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Instant Mastery - Speed Leveling Cheat
Category: Cheats
File Size:
0.047 MB
Mar 9, 2013 @ 7:37pm
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Ever wanted to create a new character but hate the idea of grinding out all thoes skill levels again?

Want to be a master of enchanting or smithing without hours spent at the table or forge?

Want to max out your skills without dealing with messy console commands?

Then this is the mod for you!

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Further information

This mod adds a cheat chest just inside of Riverwood. Inside the chest you will find many skill books and one Spelltome. The spelltome will teach you a spell called 'Instant Mastery'. This spell will increase the amount of points you gain from reading skill books to ten (10).

Cast the 'Instant Mastery' spell then read the other books from the chest to quickly level the skill or skills of your choice. See the video above or the step-by-step guide below for a more detailed explanation.

You may level your skills as much or as little as you choose in increments of ten levels at a time.

You could also choose to use this just to speed up a normal adventure. Just learn the spell and ignore the other books in the chest. Then cast the spell before reading skill books you find throughout Skyrim to give your skills an added boost.

Also on Nexus: http://skyrim.nexusmods.com/mods/33070

Step-by-Step Guide

1. Move your character to Riverwood.

2. Find the chest just inside the main gate (Helgen Keep side. Not Whiterun side).

3. Open the chest and take out the 'Instant Mastery Spelltome'

4. Learn the 'Instant Mastery' Spell. Note: If this is a new character that was created after this mod was installed they will already know the 'Instant Mastery' Spell.

5. Cast the 'Instant Mastery' spell.

6. Check to make sure the Magic Effect is applied.

7. Take the books for the desired skills from the chest.

8. Read the books for the skills you want to level. Each book will increase a skill's level by ten (10). Each book can only be used once. There are nine books for each skill so you can reach 100 in every skill.

9. Level up!

10. Distribute Magicka, Health, Stamina, and Perk points on the Skill menu like normal.

11. Enjoy your newly leveled character!

Why not just use console commands?

If you use commands like 'IncPCS' or 'setlevel' then you'll need other commands to raise the perk points, the levels or skill levels, and the Health, Magicka, and Stamina to match what you should have at that level. This mod will instead level you up the same way the game does naturally.

Using 'advskill (skill name) 999999999999' will give you levels, perk points, and skill levels but will only put skills at 100. If you use lower numbers to try to get a specific level it will have unpredictable results. This mod gives you the option to stop at whatever level you want within ten levels without numerous game breaking console commands.

Console commands have the potential to break the game if used incorrectly or too aggressively. CTD's and corrupted saves are not uncommon. This small and simple .esp file cannot break the game no matter how you use it's contents in the game and the chances of a conflict with another mod are slim.

I originally made it for myself as an easy way to create different types of characters, at different levels, and with different skill sets to test out various mods. I thought other players would find it useful for 're-rolling', increasing a skill like enchanting without the grind involved or console commands, or testing mods like myself so I decided to share it with the community. You may find other uses for it. The choice is yours!


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Master_Vaggo 13 hours ago 
how do i install
invisibleSloth10 Jan 4 @ 4:00am 
u are a god smithing is no longer anoying
Beaven A Knight Dec 9, 2014 @ 8:27am 
scheerlc8520 Dec 3, 2014 @ 8:09pm 
Ⓒⓞⓛⓘⓝ Dec 3, 2014 @ 3:54pm 
nevermind it was a simple mistake on my part. love this mod mod.
Voodu  [author] Dec 2, 2014 @ 6:53pm 
Just click the subscribe button and then start your game. Be sure the mod has fully installed at the launcher before clicking "Play"
scheerlc8520 Dec 2, 2014 @ 5:47pm 
Never installed a mod using steam how do you do it???
vkdude94 Nov 30, 2014 @ 7:53pm 
Thanks so much, you were right it came off!! I was just worried that I was going to be stuck with a glowing character lol Great job on the mod, I like it! :)
Voodu  [author] Nov 30, 2014 @ 1:25pm 
It takes 5 full minutes to wear off, not including times spent paused on menus and such. It will go away. It just takes a little while.
vkdude94 Nov 29, 2014 @ 11:12pm 
Hey man I really like this mod, the skills are all working perfectly fine, it's just when I used that spell my character won't stop glowing, what should I do. Thanks