
Description: Inside the cave during your 1st mission for Dragonreach, you are faced with a combination puzzle. Look to the wall above the closed gate. You will see 2 heads with a gap in the middle. Each one holds a picture of a creature (snake and dolphin). On the floor by the lever is the 3rd creature (snake). The combination is Snake, Snake, Dolphine. The 2nd combination is found deeper in the chambers. It is a turntable combination, which is more difficult. This one is Bear, Owl, Bird. Insert the claw and the door will open.
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Easy armor, spells, and general leveling 96%
Description: Set the difficulty to "Novice" and have a weak one-handed attack enemy hit you while healing. This will level the armor you are wearing, restoration, also may level up illusion.
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Easy Conjuration experience 96%
Description: To do this, it is best to have the Bound Sword spell, because you are able to conjure two of these at the same time to gain experience faster. This works best when there is an enemy that is trying to fight you, but you are at an area that they cannot reach you (for example, fighting a troll or bear while you are too high for them to actually hit you). Use the Bound Sword spell, put the sword(s) away, then repeat the process. Doing this will increase your conjuration levels very quickly.

This trick requires dragons roaming around and being far enough in the Dark Brotherhood to have Shadowmere. When you find where a dragon is located, Fast Travel there so Shadowmere can be with you. Start the battle with the dragon. Do not worry when the dragon goes after Shadowmere, as Shadowmere is invincible and will fight and eventually will kill the dragon for you. Use the Bound Swords spell as described above and it will have the same outcome.
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Easy money, Smithing and Enchanting experience 96%
Description: *** this requires a Soul Trap weapon and access to a smithy and arcane enchanter. First, purchase equal amounts of Iron Ingots, Leather Strips and Petty Soul Gems. Fill the Petty Soul Gems (by killing with the Soul Trap weapon), then go to a smithy. Create as many Iron Daggers as possible, then go to an arcane enchanter (there is one in Dragonsreach). Enchant all the daggers with the Petty Soul Gems (disenchant the Soul Trap weapon if required). Go to a shop and sell the daggers. Depending on your barter skill, you will get about 170 gold per dagger in profit, and should level up a fair amount. *** Smithy every 3 or 4 daggers; enchant every 1 or 2 daggers early on.
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Easy Smithing experience 96%
Description: This process will require a bit of coinage, and the more money you have the better. Once you have a vast fortune, go to every town and visit each blacksmith. Buy all their Iron Ignots and Leather. Once you visit the last blacksmith, turn your leather into Leather Strips and make Iron Daggers at the forge. Continuously make Iron Daggers and your Blacksmithing will eventually reach 100. You can also try the dagger process with steel, but iron is cheaper. If you do not want to waste more money on iron, just make Leather Bracers. It is a slower process, but is still effective.

With about 5,000 gold, start in Whiterun and buy all of the Leather Strips and Iron Ingots from both blacksmiths (the one at the entrance and one at Skyforge if joined the companions). Forge Iron Daggers until you run out of materials. Fast Travel to Solitude (or Carriage Ride if not discovered) and do the same thing there with the Solitude blacksmith. Fast Travel back to Whiterun and both blacksmiths will have replenished their supplies of Iron Ingots and Leather Strips. With about 5,000 gold and selling the daggers, you can upgrade Smithing from level 26 to level 100 in about 1 or 2 hours and have full dragon gear. You do not have to worry about not increasing your other stats, as you can just save perks and use them whenever.
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Easy Sneak leveling 96%
At the beginning in Helgen's Keep, you will encounter a sleeping bear. Your guide states that you can either sneak past it or kill it. Just off to the left of where your guide stops is a small rock pile. Go to the back side of it, and you can sneak in the crevice there and remain hidden from the bear. Keep sneaking at the rock and your skill will increase. You can do this for as desired, because the bear only moves if it detects you. To make sure you are in a good location, sneak for a short time, then check your Sneak skill to see if it is rising. If not, move slightly closer to the bear and keep trying.

*** This trick will also help you gain weapon experience. While doing the Molag Bal quest, and after you save the priest, go to the shrine. When he gets trapped in the cage, crouch behind him and hit him with the weapon of your choice.
*** Spells may also work too. He will heal quite fast, and he is invincible until he submits and you are forced to kill him for the Daedric lord.
*** Using spells will turn it into a real fight and your follower may become aggressive. However, it can still raise your Destruction level.
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The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion [Easter Egg] 96%
Description: Search inside the museum of Dawnstar to find a display case containing a yellowing piece of paper with the symbol for Oblivion. Pick the lock and use a spell for a few seconds on the paper to turn it into a bucket.
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Fallout 3 [Easter Egg] 96%
Description: Walk up to a guard in Whiterun. There is a chance they will say something along the lines of "I supposed you are here to report a stolen sweetroll." This is a reference to the birthday party segment of growing up in the Vault in Fallout 3, where Butch tells you to hand over the sweetroll that you got as a present.
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Easy experience 96%
Description: Go to the village named "Riverwood" and find a house called "Alvor & Sigrid's House". Inside is a man named Hadvar. Rest until it is after 8 a.m. so that Alvor leaves the house. Sigrid and the young girl should remain downstairs and Hadvar will be upstairs. If he is not, just wait and he will come upstairs. Save the game before the next part in case something goes wrong. Equip your strongest sword or weapon that you want improved skill for, and sneak behind him until he cannot see you. Do a heavy strike and he will stumble to the floor. When he gets up will have no knowledge that you hit him. He also never dies, so it can be done indefinitely. Repeat the process to level up as much as desired. This will also maximize your Sneak skill, and whatever weapon type you are using.
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Duplicating Books 96%
How to: This trick requires that you own a house with an alchemy lab. Activate the bookshelf and place the desired book on it. Leave the menu and immediately activate the bookshelf again. If your book has not yet physically appeared on the shelf, wait at the menu screen where you can loot the bookshelf. Once you see the book in front of you (it will hover in front of the shelf while the menu is open), loot the book from the shelf in the menu. Immediately close the menu, and you can click on the book itself to read and then take it. You have effectively looted the book twice, putting two of them in your inventory. This trick can be repeated as many times as desired, and is especially useful with expensive books such as the Oghma Infinium.
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Unlimited steel arrows 96%
Description: Upon becoming a full member of the Thieves Guild, the other recruits train often. There is a recruit named Niruin. He can give you training in archery and often wastes his arrows on a target dummy with his infinite arrows. You can continually pick up the steel arrows and either use them for yourself, or sell a mass quantity of them.
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Easy Restoration experience 96%
Description: To easily gain Restoration Experience, go to High Hrothgar. Go out the door to the area where you are taught the Whirlwind Sprint. Once you get outside, go to the right. You will soon find a small staircase that goes up to show that looks like a blizzard of some kind. Go forward just enough to start getting hurt by it and begin using the Healing spell. Your health will go down slowly because you are using the healing spell, but you will also gain experience. This is better than fighting an enemy and leveling up your experience because you can control how much danger you are taking by simply walking backwards.
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Sneak Experience 96%
Description: At the beginning in Helgen's Keep, you will encounter a sleeping bear. Your guide states that you can either sneak past it or kill it. Just off to the left of where your guide stops is a small rock pile. Go to the back side of it, and you can sneak in the crevice there and remain hidden from the bear. Keep sneaking at the rock and your skill will increase. You can do this for as desired, because the bear only moves if it detects you. To make sure you are in a good location, sneak for a short time, then check your Sneak skill to see if it is rising. If not, move slightly closer to the bear and keep trying.

*** This trick will also help you gain weapon experience. While doing the Molag Bal quest, and after you save the priest, go to the shrine. When he gets trapped in the cage, crouch behind him and hit him with the weapon of your choice.

*** Spells may also work too. He will heal quite fast, and he is invincible until he submits and you are forced to kill him for the Daedric lord.

*** Using spells will turn it into a real fight and your follower may become aggressive. However, it can still raise your Destruction level.

*** This trick will also help you gain one-handed weapon experience. When you reach the part in the tutorial where you choose to enter the keep with either Hadvar or Ralof, choose Hadvar. When you are told to take the armor from the chest, do not. Instead, take 1 of the swords hanging from the wall and sneak up behind Hadvar, who should be facing the gate blocking your way. While in sneak mode and undetected, hit him with your sword. This should grant a 3x bonus to your damage as it is a sneak attack, and will add a great deal to your sneaking skill. Walk away, then creep back up on him to perform another attack. After reaching about level 30 in Sneak, you can simply remain crouched behind him and hit him about every 7 seconds for a sneak attack bonus. In a relatively short time you can maximize your Sneak skill, while also increasing your one-handed weapon skill. To raise your one-handed weapon skill faster, stand behind him while not in sneak mode and constantly bash him. When his health runs out and he falls to the floor, allow him to stand up before hitting him again. You could, after maxing both sneak and one handed, exit the tutorial near level 40.

*** Wait until your armor and weapons are of a higher grade before entering the level up menu or the enemies will be much tougher than you.
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Easy Speechcraft experience 96%
Description: Go to the town of Riften and locate the Black Briar Meadery. Ask the Dark Elf at the counter about the Black Briar women, and choose the "Persuade" option. He will answer your question, and you should receive a level in Speechcraft.

