Skyrim console commands.
Skyrim console commands provide you the opportunity to play your game with your own rules! So whether you want to be a god or be invincible, you can go anything you want! All you need is to read this short guide on Skyrim console commands!
Precaution: Well, when you are using too many console commands and codes, it may cause crashes, glitches or even fully mess up your game. Therefore, it is better if you want to stay away from all this, it’s better if you keep a separate backup of your game by first saving it and then use these commands and codes.
Secondly, once you start using these commands, your achievements are disabled, which means you cannot use these commands to complete your challenges.
How to use these console commands?
In order to use these console commands, you will first have to hit the tilde key (~) after which you will see the console window. Over there, type the commands and codes, very carefully taking care that you don’t miss any character, then hit the tilde key again so that your cheat starts working. Other than that, if you want to switch off your cheat, you’ll have to repeat the same process again.
Player skyrim console commands.
These console commands are the best ones which actually have the overall impact on the player. Consoles like tgm and tim help you get all the characteristics similar to god, which means you are infinite and invincible. Then there are cheats which will help you gain levels, walk through the walls or even fly, refill your health and many more. More over, you can also add shouts to your games by typing in the cheats addshout ShoutID; replacing the shout Id with your shouts. The list of shouts are included below.
God mode: Full invincibility, infinite stamina and magicka
Immortal mode: Similar to God mode, you can take damage but can’t be killed
No-clip mode: Walk through walls, fly
Access the character creator to change appearance (this will reset your level and skill progress)
Immediately refills your health
Learn every magic spell
Increase player level by one, though you won’t get a perk point
Replace # with the level to set your player to
Replace # with the height for your character, between 0.1 and 10
advskill SkillID #
Replace SkillID with the skill you’re modifying and # with the amount you are modifying it by. A list of SkillIDs is here
Replace ShoutID with the shout you want to add. A list of ShoutIDs is here
Replace PerkID with the perk you want to add. A list of PerkIDs is here
player.additem ItemID #
Replace ItemID with the item you want to add to your inventory, and # with the amount of that item to add. A list of ItemIDs is here
Point at a door or chest then use this code to unlock it
Quest Skyrim console commands
Quest console commands help you to know about the quests and even enables you start the quests according to your wish. The following Quest cheats are very interesting and it’s better if you try each one of them to make the game more interesting for you!
Completes all primary quest stages (may cause crashes)
Starts all quests (may cause crashes)
Shows all objectives for ongoing quests
Shows all targets for ongoing quests
Displays the QuestID for all current quests
Shows all stages for the entered QuestID
Move to the target of the entered QuestID
Completes quest with the entered QuestID
Resets quest with the entered QuestID
The skyrim console commands was just a way to keep you more engaged in this game give you the power to play in your own way as per your own wish. However, if you face any other issue regarding these console simply type help in the console window and it will guide you. So, enjoy the game!