The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Cheats sur Xbox One (X1)

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
  • Première sortie: Nov 11, 2011
  • Genre: Role-Playing
  • Plateformes: Xbox 360,PlayStation 3,Xbox 360 Games Store,PC,Xbox One,PlayStation 4,Nintendo Switch
  • Développeur: Bethesda Game Studios
  • éditeur: Bethesda Softworks
  • Notations: ESRB: M,BBFC: 15,OFLC: MA15+,CERO: Z,PEGI: 18+

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Cultural References Hidden Around the Map


Galaxy Quest

When you enter The Frozen Hearth for the first time, you’ll hear a conversation between Dagur and Nelecar, during which one of the mage’s experiments is described as smelling “like some horrible monster was turned inside out, and then exploded.” 

This refers to the fate suffered by the alien creature that uses the untested “digital conveyor” in the film Galaxy Quest.

The Legend of King Arthur

A few references to King Arthur and Excalibur are scattered throughout the game. 

If you head to Rebel’s Cairn (a spot directly south of Broken Tower Redoubt), you’ll find a pile of stones in front of a cave, and stabbed into the topmost stone is a steel sword. This is an obvious reference to the famed sword in the stone, Excalibur.

When traveling slightly northeast of Bleakwind Basin, you’ll come across a pond with a skeletal arm sticking out and holding a leveled sword. This is a reference to the Lady in the Lake. She’s also referenced through The Lady Stone, a standing stone that increases your Health and Stamina regeneration by 25%, found in the middle of a lake.

Star Wars

When you enter the Frostfruit Inn, you’ll overhear a conversation eerily similar to the one Uncle Owen has with Luke Skywalker in A New Hope. Erik is talking to his father, who will say, “All I ask is that you stay on for one more season,” and “That’s just your mother’s side in you.”

There’s another reference to Luke in Bleakcoast Cave (located in Eastern Winterhold). You’ll find a skeleton hanging upside down from the ceiling and, just below it, a glowing sword. Any Star Wars fan will recognize this as the scene where Luke Skywalker is trapped in the Wampa cave trying to get his lightsaber back in The Empire Strikes Back.

Finally, if you travel with the ghost of Lucien Lachance, he will sometimes say, “I feel a disturbance in the void,” a sure reference to the common phrase of every Force wielder, “I feel a disturbance in the Force.”

How to Ensure a Great Play Through


Save as Often as Possible

There’s nothing worse than playing for a few hours, then suffering at the hands of an unforeseen glitch and realizing that you never saved once. For the sake of your sanity and your console, make sure you sabe whenever you’re aimlessly wandering the wilds, about to begin a tough boss battle, or when you’re trying to pickpocket someone that could end up being more trouble than they’re worth.

Create Your Own Adventure

While the game has many fascinating storylines, don’t feel the need to follow its pre-set paths. You can take whatever path you dare as soon as you’ve completed the tutorial, so journey to your heart’s content.

You don’t even have to discover you’re the dragon-born if you don’t want to, though you will lose access to a few quests.

Don’t Hoard Items

It’s easy to become overwhelmed by the massive amount of loot you can pick up. Don’t try to save every potion or soul gem you have for difficult boss battles. Instead, use and sell your loot or unwanted gear as often as possible so that you don’t suffer from a too-full inventory every time you go dungeon diving.

Try New Things in Combat

Dragons are some of the most epic enemies you will encounter as you travel around the map, but even these fights can become a bit tedious as you level up, especially if the dragon you’re fighting is stubborn and doesn’t want to land. 

Try to find different ways of killing your enemies using a combination of weapons, magic, and shouts. You could just stumble across a new favorite way of fighting. 

Open Every Book

There are more than 200 unique books in the game, each of which contains pieces of interesting lore, will grant you a skill increase, or will even trigger a quest (only five books can do this). Be sure to read every book you come across. 

Over-Encumbered Fast Travel Glitch


After diving through a dungeon, it’s very easy to come out of it over-encumbered, meaning you either have to play an annoying game of “which items are least important to me” or travel at a snail’s pace until you reach a spot where you can dump all your items.

Horses will make your life way easier. They’re unaffected by the weight you carry, meaning your over-encumberedness is canceled out, meaning you can fast-travel to your nearest base. There will only be an issue of the base you decide to fast-travel to happens to be inside one of the cities.

Max Sneak Glitch


Sneaking is one of the most beneficial skills in the game, especially if you prefer a more stealthy playthrough. This glitch only requires a bit of patience, as it takes about 30 minutes.

