The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Hints for PC
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This work with me but I don't know I it will work with you go to vivec in the foreigne quarter in the lower waistwork this is an aragonian enchanter go speak with him he will give you a mission to kill a man who lives in the foreing quarter lower waistwork too after killing him run away from the guard back to the aragonian speak with him about the man you killed he will give you 250 gold then keep clicking on the word that you clicked to start the mision and each time you click you get 250 gold for as much as you want
One of the strongest cuirasses in the game is the Lords Mail you get it while on a mission for the duke of Ebonheart it is in a cave
There is also a strong sword named Chrysamhere and you get it when you kill the Knight of the imperial dragon when advancing in the imperial legion.
Ok...you just started the game and you don't have any money? Heres an easy way to put a little gold in you're pocket to get started.
When you arrive in Syeda Neen, you go into the customs place and talk to the old guy that registers you into morrowind or whatever...if you look to you're right after talking to him, youll see a big tray on a shelf. This is some kind of platter(forgot what it's called) thats worth 650. Now you wanna take the platter and as soon as you pick it up, right click to you're inventory and drag the platter out on to the ground. Then exit out and the guard will talk to you about stealing...blahblahblah...now pick it up and ull be able to keep it. Then go to the next room and pick up the dagger and lockpick...now on the shelf in that room will be a chest. Pick the lock and ull get like 31 gold. Now go through the door and talk with the guy in there and ask him about morrowind then about you're duties. Hell give you 87 gold. Now go out the door and ull be in town. Then find the local store(forgot what it's called) and go inside and see you're platter.if you put mercantile as one of you're major or minor skills, ull be able to sell it for more than he offers.(when he trys to decline you're offer, keep clicking accept trade untill he accepts as long as you didnt raise it too high) you should get about 400 off the platter. Then go upstairs and talk to the longhair guy right by the stairs. Hell tell you about fargoth and ask you if you wanna help recover some money. Say yes and go to the light house. Sleep up there untill 12pm and watch from the tower. Youll see a little hunched over guy walking with a torch. Hell go into the little pond and put his stash in the tree trunk. Once hes done, go down to the tree trunk and take everything out. You should get 200 gold and a journeymans lockpick and wala! You got about 620 gold in a few min!!! Now you should go to the local store again and buy some armor. If you're a marksman guy or a thief or somethin like that, you should get chitin armor and a bow. I wouldn't reccomend buying iron or steel there. You should also get a spell called hearth heal. Now after all that, go out of the front of town where the signposts are. To you're right youll see a giant flea looking thing. This is a stilt strider. Go talk to the guy infront of it and go to balmora. Go talk to callius somethin(dont remember his name and don't feel like explaining where he is.) hell give you 200 gold. Hes west of the odai river and thats all ill say!!! That money will get you started in the game..i suggest you join a guild...preferrably the fighters or thieves guild...(i hate the mages guild...) well good luck!
Go to an enchanter and buy a load of empty soul gems
Then rent a room and use some summoning spells.
(it is a good idea to make them yourself) e.g. Summon scamp etc.
The use soul trap and now the soul gem is worth a lot more
(greater soul gem (scamp) is worth 6000 drakes. And an empty greater soul gem is worth something like 100-200 drakes.)
Get a summon creature spell like summon least bonewalker etc. And then rent a room and use the spell, when it works get out your weapo and attack it.
This is an easy way to increase your weapon skills (short blade, longblade, axe etc.) as well as your armour skills.
If you don't use cheats to get things, this works really well to get full glass armor.
I suggest using quicksave (F5) after each piece of armor you steal.
-Go to the Ghost gate.
-Go inside one of the towers (i don't know which one it is)
-Go to the basement of this tower, check and see if the people in it are wearing glass armor, if they aren't go to the other tower.
-When you get to the tower where the people are wearing glass armor, find the smith of this tower (i think it's first door on right)
-Go into the room and close the door, it should just be you and the smith now. Get the smith to look towards the front of the room. Go to the boxes in back of him, jump on top of these.
-Use sneak (Ctrl) to see if the guy is watching. When no one is watching you steal the pauldrons on top of those boxes. Then also look through the boxes you are standing on, in steal anything out of these that you want. In one of them there should be greaves.
-After stealing everything you want from the boxes, get the smith to look toward the boxes (the back of the room) and steal anything you want from the front of the room.
-This worked great for me, make sure you save after each thing you successfully steal. You may have to try this a couple of times, but it is a much better deal than buying full glass armor.
(Well, it depends if you count stealing from the Mages guild cheating.)
