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Train 99 Skills Per Level
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Feb 7, 2012 @ 7:10pm
Oct 17, 2012 @ 6:40pm
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Subscribe to download Train 99 Skills Per Level

Have you missed maximizing your 5 trainable skills per level or do you simply want more freedom with skill training? This mod allows you to train 99 times per level.

You can track the total number of skills trained ('Training Sessions') on the General Stats page.

For those interested in a more ‘balanced’ version of this mod check out:
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Indigot Jun 8 @ 3:05pm 
this doesn't work for me, i can train but it doesn't actually lvl me up =(
Timesplitter Jun 5 @ 11:42pm 
Skyrim Ultimate RPG Experience: All Expansions thanks you for your mod/mods made that have been implemented into the collection. It does require all the Skyrim expansions, but is composed of all the most promising mods ever made for Steam. Make sure to check it out at http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=106745968 and don't forget to rate it.
ValeTudo Feb 19 @ 9:38am 
This mod will only ruin your game experience if u use another mod/ cheat where you have unlimited gold... "/
{TB} Truper Feb 5 @ 5:46am 
I just trained up to lvl 5 without the mod and then my friend sitting next to me mention this mod so I just got done Subscribing it ( and checking if its in the data files when I launch my game ) and I got to 9 and it just stop for some reason idk why?

Was at the Town Mark talking to some orc Trainer

anyways just wanted let you know
hezekiah-angel Jan 14 @ 8:26pm 
Ya,I'm in lets get started.
Lancifer Dec 31, 2013 @ 12:19am 
As long as you have the follower-trainer bug patched, I have a hard time seeing how this mod would make the game unbalanced.
Grim Nov 5, 2013 @ 5:52pm 
Timesplitter Nov 3, 2013 @ 6:27pm 
This mod is included in the mod collection, "Skyrim Top Of The Line RPG Experience Guaranteed: Dragonborn (FULLY UPDATED)", and I wanted to thank you for the great work on your mod. This mod collection has been fully updated with the most stable and logically balanced mods to implement into the Skyrim game and has full instructions on how to assemble the best mod collection package of all time. Also looking for a video editor to make an amazing video featuring what this mod collection has to offer. Feel free to post in the Comments section of my mod collection about any questions regarding the video featuring this mod collection if you're interested.In doing so, I will give you full rights to my mod collection and place you as the video editor for this mod collection. Also, if you truly enjoy this collection, please rate it. Thank you.
beckerist Jul 28, 2013 @ 5:09pm 
The nice part is that I'm almost a 19 (maybe 85%) so the ranking up part is definitely a "makes this easier" bonus but...that's my goal anyway so I can play Dawnguard sooner than later.

tl:dr; This mod does let you go to a level 99 while training in something, but it costs a TON of money after the first few. IF you go through the game and get money legitimately this doesn't take much away from the overall experience. You might rank up a smidge faster, and you might have a few "arts" that rank up quickly, but overall this could have been incorporated into the vanilla game and no one would have batted an eye.
beckerist Jul 28, 2013 @ 5:09pm 
First, it didn't start working until after I rebooted my computer. I did reboot both skyrim and steam and it didn't load until this morning.

I started off as a level 43 lockpick (I do it constantly) and a level 18 character at about 33% of the way to 19, and talked to "Vex" in the thieves guild flaggon place.

I'm now a level 51 lockpicker having trained 8 times (8/99.) The first couple cost $500 per level, the last few were over $1500, so the cost goes up quickly. Overall I spent almost $8000 to go up 8 levels..