how to buy a house in skyrim and get your money back

Available after completing the Dark Brotherhood quest Hail Sithis! The Master Bedroom upgrade costs 3000 gold, purchased from Delvin Mallory, as part of a total 19,000 gold upgrade of the sanctuary.

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game name: V: Skyrim cheat title: Get a Free House cheat: Fly on Whiterun’s Dragonsreach and go to the right where you’ll see some stairs.
Return to the Skeleton near where you picked up the book, and loot it’s body, take everything, and loot again, you’ll notice the book on this skeleton continually re-appears, giving you an unlimited supply of "The Doors of Oblivion" worth 50 gold each.
First a requirement for this glitch is Oghma Infinium (acquired from the daedric quest ‘Discerning the Transmundane’) that is in your inventory and not read and a book shelf (found in breezehome after getting the alchemy lab upgrade).
Then if u want steel arrows just go to the target there shooting at but if you want any other kind of arrow first place at least one arrow of the one you want in their inventory.
Go back into the mannequin, and equip any other piece of equipment that is a different type than the one you want to dupe.
Just above Slightless Pit a little higher on the mountain (not much higher) you will see a alter with a skeleton on it, beside the skeleton is a book called "The Doors to Oblivion".
Pick up the book, and kill the skeleton on the table, Two other skeletons will rise around the alter, kill these as well.
You need to have 5000 gold though and make sure you and the guy who sells you it are next to a chest, when you are talking to the guy about buying the house , when the ‘i’ll take it’ part comes up push A then B quickly and quickly store you gold in the chest or container he will give you the house and you won’t have to pay, then just retrieve your money from the chest and that’s you.
You must speak to his steward that you see in the video to get the option to buy the house for 5000 gold.
* If the option for decorating the house does not appear you must forward the time roughly between 8am and 8pm.
After you have arrived in Whiterun and have met the Jarl and slayed your first dragon you will be told by the Jarl that you may now purchase a house.
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When the option comes up to buy the house, select that option and then exit the conversation, turn to the container and open it, empty all of your gold into the container, then continue speaking with the steward.
So i’ve done all the quests in solitude, and the steward wont offer me the house? All i need to do is drop off Torygg’s War Horn at the shrine of talos, but it doesnt tell me where to go or which one to go to.
Before you talk to the steward, however, you must first locate a container that does not say ‘steal’ (when you roll your cursor over it) and that is positioned somewhere where the steward will walk past at some point during their daily routine.
You will actually need to possess the amount of gold required to buy the house; you won’t be spending any of it, but you can’t exploit this glitch without it.
Do you exit out of the conversation when it gives you the option to respond “Let’s do it.” (I believe) or after he hands you the house key? If it’s after, then how do I get the money into the item, because he seems to instantly take it.
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This is a quick tutorial in how to get the breeze home for free in Whiterun.
Houses also include a bed which belongs to the player; player-owned beds provide a temporary boost to health and stamina after sleeping in them (unless you are a werewolf, in which case you can never obtain such a boost from sleeping no matter where you are).
Houses are among the most expensive purchases a player can make, but owning a house allows a player to store items in it securely and can be a welcome sanctuary after dungeon-crawling.
Aside from houses, undertaking certain faction questlines can also provide the player with a shelter associated with that faction at no extra cost.
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With the eager US pushing forward money to help the island become a democracy it is pretty easy to keep everyone, especially the supposedly monarchist military people happy.
Sure, some people become rebels due to this but I had already foreseen it happening and was slowly building up the military presence on the island to deal with those traitorous scum.
Meanwhile the US kept offering all sorts of deals to establish various businesses (fronts for the CIA) on the island to secure their interests and despite my constant public rejections the KGB tried to off me by sending agent Mina Petrova to kill me and install their own puppet in my place.
With them out of the way and the rebel numbers at an all time low I can refocus on building up the population so I try my best to make people happy with a visit from the Pope, the construction of a sports center to host Pan-Caribbean games, and sneakily put a ban on contraception to increase numbers.
The island itself was awesome, with many resources to mine, oil to drill, good climates for crops, and having very road friendly terrain which I built up first to link everything together and build up the industry side of things.
He also mentioned something of owing him a favour but I didn’t really listen at that point because people were striking, rebel numbers were growing, and the threat of a military coup kept coming up.
