Oblivion Console Commands Carry Weight

I can easily battle 2-3 enemies and ive only got 18 ac thanks to the brotherhood gear. I use tons and tons of magic gear, basically, but keep my carry weight light so i can make tons of money and im just breezing through the game at default difficulty. Help- List console commands. Setweight XXX- Set the item's weight to XXX. After clearing out one of the many dungeons in Oblivion, you may wish to carry out more valuable loot, items. Help- List console commands. Setweight XXX- Set the item's weight to XXX. After clearing out one of the many dungeons in Oblivion, you may wish to carry out more valuable loot, items. Page 1 of 2 - Console command for faster movement - posted in Oblivion Discussion: Hi! I searched (nearly) everywhere but could not find a solution to my question. Sims 4 mac direct download. I want my character to run faster. In Fallout3 and FO:NV the following command worked in the console: player.setav SpeedMult ## But it seems that the gamebyro engine was expanded after Oblivion, because this command does not work.

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Post subject: encumbrance - can the console increase it?
Layman

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Hello! First off, sorry if this is a duplicate thread. Now to the point. I know that god mode makes you able to carry as much as you want, but I'd rather be able to carry around a lot, and be able to die and such. I've tried typing in the console player.setav encumbrance <large number> but that doesnt seem to change anything. Does player.setav encumbrance really not work? Can anyone else get it to work?


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Post subject: Re: encumbrance - can the console increase it?
Warder

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Encumbrance isn't an attribute in and of itself, so that's why it doesn't work. It's a number that is derived from your strength. (STR*5, IIRC) So, try increasing your strength via the console.

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Post subject: Re: encumbrance - can the console increase it?
Layman

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oh I see. In the console commands list on this website it says that it is, along with health, magicka, and fatigue. Thats what got me confused. But it also seems strange that it doesn't give any messages to show that it doesn't work.


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Post subject: Re: encumbrance - can the console increase it?
Grand Master

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Short answer is Yes you can AND No you can't.. Perfectly logical! In the console, the game is paused (not rendering) so you CAN increase Encumbrance and even confirm the new value is set OK. The instant you close the console, though, the game is UNpaused (rendering resumes) and Encumbrance is almost instantly reset! This is because the game is recalculating Encumbrance = 5*Strength every frame to catch Fortify/Drain/Damage Strength effects as they happen.
Either use Fortify Strength to increase Encumbrance, or Overencumber yourself then use Feather to reduce the weight you're carrying. Be careful of Feather, though. The effect appears to show as an Encumbrance increase, but it's not. It's a weight reduction. The game doesn't subtract the weight reduction from the weight you're carrying, but adds it to your Encumbrance instead, which is confusing to say the least.
Example 1: You're carrying 200/300 and cast Feather 100. You see 200/400 but it's actually 100/300 (200 weight reduced by 100).
Example 2: You're carrying 60/300 and cast Feather 100. You see 60/360 instead of the expected 60/400 and Active Effects says Feather 60! Confused? It's actually 0/300 because the game could only reduce 60 weight BY 60 maximum, so the amount it's Feathered you by isn't 100, but 60! Don't worry, it took me a while to figure it out, too..
The trick is to Overencumber yourself BEFORE using Feather to reduce the weight. That way, you get the FULL benefit of the Feather effect!

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