The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Game of the Year Edition Cheats For Xbox

  1. Infinite Gold

    For this code to work you must have several things done, Number 1: You must have access to Mournhold, Number two: You must be able to kill a High Ordinator, and Number three: High ordinators must hate you. First, have some kind of High Ordinator Armor on then go to the Armory in the Great Bazaar. Second, talk to the High Ordinator with some of their same armor on. He will say that tou should not wear that armor and will attack you.(After this all Ordinators will see you as a criminal and attack you) Kill him. Take his armor off his body and set it on the ground. Sell 10k worth of armor then dispose of his body. Go upstairs and sleep in the bed for 24 hours. After you wake up the Ordinator will be back and the money that the Aromorer had will be back up to 10k. Repeat same process as above. After awhile the armor builds up so if you don't dispose of his body he will still be dead even if after you sleep. Since they attack you first you cannot have a bounty on your head.

    Contributed by: Tidus92 

  2. Alchemy Abuse

    In order to do this cheat you will have to have at least 1000 Gold, access to Mournhold, and an alchemy set. Go talk to the lady in front of the temple in Mournhold. Buy 10 Netch Leather and 10 Bloat from her and repeat untill you have atleast 100 of both items. Now use alchemy to make 10 potions out of the 2 items. They should be Intelligence Potions. Now drink the potions and exit the menu just long enough for the spell to take effect. Now re-enter the menu and repeat until you have the last 10 potions you can make with your supplies. You can sell these potions for a very high price or use them later in order to repeat the above steps an make more powerful potions. Eventually you will have a high enough Intelligence to make very powerful, longlasting potions.
    - AdultSwim Fan

    Contributed by: AdultSwim Fan 

  3. Alchemy Abuse - At Less Cost

    Go to Sadrith Mora, to the Wolverine Hall Imperial Cult Altar. The man that is near the altar, wearing a red robe, sells Ash Yams and Netch Leather in inifinite amounts. They cost one gold a piece. Buy some of both, and make many fortify intelligence potions. Drink them all. Make more. Then repeat until your intelligence is as high as you like (note that the higher intelligence you have, the more potent the potions you make, and the longer they last). Once it gets high enough, you can make extremely strong potions of whatever you like.

    Contributed by: Destroyer2000 

  4. Alchemy Abuse - Balmora, Levitation

    Early in the game, you can go to the city of Balmora. In Balmora there is an alchemist that has 3,000 gold and plenty of alchemical items. To best use her items, go to the Mage Guild first, teleport to Caldera, and go down the stairs. Once there, you'll see a closed door on your right. Open that door and head up the spiral staircase. At the top you can acquire very good items used in alchemy. Go down the steps and back up the to teleporter, and teleport back to Balmora.

    The alchemist you want, Nalcarya of White Haven, is in the 'richer' part of Balmora, near the Clothier and Hlaalu Manor. The main items you want from her are the Alit Hide and Muck items for Drain Intelligence potions (which are easy to make and go for a decent price -- good for those with lower levels in alchemy) and the Racer Plumes with Trama Root combination (Levitation).

    The Levitation (or Rising Force, as the game names it) is harder to make and more expensive, as a Trama Root and Race Plume would go for 30 gold, whereas an Alit Hide and Muck combination would go for 11 gold. The Rising Force potions are much more useful than the Drain Intelligence potions, as you'll find yourself needing them more often and they're helpful when you want to get to a high level in a ruin, or simply want to escape those pesky guards. If you chose Alchemy as one of your base skills (one of the 10 major or minor skills you select in the beginning), you'll level rather quickly. The reason this alchemist is the best choice is because there is a bed on the second floor.

    In the event you grow bored with Alchemy, you can always sell the items you stole from Caldera to the alchemist and make a tidy profit, or, if you desire to continue making potions, you can purchase the Grandmaster's Mortar and Pestle from her for 4,000 gold.

    Contributed by: Abyssmal Fiend 

  5. Corprus Disease

    When you Contract Corprus disease every 24 hours some of your stats go up and some of them go down. Keep sleeping for 24 hours to permanately increase the stats that rise. When you get Corprus disease cured you will still have all of your increased stats and your lowered stats will be brought back to normal! You can keep getting increases in stats even past the max, letting you carry more goods and do more damage.

    Contributed by: DaShadowReborn 

  6. Assu Teleportation

    Go to Assu (Mount Kand) and go to the end of the cave near Dreveni Hlaren (Staff of Magnus). Swim to the bottom of the lake that surrounds her and swim between the smaller rock and the huge rock so that the smaller rock is on your left, and you should be instantly teleported to the entrance.

