adamashmann Mar 6, 2014 @ 8:58pm
Money
What do you wirth it once you have all the weapons you want? how do buy houses and land? can you buy people presents, or contribute to a guild? I have over 22k. Thank you for your time
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Incunabulum Mar 6, 2014 @ 9:03pm 
You buy houses from the Jar'ls assistant - once you've gotten enough favor for them to grant you the privilege. What the rest of the hold's inhabitants did to gain that 'privilege' I have no idea.

You can get married, adopt children and give them presents. Build a house in one of three different locations (if you have Hearthfires installed).

Can't contribute to a guild or give random people presents. Can contribute to a shop to increase his available gold, which you don't need to do since the game drowns you in it anyway (unless you mod the gold levels out).

You can try stacking each of your coins up and see how high you can get it with the game's insanity inducing object manipulation system.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Mar 6, 2014 @ 10:37pm 
buy lots of expensive enchanted gear and give it away to Nord prisoners in Justicar escorts :3

You'll soon get rid of that gold - to our Khajiiti friendssssssssss :3
White Knight Mar 6, 2014 @ 11:19pm 
You could take your 22k and go on a legendary skooma bender but it won't get you very far in real estate. That would barely cover the base cost of the better homes, as I recall.

I'm tempted to tell you to hide your gold in a chest under a certain bridge at a certain time, then leave the area without returning until the sun comes up so you could find a wondrous magical weapon in the box.

Of course, the box would be empty and I would be laughing all the way to Riften but the game doesn't work that way.

Nah, I would never do that and you're way too smart to fall for something that dumb.

You could always invest in a bridge though. That way you could set up a toll and collect money from all of the people who cross it. I happen to own a few that you could take a look at if you like?
Ilja Mar 6, 2014 @ 11:21pm 
Install Frostfall and RND. You will eat, drink and sleep your money away.
gnewna Mar 7, 2014 @ 12:32am 
Don't forget realistic room rental, although it does enhance some of the rooms with baths, storage, etc.
SpeedFreak Mar 7, 2014 @ 12:40am 
Well install some weapons mods (immersive weapons) and buy the weapons from blacksmiths etc ... guaranteed broke in a short while or buy filled soul gems the way to blow your money away.
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3ThunderStars Mar 7, 2014 @ 12:50am 
You should make your own achievements, as finding all the effects of every ingredients. Buying it cost sooo much and it's ♥♥♥♥♥♥ to find them. You will lack money in no time but it's fun.
»Dragoon« Mar 7, 2014 @ 1:29am 
Build a house from Hearthfire, don't matter which (btw save 300 iron ingots and like 20 conundorum and 45 steel for this is you want to build all options), then buy all the gems vendors have in Skyrim, never sell those you find and fill your cellar to the top to show how much of a dragon soul you really have.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Mar 7, 2014 @ 10:11pm 
You can do stuff to spend money, but I don't think Bethesda thought into it much, nor anything else for that matter. Cuz reasons...
WhyFluttershy Mar 8, 2014 @ 4:06am 
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:
You can do stuff to spend money, but I don't think Bethesda thought into it much, nor anything else for that matter. Cuz reasons...

Because they knew what the modders were going to do once they got the game. Minus the consoles of course, but that's to be expected with limited hardware.
bigwhitehound Mar 8, 2014 @ 7:18am 
If you use a mod home that you don't have to buy. I recommend you instal the small mod "Estate Agents" this lets you "buy" the home from the general good merchants. This will cut that 22k down.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Mar 8, 2014 @ 7:57am 
Originally posted by Drink Skooma Hail Sithis:
Originally posted by KL Master Dan StormCats:
You can do stuff to spend money, but I don't think Bethesda thought into it much, nor anything else for that matter. Cuz reasons...

Because they knew what the modders were going to do once they got the game. Minus the consoles of course, but that's to be expected with limited hardware.

Nope, it was because they thought their consumer base would not have the patience for all the detail. And that also backs up a trait of laziness too.. Bound to happen really. Money drives it all (no pun intended on OP)
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