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This is getting out of Hand!!!!!
 
awakendjay  posted on Nov 12, 2011 3:35:43 PM - Report post

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The Yielding system in skyrim (pc version only?) is in one simple word, HORRID !!!

How the hell do you yield to friendly npcs for accidently stealing or hitting them "twice" (ok it wasnt accidental but whatever, in oblivion you could yield)

I know it says to - put away weapon to yield, but that only works one time, or non at all, and doesn't stick always

Anyone know the way to yield, this is causing problems and pretty much forcing me to use older saves


is this a bug or something? anyone figure this out?

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Nov 12, 2011 4:52:14 PM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by awakendjay

The Yielding system in skyrim (pc version only?) is in one simple word, HORRID !!!

How the hell do you yield to friendly npcs for accidently stealing or hitting them "twice" (ok it wasnt accidental but whatever, in oblivion you could yield)

I know it says to - put away weapon to yield, but that only works one time, or non at all, and doesn't stick always

Anyone know the way to yield, this is causing problems and pretty much forcing me to use older saves


is this a bug or something? anyone figure this out?

I think I only Yielded once in Oblivion. Every other time I just payed the fine lol.

I found this in PCGammer

quote:
originally posted by Cataclysmic


You can indeed yield in skyrim - just sheath your weapon and they should stop attacking. However if your bounty is so high that you're the equivalent of jack the ripper in a given town then they won't stop until your dead. My advice? Get sneaky, and get the hell out.

and this

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originally posted by Freddie


Not sure about in Skyrim, but I remember the option to 'yield' was to hold down the block button and talk to a guard at the same time, and unless you're in seriously bad trouble he/she will accept and you can pay the fine.



This from gamefaqs

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originally posted by AbrasaxZero


Well, I haven't actually yielded myself, since an Orc yields to no man.

But, as I understand it, you hit X button to sheath your weapon (or put away your spells), and that is what Skyrim accepts as a yield.

[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 11/12/2011 4:55:19 PM]

 
awakendjay  posted on Nov 12, 2011 5:28:54 PM - Report post

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originally posted by ServiusTheBear

quote:
originally posted by awakendjay

The Yielding system in skyrim (pc version only?) is in one simple word, HORRID !!!

How the hell do you yield to friendly npcs for accidently stealing or hitting them "twice" (ok it wasnt accidental but whatever, in oblivion you could yield)

I know it says to - put away weapon to yield, but that only works one time, or non at all, and doesn't stick always

Anyone know the way to yield, this is causing problems and pretty much forcing me to use older saves


is this a bug or something? anyone figure this out?

I think I only Yielded once in Oblivion. Every other time I just payed the fine lol.

I found this in PCGammer

quote:
originally posted by Cataclysmic


You can indeed yield in skyrim - just sheath your weapon and they should stop attacking. However if your bounty is so high that you're the equivalent of jack the ripper in a given town then they won't stop until your dead. My advice? Get sneaky, and get the hell out.

and this

quote:
originally posted by Freddie


Not sure about in Skyrim, but I remember the option to 'yield' was to hold down the block button and talk to a guard at the same time, and unless you're in seriously bad trouble he/she will accept and you can pay the fine.

This from gamefaqs

quote:
originally posted by AbrasaxZero


Well, I haven't actually yielded myself, since an Orc yields to no man.

But, as I understand it, you hit X button to sheath your weapon (or put away your spells), and that is what Skyrim accepts as a yield.

[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 11/12/2011 4:55:19 PM]

I already read all those posts before i came to this site, and like i said already, it works like one time, but it is really buggy, i cant yiels to regular people after stealing from them once or twice, it changes everytime...no stability

 
a1maverick  posted on Nov 12, 2011 6:06:55 PM - Report post

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originally posted by awakendjay

quote:
originally posted by ServiusTheBear

quote:
originally posted by awakendjay

The Yielding system in skyrim (pc version only?) is in one simple word, HORRID !!!

How the hell do you yield to friendly npcs for accidently stealing or hitting them "twice" (ok it wasnt accidental but whatever, in oblivion you could yield)

I know it says to - put away weapon to yield, but that only works one time, or non at all, and doesn't stick always

Anyone know the way to yield, this is causing problems and pretty much forcing me to use older saves


is this a bug or something? anyone figure this out?

I think I only Yielded once in Oblivion. Every other time I just payed the fine lol.

I found this in PCGammer

quote:
originally posted by Cataclysmic


You can indeed yield in skyrim - just sheath your weapon and they should stop attacking. However if your bounty is so high that you're the equivalent of jack the ripper in a given town then they won't stop until your dead. My advice? Get sneaky, and get the hell out.

and this

quote:
originally posted by Freddie


Not sure about in Skyrim, but I remember the option to 'yield' was to hold down the block button and talk to a guard at the same time, and unless you're in seriously bad trouble he/she will accept and you can pay the fine.

This from gamefaqs

quote:
originally posted by AbrasaxZero


Well, I haven't actually yielded myself, since an Orc yields to no man.

But, as I understand it, you hit X button to sheath your weapon (or put away your spells), and that is what Skyrim accepts as a yield.

[Edited by ServiusTheBear, 11/12/2011 4:55:19 PM]

I already read all those posts before i came to this site, and like i said already, it works like one time, but it is really buggy, i cant yiels to regular people after stealing from them once or twice, it changes everytime...no stability

Try these console commands, anyone of these might help.

player.setcrimegold XXX - Set it high if you want to fight, set it at 0 if you want to be free.

TAI - Toggle Artificial Intelligence (freezes npc, they can't walk, move, or anything.)

TCAI- Toggle Combat Artificial Intelligence (same as TAI; however only makes the NPC not being able to combat)

TDetect- Toggle AI Detection (You can steal all you want and no one will see you, doesn't work with pickpocketing)


 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Nov 12, 2011 11:43:47 PM - Report post

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I am actually thinking it might be a factor that they just don't like you and that is coming into play.
 
LordVenator  posted on Nov 13, 2011 2:30:54 AM - Report post

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I am actually thinking it might be a factor that they just don't like you and that is coming into play.

That's pretty much obvious, isn't it? I mean, I'd keep punching him if I catch him stealing from me two or more times even if he yields.

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Nov 13, 2011 4:45:28 AM - Report post

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quote:
originally posted by ServiusTheBear

I am actually thinking it might be a factor that they just don't like you and that is coming into play.

That's pretty much obvious, isn't it? I mean, I'd keep punching him if I catch him stealing from me two or more times even if he yields.

Yeah I would do the same thing. Cause I spent some time checking it via Oblivion and noticed the better you are with the person it works better. So am only guessing its the same on Skyrim. If not yer in my words.

 
DABhand  posted on Nov 13, 2011 6:11:02 AM - Report post

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You can only get away once per faction, like it is says in the manual.

So it's not HORRID. It is working as intended. Perhaps be more careful when stealing and get your skills up to do it properly.

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