    Contributed by: XboxCreature 

  7. Permanent Fortification

    This works for Fortifying, Attributes, Skills, and Attacks.

    1) Get a spell that fortifies an attribute or skill (or get all 26 Sanguines to get Mephala's Skill so you can fortify Attack) and a Soultrap spell.
    2) Find someone who makes Spells.
    3) Make a spell with:

    Fortify X (whatever you want fortified) however many points you want (make sure it's a certain number and not a range) for 2 seconds on Self (you can add as many of these as you want to one spell, just make sure they last 2 seconds on self)
    Soultrap on Target
    4) Name and buy the spell
    5) Cast the spell

    Your attribute, skill, or attack will be raised by however many points you specified permanently. This is a good way to raise attributes and skills once they hit 100 and can't be raised naturally anymore.

    Contributed by: SamboSimpson 

  8. Infinite 1 Gold Training Sessions

    This glitch will allow you to use any of the trainers in the game for one gold piece each time, and it will also allow you to train any skill to level 100 with any trainer (in other words, you don't need to go track down master trainers anymore). The steps are as follows:

    1. Go to the Prison Tower in Fort Moonmoth. The woman that is guarding the cells has a ''Drain Skill'' spell. Buy it.

    2. Now go to any spellmaker (the easiest would probably be the high elf in the Balmora Mages Guild, since Balmora is so close to Fort Moonmoth. The spell you want to make is ''Drain (insert skill here) 100-100 for 2 sec on Self''. So if you were wanting to train your heavy armor skill up to level 100, the spell would be ''Drain Heavy Armor 100-100 for 2 sec on self''. This spell should cost you about a hundred coins.

    3. Now you need to find a trainer who trains the skill you just bought the spell for. In this case you can find a heavy armor trainer right next door in the Balmora Fighter's Guild. What you do now is cast your ''Drain Heavy Armor'' (or whatever skill you choose) and while it is active open the training box. Since your Heavy Armor skill will be drained to zero no matter what you had it at, it will only show up as costing 1 gold piece to train. Now after you are done training, the spell will wear off and you will retain the level you just trained your Heavy Armor to. You can do this as many times as you want with every skill in the game. You can also train skills even when they are at level 100 already, though they won't go any higher. Use this to keep gaining levels for HP and to max out your stats.

    *Note: This trick is especially useful for Medium Armor since the developers forgot to put the Master Trainer in the game, so if you were hoping to use the Medium Armor Master Trainer, you're screwed. Use this trick to unscrew yourself. And if you feel guilty about cheating, drop 100,000 gold on the ground when you're done and walk away :P

    Contributed by: Dradeel 2 

  9. Protection from Normal Weapons

    First you must have the Sanctuary spell. It can be bought from Zanmulk Sammalamus in the Gnisis Temple. You must also posess the spell Soultrap. This can be obtained from Masalinie Merian in the basement of the Balmora Mages Guild. Then, find someone who has the ''Spellmaking'' option in their dialogue box. An Altmer named Estirdalin who is also in the basement of the Balmora Mages guild has the Spellmaking option. Then create a spell that has these effects:

    Sanctuary:
    Magnitude: 100 to 100
    Duration: 1 second
    Range: Self

    Soultrap:
    Duration: 1 second
    Area: 0
    Range: Target

    Buy the spell and then look all the way down to where your feet would be. Select the spell you just made and cast it. You should now be protected from all normal weapons.

    Contributed by: DagothUrReturns 

  10. Light Effect

    Equip the Truflame. Now go into the item menu and equip some other weopon (i usually use a lockpick). Now exit the menu. The light effect form the trufalme will still be there, even though you hae a different itm equiped.

    Contributed by: TurtleWithAGuitar 

  11. Grace Period

    At the start of the game, get your papers from Ergalla and go outside. Take the ring from the barrel and walk up to the left side of the second building. At the corner where the wall and the building meet, jump repeatedly and you should glitch through the wall. Now, if you hit anybody or steal something, a guard will just walk up and say something to the effect of, "If you do that again, you may just be thrown back in prison." If you drop the item you stole before they reach you, it is marked as yours and you can pick it back up. This is useful for collecting armor and weapons, because you can go anywhere. Unfortunately you cannot save. Note: some non-guard NPCs may attack you and you still can't kill anybody and get off scot-free.

