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Every drug-like potion, alcoholic food item, etc. will describe it's behaviour fully in the effects list in your inventory; there is no addiction mechanism, and there are no penalties beyond what is listed (usually just a penalty to stamina regeneration). In fact, Skooma, described in-universe as highly addictive, doesn't even have that!
When confronted with a bounty, you have several options, which are detailed in the answer to this question. In your particular case, you can't declare Thaneship. You've also indicated that you'd rather not lose skill progress. In this case, you still have several options: If you've got cash on hand, you could just pay it off. The guards will leave you ...
Your game files and your save data are two separate things. Your save files are already on your Xbox, your game is not. Installing it to the hard drive merely makes it less intensive for your system to run. You are not changing anything about your save files except how the system interacts between Skyrim and your save files. So, in essence, nothing at all ...
If you are on PC, you can use the command console. Press ` (Backtick, not single quote) Click on the NPC you want to pacify Type setav aggression 0 Hopefully he will not be aggressive towards you anymore. Full list of commands you can use can be found here: Skyrim:Console Specifically, you are using the setav meaning "Set Actor Value" and you are then ...
You can use Skyrim String Localizer (you might want to Google it instead of following the link..) to translate ESP files. For BSA files you'll need a BSA unpacker and a file editor for the files contained inside the archive. For most mods translating the ESP file should be enough as BSA usually contains only textures, models, scripts and such.
Apparently, this is a possible bug, in which Irileth's aggression value can be set to 1 for no apparent reason. Since you've stated that she's actually started attacking you, there is only one possible solution. Commit any minor crime, such as assaulting a guard, and then clear your bounty. If all goes well, this should cause NPCs to stop attacking you.
Well, I just clean up them by collecting ALL of them, and drop them to my house's big lake. FYI, this took nearly one hour(real life). After that, I found that I can't swim into the house's lake anymore(PC crash into desktop when I go into the lake). Too bad :( Now, I'm moving my garbage items to imperial camp's chest :P (I'm not imperial side, guards are ...
@kotekzot is not entirely right. It depends on what experience you want to achieve with your mods. Requiem makes a large number of changes to lots of stuff. Many will get over-written if you follow BOSS's load order, you may not want this. People misunderstand what BOSS accomplishes. The way the master-list is organized you will rarely experience a CTD after ...
A long answer incoming! The code of Skyrim is such that any object in the game existed always and will exist forever. New objects can be created in-game, items that can be bought, for example. Enchanted weapons and apparel can be destroyed but not the ordinary ones. If any item is dropped anywhere in the world, it'll stay there forever. However, there's a ...
@Falskaar, Go clean your room! Open the console and aim for your pile of junks, and use this command: MarkForDelete Permanently deletes the selected item either instantaneously or upon reload. This command is cleaner than disable, as it removes the item completely instead of just hiding it from view. And repeat for all items in the pile.
Did you try talking to the Jarl of Falkreath? Or Dawnstar? Or Morthal? Even if you have completed quests for them in the past, if you want Hearthfire start, talk to them. On talking with them they will give you one more quest. Hand in the quest to the Jarl, and you will get the letter.
This is simple online calculator for your potions,this one is similar with a bit more options. This one is made around potion profitability. If you don't like guessing here you have the list of craftable potions and poisons.
Here's a short and simple answer to your question: No. The "speed" of casting is a spell is same in any apparel. The movement speed is affected by armour and the movement sound is also increased. That is, you can't make a stealth kill while you are wearing a heavy armor, as the target will hear you sneaking. That kept aside, the factor to be considered by a ...
Mudcrabs. Unlike the spiders, they respawn fast, within days. Unlike other general wildlife, they are hostile, so you don't have to chase them down. Unlike bears, horkers, and draugr, they are easy and can be killed at a low levels and one-shotted at high levels. I cycle through the following locations: Spiders at Cronvangr Cave Mudcrabs at Mara's Eye ...
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