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    Post: #1on Thu Jun 21, 2012 6:37 pm




    Vendors Never Run Out of Money
    This trick is similar to the get a free house trick. First you must have the Investor perk in the speech branch of the skill tree and at least 500 gold can do this trick. When you go to a vendor you also need a storage container near the vendor. Warmaiden's in Whiterun is perfect for this trick. It's next to your home if you bought the Breezehome (not a requirement but for pack rats like me its a short distance to walk while encumbered if you want to sell all your old junk) and there is a large cabinet next to the vendor. Stand between the vendor and the cabinet. Choose the option to invest in his business and then the select "lets see what you can do with 500 gold...". Quickly cancel out of the window and click on the cabinet before the gold is taken out of your inventory. Put all your gold in the cabinet and close the cabinet. Now the vendor will have an additional 500 gold. You can rinse and repeat as much as you like. No gold will be taken out of your inventory and the vendor will never run out of gold to buy your goods.

    Now you can save that perk that you were going to put in Master Trader and use it in something more combustible like Master Destruction.

    Easy Hands-Off Kills with Ebony Mail
    After completing Boethiah's daedric quest, you are rewarded with the Ebony Mail artifact. In addition to being to move more silently, the armor gives you a constant 5 point poison damage effect for enemies that get too close.

    While traversing any dungeon, or any areas with doors for that matter, instead of sneaking around and silently taking out opponents, get their attention and run into any room that has a door. In their pursuit of you, your opponent will give chase all the way up to the door, and will remain on the other side.

    It might take a minute or so, but the 5 points of poison damage will wear your enemy down through the door and kill them. They might open the door once or twice themselves, but just shut it again and stand close to the door.

    Move Faster while Sneaking
    If you start sneaking and then draw a bow while moving, you will move as fast as you would running (not sprinting), without affecting your detection level. If you stop moving and then start again, you will move at regular sneak speed.

    Unbreakable Lockpick (Skeleton Key)
    During the quest "Darkness Returns," part of the Thieves Guild quests in Riften you'll get a quest item called the Skeleton Key, a lockpick that cant be broken. Instead of finishing the quest you can just keep and use it to open any door or chest without worrying about running out of lockpicks.

    Easy 100 Restoration Skill
    You need 2 spells for this: Equilibrium and any healing spell (preferably Fast Healing or better). Cast Equilibrium which drains health for magic and keep healing yourself. You will constantly lose health and never run out of magic so you can heal yourself forever.

    Easy 100 Block, Armor and Restoration Skills
    You should ditch your follower(s) for this exploit. Find a lone low level enemy to attack you. All you do is stand there or block if you want to level that skill and let them attack you. If it is of sufficiently low level, you hardly have to use healing spells.

    Free Training from Companion Guild Members
    After you finish the main Companion quest line, you can ask anyone in the guild to become your follower (companion). Some of them offer training. You can approach any of them and request that they follow you. Then you can purchase training (you need enough gold for one level so if you want to do this at higher levels you need several thousand gold). Simply access their inventory to trade items and take your gold back. If you don't want them to follow you, just part ways and come back later. Rinse and repeat for five times each level.

    Easy 100 Speech Skill
    Travel to Riften and go to the Black Brier Meadery. Talk to Ungrien at the front desk and ask him about Maven Black-Brier. He'll say something nice. You now have the option of persuading him, bribing him, or just accepting what he said. The persuade has a Speech check of 25 (must have 25 Speech to get it). If you don't have 25 Speech, try the bribe. It will up your speech rather quickly to 25. Once there, you can use the persuade repeatedly to get to 100 Speech (or however high you want it).

    Just keep asking about Maven and persuading. It took me about half an hour tapping the A button while I watched TV to get to 100.

    Easy 100 Enchanting Skill
    This goes hand-in-hand with duplicating iron daggers for the maxing out of smithing skills.

    After making as many iron daggers as you can at a forge, instead of selling them or dropping them, take them to an Altar of Enchanting. Enchant as many of the iron daggers as your soul gems will allow. It doesn't matter what you enchant them with. Each dagger created will raise your enchanting skill by one until skill level 45-50. After that it takes two daggers to raise a level and so on. Extreme efficiency.

    Infinite Torches
    In Embershed mine (the first you encounter after leaving Helgen) grab all the torches off of their mounts then leave. When you re-enter the mine, the torches will have been replaced. Stock up and keep them in your house for easy access.

