The beautiful people at Bethesda have finally answered our gaming prayers — they provided cheats for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. If you’re not the cheating type, you might still need some help with our text and video walkthrough. We won’t waste your time any further, scroll down to get the scoop on console commands.
Console Beginner’s Guide – Courtesy of the Game Front Youtube Channel
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Using Console Commands
Hit Tilde [`] to bring down the developer console. Then just enter the codes listed below to activate.
Some cheats can cause bugs, crashes, or problems with the game code. Make sure to save your game before you experiment with cheats. Achievements are also disabled once cheats are activated.
Don’t forget to shut off the AUTOSAVE feature if you’re worried about overwriting a previous clean save.
Toggles god mode. You won’t be hurt, and you can carry an infinite amount of items without becoming encumbered.
Toggles immortal mode.
Toggles no-clip mode. You’ll fly through objects, doors, and outside the game world.
Unlocks any locked door or chest. Click on the locked door and chest, then type the command into the console.
All spells obtained.
Automatic level up.
Automatically completes all stages of your primary quest.
Pulls up the character customization menu, just like starting a new game. This will reset your level and skills.
Permanently modifies an attribute or skills based on the amount listed under “.” All skills are listed under their in-game titles, with no spaces or quotes. NOTE: Archery is “Marksman” and Speech is “Speechcraft”.
Player.additem ITEM “###”
Gives items depending on what Item Code is input. Type in the item name under “ITEM” and the amount of items you want under “###”. Check our Item Codes page for a list of compatible Item Codes.
player.additem 0000000f “###”
Adds gold based on the number input under “###”, any number between “001″-”999″ will work.
player.additem 0000000a “###”
Adds lockpicks baed on the number input under “###”, any number between “001″-”100″ will work.
tmm (<0 or 1>)
Toggles map markers on or off.
Toggles fly-cam on or off.
Toggles AI on or off.
Toggles combat AI on or off.
Toggles control driven, allowing you to control NPCs.
Toggles AI detection on or off — allowing unlimited stealing, killing, or general law-breaking.
Set the number high and you’ll be wanted. Set the number to 0 to remove your criminal status completely.
Sets character level to whatever number you want.
Set movement speed; 100 is default, raise the number to increase your movement speed.
Move to the indicated NPC.
Teleports you to your quest target.
Shows the quest target IDs of your current quests, scroll with page up/down, use these IDs with the movetoqt command.
Kills a targeted enemy.
Kills all enemies in your immediate vicinity.
Lists all console commands.
Resurrects your targetted dead.
player.setav carryweight ####
Set Carry Weight stat. Set to 1000 or 2500 and you’ll never have carry weight problems. (Thanks to Mark in the comments.)
Set character’s fame.
Set character’s infamy.
player.setav Fatigue #
Sets fatigue stat.
player.setav Health #
Sets health stat.
Allows you to teleport to a location, replace “placename” with the name of the place you’d like to teleport to with no quotation marks. Example: coc whiterun
Teleports you to the developer testing hall, with every item in the game. Some items, like enchanted armor or weapons, may cause the game to crash.
Changes your sex.
set timescale to ## (1-16)
Set the ratio in which time passes. 16 is default, while 1 is realtime.
modav “Stat” ###
Replace “stat” with health or stamina to change a targeted NPC’s health/stamina/magicka, with the number setting their statistic. Magicka currently unknown if it works.
setplayerrelationshiprank “actor” #Mofifies the targeted NPC’s disposition towards you, with 0 or 1 the lowest disposition, and 4 the highest.
Kills the selected NPC.
Gives you access to the targeted NPC’s inventory.
Revives the selected NPC.
removeallitems (player)Removes all items from the selected NPC, adding “Player” to this command removes all items from the selected NPC and adds them to the player’s inventory.
Enables control for the player during cinematics.
Sets ownership of targeted thing, allowing the player to safely take items.
Duplicates all items of the targeted thing.
Set the targeted NPC’s fame.
Set the targeted NPC’s infamy.
List all items and item codes in your inventory.
set decapitationchance to ##
Allows you to set your chances of decapitating enemies, from 0-100.
set killmoverandom to ##
Allows you to set your chances of setting off a Finishing Move, from 0-100.
Spawns crafting items, with the “itemID” codes listed below.
- Anvil – 1a2ad
- Alchemy Lab (Floor) – bad0c
- Alchemy Lab (Wall) – d54ff
- Arcane Enchanter (Floor) – bad0d
- Arcane Enchanter (Wall) – d5501
- Forge – bf9e1
- Forge (Outside) – bbcf1
- Grindstone – 6e9c2
- Smelter – 9c6ce
- Workbench – d932f
- Leather Crafting Parts – db5d2
Once you’re done fooling around with console commands, why not go get yourself a brand new Skyrim house?
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