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The simplest way to keep the skeleton key is to not finish the Darkness Returns quest. Doing this prevents you from completing the Thieves Guild quest line, however, once your lockpicking skill is 100, you can pick up the "Unbreakable" perk which causes your lockpicks to never break. Since the main advantage of the Skeleton Key is that it can't break, once ...


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The Creation Kit is notorious for introducing "dirty" edits during mod-making, where an untouched part of the world gets added to the mod file. If a modder working from a non-English copy of Skyrim didn't clean their mod before release, this is the kind of thing dirty edits would do. You can fix this by disabling all your mods one at a time (or better, by ...


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If you're playing on PC, you can use this console command to reset that quest. resetquest <questid> Open the console by pressing the tilde key (usually found directly under the escape button), enter that command with the relevant quest ID, and it will reset that quest. The only way I know of to find out the quest's ID was to use this thread Thread ...


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No, that's a hoax. Not a very good one either. Further evidence is that the obsessively-detailed coverage of Skyrim in the UESP doesn't mention "mermaid" once.


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To answer the question in the title - the Bleak Falls Barrow quest has no bearing on your ability to get a house in Falkreath. If you are already Thane, the steward should offer you the land, however after reading both Elder Scrolls Wiki and UESP it's not completely clear whether this requires that you are level 9 or not. They both mention that you may ...


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The safest way to do this is simply to reload a previous save. Any thing you do to reset a quest without loading a save, might have undesirable consequences later.


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This tutorial works perfectly for me. I'm playing Skyrim for Steam flawless! But to run steam you should use the following command: $ nohup wine "/home/USER/.wine/drive_c/Program Files/Steam/Steam.exe" & This will make you terminal free for closing after Steam started. Or you can just run [Yet, you can make a skyrim.desktop file for this ...



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