Best Skyrim Console Commands & Cheats; Bored of playing it the ‘Honest’ way? Here we have come up with something which is going to take your gaming experience to a whole new level. We have gathered some of the most interesting Skyrim cheat codes for you.
But before we dive into that, it’s better if we have a look at how to use them actually use them. Initially, you need to press “~” button on your keyboard which will open up the interface where you can simply type in your command and hit enter. After that, just see the magic unfold!
Best Skyrim Console Commands & Cheats
Note: The key with the “~” symbol (which is known as Tilde, is used as a diacritical mark ( ˜ ) placed over a letter to indicate a change in pronunciation, such as nasalization) is found on the top left corner of the keyboard, just below the ESC key. So, with that being said lets cheat Skyrim and win!
1. Toggle Immortal Mode: TIM
So here is what everyone hopes for- to live, live and just keep doing that. Even though we are not privileged enough; your character can have his day with this thing typed in! And the character won’t die ever.
2. Toggle God Mode: tgm
And if you want to have it all? You can very have it all. In fact, why not be the one who has it all….the Almighty herself!!
Just key in this command and voila! You get a tag of infinity on everything you have got in your kitty- stamina, boosts, lives, armor…you just name it!
3. Kill Target: kill
Why put in efforts when these four keys typed in can do the magic. You simply can kill all the enemies currently on the screen.
4. Add gold to Inventory: player .additem 00000f 1000
You type this one once, you will have straightway addition of 1k gold units on your resume. Change that number at the end and you will get it as much as you want. It’s like a shortcut to being Bill Gates!
5. Resurrect: Resurrect <#>
This one brings a dead Nonplayer character (NPC) back to life. Instead of the hashtag (#), use 1 to get him back with all the items and leave it blank, if you want him empty handed.
Check: Rainmeter Skins.
6. Empty Inventory: removeallitems
This command will simply remove all the items from the target. And then, fight on!
7. Add Item: additem <ItemID> <#>
If you think it’s becoming too easy for you or you just want to take your game to the next level, empower your target with this command. Use specific ItemID to add your desired item to the inventory.
8. Toggle Run mode: rm
It switches your character between running and walking.
9. Toggle Map Regions: tfow
Tired of seeing those unexplored areas on your map? Simply type in this thing to turn them on or off.
10. Toggle Artificial Intelligence: TAI
And if you think that Artificial Intelligence is just too much to handle for you, we have got a solution to that also. This command works as the toggle for Artificial Intelligence. Skyrim console commands
11. Toggle Combat Artificial Intelligence: TCAI
This combat will make the computer controlled characters unable to attack you. And then, the only guy who can attack someone is you only. Type it again to put it off.
12. Equip Item: equipitem <itemID> <#> <left/right>
If you want your target to have something specific from the inventory to just spice up the game, this command comes in handy. Mention the ItemID to equip the desired item. Use left/right to make the target use the respective hand.
13. Equip Spell: Equipspell <SpellID> <left/right>
It’s time that you put that spell on your target! Remember, you can only use this with known spells.
14. Unequip Item: Unequipitem <ItemID> <#><left/right>
This one can be used to make the target unequip any item if you just don’t like it in his hand.
15. Make an NPC mortal/immortal: setessential <BaseID> <#>
0 stands for moral nonplayer character and 1 is the other way round. And rest is what you know for sure. Skyrim console commands
16. Unlock: unlock
Heard of Master Key?
With this one, there won’t be a door or chest you can’t open!
17. Gender Change: sexchange
Want to fight out some chicks or the other way round, just try this toggle command.
18. Teleport NPC: moveto player
This will instantly teleport any NPC to your location.
19. Set Player Relationship: player.setrelationshiprank <RefID> <#>
Using it will change the relationship between your character and an NPC. To use this you need to know which reference ID is for which relation.
20. Get Current Stage: GetStage <QuestID>
The current stage of the active quest will appear. Best Skyrim Console Commands & Skyrim Cheats
21. Move to Target: movetoqt <QuestID>
This command will move you to the specific target of the current quest. And this gets half of your work done. Now is the time to kick some a**.
22. Complete All Quests: caqs
It completes all the stages of each one of your quests. No worries!
23. Complete Quest: CompleteQuest <QuestID>
You can use this one to complete any one single quest if you are finding it difficult.
24. Unlock Shout: player.unlockword <shoutID>
It unlocks the ability Dragon Shout for the player.
25. Add Shout: Addshout <ShoutID>
Provided that you have unlocked one of your favorite shots, you can use this command to put it in the list of abilities.
26. Change Race: SetPlayerRace <Raceid>
No racists out here, but if you want, this will change the race of your player.