*** You must have Speechcraft at about 25 in order to persuade him, and it may require several attempts to receive a level as your Speechcraft increases. There is no limit to the number of times you may do this.
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Moving When Over Encumbered 96%
Description: If you are over encumbered and are far away from a city, the fastest way to move is through the Whirlwind Sprint Shout. It can be used continuously and will get you to the nearest city quickly so you can sell. This also works when exiting caves and dungeons.
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King Arthur [Easter Egg]s 96%
Description: Between Sundered Towers and Blackwind Bluff, you will find a cave called "Rebels Cairn" Inside this cave you must put a magic sword in a stone to open a door outside the cave to the left. You will find another sword in a stone.
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Blocking Experience 96%
Description: Use the following trick to level up your blocking or just save a few spare perks. Find a weak enemy that does not like to enter water (for example, a wolf). Pin yourself between the enemy and the water, and use a rubber band to hold the trigger button that controls your shield.

*** Make sure the enemy will not move from where he is attacking you. Allow the game to idle in that state.
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Three Man Team 96%
Description: Use the following trick to get a 3-person team with a 5-person squad. Have your main character ask Brelyan Maryon to join you (after doing her side quest). Give her the staff of conjure flame Atronach. Next, do the "Taste Of Death" quest and convince Verulus to follow. You should now have a total of 3 characters. When in combat, summon your familiar and have Maryon summon hers. There are now 5 of you in battle. This makes the game easier when doing almost all side quests. In some side quests other characters will also join you, increasing your squad.

*** If you complete Mercer Frey's "Scoundrel's Folly" quest, he asks you to join him in another quest. When you accept it you will now have 4 members in your team. You can travel to do quests with all 4 members, and when in battle your squad increases to 7 with conjuration abilities.
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Easy Weapon Experience 96%
Description: When the Blades ask you to kill Parthanax, approach him to check if he is on the stone wall perfectly. Attack him with any weapon (destruction magic also works) you wish to increase. If he dies, restart and try again. If done correctly, he will just take the hits then fly up and back down. He never dies and you will not get any bounties for attacking him.

Use the following trick to increase a one-handed weapon skill. When you are in Helgen Keep, have a Sword Of Imperial and Ralofs asks you to open the gate, just hit him with any one-handed weapon.
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Fast travel while over-encumbered 96%
Description: Purchase a horse from any stable. Carry as many things as desired. Ride your horse and go to any desired city via Fast Travel or riding your horse. Your horse will still be with you when you Fast Travel to different places.
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Keep selling to the same vendor 96%
Description: Find a vendor that has what you want mostly, while having an inventory of items you do not want and wish to sell (for example, ingredients). Go to vendor in Whitehall, buy the ingredients, and sell your items. Save the game after exiting the conversation. Immedialy hit the vendor with your bare hands once. Now, load the last saved game. The vendor should have money back in their wallet. This can be done to any vendor.
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Easy "Golden Touch" achievement or trophy 96%
Description: While doing the quests to complete the "One With The Shadows" Achievement or Trophy, you will have a special request for Windhelm called "Summerset Shadows." When you have completed this quest, Niranye will have 4,000 gold on her every 2 days. This makes earning the "Golden Touch" Achievement or Trophy easy. It is possible to seel almost 145,000 gold in 30 minutes.
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Skyrim: Daedric Quests Guide 95%
I felt that the Daedric Quests in Skyrim deserved to have a guide of their own!

Demonic beings reside within its hellfire, and some people in Skyrim worship these dark entities, or offer sacrifices to them, hoping for riches in return. In the mortal realm, there exists Daedric Artifacts, and those that possess them wields true, supreme power.

Read the Guide --> Skyrim: Daedric Quests [Guide]
By: Toebin(11833)
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Easy Skyrim Level Up Exploit 95%
A cool little exploit in Skyrim for those who need a bit of a level boost, I assume this will be patched soon, See the video: Cheat Video
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim cheat video Cheat Video
By: CheatMaster(5944)
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Skyrim Glitches and Absurdities 95%
It took me an hour to film this. I was inspired to start recording because the first time I rode up the tower with my horse it flew from under me across the level at a high speed and died where I could barely see it was so far when it landed. See the video: Cheat Video
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim cheat video Cheat Video
By: CheatMaster(5944)
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Cheat Mode 95%
Description: To enter Cheat mode, press ~ during game play to display the console window. Now, enter one of the listed codes to activate the specified cheat function. (Screenshot)

Effect Code
Add levels to skillsadvancepcskill <skill name> <number>
Add dragon's soulsplayer.modav dragonsouls <number>
Set field of viewfov <number>
Advance listed skilladvskill <skill> <number>
All spellspsb
Set player scale; "1" is defaultplayer.setscale <number>
Set ownership of target; allows you to take it without stealingsetownership
Complete all Quest Stagescaqs
Duplicate items; click container or NPC and copy the RefIDduplicateallitems
Fast Travel to listed locationcoc <location>
Freeflying cameratfc
God modetgm
Set Burdenplayer.modav burden <number>
Increase Leveladvancepclevel
increase movement speed by listed percentageplayer.setav speedmult <number>
Kill selected enemykill
Kill all nearby enemieskillall
List all commandshelp
Quit gameqqq
Remove all items from selected NPCremoveallitems
Resurrect targeted corpseresurrect
Search by keywordhelp keyword <mode number>
Set carry weightplayer.modav carryweight <number>
Set character's famesetpcfame
Set character's infamysetpcinfamy
Set fatigueplayer.setav fatigue <number>
Set healthplayer.setav health <number>
Set to high value to fight; "0" if you want to be free.player.setcrimegold <number>
Set Magickaplayer.setav magicka <number>
Set player levelplayer.setlevel <number>
Race menushowracemenu
Toggle all map markerstmm <0 or 1>
Spawn NPCplayer.placeatme <NPC ID>
Start all quests; may break storylinesaq
Teleport to quest targetmovetoqt
Testing hall with all itemscoc qasmoke
Enable controls during cinematicsenableplayercontrols
Toggle AI detection; allows easy stealingtdetect
Toggle AItai
Toggle collisiontcl
Toggle combat artificial intelligencetcai
Toggle FOWtfow
Toggle grasstg
Toggle menustm
Unlock anything that may be lockedunlock
Increase level of a skill by oneplayer.incpcs <skill name>
Lock targeted chests, door, or personlock<unlock value>'''
Add listed perkplayer.addperk <id number>
Add listed spellplayer.addspell <id number>
Add listed itemplayer.additem <id number>
Gain goldplayer.additem 0000000f <number>
Gain lockpicksplayer.additem 0000000a <number>
Change your gendersexchange
Gives ID for companion or NPChelp "<NPC name>" 4
Set the listed NPC as essentialsetessential <NPC ID> 1
Set refractive value of the target; "0.0" is normal,


Effect Code
Add levels to skillsadvancepcskill <skill name> <number>
Add dragon's soulsplayer.modav dragonsouls <number>
Set field of viewfov <number>
Advance listed skilladvskill <skill> <number>
All spellspsb
Set player scale; "1" is defaultplayer.setscale <number>
Set ownership of target; allows you to take it without stealingsetownership
Complete all Quest Stagescaqs
Duplicate items; click container or NPC and copy the RefIDduplicateallitems
Fast Travel to listed locationcoc <location>
Freeflying cameratfc
God modetgm
Set Burdenplayer.modav burden <number>
Increase Leveladvancepclevel
increase movement speed by listed percentageplayer.setav speedmult <number>
Kill selected enemykill
Kill all nearby enemieskillall
List all commandshelp
Quit gameqqq
Remove all items from selected NPCremoveallitems
Resurrect targeted corpseresurrect
Search by keywordhelp keyword <mode number>
Set carry weightplayer.modav carryweight <number>
Set character's famesetpcfame
Set character's infamysetpcinfamy
Set fatigueplayer.setav fatigue <number>
Set healthplayer.setav health <number>
Set to high value to fight; "0" if you want to be free.player.setcrimegold <number>
Set Magickaplayer.setav magicka <number>
Set player levelplayer.setlevel <number>
Race menushowracemenu
Toggle all map markerstmm <0 or 1>
Spawn NPCplayer.placeatme <NPC ID>
Start all quests; may break storylinesaq
Teleport to quest targetmovetoqt
Testing hall with all itemscoc qasmoke
Enable controls during cinematicsenableplayercontrols
Toggle AI detection; allows easy stealingtdetect
Toggle AItai
Toggle collisiontcl
Toggle combat artificial intelligencetcai
Toggle FOWtfow
Toggle grasstg
Toggle menustm
Unlock anything that may be lockedunlock
Increase level of a skill by oneplayer.incpcs <skill name>
Lock targeted chests, door, or personlock<unlock value>'''
Add listed perkplayer.addperk <id number>
Add listed spellplayer.addspell <id number>
Add listed itemplayer.additem <id number>
Gain goldplayer.additem 0000000f <number>
Gain lockpicksplayer.additem 0000000a <number>
Change your gendersexchange
Gives ID for companion or NPChelp "<NPC name>" 4
Set the listed NPC as essentialsetessential <NPC ID> 1
Set refractive value of the target; "0.0" is normal,
"0.000001" is invisible, "1.0" is full refraction
str <number>
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim FAQ / Walkthrough Guide 94%
This is your guide to all things Skyrim, it's one of the grandest adventures ever created in gaming, so be ready to enter a fantasy world full of excitement...but don't go unprepared!

Use this guide to help you complete all the quests in the game and much more!

Read the Guide --> The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim FAQ / Walkthrough [Guide]
By: Toebin(11833)
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The Golden Claw Puzzels - Bleak Falls Barrow 94%
Where you head down the stairs and follow the path until you see a man in front of you. You can watch him activate a lever and gets himself killed. Head into the room and loot it and then go investigate the pillars. The CORRECT order for them to be in is:

SNAKE SNAKE WHALE

Later on you will find the following locked door. Stop reading unless you need help with it.

Locked door: Here there will be THREE rings that you can interact with and below those rings are a keyhole.

