Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Discussion
You can't change the draw speed itself as mentioned, but
you can modify how much time slows down when using aim:
player.setav BowSpeedBonus #
where a value of 0.5 is 50% slower, i.e. as the perks do
set it to 0 to freeze time entirely while aiming
[Edited by Yukidama, 11/23/2011 12:35:21 AM]
Hey try - Default is 1. I believe that although this doesnt make you draw your bow faster, the value represents how fast time progresses as you draw, for instance setting this value to 0 should stop time whenever you draw to fire. Hope This Helps! [Edited by wishhavoc, 11/23/2011 2:12:02 AM]
Nevermind didnt see the post above.
Default is 1.
I believe that although this doesnt make you draw your bow faster, the value represents how fast time progresses as you draw, for instance setting this value to 0 should stop time whenever you draw to fire.
Hope This Helps!
[Edited by wishhavoc, 11/23/2011 2:12:02 AM]
oh 1 last thing.. is there anyways to get rid of a placeatme Forge i spawned earlier in the game its kinda blocking the whole path in whiterun lol
[Edited by Vendeatha, 11/23/2011 2:59:40 AM]
this is the "DualFlurry" mgef but works on two handers as well!
so not having to mess with player set buut...
you have to modav your enchanting down were 2=100% speedboost
I've tried incriments of 0.25 equaling in +25% speed boost
So bring down your enchantment to 1 then add the proper decimal of which percentage you like.
enchanting 1+ player.modav enchanting 0.5=1.5= 50% speedboost
just remember to set your enchanting skill back to a whole number as it doesn't show fractions
equipping the item just adds that amount to your current speed multiplier so if you got the perk Dual flurry 1 which gives you a 20% boost thats 1.20x base speed adding the enchanted item above will give you another 1.5x base speed making it 2.70
oh yea no description in item
[Edited by pooks35, 11/23/2011 9:18:32 AM]
Bring up the console, click on the object (I believe this works on children too) and type disable.
To increase the speed of your horse, bring up the console and click on your horse to get the ID. Use the ID like so (example ID):
ff0015b3.setav speedmult 150
Default speed is 100. Set to 200 is speed x2. I would also recommend increasing the stamina.
[Edited by StormSinger, 11/23/2011 1:40:27 PM]
[Edited by StormSinger, 11/24/2011 10:23:42 AM]
Try this. Bring up the console, click on the NPC in question and use these commands:
player.setrelationshiprank player 4
setrelationshiprank player 4
addfac 5c84d 1
Talk to them afterwards and look for the "follow me" dialog option.
Depending on who you highjack, you may have to set their aggression and confidence up a couple of notches so that they don't run and hide every time a fight breaks out. Hroki squealed like a little girl at the first sign of a spider until I gave her a pep talk... now she's a natural born-again killer.
setav confidence <1-4>
setav aggression <1-3>
[Edited by StormSinger, 11/23/2011 5:53:47 PM]
[Edited by StormSinger, 11/23/2011 10:46:31 PM]
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