good point. now i feel stupid.
You can train combat on him. His hp regenerates pretty fast, you won't get in trouble for beating your horse (ikr), and you don't have to actively find enemies to fight.
The Fastest Ways to Level in Skyrim
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Posted January 13, 2013 - 02:51 AM
You forgot how to level the "Fucking Hookers" skill.
Its not that hard, however the chance to get diseases that lower your other stats is quite high.
First walk down any street at night, the bigger cities have the best variety of hookers to choose from, and thus make for quicker leveling. You can nail one, and then quickly find another without walking the streets for a couple minutes to secure your next romp.
If you have "Appeal" at 100, you can nail two bitches at once, which will make your leveling twice as fast (duh).
Always go for the hookers that are below age 39, at 40 they turn into MILFs, and give less xp per shag.
Anyway, always buy extra rubber from the general store, and craft "man-sheathes" in order to avoid STDs such as "alchemy crotch" and "smithing penis". These will lower your stats according to how many bitches you have porked, so if you have porked 50 bitches, be ready to lose some mega stats.
You could however gain "Clap of the runner" which gives you a +10 boost to speed, or "Stinky fingers" which will increase your bow handling by +15.
Add this pls, i worked hard on these stats.
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Posted January 08, 2014 - 09:31 AM
Enchantment is pretty easy to level by as petty/lesser/common soul gems can be bought/stolen/obtained for free from many places. Just keep enchanting any junk you loot or forge and then sell them. Enchanting a set of low value training clothes, ring, amulet, and head gear with fortify in a particular school will can lower the spell costs from half down to zero (at higher enhancement level).
Alteration can be raised to 100 in less than 10 minutes with continous telekenisis, especially if you can cast it continuously using enchanted gear that reduces the cost to zero.
For illusion, spam muffle to get to you level to 50 then use courage/rally on NPCs in in busy area like the Whiterun market place. Takes a bit longer but you can get to 90 in around 15 minutes or so. Once at 90 you can do the stupid book fetch quest to access the master spells such as Harmony. The skill increase for casting Harmony is insane. Casting Harmony in either of the College dorms will hit everyone on both floors (with humorous results). You can go from 90 to 100 in less than a minute.
Posted February 09, 2015 - 07:32 PM
Leveling Sneak and Archery:
Go to High Hrothgar and sneak attack the greybeards when they are praying in the main hall - they cannot be killed and will not attack you.
After shooting a boatload of arrows at them sneak up to them and pickpocket a lot of your arrows back.
Might also work with magic attacks and healing spells - havent tried that yet.
Posted February 13, 2015 - 03:43 AM
Power-leveling early on in your game can make your life a living hell. Enemies level with you until level 50, meaning if you power-level skills that don't greatly increase your combat effectiveness you can find yourself unable to defeat ANYTHING in a hurry. I personally would advise holding off on power-leveling non-combat skills until high levels, maybe around level 40. Just be careful - being overpowered by even the weakest NPC enemies is a very frustrating ordeal. If you're not sure if your plans to level are too excessive, you should use our help forum for advice.
I recently cheated my way (leveling) within the first hour or two of play with a character i recently created, just to see what would happen. But i didn't want to eliminate all the challenges of gaming either (although i almost did). What i did was (after killing my first dragon) is use console to add 1000 gold ingots to my inventory. Then i went to the blacksmith forge in Whiterun and made myself several hundred gold necklaces, which brought my smithing up to 100. Then i went up the Dragonsreach, acquired myself an armor enchantment that can be applied to a necklace, console coded a few hundred filled black soul gems, and then proceeded to enchant my necklaces until my enchanting was at 100 as well. After this I leveled up all at once, increasing my health then stamina each time while carefully selecting my perks until i was at about level 28. Then I sold all my unwanted necklaces to the annoying wizard in Dragonsreach and to a few other places around town. So, i ended up damn near invincible and feeling like a real Dragonborn. Surprisingly there are still a couple of enemies i struggle battling with, but not many.... Now this particular Dragonborn concentrates mainly on increasing one handed/archery/sneak/pick-pocketing etc. I'm still playing that character off and on, She's very cool! I think you may have heard of her... The Bitch?
A good thing is that this cheating method was practically glitch free.
Posted April 06, 2015 - 02:16 AM
get the telekeniesis spell go home and try it on a book and u will see the lvl bar go up hope this helps
Posted August 29, 2015 - 11:41 PM
Another good Pickpocket exploit is as follows: During the quest "Blood on the Ice" when you enter Hjierm, you can find a Strange Amulet. If you bring it to the museum of oddities, you can sell it for 1000 Gold and then pickpocket it back for extremely high experience gain and infinite money. I got all the way to 100 Pick Pocket skill in a matter of hours.
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The speech glitch no longer works for the PS3 version. The latest patch only allows the use of persuasion once and then the option disappears.
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