The secret to solving this puzzle is found by reading the journal that the thief, Arvel the Swift, left. Then EXAMINE the Golden Claw to see the answer sketched in it.

Or to make it easier, just do this:

- Upper Ring: BEAR
- Middle Ring: MOTH
- Lower Ring: OWL
By: CheatMaster(5944)
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The World Eaters Eyrie - Locked door 94%
At the end of a path is a Draugr Overlord, who needs to be slain. Once you have debt with him like other cheat masters ) you need to loot him for his DIAMON CLAW. There is a locked door that you need to use the claw on, but first make sure the rings are in this order:

- TOP RING: WOLF
- MIDDLE RING: MOTH
- BOTTOM RING: DRAGON

Use the skull once they are in that order and continue onwards...

Hope this helped you!
By: CheatMaster(5944)
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Restock a merchant's inventory instantly 94%
You can instantly refresh a merchant's stock and gold in Skyrim, just follow these easy steps:

1. Choose a merchant
2. Sell or buy anything
3. Save your game
4. Kill the merchant
5. Load the game
By: Toebin(11833)
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard Achievements Guide 94%
Want to know how to unlock all the achievements in Dawnguard? This guide will help you unlock all of the new achievements that were added in the new Dawnguard expansion pack for Skyrim!
By: Toebin(11833)
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Dragon tomb location 94%
Description: Use a shout in front of a guard (not a dangerous one). A courier will deliver a letter from a "friend," giving you the location of another dragon tomb.
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Become a werewolf 94%
How to: Go to the city of Whiterun. Move through the town until you reach Dragonsreach, which is the castle. While standing on the steps looking at the doors to Dragonsreach, look to your right. There should be a building that resembles a ship's hull. This is where the Companions are located. Go and join them. After a few quests you are given the chance to become a werewolf. To use your new ability, go to "Magic", then "Powers", then "Beast Form". Beast Form can be used once a day. You will turn into a werewolf and friendly humans will attack you. You will have increased speed, health, damage, and stamina. You cannot pick up objects. If you kill a human you can "Feed" on the corpse to regain some health and extend the duration of Beast Form. This is also useful for traveling great distances on foot. When the werewolf sprints, it runs on all fours, and moves much faster than a horse. The werewolf's stamina also regenerates very quickly.
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Paarthurnax Insults 94%
Description: Get the Elder Scroll, then go to Paarthurnax and use the "Throw Voice" shout at him. A new voice will shout insults such as "Hey, ugly!", "Hey, skeever butt!", "Hey, melon head!", "Hey, melon nose!", "Hey, troll bait!", "Hey, slug-breath!", and "Hey, cheese brain!"
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Perk Cheat Codes 92%
To add a Perk in the PC version of Skyrim, hit Tilde(~) to bring up the developer console, and enter this code:

Player.addperk XXXXXXXX

where XXXXXXXX is the perk code.

Here is a list of the item codes you can use with this cheat: Skyrim Perk Cheat Codes
By: CheatMaster(5944)
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Take The Golden Claw Legally 100%
After completing the mission Lucan puts the claw on the counter. If you choose to marry his sister Camilla you are now allowed to take it without stealing.
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The Black Star quest 100%
The first thing to know about this quest is you can be any level. To get started, you need to go to the Shrine of Azura, which is the montain directly South East of winterhold. When you get there there should be a statue of Azura, next to it is a mage standing next to a table, walk up the stairs and talk to the mage. Keep talking to him till he gives you a quest called the The Black Star. Go retrive the Broken Azura Star. When you have retrived it go back to the statue and follow the mages orders. He will place it on the table and you will talk to Azura through the star. At the end of talking, she will ask you to enter a portal through the star, do that when you enter, you will have to kill a guy and take his soul (Buy spell from mage in DragonsReach in WhiteRun). He will send his minions to kill you. (they use the spell Firebolt) When you get past them to reach him you have to use Soul Trap to capture is soul. When you have his soul Azura will rise you from the real and thank you for what you have done. When she is done talking she will give you the Black Star to keep. THEN YOU ARE DONE!
Hopes this helps! :D
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How To Level Up Sneaking 100%
Go to a Mammoth camp and sneak around the camp to where you can be detected but your not all the time. You can either go back and fourth or around the whole camp
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Where To Mine Ebony Ore 100%
Go to Windhelm, when you get there, go South West to the mountain on the edge of the map. When you get there, you will see a hold made by Orcs. When you go in, go to the other side to a bridge, walk across the bridge. On the other side you will see a forge. Go up the pathway near the smelter, take a right and you will hit a double door that says GloomBound Mine, go inside and there will be Ebony Ore everywhere. (Bring a pickaxe Orcs in there wont let you have theres)
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UNLIMITED MAGICKA 100%
First of all you have to have any mage item that adds magicka if you have one put it in your favourites.then what you wnt to do is use up all your magicka (you do not have to do this)put on the mage item and find lots of enemys to try this on when you have almost used up all your magicka take of the item and put it back on and you will have more magicka to use on enemies.
this glitch really helped me on my game.
By: KILLDOG(26)
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Ebony sword 100%
Go to whiterun Jarl Balgruuf and ask him about his children then go and find them he will tell you about a secret door complete the quest to get the sword
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Under the holds of SKYRIM 100%
First,go to any hold in Skyrim
Then try to get arrested
Next,pay the bounty
Last,hold the throttles up
NOTE:it mostly works in Windhelm,but it might not work sometimes.Just keep trying.
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THE COMPANIONS QUEST 100%
While doing the quest where you meet the silver hand ,when you get to the room where you get the thing,the deadra attack yougo to the right of the room and get on the ledge on the right of where you look behind you and see deadra about to attack you.Its where you see the urn.They will ignore you and you can shoot them with either magic or arrows
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Cicero[keeper of the night mother] [ level up!] 100%
First,you have to be in the Dark Brotherhood.
go to the sanctuary
while Cicero is talking to the wooden crate,go jump on the fire near the smithing things.
then squat down,and get a bow an arrow.
when the eye is closedshoot Cicero while he is talking to the crate.
It will be a sneak attack.
wait every time the eye closes and the shoot Cicero. It will increase your archery and keep doing it to level you up.
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So Nice I Kill Them Twice 100%
Fast way to lvl a hand full of skills
Step 1- At the start of the game buy Raise Zombie in River Wood Trader shop as you pick up the golden claw Q't .
Step 2-Go to B.Falls and clear the place out ( Fell Free to have Fun)
Step 3-Now comes the boring part go back in and loot the place of all weapons ( armor on your un-dead (?) victims is best for weapons lvl'ing)
Step 4-Now kill them again however you see fit arrows in the head ( archery ) a iron dagger to the gut ( one Hand ) or made be slit there throat (sneak but if you kill them this way you don't lvl conjuration)
Step 4. 1/2-If you had to be a bit of a Masochists you can let them pound your face in as you heal ( healing and what ever armor you got on)
Step 4. 3/4-If want to make it real hard for them oak flesh it up ( alteration keep in mind that you only have 60 sec before they pop and that animals living or not can still make you sick )
Step 4.7/8- If that's not your thing feel free to just burn, freeze or fry your victim as you see fit ( I think you can guess)
Step 5 (lol) As long as your cool with attacking a helpless victim ( you can let them keep there weapon if it makes you feel better ) you can lvl crazy fast in what ever you like and sometime they even thank you as they die ( Again)
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ILLUSION level up............... 100%
I'll show you how to level up very easily by illusion.
You first have to have any illusion spells, except fear because it will make the person you cast it your enemy.
First,have any illusion spells that don't hurt the person your casting at.
Courage is the best spell to use.
Then go to any town or hold. When you have the illusion spell[Note:don't use illusion spells that hurt the person you cast it at]find a person[anyone in the hold]
and cast the spell on the person you cast it at.Repeat this and you'll level your illusion and
your other level bar.
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How to get a dog in Skyrim. 100%
This is how to get a dog.
There is two ways I know how to get a dog in Skyrim.
This is the easy and this is the first thing how to get a dog.
First,go Markarth.
Second,when you first go to Markarth,you see the stable.
Then you asked the person that you asked to get a horse.
Ask him for the dog which cost 500 gold septims.

