The following is a list of Heavy Armor IDs. To receive the armor you want, type the following in the console: Player.AddItem <ItemID> <#>. "<ItemID>" is the actual item's ID and "<#>" refers to how many of that item you want. Ad blocker interference detected!
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Console Commands are a debugging tool available to PC players, adding a wide range of functionality to the game. On American English keyboards, the tilde key (~) will toggle the console screen, but on British English keyboards, that key is the grave key ( ` ).
These are codes for adding or removing perks. To use them use the console. player.removeperk <PerkCode>. or. player.addperk <PerkCode>. Example: player.removeperk 000BABED. NOTE: For perks with multiple ranks...
This is a complete list of every enchantment effect available within Skyrim, and its corresponding console identification code, to be used with the playerenchantobject command. Provided by aerionop. Obviously this list needs to be properly organized, and not all of them are guaranteed to work...
Armor of Intrigue (Witcher 2) – Loner’s Armor standalone retexture – console command “help intrigue” OR “help loner” (they’re not compatible). Witcher 2 Armors for Skyrim – retexture, another rextexture – all console commands here.
Note: Opening the enchanted armor and weapons cabinets may crash Skyrim.<--(note opening any weapons or armor chest at the testing hall doesn't
Skyrim Cheats and Console Commands. Published November 2, 2014 | By Myrddin.
This guide neatly lists ALL of the major console commands for Skyrim.
In our Skyrim Console Commands post, we told you how to give yourself items using the in game console, simply by typing player.additem and