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Can the Blue Palace or any other house ownership be changed to become mine in Skyrim through console commands?

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Yes and no. You can use "setownership" in the console to make the target item belong to you, but you will not get all the functionality a proper house provides: your spouse will not be able to move in, you won't be able to purchase upgrades, storage will likely not be safe, etc.

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  • Wouldn't you need the Blue Palace ID for that? I think that code is specific for movable objects. – Renan May 26 '12 at 14:18
  • It's certainly not specific to movable objects, you can claim a bed and get the well-rested bonus from sleeping in it, or claim a container so taking items from it is not theft. – kotekzot May 26 '12 at 14:39

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