Second way and kind of easy is how to get a dog named Meeko.
First, go to the marsh near Solitude
Second,find a lone house
There might be a dog there.
If not, walk around for a long while.
You might see a dog insid or near the house.
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I made the cheat'how to get a dog on skyrim!' 100%
Mysteryman200
By: mysteryman200(7)
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Easy/Fast Xp Early in Helgen 100%
In the beginning of the game in Helgen. You can either go with Rolof or Hadvar to do this. Once you get into Helgen keep grab the iron sword and start hitting Hadvar to level up the one-handed skill, and crouch behind him, and hit him every six seconds to raise sneak skill. This can also be done before you move through the gate with Rolof. You can also level up your destruction level because you get the fire magujc in the beginning as well. Later on in Helgen keep you pick up a two-handed iron greatsword, or a iron battle axe. Once you get up to the part with the bear dont crouch or your partner will continue. You csm now hit them with the two-handed axe or sword to level up you two-handed skill. If you level up the one-handed, two-handed, sneak, and destruction skills to 100 you should be at level 37 to start the game, with 37 perk points for skills. This also helps get better weapons, and armor early on. I got the option to buy elven and dwarf armor early on in the game. Good Luck.
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Blackreach 100%
Blackeach, a underground cavern that connects the three dwarven cities of aftland,mzinchaleft, and irkingthand. the best way is to go in through aftland, as aftland is one big corridor that leads to blackreach. blackreach is filled with giant glowing mushrooms. the enemies you can expect to find there: wispmothers (2) trolls (13) dwarven spider workers (too many to count) giants (1) dwarven centurions (6) and many chaurus. after you exit blackreach via tower of mzark, the tower is the best way to enter.
blackreach is the only source of crimson nirnroot.
By: failgamer123(6)
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Real Unlimited Magicka Glitch 100%
Just enchant each armor piece to reduce magicka cost by 25%. Enchant all four pieces and Magicka costs nothing. Great for unlimited healing and other large destruction spells.
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Hidden Rare Items in Treasury House 100%
For this cheat, you will need a platter.
1) Place the platter against the wall (either side at front door).
2) Push into plate and you will get through to the other side.
3) Fall onto the Do Not Delete Chest outside the wall, or place one and fall on top of that if you have one already.
4) Jump to the Urn and retrieve the quest items.
5) Repeat up to stage 3, but collect Do Not Delete when you land on it. See the video: Cheat Video
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim cheat video Cheat Video
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How to get the DO NOT DELETE chests/box 100%
This video shows you how to get a DO NOT DELETE chest/box in Skyrim. This is really useful as it floats and can be used to reach high places (like the video below). It can also make it easier to find other DO NOT DELETE chests because if you drop it when you fall, you can land on it.
Steps:
1) Place platter against wall on the right side of the Jarl's bed in Whiterun.
2) Push into the platter to get through the wall.
3) Keep pressing the select button (depending on console, X/B) to get the Do Not Delete chest. See the video: Cheat Video
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim cheat video Cheat Video
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Very quick archery and level up at start of game 100%
When you first reach riverwood at the start of the game talk to faendal and do his quest that involves sven, after that he will become your follower, talk to him and say you want to train after you run out of money say you need to trade some things and take your money back, you can do this untill your archery reaches level 50,(this also works with any trainer who is also a follower) enjoy
By: necromancer111(143)
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Easy Smithing & enchanting skill and CASH 100%
All what you have to do is make some cash if you can't well here is a nice and easy cheat (player.additem 0000000f X) X is the amount of gold you want, after thet buy all leather and leather strips and iron ingots you can find, after that, keep crafting iron daggers and leather bracers, when you are done just go and enchant all what you crafted (if you cant get soul gems here is a good cheat, ummm, well, I dont remeber the code, HAVE NO FEAR all what you have to do is just open the console and write {help "grand soul gem"} after that, you will find it's code, two codes will appear the first one is an empty soul gem but the other one is filled with a grand soul, type {player.additem XXXXXXXX 100} XXXXXXXX is the soul gem code) enchant your stuff with the sneaking enchantment (because when you sell an item with the sneaking skill you will gain a lot of cash)
HAVE FUN.
By: Dude619(70)
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How to solve claw puzzels! 100%
When you find a claw (diamond claw, ebony claw, ruby claw,,,,,) and when you fin it's puzzel all what you have to do is open your invetory and open the MISC menu, after that look at the claw from the under (you can also rotate it) to find the answer of the puzzel.
Hopefully this will help a lot of people and make them not WASTE time to look for the answer.
HAVE FUN.
By: Dude619(70)
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The unlimited gold and armour cheat 100%
To do this you need whirlwind sprint. first, go to the skyforge in whiterun. next usenwhirlwind sprint to get on top of the companions building. then you just need to to the wall parallel to the building. then go down and you can see under the map. go to the chest is you see it and get all the stuff you want.
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Secret Chest Solitude and Markarth 100%
When you first start the game there's a carrige in Whitterun for Solite 50 or 20 gold. First you travle there and start running tward the gates of Solitude. Near the gates of Solitude there'es a patch of land where the khatjitt Caravans sell items. Talk to Ri ' sad and ask him whats for sale. Then by the giant tent crotch down and walk going this way -------> and soon you will find a chest with alot of items in it.
Once you have done travle on carrige again and go to Markarth witch is 20 gold. Once you arrive you shall find a stone path follow it unil theres a farm discover the farm so you can fast travle there later in the game also discover Left Hand-Mine witch is across the tiny bridge. Then keep on walking on the stone path untill you see a gaint bridge near the gaint bridge there will be another place where the Kajitt Caravans sell items. when you go there there will be wood around the rock wall. Crotch down and near the wood there will be an invisible chest. Thanks for reading From: Nicole
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Spawn chickens 100%
Push ~ on your key board and type this in: player.placeatme a91 a0 (don't do over 100 or the game will crash.)
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Fast Alchemy Level and Money Income. 100%
Alchemy is one of the most teeth grinding skills to level in Skyrim, not only it's very hard to stock a cash pile while doing this. But I'll tell you how!

Travel around Skyrim for about an 30 minutes stocking up on ingredients. After this you should have enough for about 15 levels. If you haven't found the effects for the ingredients yet just eat them.

Ok, travel to the alchemy shop in Solitude, there should be an alchemy table on the right hand side. Use this to create your potions. Then sell all your potions to the shopkeeper, you should have atleast 2000+ coins now, this should be enough to stock up on ingredients. So, buy out all her ingredients and use them to create potions, and again sell them.

After this you should travel to Whiterun and enter the alchemy store there. Buy out all her ingredients, make potions and sell. You should have about 3000+ coins by now. At this moment you can choose to repeat the process of collecting ingredients, etc, or find other alchemy stores and repeat the process of buying, making, selling. After about 3 hours you should have a big stockpile of cash and lv 70+ Alchemy!
By: Iavgotregigias6(299)
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Killthe most annoying NPC without bounties (whiterun) 100%
Sigaurd is the most annoying npc in skyrim and whenever your chopping wood to sell to the inn he always says:yes, I work for belathor at the gg store, no mean to be rude but I can't talk right now. I am going to show you how to kill him.

method 1:have the blood of a werewolf (that you get from doing the first 2 or 3 quests for the companions), get out of whiterun where the gaurds can't see you, turn into a werewolf, go back to whiterun, kill the crap out of sigaurd (he will be chopping fire wood from 8am-6pm, get out of whiterun wait 5 hours for the beast form to wear offand hes dead wihout bounties.

method 2: use a bow that can kill normal villagers in one shot, hide somewhere where no o can see you an snipe him.

method 3 (pc only): pull up your cheat menu click on him then type "kill" and submit your cheat and he will die instantly.
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Easily killing dragons 100%
Start with crafting join THE DARK BROTHERHOOD and complete all missions you will have over 20000 gold buy tons of iron ingots and leather strips then craft 600 daggers until smithing skill is at 90 you will have to wait 2 days for restock there is a mine in the mountains near Windhelm mine ebony /mountains to the right side of map / go to companion guild in Whiterun go downstairs get Deadra heart craft deadric sword use grindstone upgrade to legendary does 70 damage dragons be warned.
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Easily killing dragons 100%
Start with crafting join THE DARK BROTHERHOOD and complete all missions you will have over 20000 gold buy tons of iron ingots and leather strips then craft 600 daggers until smithing skill is at 90 you will have to wait 2 days for restock there is a mine in the mountains near Windhelm mine ebony /mountains to the right side of map / go to companion guild in Whiterun go downstairs get Deadra heart craft deadric sword use grindstone upgrade to legendary does 70 damage dragons be warned.
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Wall glitch 100%
Pick up a plate and run at a wall to go through it.
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The take over 100%
This cheat helps with athoraty you can comand armys at will first go to wether helm then kill 14 Gaurds then kill the king or leader after this you should be able to comand 15 gaurds by going ito first person after that press up on the control pad after that slowley takew over other towns by doing the same thing that's your dayly cheat alex
By: Alex macer(23)
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Swimming horse 83%
First,go get a horse
second,go to any river or lake[a deep one]
third,ride your horse into the water then get off the horse
last,then get on the horse[while in the water]
It will walk on the water instead of swimming
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.ini files 80%
I take no credit for having found these simple modifications of the PC version. I will list who came up with it, and where they originally posted it if available. You will also want to create a backup of the original file before you edit it. This can make changing back to default that much easier. THat, or incase something goes wrong.

To acess the ini files, head to My Documents -> My Games -> Skyrim -> skyrim. This comes curtisy of Craig Pearson on Rock, Paper, Shotgun.

Once you have access to the ini files, a lot of the most common fixes are:

Disable mouse smoothing
Go to your Steam Directory, then steamapps, common, skyrim and select Skyrim again. Create a backup of the SkyrimPrefs.ini file. Open the file, then scroll down to where it says [Controls] and find bMouseAcceleration=1. Change to bMouseAcceleration=0. Save, exit, and play This fix and the two below are from Skyrim Reddit, and are credited to “Dead man posting” on the Something Awful Forums.

Change field of view
Head to My Documents, select My Games, select Skyrim and then Skyrim again, then create a backup of the skyrim.ini file. Scroll down to [General] in the file and add fdefaultfov=XX (where XX is the field of view you want). Then save and exit.


Fix common crash to desktop problem
Access the Sound menu from the Control panel. In the playback tab, right click on speakers and select properties. Select the advanced tab on the new screen and select 24 bit, 44100Hz (Studio Quality) from the drop down menu.

Disable Vsync
Access the SkyrimPrefs.ini again and add iPresentInterval=0 to the bottom of the [Display] section. This can improve a sluggish framerate and eliminate instances of mouse lag. This one comes from Tweak Guides.

Graphical tweaks
Curate on the Bethesda forums has highlighted a number of interesting variables in the SkyrimPrefs.ini file. Change the digit at the end of each line to 1 to turn the feature on, 0 to turn it off. Don’t forget to create a backup of the SkyrimPrefs.ini file just in case.