    Contributed by: Knight of Eonia 

  12. Unlimited Weight Capacity

    To have unlimited weight, (meaning you may carry as much stuff as you want, without having to go all the way back to your crates/storage bins) you must first off have a spell with Feather, and a Soultrap spell. Go to a Spellmaker, (best place is the Balmora Mage's Guild) and make a Spell with these specs:
    Feather on Self for X to X amount for 2 seconds. (X must be ONE number, or the spell may vary everytime you cast it)
    Soultrap on Target for 2 seconds.
    Make it in that order, and buy it. If you aren't a Magic-using person, you might want to get a little more Magicka before buying the spell, so that you may cast it. When you bought the spell, look directly down at where your feet should be, and cast it. If you look at your status effects, it shows nothing about Feather on you, but your weight is now permanently down by X amount! I found this trick on of the most useful of all, and it also works with Swift Swim, and Water Breathing. But take caution, do NOT use this method with Levitate! You'll never be able to come down.

    Contributed by: Superbinkey 

  13. Stay Safe from Enemies

    When fighting enemies it is possible to jump on top of them. From here you can attack them with out fear of attack from them as long as you manage to stay on top of the enemy. Works with most enemis although it can be hard for taller enemies.

    Contributed by: AWing Pilot 

  14. Many Souls From One Golden Saint

    This is a way to eliminate having to hunt down innumerable Goldan Saints for enchanting. Have a spellmaker make different versions of soul trap with different names. Find or summon a Golden Saint, then cast as many as you can or want. For every spell that is active when the creature is killed, you'll get a separate soul, as long as you have enough grand soul gems.

    Contributed by: Doornail 

  15. Bal Molagmer glitch

    Jim Stacey is the last Guildmaster of the Thieves Guild. He offers special Bal Molagmer missions that can be done on the side but before the completion of the main Thieves Guild quests.

    Normally when you complete the Thieves Guild, Jim Stacey will leave you in charge and leave. If you haven't done that Bal Molagmer sub-missions then you are out of luck. To get around this simply start a Bal Molagmer missions and then go and finish the Thieves Guild missions.You will be put in charge of the Guild and be given the skeleton key however Stacey will remain where is is at even though everybody says he has left. Now you can do the Bal Molagmer whenever you feel like it.

    Contributed by: AWing Pilot 

  16. Easily Kill Merchants Without Taunting

    First, soultrap a Golden Saint. Then, enchant a piece of clothing to do one damage constantly. If you sell this piece of clothing to a merchant, such as Ra'Virr in Balmora, they will wear it, and constantly suffer one damage. This will eventually kill them, and you will not get a bounty.

    NOTE: This may only work with certain merchants.

    Contributed by: evilchao2 

  17. Unlimited Level Glitch

    Ever wanted to spend that 40 Million Gold that you've had forever? This is a glitch that will allow you to reach any level that you want, provided that you have A LOT of Gold.

    Go to any Secret Master Trainer - there are easily accessible ones in Vivec Arena (Heavy Armor and Acrobatics) in Caldera Shenk's Shovel (Sneak). Now, make sure that what you're training is either a major skill or a minor skill. Basically, this glitch will let you keep training even past a rating of 100. Everytime you increase a level, you get a point bonus to leveling. For every 10 bonus points, you get a whole level increase. Keep doing this and you should be able to reach well past level 100 in less than an hour! I trained my Heavy Armor skill apporx. 2000 times (2000/10 = 200) in 32 minutes and became a level 209 Imperial! The only downside is, it cost me about 230K gold...but hey, I figured that wasn't such a huge ding considering I had 34 Million to play with. Now go slaughter a High Ordinator or Two!

    Contributed by: zmak623_basic 

  18. Instant Item Removal

    To minimize storage memory and instead of waiting three days for excess items to clear, summon a Golden Saint and kill it. As it falls, quickly highlight and it and press A. Give it all of your uneeded items and exit. It will disappear normally. Doing so will reduce the chance of the game overloading.

    NOTE: Any items dropped will be lost forever.

    Contributed by: MGRaiden 

  19. Instant Glitch-Kill

    This works on any NPC. All you need is a weapon and a lockpick (I use a Master Lockpick). Simply stand facing whomever you wish to kill, hold your attack button down, and while your weapon is swung back, open your inventory. You can now let go of the attack button. Equip your lockpick and exit your inventory. Your character will now swing your lockpick instead of your weapon, instantly killing whomever you\'re facing. 1 point will also be used up from your lockpick.

    Rarely this will take away all your opponents health, but make your opponent invincible. This has only happened to me on rare occasions when I faced important game characters, but after starting the battle over and trying it again, it killed them instantly.