Who are the people to believe, a crime lord or the guy that gets the Pope to visit? No, my sway at that point is too powerful and I am too well liked by all to have any further issues, even when pirates began attacking freighters I just challenged their leader and defeated him.
Refusing to bargain with terrorists, the island was subjected to bad luck, earthquakes and hurricanes that destroyed buildings and killed people.
Looks like the pirates liked me so much that the more violent military types took me to a nearby island to be their king! It’s not a bad place with four easily accessible mines and some oil.
No doubt they also are the cause behind various workers striking across the island and as much as I’d like to send the army in I know that’s what the rebels want so this time I’m just paying them off.
By the end of my term I only have 150 people on the island with a happiness rating of 54%, very short of my target.
What’s convenient for smithing is that the cheapest house in Skyrim (to my knowledge) is in Whiterun, the blacksmith capital.
i love that the whiterun house [the breezehome] is right next to the smithy! and smelter! yay.
Yah, as someone who is focusing on Heavy Armour + Smithing, a house comes in real handy.
A house is an excellent investment if you’re focusing on Heavy Armor or anything else where you need to carry a lot.
You should probably focus on a short range and a long range combat skill unless you’re a destruction mage, in which case your short range can be long range too.
I’ve heard the best skill to start working on first is pick pocketing, since you can buy/train whatever you want, then steal your money back.
Though I have hidden equipment in random houses, bushes, caves, probably much more reliable to store things in a place you can be certain will still be there when you return.
First time I hit an invisible wall in F:NV I saved, quit, went to find a mod that removes them, installed it and then resumed the game with the walls gone.
I’ve been playing FO:NV vanilla for my first time around although I might eventually do another run with mods and try something totally different.
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..When I’m not doing this, I am at Fallout NV nexus looking over mods trying to decide which ones to add when I start that game.
When I’m not doing this, I am at Fallout NV nexus looking over mods trying to decide which ones to add when I start that game.
And they make far too much use out of invisible walls which is incredibly frustrating ("Oh, you managed to find a path up this mountain after working at it for ten minutes? How about… nope."). But I’ve found the Mojave/Strip story more interesting than the Capital Wasteland’s.
I get that the developers might want you to pass through A on your way to B but invisible walls are a cheap way of doing it and are doubly frustrating in a supposedly "open world" style game.
I don’t have much time to play anymore so I don’t want to waste the few precious minutes on learning a new game.
😛 The only game I’m playing right now that is "new to the rotation" is Ys: Origin, which is FREAKING EXCELLENT if you have any love for action RPGs at all.
In FO3 (and the previous games but the Bethesda titles of course get the most direct comparison) I sort of felt like I had to play it straight or else I was playing it "wrong".
For the past couple weeks now, I’ve been obsessively playing 3 with the Martigen’s Mutant Mod, DC interiors, World of Pain, Fellout, and EVE mods installed.
Looking at the other things coming out over the next few months, my hopes are largely pinned on Beyond Earth and Dragon Age: Inquisition… but those are also exactly the kinds of big-budget games that I feel like I’ve been most consistently disappointed by the past few years.
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You’d think between Oblivion and Fallout 3, they’d have enough scratch to hire enough people that every single character in the game world doesn’t sound exactly the same.
My fear is that they’ll release an engine that’s hard to work with (a la UT3) and the mod community goes lame, which is sort of what happened with UT3.
The only thing I ask is for them to include a better character creation system, but other than that, I’d be happy with a new setting and new quests.
I hope whatever graphics engine they’ll ultimately use for TES5 will be as modable and flexible as TES:O was (errr.. is.
I hope Bethesda takes the elements that worked so well in the Fallout series and adapts them (Perks, Combat System, and a REAL Quest Interface) – then you’d be flirting with perfection.
Whether they pull stuff like this “Hey don’t have internet? Buy a 360″, they force users to authenticate games and systems daily that they bought with their money and belongs to them, whether it be putting restrictions and unfriendly measures on used games or even lending games to where you can only trade in games at participating retailers, them saying it will always require an internet connection and to “deal with it”, saying killer instinct is free to play but only giving you one fighter and making you buy the others, touting world of tanks as free to play but you cant play it without buying XBL gold because it is an online game, making people buy XBL even if all they want to do is use Netflix, the way they make it hard to cancel XBL memberships, charging a very unfriendly price for the system, or any other number of things they are doing that make me so I don’t want to support them.

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