Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Cheats
Yeah, this. Looking for "inferno", the middle word for the Fire Breath shout, which they say translates to "Toor", but a search for that on the console reveals nothing, so it appears to be wrong. If someone who has it could take a screenshot of the word "Inferno" in their shout, we could probably translate it.
Edit: I found it in-game. It's definitely T something R, but the middle character (only 3 characters) doesn't match any of the individually translated characters available here: elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Dragon_language - If you take the character "N" as an example, it looks like one of those arrows at the top pointing right, a diamond below it and another arrow at the right pointing up.
[Edited by Draesk, 11/13/2011 4:17:46 PM]
I think i found out how to unlock shouts properly.
1. First do as allready told
to find your shout
2. search with help firstwordofshout 4, you have to look for the first word of the shout
3. look after WOOP in the list
4. use player.teachword ID with the ID you got out of the list (WOOP)
5. now you have the basic shout
6. look after the second word with help secondwordofshout 4
7. look after SPL for spell ID, use player.addspell ID
8. do steps 5-7 with the third word
9. unlock the shout with a dragon soul, if you dont have souls add souls with the player.forceav dragonsoul # command, where # is the ammount of souls you want
sry again it adds the shout spell, but it doesnt show it in the spell book
[Edited by ChrisD886, 11/14/2011 1:35:48 AM]
I only want to give my guy a boost in skills but without bringing his level up.
For example I get how to add points to the skills such as archery and one handed. Thing is as I get it this does not improve your skills they are just a pre req for unlocking the perks.
Is there a simple and confirmed way to just add say 10 perk points without the corresponding levels and XP.
Without having to search the console with "Help "X" 4" X being the perk name so it gives you the codes for each level.
I wouldnt mind doing this if it was a bit clearer what actually happens? Does it show the perk as active? Is there any issues with doing it this way?
For example can i just say have 2 levels of a perk and not take the Third? As all the guides say I must put all three levels of codes in?
[Edited by tankus910, 11/14/2011 2:23:01 AM]
So far ive used: player.incpcs "skill" to boost skills up.
BUT it only goes up 1 point at a time and since you can't copy paste in consol it really really suck!
So my question is are there a easier way to boost up your skills, dosn't matter if i lvl up cause of: player.setlevel.
[Edited by Haxl3r, 11/14/2011 3:45:28 AM]
Found it, its player.setav "skill" "amount"
[Edited by Haxl3r, 11/14/2011 4:05:52 AM]
• Add Dragon Souls
• No Shout Cooldowns
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