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Locked Topic  This trainer is bad!
 
Chabs232  posted on Jul 09, 2009 11:06:38 AM - Report post

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Regarding the Trainer 1.2.0416, $1 Million Gold, No Encumberance, U....


It might grant you lots of stuff! But it's bad! Not because "It is bad cheating!" or something like that, but because it makes your character's head disapear!
Like when you switch to the third person, the game lags abit and you see no head in your body (unless you wear a helmet or something). This happens only when you fight. If you keep playing, you'll notice that when switching to the third person, you'll see NO BODY AT ALL!.... And it gets better... Keep playing and... You won't be able to see sh-t. You'll have to save and load so that the probleme is fixed (for a short period of time)

I 1st thought it was because of the mods, but I don't use many. I tryied deactivating all the mods I have, but nothing changed...

 
Darthhomes  posted on Dec 13, 2009 6:20:25 PM - Report post

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Just like every trainer, it will eventually bug up your game.
perhaps trying downloading a re-texturing mod it should fix any problem.

Also if you use too many console commands the game eventually gets bugged, and there are a number of other possibilities here.

You should probably reinstall the game that should fix any graphical issues. But don't delete your save data.

 
Chabs232  posted on Dec 14, 2009 4:26:11 AM - Report post

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Waw, lol, I wasn't expecting a comment This topic has been running for god knows how long
Belive me I tryied everything I could. But somewhat I find it useless now as I find the game without trainer even more fun!

Bye!

 
katiecarmen  posted on Mar 11, 2010 5:13:30 AM - Report post

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as the saying goes cheaters never prosper lol so cant expect much
 
Wingle  posted on May 16, 2010 4:19:27 PM - Report post

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-To avoid any potential side-effects, pause the game before doing using it.
-I wouldn't recommend saving with any codes on.


-From the Trainer's included .nfo


always read them (.nfo) with wordpad (open with). They are hidden like that because they use a certain ASCII text editor. They are sometimes compatible with notepad, but you may not be able to see the ASCII art properly in either case without a .nfo viewer (Damn NFO is one).

 
Chabs232  posted on May 17, 2010 8:33:17 AM - Report post

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Don't worry I always read .nfo files
(right-click, open with, notepad)

This thread is pretty old don't you think ?

 
The_crimson_fox  posted on Jun 07, 2010 1:48:44 PM - Report post

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Why use a trainer? Console commands will do the same thing. Hit the Tild ~ key, and enter
Player.additem F 1000000 for a million gold, modpca will change your attributes. Modpca Attribute Amount. Modpca Skill Amount. SetpcFame, SetPcInfamy, TGM {Toggle god mode} enables unlimited magic, fatigue, health, and no encumbrance or degrading on weapons/armor. There's really absolutely no reason for a trainer in this game.
The player.Additem command can work with Any item in the game, so long as you know the Item-number. And most of these can be found by just going to the oblivion wiki, and looking up "Console commands"
 
Chabs232  posted on Jun 07, 2010 2:15:45 PM - Report post

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I know about console commands don't worry
But I didn't want to use them, for the TGM one is like 100% God mod, like no armours and weapons damage, unlimited Mana and stamina and all that crap.
Just wanted the health to be unlimited, so that I could up some levels for skills without "cheating"...

But why not just say that using no cheat is the best way ?

Finished it trice on Xbox but only bought it on PC for the mods and all that crap (Omfg sexah female models )


On a side note, leave that thread to die Hehehehehe.

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