Interesting variables are as follows, in order of appearance in the .ini and showing their default settings.
bDoDepthOfField=1
bTreesReceiveShadows=0
bDrawLandShadows=0
bShowFloatingQuestMarkers=1
bShowQuestMarkers=1
bShowCompass=1
bMouseAcceleration=1
fAutosaveEveryXMins=15.0000

Redditor Ryz also suggests changing iWaterReflectHeight=512 and iWaterReflectWidth=512 to 1024 and adding the following text to the SkyrimPrefs.ini to improve the quality of water reflections.

bUseWaterReflectionBlur=1
bReflectExplosions=1
iWaterBlurAmount=4
bAutoWaterSilhouetteReflections=0
bForceHighDetailReflections=1



You can also adjust the FoV from the command console. Type in "fov xx" replacing "xx" with a number.
By: EmperorSkiratta(176)
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Skyrim Console Commands 76%
Press ~ while playing the game to display the console window. After it's up just type in one of the listed codes to activate it's function.

Effect : Code

Set field of view : fov
Character customization menu : showracemenu
Gain gold : player.additem 0000000f
Toggle God mode : tgm
Toggle no clipping : tcl
Toggle map markers : tmm ()
Toggle fly cam : tfc
Toggle AI : tai
Toggle combat AI : tcai
Toggle AI detection, allows unlimited stealing : tdetect
Add indicated perk : player.addperk
Add indicated spell : player.addspell
Add indicated item : player.additem
Gain lockpicks : player.additem 0000000a
Set to high number to fight, set to 0 to be free : player.setcrimegold
Set character level : player.setlevel
Set movement speed, 100 is default : player.setav speedmult
Teleport to quest target : movetoqt
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Steal everything that isn't nailed down in the Archmage's Quarters 75%
During the "Good Intentions" quest at the College of Winterhold (which you get after you have explored the ruins under Saarthal and retrieved the books the librarian asks for), a man named Quaranir will ask to meet with you in the Archmage's Quarters. When you go there to meet with him, you will notice a fuzzy blue light over the room. During this time you can steal all of the neat treasures in the room without any chance of being caught!
By: crates(57)
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Epic leveling up 75%
Go to all blacksmiths and buy all iron ingots and leather strips then go to forge and make iron dagger over and over then you shal level up very fast the earlier you do this the better

also then you can make dragon armour

hope this helped :)
By: Greenwood96(24)
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Hidden chest 75%
If you go to dawnstar go to the mine you will see 3 rocks go 2 the 2 closest to you and crouch aim for the other rock and you will be able to search a chest search it an enjoy
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Easy Archery Skill Points, Experience, and an Early Follower 67%
When you first get to Riverwood, talk to Faelden to get a miscellaneous quest (wherein you must deliver a letter to Camilla under the pretense that it was written by Sven). Once you have completed this laughably easy task, Faelden will follow you around if you ask him to. He makes a great follower early on in the game for any type of player, as he can perform very decent melee and ranged attacks (if you give him a melee weapon, a bow, and PLENTY of arrows).

Once Faelden is your follower, you can access his inventory. Since he's also a "Common" level trainer of the Archery skill, you can train with him in that skill up to five times per level. Here's the rub, though: once you train with him, you can just go into his inventory (ask to trade items with him) and take your gold back. Then you can train again. He can get you up to level 49 in Archery.

This was tested on a PS3 system with the release-day patch from PSN (but no later patches).
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Leveling Guide 67%
=========( Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)=======( Leveling Guide )=======( November/December 2011 )=========

This guide focuses primarily on leveling up, although it occasionally will cross into other areas of the game. I

wrote it as I am playing my first character, about level 70 now. There are still many things I will learn later,

and a few areas in my guide aren't fully complete because I have not yet learned really good strategies. The

things I write about come from the perspective of a smashmouth combat warrior, but if you play stealth or caster

characters similar tactics can apply.

The mechanics of the Skyrim game are much the same as the previous two games. You gain levels as your skills

increase, and the only way to get skill increases to to use the skill.. a whole lot! But, there are several

notable differences in this game.

In the last game (Oblivion) you chose a total of 15 primary skills from a much larger list at character

creation. You would only make progress toward leveling when you increased these primary skills. It always took

10 increases to gain a level. The secondary skills would not progress your level but still improved your

character abilities in those skills. It made it easy to see what your max level would be by getting to 100 skill

in each of your 15 primary skills. You also learned quickly that some skills were much harder to raise and

therefore didn't choose those skills at character creation. You also learned to pick skills somewhat evenly

between the 3 general categories, and to level up skills the same way to get maximum stats from each level. This

made the level-up system somewhat cumbersome because when you didn't skill up this way it was possible to

seriously hurt your character abilities.

In this game (Skyrim) every character has the same 18 skills starting the game, and you progress your level by

increasing the 18 skills in any combination. It takes more increases to gain another level as you progress

upward in levels. Many skills are familiar. Many skills were dropped such as swimming, safefall, and hand-to-

hand. All 1-hand weapons were combined into a single skill. Some new crafting skills were added. But it really

doesn't matter what skills are here now, because if you wish to achieve maximum level in the game you must max

all 18 skills to 100 value. The starting value for each of your skills is varied somewhat depending on the class

type you choose to play, but it is not important enough to let this change your preferred playstyle. This game

took away the ability for you to make many bad choices without knowing at character creation, which I think is

probably for the best. Although I do not care for being stuck with the skills I must raise now, as there are

some that aren't really fun to raise.

An important note to consider before reading on... The goal of leveling up is a powerful incentive to continue

playing the game. But, what might happen to you once you have achieved maximum level? Will you maybe begin to

want to stop playing sooner once you do it? What reasons might you have to continue playing? There will still be

many things to do for a long time. I do worry about this happening to me becasue it eventually did with the

previous games. I do want to raise my levels, but I also try not to do it so fast and exclusive to the point

that I do not play for the other aspects of the game at the same time. It is true that this is also partly due

to the fact that practising skill just to raise them is so damn boring that I can only stand to do it in small

chunks. I usualy play to be working to progress some skills but also try to complete a quest or two or just find

a dungeon to destroy per game session. I think this helps me get more from the game and have it last longer for

me. I just wanted the warning to be out here that this can happen with this game, and it might happen for you.

=====( 1. General Notes )=====
The only way to level up to is raise skills. When a certain amount has been raised you will be able to level up.

The amount of skill increases needed gets higher as you increase in level. You level-up by opening the skills

menu.

There are only 3 ways to raise a skill. You can improve skills in the field, by using them as you do combat or

adventuring. You can find books, that when read will increase a skill by one point each. And last, you can pay

trainers to raise your skill for you. Each of these three ways are discussed in detail below.

All skills are very easy to raise to about 30-35. After this they all slow down noticeably. The final 80-100

skill range is toughest of them all. All skills follow this pattern. Overall each skill is different, some are

much harder/easier than others to get maximum.

I recommend choosing some skills to raise that apply to your class type early (fighter/stealth/magic-user). You

will need these skills to be at a higher level so you may better survive and defeat encounters. Just like in the

previous game somewhere around character level 18 the game will generate harder enemies for you to fight. At

this point it will become much more important to raise many character levels faster. These encounters are very

difficult at level 18. By increasing levels you add more health/mana and perks, all of which will help you

better survive. Now is when you will want to raise a bunch of easy and fast skills to gain some fast levels.

Look at any skills that are not yet near 35 becasue these will be faster to raise.

Most skills will only improve if you use them in combat. In the previous game I could raise magic skills such as

restoration by healing myself for small amounts even when I was at full health, or raise destruction by casting

a small fire spell at a wall. In Skyrim this usually won't work. There are some skills that will raise without

being in combat, but there definitiely are more restrictions and requirements to make skills improve.

Earning a decent amount of gold is important in this game. You need it to buy items in the game such as

lockpicks, potions, crafting materials. Paying for skill trainers is one of the most important uses for your

gold. You really do not want to find yourself unable to pay for training when you really want it, and this can

happen very easily. Every time you can and do find the gold to pay trainers for skill it will be that many less

you have to learn on your own. At higher level these skills take a large amount of time to do on your own, and

this is also when the trainers charge the most. A few brief tips on gold earning follow. If keep your mindset on

making the best possible money throughout the game you will find many other ways to profit substantially.

-You do want a house, but you only need one house to start and only need enough furnishings to provide you with

a few containers. Get more later when you have more money. I recommend the house in Whiterun City as it is in a

central location, very close to the fast-travel entrance to the city, and near many vendors. This house does

cost 5000g plus the cost of some furnishings. But you "NEED" it as a place to store all the things you collect

and do not want to sell, so you can keep your weight low to carry more stuff back to sell for more money. You

can get the Jarl's Steward in the fortress to make this available to you early by following the main story

questline, just before fighting your first dragon at the west guard tower. There are cheaper and more expensive

houses around other towns. In any case, purchasing a house needs to be made an urgent and high priority goal- do

this as soon as you can.

-Do not buy a horse. You can still fast travel like normal without one, and an early dragon encounter will

likely kill him anyway. They are difficult to ride and manuever anyway, much easier to just move as normal. You

can get a free mount later by following one of the guild questlines. Save your gold and skip this expense, at

least until you have tons of cash to blow for it.

-The "Speechcraft" perks are worth having. One valuable skill adds 1000g gold to all vendors, another lets you

invest 500g to permanently raise a specific vendor's gold by 500g, useful for the vendors you frequest often.

One very useful perk lets you sell any type of item to any vendor. This makes speechcraft skill points worth

learning early and often.

-There is a lot of money to be made in dungeons, however you often cannot carry most of it back with you because

it is all too heavy. Watching the weight-to-value ratio can help you decide what to loot and what to skip. Even

after this you can drop a big load near the entrance and then finish the dungeon. Later you can fast travel back

to pick up the stuff you dropped.

