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You won't get the bonus for wearing a matching set, but you will get the bonus for wearing a full light/heavy armor set, if it meets that requisite.


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The Arcaneum Library is not a "Safe Location", so storing things in the bookshelves here is not safe. If the area respawns, you'll lose any items you left there. On top of that, there's a note on the Containers page about bookshelves in particular: Bookshelves can often glitch, causing you to lose any books that are stored on the shelf you are using. ...


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The Imperial bonus isn't really worth it: 100% chance of 2-10 extra gold in all chests that normally contain gold, as well as to the corpses of various gold-dropping enemies, such as bandits, dragons, draugr, Falmer, Forsworn, giants, and rieklings Honestly, 2-10 gold per loot is pretty low, especially in the mid-to-late game where weapons and armor ...


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Since you've completed the house requirements, here are the other thing you need to do: You need to complete Innocence Lost by going into the Arentino Residence and talk to Aventus. After it's complete, later go back and talk to the lady Constance. I know you're trying to adopt from the orphanage. If you still can't adopt from the orphanage, you can ...


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In the comments, I suggested deleting and re-downloading the DLC. This seems to have worked!


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Adoption have requirements : Having a house with a child bedroom or a second room in a self-built house. Finishing the Innocence Lost quest As you said, you have the bedroom. Have you finished the Innocence Lost quest ?


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I would say it is the outfit issue. Presumable they are set as normal actors and assigned as Outfit=none. Every time you go away (so they would unload) they will revert to their basic outfit or Can be something about the very cell that made them unequip armor. You can change the cell properties, under the "Interior Data" tab the "Encounter Zone" set to ...


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Reload any save at the part before you stored the staff, but not so far. The content will still be remove, but the staff will be safe in your possesions. If you're on PC, using cheats to get it back.


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Geirmund's hall, Saarthal and Fothungur are the place that you can find the amulets. Saarthal having the magicka amulet, geirmund's hall having the stamina and fothungur having the health amulet


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You'll get your weapon back if you haven't waited for an in-game week. If you waited that long, then cells and interiors will reset and if that happens, you won't be able to get your weapon. if you're on PC, you could just simply use cheats to get it back. Also try to find a way in the ruins to get to the place where you last had that weapon.


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Proventus should be essential. Maybe try teleporting him to you- unless you are using a mod that makes him unessential, he should be alive. Or just try waiting a few hours in dragons reach- he might yet turn up.


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If you want your family to move, you will need to accommodate them in the new abode - A bed for your partner, (wife/husband) and a bed for each child. Speak to the Steward of the Hold (for WindHelm, this is Jorleif) for this new house, and they should give you the options to add these to the new house. If you want to move your items, you're going to have to ...


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After you finish Innocence Lost, a courier will deliver a note to you with the words "We Know." Afterwards, you need to sleep. Astrid will come and kidnap you in your sleep to start the quest With Friends Like These... There are some reports of not needing the note in order to be kidnapped, so you can just try sleeping after telling Aventus Aretino that ...


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Use the Staff of Magnus on the Eye while Ancano casts a spell at it. It will first open, and then close. After it closes, immediently attack Arcano and when he casts a spell at the Eye again, repeat this process to until his health is gone.


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You just cant use TCL in certain areas, Like riften for example.


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The stamina's amulet fragment is in the Geirmund's Hall. You have to slain Sigdis Gauldurson (the amulet fragment is lootable from his body). Source


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Once you ride your new horse, your old one will walk to the stable it was bought from, but it can still be attacked by enemies. Just leave your new horse at the stable you purchased it at and fast travel to the city where you bought the old one. Then just fast travel back to the stable from which you purchased the new one. You can switch them out at anytime ...


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I might be 3 years late, but I found a solution for myself. I have encountered the exact same thing, annoying as warm sticky fudge. No site could provide me the help I needed so I forgot about the whole thing, still freaking annoyed. I could not add the item cause it would not appear in any way in my inventory. And then it came to me, I solved once a bug by ...


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You can eat all of them except for I think 5, then try using the rest in Alchemy after you completed the quest the white phial


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Do the deathbrand and head to Gyldenhul Barrow. In the second room having no enemies to fight there's a room full of gold. (About 8000 Septims) Just lying on the floor with a couple of chests.


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There are a bunch of Atronach Forge recipies, I suggest consulting the UESP for the full list. The major highlights include: Daedric gear of all kinds Scrolls, staves, and tomes from the Conjuration tree A few alchemy ingredients All manner of hostile summoned enemies, which can be killed for their juicy loot The Dovahcore helmet, a tie-in item from ...


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The plate glitch is done by grabbing (not picking up) a plate, and lining yourself up with it and running at a wall. This can cause you to go through the wall. You can use it to go through a lot of walls, though Riften seems to be the best place to practice it. Some uses of it would be going through walls to avoid locked doors, or escaping the map to explore ...


