the one for dragon souls is simply "player.modav dragonsouls [x]" i used 10 for testing it. just incase no one found it yet
lol..yea its been on my guide for more than 6 hours now...other sites picked it up quick..except they seem to have done it wrong. It's ForceAV not mod. Modav corrupts the game
[Edited by Tnor, 11/11/2011 9:20:37 PM]
how does modav corrupt the game? I've used that for most of my stats, carryweight etc... through half of the game and have not come accross any problems with it. from what I can tell Setav sets the base level of the skill/stat. and modav gives you a boost that is not necessarily permanent its kind of like a boost you would get from equipping an item. Basically I used setav to set the skill to what I want and the number is white in the skill menu. Then you use modav to get a boost. If you don't understand then set a setav a skill to 1 and try to equip something or use something that requires a certain skill level. It won't allow you to use it even if you have modav set to 999 or whatever.
Guess what I found from fooling with the item commands? I couldn't figure out the name of the testing hall but I'm pretty sure to teleport there will start with player.coc xxxxxxxx will keep trying to find it. I DID manage to find the chests from the testing hall with all In game Items: Use with player.placeatme
000c2cd4 All Ammo 000c2cd6 Standard Armor 000c2cd7 Enchanted Armor 000c2cd8 Clothes and Jewelry 000C2cd9 Spelltomes 000c2cda All Ingredients 000c2cdb All Keys 000c2cde Staffs 000c2cdf Enchanted Weapons 000c2ceo Standard Weapons 000c2ce1 Scrolls 000c2ce2 Potions 000c2d3b Books 0010d9ff Skill Books
using the command will place a tall container under you with the listed items so you should probably spawn in an outside area. (I got stuck in a roof while trying one of them) also be careful which Items you add to your inventory because some of the quest items will break your game. And keep in mind that some of these containers will have long loading times so be patient even when taking an item out.
Nice find. I did see this in the hex, but I figured on passing them up for mostly individual lists. But this is definitely useful for people that rather search the hundreds of items through the game, I will incorporate it on the guide as well for 3.25. I also wanted to avoid people taking quest items, as they fall into those "Test" containers