[Guide] Skyrim - How to Play Online Mode

The online modification of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim was released, so you are able to complete quests together, trade your items, or just chat with another player in the game.

This trailer gives you an impression on how the mod looks like, if you're indecisive. Just follow this tutorial with five steps to play Skyrim online, it's easy and quick:

1.  Visit dsogaming.com and click on the download link there to get the mod.

2.  Before you go on with this guide, back up your whole config files of Skyrim because this mod will overwrite them!

3.   Now unzip the downlaoded file into your Skyrim root folder.

4.  Create a shortcut for SkyrimOnline.exe on your desktop. Run it. The game will automatically update itself with the mod so you can play it.

5.  Finish! When the game has started, it asks for a username. Pick any name you want, there is no authentication yet. If you want to switch between the UI mode and the Game mode, simply press F3.

The modder AwpSoLeet has developed this mod for Skyrim, simply called "Skyrim Online".
But don't overhype the mod yet, it's not final so there are several bugs included, for example, animations are missing and friends are shown as naked prisoners in the game.

Nevertheless, the dream of almost every Skyrim has has become true: Play Skyrim online with others. Trade, explore, fight, everything included.

Skyrim - Patch 1.3

The PC version of The Elder Scrolls 5 - Skyrim was patched to 1.3 with several bug fixes and performance improvements. The patch can be downlaoded via Steam.

Today, the newest patch version 1.3 was released via Steam for Skyrim. You can find the changelog below. By the way, the werewolf tutorial can be found here: How to Become A Werewolf in Skyrim.

Another patch was announced for the game coming next week which will include the correct usage of CPU bigger than 2 GB ram. I'll look forward to the patch but first, here are the patch notes of the 1.3 hotfix:

Source: eprison.de

[Guide] Skyrim - How To Visit Morrowind

In The Elder Scrolls 5 - Skyrim are the continents Morrowind and Cyrodiil included, beside the main continent Skyrim. This is a tutorial how to get to these secret places.

Using this guide, you'll be able to visit the lands of The Elder Scrolls 3 and 4, meaning Morrowind and Oblivion, but with Skyrim! Unfortunately, only for PC players. Nobody knows why the continents were added to the game, however, follow the steps below to get there:

1.   Open My Documents and My Games. Thereafter, open the Skyrim folder and look for a file called Skyrim.ini. Open it using the Editor.

2.   Search in this document for [General] and add the following below this:

3.   Afterwards, open the game as usual. You have to travel to the far north-east end of Skyrim. Follow the valley eastbound until you reach this gate:

4.   Because of the addition in the .ini file, you can step through this gate and welcome! You're in the continent Morrowind! When you walk around in the new continents, you should type in the console the cheat "tcl" so you don't fall through the ground. Enjoy the secret places!

Source: pcgames.de

Skyrim - Use LEGO To Level-Up

This new and clever guide is taken from Youtube user comicsacrifice who has built a LEGO construction upon his dualshock Playstation 3 controller while playing The Elder Scrolls 5 - Skyrim. See for yourself:

This constuction allows him to level-up without any need of him playing. The right trigger of his dualshock controller is pressed every few seconds to heal him up because he is trapped in a fire trap. Comicsacrifice gets small damage every second through this trap so the heal will constantly heal him.
Therefore, he can level without any need of playing although this might be the main reason someone is playing the game, including me.
The Elder Scroll 5 - Skyrim was released on November 11, 2011, for Xbox 360, Playstation 3, and PC.

Source: onlinewelten.com

[Guide] Skyrim - How To Get Married

After the guides How to become a Werewolf and the How to level-up skills super fast, now you'll learn how to marry someone in The Elder Scrolls 5 - Skyrim. Yes, marriage.

In general, the player is able to marry everyone in the world of Skyrim. Even same sex marriage is possible so if you play a man and might have met a nice man, you can marry him! Here is the tutorial how to do a heterosexual or homosexual marriage:
After the How to become a Werewolf in Skyrim guide, this guide shows you a bug so you can level-up the skills onehanded, twohanded, archery, destruction, sneak, restoration, and speech very fast.

How to level-up your skills very fast using this guide:
1.   Go to Riverwood and enter Alvor and Sigrid's House.
This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to become a werewolf in The Elder Scrolls 5 - Skyrim so you can savage your enemies.

Just follow these five easy steps to become a werewolf in TES 5 Skyrim.

They can even wear armor and boots and as weapons, your claws are more than enough to kill your enemies and tear them to pieces. You can also use your howl to scare enemies so they'll run away from battle. This is the tutorial:

1.   You have to join 'The Companions' fraction by doing one of the following:
  • Find members of the Companions fighting Giants and help them so they'll guide you to Kodlak Whitemane in Jorrvaskr.
  • OR you can apply at their main guild hall in Whiterun.

2.   After finishing Kodlak's quest, ask other members for things to do. At some quest, you'll notice your mate transform into a werewolf and you'll discover the secret of the fraction: Almost everyone is a werewolf.

3.   Confront Kodlak with it. He'll respond it's bad to be a werewolf, however, Skjor and Aela say it's cool and you're supposed to meet them underneath the Skyforge tonight. (It's called the Silver Hand Quest)

4.   Go there and speak to Skjor. Now drink Aela's werewolf blood in front of you. Congratulations, you're a werewolf!

5.   Thereafter, you're invited to attack a Silver Hand camp nearby. It's done! Enjoy your bloody meal!

Source: Joining the Companions

Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Collector's

The content of the Collector's Edition of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim were revealed by Bethesda.

A limited edition of TES 5 will be available for 150 Euro on November 11, 2011, for PC, Xbox 360 and Playstation 3. A special DVD including "The Making of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim", as well as a 200 page artwork book.
The main feature of the Collector's Edition is the statue of Alduin, 30.5cm tall.

Source: buffed.de