This works even at the very start of the game, provided you have some money to begin with.
First, get to Balmora. Join the Mage's guild (unless they let you teleport anyway - I never checked it). Teleport to Caldera, and go downstairs. Through the door, behind the man, is a spiral staircase. Climb it, and take the master set of alchemical apparatus. You COULD sell this, but I don't advise that.
Second, go back to Balmora. Buy Kwama Cuttle and some Scales - in equal proportions, and as much as you can afford and carry (Leaving about 10 gold for the teleporter.)
Third, go back to Caldera, and make your way to Ghorak Manor. On the second floor, there'll be a scamp called Creeper (for those who didn't know). Now, make all the potions you can with the ingredients you have. Then, sell them to Creeper. He has 5000 gold, and will pay full price (or up to 1% ABOVE the normal price). Everytime he runs out of gold, wait 24 hours and he'll have 5000 again.
So, sell all your water walking potions. You should have a higher alchemy skill and a decent profit by now, and, of course, this can be repeated as desired.
It does exist. This is essentially a way to complete the main quest if you're a vampire, or killed someone (Apart from Yagarn Bagrum, in the corprusarium) essential to the storyline before they made their contribution.
Step One: Kill Vivec. Tough task, but you need the Unique Dwemer Artifact he possesses. But if possible, complete the main quest up to earning the regular Wraithguard FIRST. If you have Azura's Star, Vivec's soul has a whopping 3000 (Not a typo!) enchantment points, too - so you have two reasons to kill him.
Step Two: Well, this can intermingle depending on the order you feel like working, so do the following:
A. Get Kagrenac's Journal, in one of the 4 dwemer ruins in Red Mountain. Not the ones with Sunder or Keening (But if you need them, get them too.).
B. That should leave one more unexplored ruin, where Kagrenac's Planner (Don't quote me on that, but it is Kagrenac's something) rests. Get that too.
C. Take all the things (Unique Dwemer Artifact and the two books) to Yagarn Bagrum, in the Corprusarium in Tel Fyr. He should greet you with a message including the words "Unique Dwemer Artifact". Just have a friendly chat about it.
Step Three: He should tell you he can reactivate the enchantments for you if you bring him the two books you should have collected too. Give them to him. However, depending on your personality or reputation, he may refuse to fix it yet. And he won't yet if your health is any less than 215 either.
Come back later if you don't meet all the criteria. Otherwise, give him the books and waste a day resting.
Step 4: Talk to him again. He'll give you the wraithguard. But, when you put it on, it will take somewhere between 200 and 225 off of your MAXIMUM health, which will never be restored. You then gain Wraithguard's abilities (Including enchantments & the ability to safely hold Keening and Sunder). A drawback is it only looks like a deadric gauntlet rather than a left-handed version of Wraithguard.
If you want to keep a bound item there is a simple way to do so. First cast the bound item spell. Then open the inventory screen, unequip the item and try to drop it on the floor, it will tell you that you can't do this.
Close the inventory menu and open it again, try to drop the bound item on the floor again and it will let you drop it.
Close the inventory and wait until the spell effect wears off (the little symbol in the bottom-right hand corner of the screen disappears) and pick the item up again.
You now have a bound item that won't disappear. N.B, don't put the item into any container as it won't let you take it out again.
If you want to be an ultimate thief, when you have to choose your birth sign at the start, choose the sign of the shadow. This will give you invisibility on yourself for 60 secs. But be warned,as soon as you open a door with invisibility on or take something invisibility goes off.
PS. Only steal things when nobody is facing you or it won't work and you will get busted!
The best armour in the game is the daedric armour. It is very heavy, but if you put your strength and heavy armour skills up with the cheat, you can wear it easily. The guy who cures corprus is wearing it, but you have to cheat for it because a message comes up if you kill him saying to load a game in. You can have boots, greaves, a cuirass, pauldrons and gauntlets. There is also a helmet called the daedric face of god. On mine it is all armour rating 800.
When you start up Morrowind go into the new game etc. Do the beginning bit in Scyda Neen then click on the button left of 1 and above tab.
This brings up the console, type tgm(capitalization does not matter) and god mode is enabled!
Your fatigue, magicka and health never go down from their total now.
Also type in help at the console for the other modes ( I only really care about god mode, but if you want other things use the help command).
Use the construction kit to leave any items you want around in places that are easy to get to
eg balmorea or the foreign quater
You can leave anything you want such as deadric armour or top weapons
you can even enchant the stuff or make you own enchantments....
I made some boots that have a constant effect levatate and + 500 speed....