By "console commands", I meant for the PC. Not sure how to cheat in the console version of the game.
I assumed as much. Which is great because looking back it's confusing a heck, and I don't know if it would make sense to anyone else, but whatever, they don't count.
There are commands out there for adding items, adding/removing perks and gaining levels. That's how I stopped myself from re-rolling every other day when I played the game. I'd spawn some Steel Armor (because it looks badass) and reset my perks to fit a "Warrior" build. Once I got bored with that, I'd spawn some unenchanted Nightingale Armor (because it looks badass) and reset my perks for a "Thief" build. And so on.
Yes, it's a lot of commands you have to type in, but it's faster than starting a new character. I mean, it takes less time than the game intro.
Yeah I wouldn't do that. As a bonus it's nice looking at different characters as well. Plus the quests: one character runs off to Riften, another to the Mage college, another does the companions quest line, etc etc. Guess there's enough to explore it hasn't been too much of a problem. Though I suppose I could have 1 character at level 60 and be done with the game... Edited, Jan 22nd 2013 2:32pm by someproteinguy
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