Skill Leveling Tip: Go back to the Guardian Stones and change your preference depending on which skills you are

focusing on now. For example, the Warrior Stone will make your combat skills increase 20% faster. Switch to the

Mage Stone (20% faster increases to casting skills) or Thief Stone (20% faster increases to stealth skills) when

you think you might be primarily working on a different set of skills. Only one can be active at any single

time, but you can change which bonus you recieve by going back and touching the stone you want to be active. You

found the Guardian Stones almost immediately after the turorial beginning part of the game.

=====( 2. Reading Books for Skill )=====
There are 5 books for each skill that you can find and read to raise a skill. Some are in friendly areas such as

shops and guild halls, others are found in dungeons as you battle and explore. Even if it is indicated that

everything in a place would be stolen you are always able to read books, just don't put it in your inventory.

You can have a follower carry a book for you if you do not wish to read it first, later transfer it from the

follower to you.

I recommend to use the "quick-save" feature of the game (F5) just before reading all books in an area. If you

come across a book and it gave you skill you have the option of reloading your game quickly (F9) to do something

different. If you know a book will give you skill and do have the option to read it later then you might want

this. Make a note of which book gave which skill and stash it in a safe place until your skill is very high,

when it would be hardest and most expensive to gain skill normally. But, in any case reading books for skill is

such a tiny part of the overall process I generally did not worry about it. If I got skill I just let it be as

such.

I do not have a list of book names and locations. You might be able to find a list if you want on the internet.

=====( 3. Using Skills to Progress )=====

-Block-
One of the easiest skills to raise. Do not spend training points on this skill. When ever you find an enemy that

cannot hit you down faster than you regenerate health just lift your shield and back into a corner. Your skill

will raise fast. When an enemy is hitting you hard and you need to buy time, maybe for healing mana to

regenerate, you can lift your shield to take much less damage. Personally I do not actually block much while

playing, I raised the skill for levels and often equip a shield just for the extra AC and enchantment bonus. I

did not spend any perks in blocking.

-Heavy Armor-
Another very easy skill to raise, so do not spend any training points here either. Wear heavy armor and let them

hit you (with shield down). You will often find enemies that cannot really hurt you and these are perfect to

raise skill on. Often you will find things that hurt your somewhat, these are great to also raise restoration

skill at the same time if they don't hurt you more than your majicka regeneratess to heal yourself. I spent

heavily on perks in this category. One perk makes enemies take damage when you wear full heavy armor, so you may

at times need to unequip one piece if you do not want them to die fast while raising skill.

-Light Armor-
Raises fast so also not worth spending training points on. Just like heavy armor let something beat on you while

wearing light armor (shield does not count) and your skill will improve fast. A neat trick can be to mix heavy

and light armor pieces to raise both skills at the same time. It does not seem to raise both faster than a

single armor skill, both skills would raise half as fast as a single alone, so you do not save time. Which ever

chest item you equip seems to get the most skill increases, probably becuase the chest area gets hit more than

any other part of the body. It was worth it to me to max this skill as fast as I could so I could stop carrying

the light armor around, which lessened my carry burden. I did not spend any perks here as I planned to play in

heavy armor and spent all my perks there.

-Archery-
A very difficult skill to raise. It take a very long time to get each point once you are at and above a skill of

75 to 80ish. But it does slowly but surely raise as long as you do attack with bows often enough. My favorite

place to use bows is with a sneak attack, or ranged enemies like archers/casters/dragons. A neat tip is to not

pull the bowstring back when firing at enemies within melee range. Your bow still does good damage but you can

now fire it much faster and get faster skill gains. I thought it was well worth it to spend many training points

with the archery trainer in the first town, but he will not train you past 50 skill. At this time I am now level

70 and my skill is still 2 points shy of 100.

-One-Handed-
A very difficult skill to raise. It take a very long time to get each point once you are at and above a skill of

75 to 80ish. But it does slowly but surely raise as long as you continue to attack with any 1-handed weapon. At

level 70 my skill is still only at 93. One trick to raise skill faster is to keep an unenchanted/unimproved iron

dagger with you, and when you find an enemy that can't hurt you enough to attack with the dagger. If he has a

lot of health and doesn't hurt you much at all you can even use your targeted heal spell to raise him back to

full health so you can chip away at his health again with the dagger. This will also raise restoration skill at

the same time. This skill is well worth spending training points on, especially at higher levels when skill

comes so much more slowly. I trained some perks in this skill, but not a lot. I was planning to have 1-hand

swords as my main playing weapons. The first perk has 5 skills levels which raise 1-hand damage by 20% for each

rank. You want to avoid buying this for as long as possible because if you kill enemies faster by doing more

damage you get less swings and opportunity to raise skill. I did spent 1 perk there early just so I could spend

a few more perks deeper in the tree, then bought all 5 ranks much later.

-Two-Handed-
A very difficult skill to raise. It take a very long time to get each point once you are at and above a skill of

75 to 80ish. But it does slowly but surely raise as long as you continue to attack with any 1-handed weapon.

This skill will take even longer than 1-hand will because a 2-hand weapon will swing slower and do more damage.

Less swings and faster killing means you get less opportunity to raise skill on each monster. I still have a

pretty low skill here at level 70. I do not plan to spend any perks here, once I am done with this skill I will

throw away all my 2-hand weapons and never look at one again. Very well worth it to use training points for this

skill. Obviously, I did not spend any perks in this tree. I still have this skill at a fairly low level at level

70. I am not looking forward to the attempt to max it out.

*-Casting Skills Notes-
The next 5 skills discussed are the casting skills, and these notes apply to all of them. There are 2 things you

can do to make these go faster. First, is your majicka regeneration rate. Some casting skills improve by larger

amounts when you cast higher mana spells, and others increase at the same rate irregardless of the cost. In

either case the limiting factor is your mana, as it will run out at some point and you must wait for it to

regenerate. So, having a higher regeneration rate becomes very important. You can get a bonus of 25% and 50%

with perks in the restoration tree. You can wear robes that will reduce mana cost and improve regeneration,

these come in several ranks and are usually specific to a school of magic. You get Archmage Robes upon

completing the main college of winterhold questline (150% regenerate and 15% less mana to all schools of magic)

and before completing this quest series you get a 50% regenerate neck item. You can also enchant your own items.

Head items with regeneration are also common. Regeneration rates do seem to stack, so having more bonuses

regenerates mana even faster. The second thing that will help is a mana reduction bonus item. If it costs less

to cast spells you can cast more and need less regeneration. These items usually come with school specific

bonuses.

You should be watching and collecting an item set that will let you regenerate decent mana normally, and

regenerate even more mana when you need it. As your mana pool increases with levels you need even more and

better regeneration rates. As a fighter I did not raise my mana very much, but this suited me well because I did

not use much in the field, and a small amount of mana that regenerates fast is useful to me.

A last thing to be aware of is most spells will not increase unless you are in combat or near enough to enemies.

There are some exceptions and the individual cases of this will be noted below.

-Conjuration-
One of the easiest skills to raise. Don't buy training points for this skill. Simply use the "Bound Sword" spell

to summon a sword for you. Sheathe it right away to unsummon it, and cast another one. Repeat this often to gain

skill levels. Even as you approach the 80 to 100 skill range it takes much less casting of this to raise skill

than other casting skills. You must do this while in combat, or at least within range of an enemy angry at you.

The bound sword spell costs less mana than the battleaxe which you also can get at early level, and the higher

mana spells did not seem to increase skill faster.

The raise spells will also increase skill, but are much harder to use and it takes significantly longer. You

need to have a dead opponent within the level requirements of the spell you are using. These spells can be great

strategy in normal and difficult combat encounters, but when you want to raise skill fast they are not.

-Illusion-
This skill is also pretty easy and fast to raise. I would not recommend spending training points on this skill

either. You can keep Clairvoyance ready and cast it often as you are adventuring, the skill will go up fast at

early levels. It will show a magical path to your current quest goal, in a dungeon or on the road cast this

whenever you have a choice of directions to travel, it will help guide the way. A faster way to skill 100 is

using the Muffle spell. It can be cast anywhere, even out of combat. Find a quiet safe spot and cast it

repeatedly as mana allows. I was gaining a full skill point with eash cast to about 35 skill, and getting to 100

won't take terribly long. I raised most of it one Sunday afternoon while most of my attention was on a football

game.

-Alteration-
This skill seemed pretty difficult to raise to maximum. I have not finished it yet myself, and still have a few

things to learn about it. I did spend a fair amount of training points on this skill and I am still in the 80s

somewhere. The light spells were good ways to raise early skill, but it seemed pretty darn slow to me at around

50 skill. Use Candlelight first, and as your mana pool increases switch to Magelight. I believe that

Waterbreathing and Telekinesis are 2 spells you can cast out of combat for skill, but I haven't yet tested it

myself to see if one might be really good for skill increases. I know a somewhat neat trick is to combine

alteration's Equilibrium spell and restoration's self healing. You trade health for mana, and use the mana to

heal yourself. In this way you would raise 2 casting skills at the same time. My restoration skill was already

maxed at the time I learned of this so I still haven't determined if Equilibrium is good or not to raise skill.

It also took me until later in the game before I was able to acquire these last 3 spells. I did find a useful

perk in this tree that any type of character should want... 3 ranks of "Magic Resistance" will give you a 30%

resist rate.