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The quest you are on (Prophet) will be slightly different depending on which side you are with. However, in both cases, you are supposed to find a note on a dead vampire that points you towards Forebear's Hideout. I would try heading there to see if you can skip the note finding part of the quest. If that doesn't work, you can get around this on the PC ...


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Bounty is separated by hold. I.e. in Whiterun you'll have a different bounty counter than in Markath. Killing all witnesses of the crimes nullifies the bounty. Either or both of those are responsible for your up and down bounty numbers. Apart from that, you can only pay off the bonuty, go to jail, resist arrest and use your title (Thane) to nullify ...


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Yes, it persists through saves. You can however always return to the original value through console commands as well as dismiss followers.


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It is permanent A friend has informed me that console commands that 'set' something are permanent, while commands that 'mod' something are not. I haven't been able to find anything either denying or confirming this, but it makes sense, as commands like set playerlevel have to be permanent, otherwise it would be entirely useless. Unfortunately, I have ...


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This is known glitch. Here's the only info about a bug related on the wiki: There's a possibility of becoming unable to buy the house, Even after doing "The Raid" and "Supply and Demand" quest. The cause to this bug is currently unknown. However, helping more people around Riften seems to help. One solution is to help more people in Riften, like giving ...


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This mod spawns random enemies if you didn't find any foe in the last 40 seconds: Enemy Encounter


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It seems somewhere along the lines you may have tried to mine/chop wood as someone else was working at this, I found it happened in gloombound mine I was rushing to mine ebony and it apparently messed with the script. Reload the most recent save you can perform the action and go from there


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Same thing happened to me. I left my ebony mail and masque of clavicus vile with my follower, left her, then when I got back to her, it was gone. I tried to reload a save but I couldn't find the most recent save that had my mask and armor. I guess just reload a save. I decided to do another playthrough


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Since you are on Xbox, the easiest way is to rest a long time and reset that map area. Here are the steps: go to a far away place rest for 30 days straight You're going to a far away place so the map you want to reset is no longer in use, and the 30 days is to reset it.


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Dead bodies usually despawn after a while. There were some bodies in river wood and after a while when I went back they had despawned so no worries. Just wait a little bit. If it really bothers you, you can just drag the bodies away somewhere where you won't see them. (To drag bodies or pick up object without moving them into your inventory hold the A button ...


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Sometimes Skyrim doesn't delete dead bodies (or it takes an unreasonable amount of time). I for one had a dead troll at Whiterun's Gate that I didn't even kill and he stayed there for almost a whole game month. If you are playing on PC, you can use the console to manually delete the corpses. To do that you have to enter in the console, and click on the ...


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Unnamed dragon priests were in the base game, as well as the eight masked priests. Once the player collected all of these masks they could use the wooden mask at Labyrinthian to obtain the final mask, Konahrik. The Dragonborn DLC added three new masked dragon priests on Solstheim (each representing one of fire, ice and lightening), as well as a number of ...


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As you said in your comments, you can't move your family. First, if you're having children, make beds and a container either on the upstairs floor on the left or in the bedroom wing. Make sure you also created a container for them to store too! Second, make sure you furnished your house. it doesn't need to completely be furnished, but it must not be a bit ...


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Simplest fix I used was to reload a save on entering the glade, and then harvesting the bark. Worked first time but I'm unsure if it would always first time.


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According to the Elder Scrolls Wiki, Dragon Priests appear in both the Skyrim base game, and the Dragonborn DLC.


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You should probably go talk to Vex in the Ragged Flagon and then become a full member of the Thieves' Guild before going any further. They're called the Stones of Barenziah, because they were once part of the crown of Barenziah, the Queen of Morrowind during the course of the events of TES3: Morrowind and its DLC. Read about her in the "Biography of ...


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If I was in that situation i would buy my follower lots of potions to regain health quickly and give my follower good armor/weapons and leave him/her to deal with the thugs


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I had the same problem. I fixed it by entering setstage MQ104 90 in to the console.


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Yes, you can use your non-L.E. saves, even if you didn't have the DLC when the saves were made with the original game. (Sources: QA Tester, Amazon Review, Yahoo Answers)


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Here are some generic, "works for all system" fixes pulled from a more thorough answer here. If you play on the PC, please refer to the referenced answer with multiple console command based solutions (paying off crime, changing faction, respawning/resetting NPC, etc.) In-game Fix Go to a far away location (why? you want the area to be unloaded from ...


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If you play on PC, consider using the player.paycrimegold Command on the console. Just go into your console and target the guard and type player.paycrimegold (X = 1 Remove stolen items. 0 Don't remove stolen items. Y = 1 Go to jail. 0 Don't go to jail.) (Sometimes, does not pay off your bounty fully.)


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If you have the Dragonborn DLC, you can wear the armor of Ahzidal from Unearthed to give your enchanting a 10% boost. And the Black Book: The Sallow Regent will give your enchanting another 10% boost if you choose Seeker of Sorcery. When you're ready to begin making potions, just wear your Fortify Alchemy gear and read The Sallow Regent once again, this time ...



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