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Oblivion, where can i get an everlasting lockpick?

Discussion in 'PC Games' started by Jimbo, 30 Apr 2006.

  1. Jimbo

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    I heard theres an everlasting lockpick? where can i find it?
     
  2. neoboy

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    Well this is sort of cheating but what you can do is move your cursor over the box/door you want to unlock, bring up the console and then click on the box/door with a mouse and type unlock.
     
  3. Inquisitor

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    It's called the Skeleton Key. It's a reward from one of the Daedric shrines I think.
     
  4. Jimbo

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    Right cheers, dont wanna cheat, i heard there was one in someones house.
     
  5. GlacierMint

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  6. Jimbo

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    Brilliant thanks very much. I also found this...

    Where do I get a Skeleton Key?

    • Shrine of Nocturnal
    Directions: Follow the road heading east out of Leyawiin and when you reach the words “County Kvatch” you’ll see your shrine.
    Required Offering: None, gives you a quest to complete. Complete it and return.
    Level Requirement: 10
    Reward: The godly Skeleton Key (a lockpick that is not only unbreakable but boosts your security skill by 40)

    http://www.elderscrolls.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=310239&st=0&p=5350977&#entry5350977
     
  7. Andr3w

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    press ` to bring up console

    type

    player.additem 0000000A 1000

    i think
     
  8. Jimbo

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    Aaah but thats cheating mate, I dont want to cheat I want to find it fair and square. ;)
     
  9. Quantic

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    Hmmm but you're not finding it fair and square. You're using a walkthrough. ;)
     
  10. Simaster14

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    I'd say that's not cheating, walkthroughs are perfectly legitimate. You still have to do it yourself, it's not like guides give you the items etc.
     
  11. Quantic

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    Would you consider walkthrough's for point-and-click adventure games as equally legitimate?
     
  12. Simaster14

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    Excuse me for being a "noob", because I'm usually quite understanding when it comes to game lingo, but what does 'point-and-click' mean? :confused:
     
  13. atpbx

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    You were not born in time to experience the averageness of point and click adventures.

    Operation stealth.
    Cruise for a corpse.
    Beneath a steel sky.
    Monkey island series.
    Indiana jones and the fate (curse?) of atlantis.
    etc etc.
     
  14. Simaster14

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    Ok, so it literally means what it 'says on the tin?
     
  15. Jimbo

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    Heh ok I know its a bit cheaty, but I had seen somone mention this on these forms before and just think it would be a great thing to have. Its mostly for my brother, who is absolutely loving this game tbh.

    I have the walkthrough but hardly ever use it, honest. Just when its tottaly essential. :D
     
  16. Meridian

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    The MQ is so simple and linear I can only think of one point where you would ever need a walkthrough. Most of the rest of the quests are equally simple. You only really need a guide to know where to start in most cases.


    M
     
  17. Psyk

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    I'm using a walkthrough now because I'm just trying to finish every last quest. the MQ and most of the guild questlines I did without one, as I did with most of the daedric quests.
     
  18. mtjdavis

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    This doesnt give you the skeleton key, just 1000 ordinary lockpicks
     
  19. Jimbo

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    I found the shrine wich gives you the task to get the skeleton key, but I cant do it cos Im not level 10. :(
     
  20. G00SE

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    player.additem 0000000b 1

    thats the skeleton key^