-Restoration-
A somewhat difficult skill to raise to max, but it will get there slow and steady as long as you use it. The

best way to do this is cast healing spells, either on yourself, or on enemy or friendly NPC's. For the heal to

register progress with skill improvments a heal must actually be needed. You do not need to be in combat. The

Equilibrium spell lets you trade health for mana, which seems like a good idea to cycle between these 2

spells... knock down your health to give you more mana, which you use to heal yourself back up. But, there are

better ways. If you just heal yourself or others depending on the situation while you train other skills up like

weapons/armor/block you will hit max skill of 100 long before you get all the other skills to maximum level.

I spent a good amount of perks in this tree. It seemed very useful, and in earlier levels it was. But now that I

have reached level 70 I find myself using heal spells very rarely. If I were to ever start a 2nd character I

would rethink this strategy and spend less perks here. The two ranks of mana regeneration are very important. I

do not recommend spending training points on this skill, there are just too many combinations to get this skill

maxed in due course of working with other skills and just playing the game.

-Destruction-
A very difficult skill to raise to maximum, as it works just like the weapon skills, you have to use the skill

on enemies, and once they are dead you need to use it on the next enemies. Over and Over again for a very long

time. Once I started training this skill I kept a flames per second spell hotkeyed to pull out at every

opportunity, if things got rough I would swith back to my kill-em-fast stuff. I have not discovered an easier

place yet to practice this. There may be an NPC somewhere that you can practice on with high health and won't

fight back or hurt much if he does. I did notice that some NPC's are immune to fire damage (like some ice

wraiths) yet my skill would raise just for trying, but this didn't seem super fast to me. I have not yet tested

other spells to check for faster increases. As a fighter class I did not spend any perks in this skill, but if

you use destruction spells more I am sure there are many useful perks here. I have spend some training points

here, and would recommend to do this more.

-Speechcraft-
There are 2 separate ways to raise this skill. I did nearly all of mine with buying and selling, but you can get

increases by choosing "intimidate/persuade/bribe" options in dialog with other NPC's too. When buying/selling

look to do transactions one item at a time. You can buy/sell items up to quantities of 5 before a "select

quantity" dialog box appears and slows you down. You can even plan for this by going to a vendor with several

stack of 5 items that he does not sell. Simply sell all those items fast, and buy them back fast, repeat this as

often as you can to skill quickly. This option does cost you money as he sells them back to you for more than he

paid to buy them. Choose cheap costing items to do this with and it will cost less. In any case just your normal

buying and selling will gain you a decent amount of skill, a point or two after a larger dungeon with a good

loot haul can be expected.

I have seen comments from other people saying they found certain NPC's in the game that will let you use dialog

options repeatedly to gain fast skill. I haven't found any myself yet but I also did not look real hard before

my skill was already pretty far along. You might wish to try this as high skill might be had for less cost, as

long as you don't choose the bribery option.

In any case I would strongly recommend to try and get this skill maxed fast and early as it will directly lead

to your ability to earn better money. I did not find skill trainers soon enough or I would most definitely spent

as much as I could there. There are many great perks here that will improve profits. The way I look at this set

of skills is spend money if you have to and you will make even more money sooner because of it.

-Lockpicking-
This is another very slow (but steady) skill to increase. You simply need to pick every lock you come across.

Fortunately in nearly every dungeon you run there will be a few/several locks to pick. The master level locks

give a ton of skill increase on success compared to lower level locks so you should never pass on these. The

limiting factor is your stockpile of lockpicks. Just a few master locks can drop a small to decent size stock of

picks to dangerous low levels. You never want to be without lots of these on you. Loot every pick you see, buy

every pick from vendors, even when you think you have enough picks now, you still do not.

A neat trick if you find yourself low on picks and faced with a master lock is to save before starting and learn

the position needed so you can releoad and probably open it without breaking a single pick. Another trick is to

do the Rogue Guild quests early. Although I am about to start this questline myself I do seem to recall that the

previous 2 games allowed an unlimited supply of picks to buy once you were at some point through these quests.

You can alos pick locks in shops towns etc once your sneak skill is good enough. It is not a crime to pick these

locks only if you aren't seen doing it.

I would highly recommend spending for training points. And I am pretty sure there are some decent perks that

will allow leveling to faster, or at least easier. Outside of helping to level this skill I doubt I would spend

perks here for my normal gameplay.

-Sneak-
This skill works a bit differently than the others in that it can be hard to raise skill when it's low, and

easier when it's higher. This is because you can increase skill when you sneak successfully, but at low skill

you won't succeed with sneak much. Because of this you want to do some things to kick start that early skill.

Try using an item with an enchant sneak ability on it. Use sneak attacks with arrows, a ranged sneak attack will

raise skill. Un-equip your foot armor if you have trouble with being detected. And buy a few perks at first

opportunity. The first perk is 5 ranks of "Stealth" which helps you avoid detection by another 10% per rank. The

2nd perk is "Muffled Movement" which reduces noise from armor while sneaking. The 3rd useful perk is "Silence"

which allows you to run with armor on while sneaking, although your skill must be fairly high before you can

train this perk.

At some point around 50 to 60 skill this became real easy for me to raise, probably because of the perks I

trained. Now I can find hundreds of NPC's sneak will work on. Simply find an NPC that doesn't wander much and

look for a wall at a longer distance but still within line of sight to the NPC. Turn on your auto-run and run

into the wall, adjusting the position you face until you find a spot where you don't move. Check your skill

progress bar after a minute to be sure you are actually gaining skill, if you are not then you probably are too

far away. It won't take long to learn what distances will still work, and it's now easy to be undetected and

find a nice spot. This is a skill that will work great while you AFK, too. It will work on friendly NPC's too,

such as a sleeping waitress in the local inn. My skill is now at 80 and it takes at least 5 minutes, getting

close to 10 minutes to gain each full skill point. So, this will take a while. You can also run around dungeons

with sneak on and gain some skill without even knowing that it is happening. This does make it take longer to

travel through it, but in a dungeon this can be a good thing, you won't miss as many important things and you

set yourself up for many more sneak attacks.

-Pickpocketing-
This is the one skill I still have yet to raise a single point in. I have now successfully pickpocketed a few

times but without increase. I had always assumed that this skill would be worse to raise without a high sneak

skill first. To be honest I really don't know yet what any good options are to raise skill fast and efficiently.

I am fairly sure now that this will be my final skill to max. I am planning to run the rogue guild questline

next, and I know when the master skill trainer becomes available to me I will use it at every opportunity. I

suspect there will be a few perks that may help skills increase faster, and I will train them if I can spare the

perk points. If I find useful tips I will come back and edit/add to this section.

-Smithing-
This really is an incredibly easy/cheap/fast skill to raise. And very useful, too. You can create and improve

the high level armors and weapons. And they do improve by quite a bit. It is well worth it to buy perks on one

side of the tree to get to "Daedric". Don't forget to buy the middle option which also you to improve

armor/weapons that are already magical. It is so easy to raise this skill that you should not spend any training

points here. All you need to do is buy iron ore and ignots, and leather strips and leather at every chance you

can. Store them away until you have collected a decent amount. The leather is much easier to get high quantities

of so I recommend not to carry and leather and pelts back from the field. When you are ready go to a smith, use

the tanning rack to convert all pelts and leather to leather strips, use the smelter to convert all iron ore to

iron ignots, then use the forge to create iron daggers. A tip to do these steps fast is to select the item with

"E" and confirm yes with the "Y" button, you will create hundreds in only a few minutes. The daggers do not sell

for much so I usually just dropped them all on the ground except for one which I use for 1-hand skill. As you go

up in ranks in the perk tree it is worth it to improve armors and your favorite kill-em-fast weapon. People say

that dragonscale armor is the best you can get/create in game, but I disagree- it is definitely Daedric. And

Daedric just doesn't drop in this game at higher level like it did in previous games. You could be walking

around at low level in full Daedric gear, and it makes a ton of difference.

-Enchanting-
This skill is not terrible to raise, but is not super easy like smithing either. It takes a bit of planning to

do it somewhat fast later. The very first thing you want to do is collect various magic gears to disenchant.

Choose this option at the enchanter table and destroy an item you are carrying to learn the enchantment it has

on it, which will then be available to you later to use on gear of your own. You can only disenchant an item

with that type of enchantment on it once, and when you know that one it will not let you disenchant another item

with that enchantment on it again. If I had 2 rings with smithing enchantments on them of 5% and 20% I would

disenchant the lower level ring, and vendor the other one. So, you should not vendor the magical items you

collect until you check to see if you can disenchant it first. You will gain quite a bit of enchanting skill by

just disenchanting first. I believe I got to near 50 skill before I ever enchanted one item.

You will want to collect 2 other things, and save them up for a while before starting. First you need filled

soul gems. I recommend buying as many of these from any vendor that has them at every opportunity you have.

Since filling soul gems is such a pain I would only buy the filled ones. And you should buy the lowest level

gems first, then middle and higher level soul gems as cash permits. When you are raising skill it didn't matter

which gem you used, so the cheapest ones are obviously the best first choice. You will likely need many of the

middle level gems too, unless you want to be collecting for much longer.

The 2nd item needed is something to enchant. You can enchant all those daggers you made from smithing, and this

might be a good choice at lower skill level, but enchanting weapons makes you go through an extra confirmation

step that can really slow you down even more (the enchanting process is already much slower than smithing). I

used lots of various necklace and rings that I found adventuring, and even made some with the silver and gold

ores I found. It means you do not get money for selling these now, but you will after you enchant them. By

enchanting these items I was able to go through the enchant process faster. Jewelry and soul gems did not weigh

much, so I could carry a large amount of materials with me to the enchanting table.

