Page 1, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Cheats for PlayStation 3
Complete unofficial game guide and wlakthrough to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Speak to a Dark Elf named Ungrien at Riften and select the 'Tell me about Maven Black-Briar' option followed by the 'Persuade' option. The 'Persuade' option will now not disappear allowing for infinite experience and maxing out your speech.
When your rescuer unbinds you at the begining of the game they will not retaliate if you then attack them. You can exploit this to level archery or any other combat ability on them without no consequence.
To do this, just activate Sneak Mode and hold the 'Sprint' button, then double tap the 'Ready/Sheath' button and move forward, you'll then doa forward roll, but if you do this done while moving sideways you will instead do a hop in that direction.
While exploring Skyrim, keep an eye out for an item in a shop's inventory called simply 'Do Not Delete'. It looks like a chest and, when purchased, will float in mid air. You can use it to climb to previous unreachable areas, and, if you get multiple chests, you can build some stairs!
It has been frequently reported as part of the inventory at Arcadia's Cauldron in Whiterun, though is not there all the time.
During the "Darkness Returns" quest, you can get an unbreakable lockpick. This is part of the Thieves Guild in Riften line and if you refrain from finishing the quest once you have been given the 'Skeleton Key', you can keep it and use it to unlock doors and chests.
Visit Falkreath and speak to Lod. Once you accept the task of finding his dog, Barbas, go outside the village and you should locate it. Barbas will then lead you to the Shrin of Clavicus Vile, after which you will receive the 'A Daedra's Best Friend' quest.
Throughout this quest, the dog is invincible, must survive, and can't be killed. This means that you can use him for other tasks, and he will provide a very effective addition to your combat strategies.
Normally, if your hero is 'over-encumbered', you can't fast travel. This prevents you from pillaging treasure rich locations and just traveling back to store it.
There is a way around this issue, however. Basically you just need to buy yourself a horse. Because horses can take the extra weight, the game allows you to fast travel in this situation, regardless of your excess weight.
When falling, as long as you are against a surface I.e. Falling down a steep slope, if you toggle sneak mode, this sticks you to the surface and stops you from receiving damage.
This means you can descend high areas much more easily knowing you are not going to take high damage.
When riding a horse into water, if it is too deep, the horse has to swim - and quite slowly. If you dismount the horse while in deep water, and then get back on, it should be able to effectively run through the water at high speed.
If you come across someone who is shooting arrows at a dummy target, you can pickpocket the arrows they have been using and then give them an arrow of another type - I.e. The one that you want to get a lot more of!
The NPC will then begin to use this type of arrow to shoot their target, allowing you to get them as they hit the target and build up a stash of your own in this particular variety.
To quickly boost your Illusion skills early on, cast the Muffle spell as often as possible. It makes your movements quieter, and the bonus is that you can use it while walking around all the time.
You also gain general experience from doing this.
If you reach a point on a mountain that is too steep to climb up, turn around and jump backwards, moving all the way. So you should be looking down the mountain and jumping backwards up it.
This should allow you to reach previously inaccessible areas.
If you hit your maximum weight limit, remember that you can store any excess items in storage containers around the world and should be able to return to it and collect them later.
This is not guaranteed but is nearly always the case. The only way to store items with no risk is to buy a property and keep them in there.
Go to the gate. Then go to the side storage thing near the forge. Now jump on the BARREL and jump to the corner pointing towards the drawbridge ( try with light armor ) Then run towards dragon reach. Soon you will see a big lot of land not louded then go up that on the egde and walk throw the big rock near the corner. Now you will see the chest so loot it then sell it to the closes blacksmith and sell it to him.
First go to door and put a platter or wooden plate up to it
Then push into it to get through the wall
You will fall in water(move back if you just keep falling)
Then you can enter the 6 hidden chests and loot them!
These respawn after 48 hours if you are Guildmaster but only 1 box respawns if you are not (Thieves Guild Fence chest) thats the best one anyway!
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Assumed to be a reference to Assassin's Creed's Leap of Faith.
Location: Bard's Leap Summit, top of waterfall. Should be a raise walkthrough/platform, most ruins or large explorable places have em. Anyway it's above and over the large waterfall, at the end of it is a wooden plank.
Alright this is rather interesting, and slightly suicidal. First get to said platform and save, just in case things go horribly wrong. Then go to edge and jump off, INTO THE WATER. If done correctly some ghost appears and you get your speech skill raised by 1. If not done correctly you either die or have to try again.
Alright so this is the first little Easter Egg that I will be letting you guys in on. This is a nice little pickaxe with some nice enchantments on it.
Req: Need access to top of High Hrothgar, Throat of World, where the friendly talking dragon is at.
Location: Top of Throat of World. Very top, as in above the word wall area. Go to world wall, turn around and look at the mini mountai in front of you. Get to top of that.
At the top you will see a few little ore mining thingies, malachite, moonstone, corodium, and Ebony. Might be one more. Not far from those is a small rock with a pickaxe on it or sticking into it. Pick it up and you have your Easter egg.
Stats: Worth like 300 septims. Does like 15 dmg plus 10 shock dmg. Also significantly increases your smithing.
Ok so in winterhold in the museum you can cast a spell on the oblivion paper and it turns into a bucket (it's best to make sure nobody is there you have to pick a display case lock)
All you have to do is go to solitude and find a training post where a man is shooting arrows and wait minute and 15 arrows and can sell to weapons dealers
During the Darkness returns quest for the thieves guild in the twilight place after you leave there will be a stone door in the way well go to the right side to the wall to the side of the door if you look to the left you can see past the door and you can jump through the graffics. There is also a bottomless pit through the graffics don't worry if you fall through it will spawn you back at the beggining of the dungeon. Note: you can tell because you can see through the graffics.
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