Im a Merc in Unturned 23. jun kl. 2:19pm
Alchemy, Smithing and enchanting leveling up tips?
Hey fellas got skyrim on console since pc wasnt good enough... i was wondering if you people would have any times to upgrade those skills above because it takes me FOREVER to get one level on one of them skills please help it will be appreciated :)
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Yehovah 23. jun kl. 2:23pm 
i get enchaanting up by just charging enchanted weapons. smithing is easy craft stuff. im no alchemist though
Grathagis 23. jun kl. 2:25pm 
if you craft, craft the most expensive items possible. making a potion worth 1000 gold levels you faster than a potion worth 10. the same applies to the other crafting skills
jconan7777777 23. jun kl. 2:26pm 
smithing is leather and iron in the beginning...just keep grinding it and buying until you can get silver and gold minning...then jewlery....a lot of these things will level as you do also....you won't be seeing ebony nodes until it unlocks
Grathagis 23. jun kl. 2:29pm 
just making the necesarry items for building Hearthfire homes will raise your smithing skill
Shelt 23. jun kl. 2:29pm 
It's best just to pay for alchemy training, it's pretty slow going otherwise

I will say that alchemy is extremely powerful though, especially if you're a mage since you can concoct potions which will increase your destruction damage by 50% or more. And they're pretty easy to make with common ingredients. Glowing mushrooms and Nightshade if I remember correctly.

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Trigger 23. jun kl. 2:32pm 
Use the Guardian Stones just west of Riverwood=Mage stone cover Enchanting, Thief stone covers Alchemy and the Warrior Stone covers smithing.. each stone gives you 20% learn skills faster...plus get 8 hours sleep will give you-learn all skills 10% faster
WanderingJarlPuncher 23. jun kl. 2:36pm 
best tip dont level them up too fast, from my personnal experience if you level those too quickly youll get bord because the game wont have any challenge left in store
Shelt 23. jun kl. 2:36pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Trigger:
Use the Guardian Stones just west of Riverwood=Mage stone cover Enchanting, Thief stone covers Alchemy and the Warrior Stone covers smithing.. each stone gives you 20% learn skills faster...plus get 8 hours sleep will give you-learn all skills 10% faster

True. And if you get the notched pickaxe from the throat of the world summit, that also helps with smithing abilities. You can also return the lexicon that crazy lizard gives you in Riften to a dwemer ruin to get a smithing bonus.
Im a Merc in Unturned 23. jun kl. 2:55pm 
Thank you people. Im a battle mage so these will come in handy! :D
Im a Merc in Unturned 23. jun kl. 3:14pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Shelt:
Oprindeligt skrevet af Trigger:
Use the Guardian Stones just west of Riverwood=Mage stone cover Enchanting, Thief stone covers Alchemy and the Warrior Stone covers smithing.. each stone gives you 20% learn skills faster...plus get 8 hours sleep will give you-learn all skills 10% faster

True. And if you get the notched pickaxe from the throat of the world summit, that also helps with smithing abilities. You can also return the lexicon that crazy lizard gives you in Riften to a dwemer ruin to get a smithing bonus.
Well i found this stone called the lover stone ( i think its the name ) it gives me a boost to ALL skills...
Shelt 23. jun kl. 3:38pm 
Yep, but at only 15% instead of 20. I use the Lord Stone myself since I don't mind leveling a bit more slowly.

Also, Idk if you have all the DLC, but if you do, you can craft an object which allows you to use two standing stones at once, so you could actually have Lovers Stone and Warrior Stone active at the same time for a huge bonus.
Im a Merc in Unturned 23. jun kl. 3:42pm 
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Yep, but at only 15% instead of 20. I use the Lord Stone myself since I don't mind leveling a bit more slowly.

Also, Idk if you have all the DLC, but if you do, you can craft an object which allows you to use two standing stones at once, so you could actually have Lovers Stone and Warrior Stone active at the same time for a huge bonus.
Really?! JESUS now i WISH i got the legendary editon lol!
rafaelherschel 23. jun kl. 3:52pm 
Go around exploring without bothering too much about leveling up. Buy alchemy ingredients whenever you can and collect as much ingredients as you can. (Don't buy the really expensive stuff.) Don't forget to explore caves (for finding mushrooms).

Start making potions when you have a large quantity of ingredients and try to find combinations that produce expensive potions. Selling them will help you buy more ingredients and material for smithing.

Raiding Dwemer ruins is a good way to get metal to make ingots with a smelter.

For enchanting it's useful to have a weapon that collects souls. Some stores will sell them. Buy small, empty small gems from court mages and go hunting. This will give you souls and hides for leather.
Zefram Cochrane 23. jun kl. 3:57pm 
Enchanting is easy to level up, smithing takes. An. Age. Alchemy... never gotten into it.

Its possible to level smithing and enchanting together, smith some items then put an enchantment on them, sell them they usually sell for decent money.
jconan7777777 23. jun kl. 4:01pm 
if we tell you too much it will take all the fun out of the game.....gl hf
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