    Walk Faster While Over-Encumbered
    When you are over-encumbered, you can move faster by equipping a bow and drawing an arrow back.

    Combine this with the perk to walk at normal speed with an arrow cocked and you can move about like normal.

    Easy 100 Restoration Skill
    You need TWO skills for this to work. First skill is an easy one. Healing, basic Restoration skill. It heals you 10 HP per second. Easy enough to find. I'm not sure but I believe you start with it. The next skill is a Alteration skill called Equilibrium. This drains 25 HP per second and restores 25 MP per second as a result. Once you get both of these you can start. Go to your game settings and change the difficulty to Novice. This difficulty gives you the most HP/MP regeneration. Start out by casting Equilibrium for a few seconds and then cast heal. Dual cast them, that way you are losing HP and gaining it at the same time.) You can then just use a rubber band to hold down the buttons so that you continue to gain Restoration exp. Enjoy your easy 100 Restoraion! (Every few minutes you have to let Equilibrium drain a good chunk of your HP bar.)

    Apparel and Armor Duplication
    Buy the Proudspire Manor in Solitude for 25,000 gold. Find the 2 Mannequins in the house. Put any armor on the mannequin then immediately take it off. Then leave your house, and then come back in. When you see the mannequins they should still be wearing the armor.

    Note: This exploit works in any purchased house, not just the one in Solitude. So this can be exploited for far less than the 25,000 needed for the house in Solitude. Just thought you should know.

    Infinite XP (Max Out Skills)
    1. Get the Oghma Infinium book by completing the Hermaeus Mora daedric quest. 2. Go to your bookshelf, and with the book in your possession, activate the shelf. 3. Instead of storing the book, press the triggers to read it from your menu screen. Choose any of the three paths. 4. Back out one screen (to your book inventory), then store the book on the shelf. 5. Back out of the menu completely, and target the book on the shelf. Confirm the "Read Oghma Infinium" option. 6. Don't actually read it here! when it brings up the paths again, just choose "do not read." Then, just take the book off the shelf. 7. Go back to step 2 and repeat as often as desired.

    (Slow) Infinite Money
    Grab any Horse and Carriage to Winterhold. Once at Winterhold, turn right immediately. Travel Southwest from Winterhold to a location called "Sightless Pit". Just above Slightless Pit a little higher on the mountain (not much higher) you will see an alter with a skeleton on it, beside the skeleton is a book called "The Doors to Oblivion". Pick up the book, and kill the skeleton on the table, Two other skeletons will rise around the alter, kill these as well. Return to the Skeleton near where you picked up the book, and loot its body, take everything, and loot again, you'll notice the book on this skeleton continually re-appears, giving you an unlimited supply of "The Doors of Oblivion" worth 50 gold each. Every time you view the Skeletons inventory, even if you do not remove the book, adds 1 book to the skeletons inventory. Slow but it works.

    Free Training
    There is a way to get costly (especially on later levels) training for free. To do so you have to enter any guild where there are trainers in what you need and gain their trust. Take a whatever training you need from a guild guy and then pickpocket him (your money for the training will be in his pocket). Usually it will be considered a crime, but a guild guy will look away and won't report.

    Easy 100 Archery Skill
    Go to Riverwood. Find an elf named Faendal, and deliver the note to Camilla. Then find Faendal and ask him to follow you. Make sure you have at least least 200 gold. Ask him to train you. When he does, go ask him to trade with you. Go into his inventory and take your money back. You can do this 5 times a level, and it really helps at an early time. You can do this an unlimited amount of times, as long as you have the gold.

    Easy 100 Destruction Skill
    When you join the Fighter's Guild, you will be prompted to go outside and duel with one of the members. When you are outside, switch over to destruction magic and use it against that person repeatedly. He will keep telling you to use a sword, but you WILL gain experience -- and he won't die. You can do this for as long as you wish to rake up easy XP for magic.

    Infinite Weight Limit
    Like in Fallout, containers are persistent and items do not disappear. So any barrel or box or chest of some sort can be used to store your items. Best to use containers near a quick travel loading location. Be careful, though. Skyrim is buggy, so while your items shouldn't disappear when placed in a random barrel or chest, there's no guarantee unless you purchase a house and store your items there.

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