The following is a list of Sword and Dagger IDs. To receive the weapon 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. *This code gives a different Ebony Blade.
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The following is a list of Mace, Warhammer, War Axe and Battleaxe IDs. To receive the weapon 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.
Skyrim Cheats and Console Commands. Published November 2, 2014 | By Myrddin.
Back 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 the correct code. Of course, that only works if you know exactly what command to type. That's why we've researched all the codes for all the weapons...
Weapons made through the console will always have about 11.5 charges(regardless of enchanting level), and can be recharged. Some effects don't require charges unless grouped with an effect that does require charges.
But there was this vendor Item I really wanted and I started looking into console commands.
Note: Opening the enchanted armor and weapons cabinets may crash Skyrim.<--(note opening any weapons or armor chest at the testing hall doesn't
I ruined Skyrim for myself. I peered into its tangled innards and recklessly mucked with its data files and console commands, and the mystery and wonder all crumbled away. It's just a toy to me now... just a vast, majestic...
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