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I just completed the main quest, but when I initially got to Skuldafn Temple I became over-encumbered and dumped all my inventory into a dragon corpse hoping I could come back to retrieve it later (since there wasn't a way to leave Skuldafn and I didn't want to load an older save to dump all my stuff before going there). I dumped a whole ton of valuable stuff like dragon bones and various special weapons, armour etc.

Now I'm back in Skyrim and there doesn't seem to be a way to get back there to retrieve all my gear.

I would be willing to use console commands now that I have completed the main quest without any kind of help. Can anybody help me out?

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Can't you just call Odahviing back using the shout he gave you and fly back? –  user19701 Feb 9 '12 at 20:15
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@Pete, no, when you shout for him he comes and fights for you... but you can't ride him –  jmfsg Feb 9 '12 at 20:23
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You cannot get back there without console commands. The console command you are looking for is "coc " and you'll probably need to do it again to get out.

Use coc skuldafn02 to get there. The codes for Skuldafn are skuldafn01 trough skuldafn04. 02 should put your back in the Skuldafn temple. coc whiterun might bring you back home. Not sure about the last one.

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Thanks, this did it. The relevent codes are 'skuldafn01' through 'skuldafn04'. –  Mike Weller Nov 25 '11 at 12:29
    
You have to type xmmm before you type your destination into the sub hub box — including the x,y,z position, as character models may be corrupted and not indexed correctly! –  user17714 Jan 4 '12 at 3:22
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It is possible to get to Skuldafn/Sovengarde after the main quest by using coc skuldafn02 in the console

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