Before you begin:

  1. Ensure the Thief Stone is activated to level up Sneak even faster.
  2. Grab an iron dagger and head to High Hrothgar, home of the greybeards. When you enter, a graybeard should be knelt in the center of the room.
  3. Make sure your difficulty settings are on Legendary, move behind the graybeard, crouch, and quick save the game.

Once completely hidden, slash the monk with the iron dagger and wait. After attacking, the game will inform you that you’ve been detected but remain crouched, and you’ll be hidden almost immediately. After each (or every other) slash, you’ll level up, and the chance of being detected will decrease.

Make sure you save every few levels so that if you’re caught and the graybeards bear down on you with all their strength, you won’t have to start from the beginning. Remember that with each slash, you’ll push the graybeard closer and closer to the wall, and once he hits it, he’ll turn around. Be sure not to get caught mid-swing.

Carry on slashing the graybeard until you’ve hit level 100.

Books That Will Trigger Quests


There are a lot of books in Skyrim. Most (basically all) contain lore of the world, others will level up your skills, and some will even give you access to hidden quests.

The Aetherium Wars will trigger “Lost to the Ages,” during which you’ll need to retrieve the four Aetherium Shards to build the Aethrial Crown, Aetherial Shield, or Aetherial Staff. You’ll find this book in the Arcanaeum, the Bard College, Calcemo’s Tower, the Darklight Tower, the Dayspring Canyon, the Dead Drop Mine, Dragonsreach, the Dwemer Museum, the Fellglow Keep, the ground floor of Fort Dawguard (on a shelf in the farthest room to your left as you enter, on a shelf in the farthest room in front of the main entrance), Fort Neugard, Fort Snowhawk, the Hall of the Vigilant, Hob’s Fall Cave, the Ilinalta’s Deep, upstairs in the Palace of the Kings, Raldbthar, Rannveig’s Fast, the Redwater Den, Ruunvald Temple, the Volkihar Keep (in the blacksmith’s workroom and on the balcony extending from the upper level of the library), the Volkihar Undercroft.

  • Boethiah’s Proving will trigger “Boethiah’s Calling,” during which you’ll have to kill a non-essential follower, all the followers of Boethiah and Boethiah’s Champion. You’ll find the book in the Abandoned House, the Fellglow Keep, Hob’s Fall Cave, Septimus Signus’s Outpost, or on any Boethiah cultist who attacks you.
  • The Legend of Red Eagle will trigger “Find Red Eagle’s Sword,” during which you’ll have to retrieve Red Eagle’s Fury (sword), kill Red Eagle, and retrieve Red Eagle’s Bane. You’ll find this book in an Abandoned Prison in Eastmarch, Anga’s Mill Common House, Angeline’s Aromatics in Solitude, the Bard’s College, Candlehearth Hall, Castle Dour, the Arcanaeum of the College of Winterhold, the Dawnstar Sanctuary, Deepwood Redoubt (on a table near the only arcane enchanter, on a table in the forsworn hut containing a double bed, and on a bookshelf near the only bed in the dungeon), Dragonsreach (on a bookshelf in Farengar’s study and in the Jarl’s Quaters), Dushnikh Yal, Faldar’s Tooth, the Fellglow Keep Dungeons, the Commander’s Quarters in Fort Dunstad, Fort Snowhawk, the Frostflow Lighthouse, Hag’s End, the House of Clan Cruel-Sea, the Jarl’s Longhouse in Falkreath Hold, Jorrvaskr Living Quaters, The Katariah, the Jarl’s Chambers in Mistveil Keep, Upstairs in the Palace of the Kings, the Pinewatch Bandit’s Sanctuary, Rebel’s Cairn, Red Eagle Redoubt, Riften Jail, Serpent’s Bluff Redoubt, Serpent’s Bluff Ruins, the Silver-Blood Inn, the Understone Keep, Viola Giordano’s House, and the Volkihar Keep.
  • Lost Legends will trigger “Forbidden Legend,” during which you’ll need to learn the truth of the legend and find three parts of an amulet before reforging it in Reachwater Rock. This book is found in the College of Winterhold, the Nightcaller Temple, Geirmund’s Hall, Fellglow Keep, Dragonsreach, the Thalmor Embassy, the Understone Keep, or the Dark Brotherhood Sanctuary.
  • Sinderion’s Field Journal will trigger “A Return to Your Roots,” during which you’ll need to collect 30 samples of the mysterious Crimson Nirnroot and take them to Sinderion’s colleague Avrusa Sarethis so his research can continue. You’ll find the journal on Sinderion’s remains in Sinderion’s Field Laboratory.

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