I have ALL the perks for enchanting (100) ALL the perks for smithing (100) and all the perks for destruction (100 again) yet I can only enchant my daedric helmet with fortify destruction to 15%. I want to do the thing where you can get 100% fortify destruction if you doi it on four peices of apparel, however I don't know what I am doing wrong :(
I've encountered a frustrating set of bugs in the Skyrim construction set. Most people that I see posting questions on overhaul mods seem to agree that cost scaling (with 100% cost decrease effects on armor) is just plain broken. 100% fortify destruction = infinite dual thunderbolt = enemies are perpetually staggered. 100% fortify alteration = entire enemy team is paralyzed for the rest of the game. So I have been researching how to make a mod with abilities where effect scales with level and armor skill buffs/perks instead of scaling down with cost. There are several overhaul mods that do
I'm trying to enchant my gear with Fortify Alchemy in Skyrim, and for some reason, the base % with a Grand Soul is 17%. If I use an Enchanter's Elixir (makes enchantments 25% stronger), it only goes up to 19%. Now, I have 100 points in Enchanting, and I also have all of the perks... so shouldn't I be getting the maximum value to my enchantments? I have read on numerous websites that the base value with 100 in Enchanting and all of the perks should be 25%. With an Enchanter's Elixir, it should go up to 28% instead of 19%. I have read a question which might lead to the problem, but I am
NO magicka at all (of course plus enchantments on ring, amulet, circlet etc). The problem is I tried to enchant my light dragon armor with Fortify Health and also Fortify Destruction and Magicka Regen (since I can enchant 2 enchantments in one item) but the result is not as satisfied as I wanted. At the moment the maximum I can get is about 17% for fortify destr. and only mere 10% for fortify magicka.... PS: Fortify Destruction and Magicka Regen enchantment is considered as ONE enchantment. If anyone wondering how the hell I can cast destruction spell without using magicka, just buff up your items
Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to maximize all the skills and gain all the perks? I realize there is a limit to the number of perks one can get during the course of the game, however, I am not sure if there is a limit to other skills. If one were to obsessively spend hours trying, is it possible to level up all skills to the limit (and, what is the limit for a skill anyway?). Or is there some cap on your total skill levels?
I am all around character ,And i don't want to be a full blown battlemage or conjurer is there a way to level up destruction and conjuration fast like you can do with illusion and alteration? I have looked it up but can't find anything. I was hoping someone here would know.
Possible Duplicate: Fortify alchemy/fortify enchant stacking? I was wondering whether you could use Alchemy to do this: Make a potion to Fortify Making potions Drink said potion and make... making potions enchantments on your items congratulations, you just broke the game! These methods, though i havent actually tried them out, can make you have a very highly increased enchantment bonus, which can of course give you all sorts of insane enchantments. Was this maybe an oversight in Skyrim?
Why would the price of potions that I make actually decrease as I get better? I have all the perks and a suit that gives 120% bonus.
Do you need to go through all rounds of Strum to get the 100% achievement? Because I suck royally at "Simon Says" type of games.
on the corresponding skill of the mage wielding it. For example, a wizard with a high Destruction skill would get a lot of uses from a Staff of Fireball. I'm wondering if 'Fortify <magic school>' alchemy... Destruction or Vampire Armor of Extreme Destruction (Fortify Destruction, 22 pts; Enchantment description: Destruction spells cost 22% less to cast) – will those apparel lessen the charge cost of using...I'm asking based on info from the UESP wiki's "Staves" article (emphasis mine): Anyone can use a staff, regardless of magic skill, and using a staff does not use any of the caster's own Magicka