27. Open Character Customisation Menu: showracemenu
Deploying this one opens up the whole list of your abilities and you can customize them accordingly.
28. Add Perk: player.addperk <PerkID>
Want something extra for your character? Here is the key to all the perks!
29. Remove Perk: player.removeperk <PerkID>
And if you are fed up with the so called perk, just use this to get rid of it.
30. Add Spell: player.addspell <variable>
This can be used to add a powerful spell to your character, instantly. Best Skyrim Console Commands & Skyrim Cheats
31. Remove Spell: Player.removespell <variable>
If you are not happy with a spell, you can get rid of it with this command.
32. Drop Item: player.drop <ItemID> <#>
You can simply put what you are holding on the ground if you think it’s getting too heavy for you.
33. List Inventory: player.showinventory
Want to know the item ID for using above commands? Just use this one to have the whole inventory of your character on screen.
34. Set Player Level: player.setlevel <#>
You can use this command to skip directly to your desired location.
35. Increase Skill Points: IncPCS <AVskill>
This will add one point to your specified skill tree.
36. Give Skill Points: AdvSkill <AV> <#>
But why settle for one at a time when you have got the luxury of having your number in this column.
37. Level Up: player.advlevel
This command will level up your character. The only drawback would be you will have to do away with the perks.
38. Enable Control in Cinematics: enableplayercontrols
If you are bored of seeing those storylines again and again where you just have to sit and watch, here comes the escape. This command enables you to have control over your character even during that cinematics.
39. Kill all NPCs: killall
This will kill all the NPCs in the local area. The advantage is that important ones still stay alive!
40. Set Weather: sw <WeatherID>
This game even lets you customize the environment. Use this if you think it’s getting too hot or are just hoping for some precipitation.
We found these the best Skyrim console commands. Do you have any more? Let’s know in comments.
Other Skyrim Console Commands
- tcl – Toggles No-clip mode (Fly, walk through walls)
- coc “Location” – Teleports you to that location, An all item room is coc QASmoke.
- psb – Give all spells to player
- tmm,1 – Toggle Map Markers
- tfc – Free camera
- saq – Start all quests (Warning: Not a good idea!)
- qqq – Quit the game
- coc qasmoke – Testing hall (You’ll have your items, enchanted items may crash game)
- tg – Toggle grass
- tm – Toggle menus, HUD
- lock X – Lock targeted chests, doors or even people, where X is the difficulty level of the lock (0 – 100)
- removeallitems – Removes all items of targeted NPC
- tdetect – Toggle AI Detection (Avoid getting caught stealing)
- setownership – Changes ownership of target so you can steal it
- duplicateallitems – Duplicate items (Target container or NPC and copy the RefID)
- fov XXX – Change field of view.
- advancepclevel – Increase your Level
- advancepcskill (skillname) X – Increase skill level
- advskill [skill] XXX – Increase targeted skill by XXX amount
- setpcfame – Set targeted character’s fame
- setpcinfamy – Set targeted character’s infamy
- player.modav [attribute name] [amount] – Apply modifier (+ or -) to the named attribute or skill. Skills are entered as they appear in-game, without spaces or quotes, except for Speech and Archery, which are “speechcraft” and “marksman” respectively. Attributes are things like “health” or “carryweight”, again without spaces or quotes. NOTE: Using the modav command will cause attributes modified by it to always appear in green, as the game thinks they’ve been buffed. You can try “setav” instead (untested), but in other Bethesda games this has sometimes led to permanent problems.
- player.modav carryweight X – Set Carry Weight
- player.modav burden X – Increase Burden by X
- player.modav Dragonsouls X – Add Dragon’s Souls to your pool, allowing you to improve your shouts.
- player.setav speedmult X – Increase movement speed, where X is a multiplier (percentage)
- player.setav Stamina X – Set Stamina
- player.setav Health X – Set health
- player.setcrimegold X – Set to 0 if you want it to be free
- player.setav Magicka X – Set Magicka
- player.placeatme X – Spawns an NPC at your location, where X is NPC ID
- player.setscale X – Change scale of player, where X=1 is normal
- player.IncPCS [Skill Name] – Increase the level of targeted Skill by one.
- [target].getavinfo [attribute] – This will display a short list of information about the given attribute (health, skills, etc.) of the specified target. You can omit “[target].” if you first click on the target with the mouse, or you can replace it with “player.” if you want the info on your character. For example:[br/]player.getavinfo lightarmor
- player.additem XXXXXXXX “###”– Adds items based on Item Codes, where XXXXXXXX is the item code, and ### is the amount you want.
- player.additem 0000000a “100” – Add 100 Lockpicks
- help – List console commands
- help keyword X – Search by the keyword, number is search mode, listed in “help” commands
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