    Contributed by: dementia_Alice 

  20. Infinite Vampire Potions

    Note: This glitch requires that you be in the Aundae vampire clan.

    On your first mission in the Aundae Clan, you're sent to Sadrith Mora to learn of what became of Dhulayne Aundae's son, Vilandon Aundae. In order to speak to Sinyarimen, you must get Sinyarimen's potion from Tuscamircil to deliver to him. However, stay in the dialog box. Every time you select the option "I'll deliver the potion for you.", Tuscamircil will hand over a new one! A hole in the scripting that the developers over looked causes Tuscamircil to hand out a potion each time you do this. Thus enabling you to get as many of these valuable potions as you want. Now if you'll take a look at the potions qualities, you'll see that they're quite expensive for potions and are perfect for aiding a vampire. Here are the potions qualities:The potion is worth 1,502 gold, weighs 0.5 pounds, and it's effects are: cure common disease-Night Eye 50 pts. for 10 sec.-Fortify Strength 20 pts. for 20 sec. See what I mean? The night-eye effect especially helps you.

    This hole in the script should end either after you complete this quest or after you cure yourself of Vampirism - After those times, the dialog option should disappear.

    Contributed by: AE91 

  21. Infinite Breath Underwater

    What this glitch does is lets you stay underwater for as long as you want. When in water, go underwater. you should see a breath meter. Go up NEAR the top. If done correctly and your still underwater, the breath meter should dissapear. Then, you'll be underwater for as long as you want. Also, this is useful for looking for items underwater, you wont have to come up every minute or so. Have fun =)

    Contributed by: Rathalos888 

  22. Restore Health

    While playing the game, press B to go to the menu. Then use the L and R buttons to go to the stats menu. Highlight either the Health, Magicka, or Fatigue Bars and then enter the corresponding code.

    Code Effect
    Press Black, White, Black, Black, Black and then press and hold A until your Health is full. Restore Health
    Press Black, White, White, Black, White then press and hold A until your Magicka is full. Restore Magicka
    Press Black, White, White, Black and then press and hold A until your Fatigue is full. Restore Fatigue
    Press Black, White, Black, Black, Black, hold A and press B Unlimited Health
    Press Black, Black, White, White, Black, White, hold A and press B Unlimited Magic
    Press Black, Black, White, White, Black, hold A and press B Unlimited Fatigue

    Contributed by: Tallguy11223 

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Game of the Year Edition Cheats For PC

  1. Console Cheats

    Press "~" while playing the game to bring up the console. Type "Player->", then insert the code.

    Code Effect
    TKS Enables a kill count.
    FillJournal Fills your journal with every single entry
    FillMap Displays the full map
    help brings up the help menu in the console
    tgm God Mode (Invincibility)
    coc "name of city" Travel to any city
    player -> addspell "spellname" Adds the spell to your spells
    setpccrimelevel 0 Takes the bounty off of your head
    enablelevelupmenu Raises your level
    player -> additem "daedric weapon" (Change weapon with the weapon name) Adds the daedric weapon in your inventory
    player -> additem skeleton_key "1" Adds a skeleton key to your inventory (Opens and doors, chests, etc.)
    player -> set(skill name) (number) (ex. player -> setstrength 1000) Raises the name of the skill to the number you put in
    coc "character stuff wonderland" (Guarded by monsters) Takes you to a room with almost every item in it
    pcraiserank "name of guild" (Must have the " " ) Raises your rank in the specified guild
    setHealth"0" (click on NPC) kills NPC
    setDisposition"100" (must click on NPC) raises disposition
    player->additem gold_100 “1000” Adds 1000 gold
    enableracemenu Changes your character
    setFatigue"0" (click on NPC) knocks out NPC
    unlock Unlocks Locked Objects
    setscale 0 makes objects disappear (works on u 2)
    player->addspell "Common disease Immunity" Gives you the common disease immunity spell
    player->addspell "Blight Disease Immunity" Gives you the Blight disease immunity spell
    player->addspell "Corpus Immunity" Gives you the corpus Immunity Spell
    Resurrect When used on corpse, resurrects it. NPCs that are dead from the beginning of game are not resurrected. Returns all items.
    Player->SetReputation [Value] Adjusts the players reputation to the given number. It seems that the maximum value is 255, but if a higher value is entered it appears to be applied.
    ToggleFullHelp Show you ownership and script of objects you look at. Useful for knowing who to avoid selling stolen items to.
    Help Displays most commands
    coc "name of city, then building" Travel to anywhere
    tfow toggles "fog" on map - fills all local area maps
    tcl toggles collision

    Contributed by: Probester 

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