I want to do a replay of Skyrim, but I don't want to play the same quests again, as I'm tired of them. Is there a way to remove the quests I don't want to play? I'd probably supplement the game with community-created quests.

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You could install The Choice Is Yours also The Choice Is Yours for SSE - this doesn't "remove" quests, but what it does do is stop them from automatically being added to your journal - if you want to undertake a quest you will have to agree to undertake it rather than it being forced upon you.


You could use console commands to complete this quests. Full list of commands you can find here, but you'll need this two: CompleteQuest to finish quest and showquesttargets to get IDs of all quests in your journal.

  • This should also let me perform quests in certain quest lines I may not have finished, right? That might be best, since I've started many quest lines I have never finished.
    – Lyle Brown
    Nov 24 '13 at 18:17
  • Just save and try to use fiven quest console commands. I think you should use SetStage command to go throught partical quests, but always save before next step, because sometimes such rude switching may cause errors in scripts.
    – Dracontis
    Nov 24 '13 at 21:31

There is a mod to do the exact thing, it called Skyrim Quest Deleter

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    Quest Deleter is very unstable, at least with Special Edition. It crashes in between operations, and is not able to find quest or item IDs properly. Not recommended.
    – killthrush
    Jan 22 '17 at 20:32

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