Five things determine how powerful your enchantements are: Your skill level in enchanting, the perks you have

trained, the quality of the soul gem (grand is the best), the quality of the item you enchant (gold diamond

neck/ring and daedric gear is the best), and the item with enchanting bonus you wear. When I was skilling up I

did not care what I made, I used the cheapest gear and soul gems I had and put a simple waterbreathing

enchantment on them, But, when you want you put an enchantment on gear you will use you want the best possible

enchantment. The carry bonus enchantment is one of my favorites, and a better enchantment here means each

enchantment increases you weight allowance more then simpler enchantments will. However, even at low skill and

with lesser gear you may want to consider putting a lower level carry enchantment to use for now. I put a carry

bonus enchantment on my boots to equip, and on a necklace and ring to carry and equip when I was encumbered in

the middle of a dungeon. When I get my double enchant bonus I am sure I will add more carry bonus enchantments.

Just like with smithing the perks are are incredibly powerful. The final perk is worth it alone... the ability

to put 2 enchantments on 1 item. I hope I don't need to say more about why this is incredibly valuable. I also

would not spend any training points on this skill, if you just remember to collect the items you need for a

while you can max enchanting easily. The college of Winterhold has about 6 caster NPC's which will sell soul

gems, which makes for a nice place to collect when you have some cash and are in the area.

-Alchemy-
This is a somewhat time-consuming and long term goal skill to max. But it can be done without much trouble if

you constantly take the time to pick up all the alchemy materials you see. You can tell what items are for

alchemy by noticing the item description is different than other items like foods, listing 4 properties of the

ingredient (or "unknown" properties"). Everytime you return to town drop off the materials you collected into a

container in your house. These only weigh 0.1 to 0.3 usually but with the amounts you collect they add up to be

considerable weight if you don't drop them off regularly.

When you have a large batch of ingredient go visit an alchemy table. It won't take long to learn this. You

should note that some potions give considerable more progress than others, and some seem to give almost none. I

belive this has to do with which of the 4 properties of ingredients you are mixing with. If you make a potion

with 2 ingredients that both use the first listed property skill gain will be lower, and if you mix potions

using higher listed properties skill gain will be much improved.

Occasionally you will learn new properties of ingredients when you mix potions. You can always learn at least

the first property of an ingredient if it's unknown just by eating it raw. A useful perk to have is

"Experimentor" which has 3 ranks, each letting you learn the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th property by eating them. I didn't

train the last rank, but found the first 2 ranks very useful. The random game tips even state that you can gain

a small amount of alchemy experience from eating ingredients. Another very useful perk is "Green Thumb" which

causes you to collect 2 ingredients at a time. This really helps you get the materials you need much faster.

Selling created potions is a great money maker. However, you should consider keeping some on you at all times,

and a decent stash in your home for when you run low. There are only 4 potions that I consider to be "must

haves": restore health, restore mana, restore stamina, and cure desease. I carry about 7 to 10 of each on me

except for health which I carry even more. I try to only carry the "ultimate" potions that I have found and

bought, and do my best to not use these unless in dire need. Of course my mana pool is pretty tiny so ultimate

mana isnt really worth it, but my health is now around 800 points and still climbing, the ultimate heals are

especially good to have. In order to not use my stash of ultimates up fast I make use of the other potions I

find or make with alchemy, and I keep a decent stash of these in my house to resupply with. Sell almost all the

rest to make great money, although your own gameplay style may have you keep and use others.

I found out later in this game that I do not make potions like I did in the previous 2 games. Before it was

possible to find vendors at very low level with unlimited supply of ingredients to make mana and health potions,

and in turn make a large amount of gold at low level too. You cannot do that in this game. You still make good

money from doing it, and you can still make nice and useful potions, it is just done over a much longer period

of time now. For this reason I don't believe I will spend any more perks in Alchemy past green thumb and rank2

of experimentor. If you like creating potions and put them to best use then you might strongly consider buying

more perks as this skill comes close to the usefulness that smithing and enchanting does. In your first city

"Whiterun" the local alchemy shop has an expert skill trainer who will train to 75. I did spend points here

because I didn't yet know where other skill trainers were, I may have done it anyway. Spend points on trainers

here if you want to, but you can get this skill to 100 without too much difficulty on your own.

=====( 4. Skill Trainers for Advancement )=====
You can train a skill up to five times each time you level up. They do not have to all be with the same trainer.

You can spend 3 points at one trainer, and then 2 more at another.

Each time you train it costs you gold, which increases in amount as your skill goes up. Since gold will be the

biggest limiting factor for how often you can use trainers you may want to make earning money a priority.

If you miss training and level up again you cannot go back to train for the previous level.

There are occasions when you can train with 2 or more trainers per level for the full 5 points each. At one time

I thought I knew the rule but I have proved it wrong already. At first, I thought you could train with one

trainer for each general skill category (combat/casting/stealth) since I was training with an expert alchemist

and a journeyman bowyer at the same time. But then when I trained with a master spellcaster in the college I

could not train a combat skill at the same level. So I now believe the rule probably is you can train with only

1 master, 1 expert, and 1 journeyman trainer per level. I have not proven this yet. Since I have done it before

I am sure there is some rule in place for how and when you can. I suppose it is even possible that a level cap

might be in place, for instance 1 trainer per level after 50. I just don't know for sure right now.

If you have not used any trainers yet for your current level and you want to, you can still earn enough skill

points to gain another level. The trick is to not open up the skills/levelup menu until after you trained. The

moment you open that menu you are required to level-up even if you accidently open it. So, go to your trainer(s)

and train your skill points, then immediately level up, and you can train a fresh set of 5 more skills. Don't

forget that training skills will progress you to the next level, too. If you earn enough skill increases to gain

2 levels you will be forced to train 2 levels at once, and lose opportunity to use trainers for 1 level.

Some trainers may be unavailable to you until you complete certain quests. These are mostly some of the quests

to gain status in organizations such as the thieves guild. For example, The Master smithing trainer is not

available until you complete the early and easy steps in the main Companions questline.

(tip: copy/paste the chart below into a notepad.txt document for proper formatting and printing)

+===============++========================( Skill Trainers )===============+============================+
| Rank || Journeyman | Expert | Master |
| Skill || 50 skill max | 75 skill max | 100 skill max |
+===============++============================+============================+============================+
| Archery || Faendal in Riverwood | Aela the Huntress | Niruin |
| (Combat) || | The Companions in Whiterun | Riften Thieves Guild |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Block || None | Njade Stonearm | Larak of Mor Khazgur |
| (Combat) || | The Companions in Whiterun | The Reach |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Heavy Armor || Hermir Strongheart | Gharol of Dushnikh Yal | Farkas |
| (Combat) || Windhelm | The Reach | The Companions in Whiterun |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| One-Handed || Amren | Athis | Burguk of Dushnikh Yal |
| (Combat) || Whiterun | The Companions in Whiterun | The Reach |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Smithing || Ghorza | Balimund | Eorlund Gray-Mane |
| (Combat) || Markarth | Riften | Whiterun |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Two-Handed || None | Torbjorn Shatter-Shield | Vilkas |
| (Combat) || | Windhelm | The Companions in Whiterun |
+===============++============================+============================+============================+
| Alteration || Melaran | Dravynea of Kynesgrove | Tolfdir |
| (Magic) || Solitude | Eastmarch | College in Winterhold |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Conjuration || Runil | Phinis Gestor | Falion |
| (Magic) || Falkreath | College in Winterhold | Morthal |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Destruction || Wuunferth the Unliving | Sybille Stentor | Faralda |
| (Magic) || Windhelm | Solitude | College in Winterhold |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Illusion || None | Atub in Largoshbur | Drevis Neloren |
| (Magic) || | The Rift | College in Winterhold |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Restoration || None | Colette Marence | Danica Pure-Spring |
| (Magic) || | College in Winterhold | Whiterun |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Enchanting || None | Sergius Turrianus | Hamal |
| (Magic) || | College in Winterhold | Markarth |
+===============++============================+============================+============================+
| Alchemy || Lami | Arcadia | Babette |
| (Stealth) || Morthal | Whiterun | Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Light Armor || Scouts-Many-Marshes | Grelka | Mazir |
| (Stealth) || Whiterun | Riften | Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Lockpicking || None | Majhad | Vex |
| (Stealth) || | Khajiit Caravans | Riften Thieves Guild |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Pickpocketing || Ahkari | Silda the Unseen | Vipir |
| (Stealth) || Khajiit Caravans | Windhelm | Riften Thieves Guild |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Sneak || Khayla | Garvey | Delven Mallory |
| (Stealth) || Khajiit Caravans | Markarth | Riften Thieves Guild |
+---------------++----------------------------+----------------------------+----------------------------+
| Speechcraft || Revyn Sadri/Windhelm | Ogmund the Skald | Geraud Gemaine |
| (Stealth) || Dro'marash/Khajiit Carav. | Markarth | Solitude Bards College |
+===============++============================+============================+============================+

I hope you found this guide useful. If you wish to make comments/corrections/additions please feel free. I will

attmept to update this guide a few times in the future.
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Where And How To Join The Theives Guild 67%
Go to Riften (The Rift), go to the market circle and a guy will start talking to you. He comes up with a shceme to take a ring from a seller and put it into another guys pocket without being seen. When tne shceme is finished go back and talk to him about joining the thieves guild. When your done talking you haev to meet him in the Ragged Flagon in the ratway. When you get there, you will talk to the leader and do quests. Your done!
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Easy running when over encumbered 67%
Equip a weak 1-handed sword,mace or axe and the shout whirlwind sprint, shout then while its regenerating use a heavy attack therefore making you sprint forward and swing your weapon then repeat when your shout has regenerated
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