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As far as I know, neither Skyrim nor steam have any direct options to do this. As a workaround, you could use the Skyrim Script Extender to launch the game. You can add the SKSE to your steam library as a non steam game, then change the tile to the one from Skyrim and hide the original Skyrim in a Category.
As far as I am aware, there are no items in the vanilla game (or official DLC) that provide a constant "on fire" visual or mechanical effect (the Ebony Mail artifact armor damages nearby creatures during combat / while crouching, but it's poison-based, not fire-based). Items enchanted with a fire damage effect glow red, but the effect is subtle and ...
Go to your Skyrim installation folder. The folder is usually under "C:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\data" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\skyrim\data" depending on your system. In the folder, there should be two executable files named "SkyrimLauncher" and "TESV". Rename "SkyrimLauncher" to "Launcher". Rename "TESV" to ...
You can copy/rename the files so that the real game executable is named SkyrimLauncher.exe Works for me.
I've managed to fix this bug. All you have to do is make sure you've given your kids a wooden sword and child's doll (sometimes they will be in the hidden chest in Salvius Farm outside Markarth). Give them the clothes while they're in action either playing with toys or sitting down. But you cant rush through, after you give them the clothes let the dialog ...
There is no quest to get rid of the White-Gold Concordat, I believe. See the list of all Skyrim quests here. Closest thing, IMO, is to win the civil war in favor of the Stormcloaks. Though, gameplay-wise, the random encounters with the Thalmor will still occur. And lore-wise, the White-Gold Concordat would still be in effect in the rest of the Empire.
Armor items have a base armor rating (based on the type of armor, eg Steel) that cannot be changed - but you can improve the effective armor rating (i.e. the number that appears on the item when you have it equipped) in a few ways: Increasing the level of the armor skill relating to that type of armor (eg increased Heavy Armor skill will improve the ...
Once you have defeated Lord Harkon and cured Serana of vampirism, there is no way to become a Vampire Lord (outside of PC-only console commands).
This is part of the quest Flight or Fight, so you need to head to Heartwood Mill which is located west of Riften and speak to Grosta. Heartwood Mill is almost due west of Riften, on the opposite shore of the large lake that Riften is on (Lake Honrich). There's a map here. There is a known bug in this quest where Grosta may not acknowledge you found her ...
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