The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind

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The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind
Morrowind cover.jpg
Developer(s) Bethesda Game Studios
Publisher(s) Bethesda Softworks/ZeniMax, Ubisoft
License Proprietary
Series The Elder Scrolls
Engine Gamebryo[1]
Version v1.2.0722[2]
Platform(s) Windows, Xbox
Release date Windows
NA 2002-05-01
EU 2002-05-02

NA 2002-06-06
EU 2002-11-22

Genre(s) RPG
Mode(s) Single player
Rating(s) ESRB: Teen (T)
PEGI: 12+
Media 2 CDs (Windows), 1 DVD (Xbox)
System requirements 500MHz CPU, 128MiB RAM, 32MiB VRAM, 1GiB hard drive space more...
Input methods Keyboard and mouse


System requirements

The system requirements for Morrowind are[3]:

Minimum system requirements

  • Windows ME/98 128 MiB RAM (+ a swap file)
  • Windows XP/2000 256 MiB RAM (+ a swap file)
  • 500 MHz Intel Pentium III, Celeron, or AMD Athlon processor
  • 8x CD/DVD-ROM Drive
  • 1 GiB free hard disk space
  • DirectX 8.1 (included)
  • 32MiB Direct3D compatible video card with 32-bit color support and DirectX 8.1 compatible driver
  • DirectX 8.1 compatible sound card
  • Keyboard, Mouse

Recommended system requirements

  • 800 MHz or faster Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon processor
  • 256 MiB RAM
  • NVIDIA GeForce2 GTS, or ATI Radeon 7500 or faster video card.


Press [~] to open the console, where you can type the cheats. When typing cheats, the keyboard may be considered as a QWERTY keyboard, so you may want to have a look at the QWERTY layout to find the keys.

All cheats affecting the player need to start with "player->". For instance, you can set your strength to 100 by typing "player->setstrength 100". The cheats are case-insensitive. NB: when typing cheats, hitting the key bound to the "menu mode" will most often block you from typing the command. The best way to bypass this is to temporarily bind the menu mode to some unusual key or mouse button.

Here is a non-exhaustive list of commands:

  • tgm: toggles god mode, which will also prevent your weapons from breaking (quite useful if you raise your strength to unreasonable levels).
  • set[skill] [level]: set [skill] (remove any space or dash in the skill name) to level [level]. For instance "player->setstrength 100". It works with attributes too. Here is the list of skills and attributes:
    • attributes: strength, intelligence, willpower, agility, speed, endurance, personality, luck
    • skills: speechcraft, mercantile, marksman, restoration, mediumarmor, illusion, handtohand, shortblade, block, alchemy, armorer, heavyarmor, bluntweapon, longblade, axe, spear, athletics, enchant, destruction, alteration, conjuration, mysticism, unarmored, security, sneak, acrobatics, lightarmor
  • additem [x] [n]: adds [n] number of the item whose ID is [id]. For instance, "player->additem gold_001 500" will give you 500 gold. You can get items ID by loading data files in the TES Construction Set. When an ID has spaces inside, you must enclose it in double quotation marks (eg "player->additem "daedric arrow" 1"). Here is a little list of good items:
    • Gold: gold_001
    • Daedric armor and weapons (non-exhaustive): daedric_boots, daedric_cuirass, daedric_greaves, daedric_pauldron_left, daedric_pauldron_right, daedric_shield, daedric arrow, daedric longsword, daedric long bow
    • Eleidon's Ward (a better shield than daedric): towershield_eleidon_unique
    • Eltonbrand (a good sword): katana_bluebrand_unique
    • Grandmaster's Probe: probe_grandmaster
    • The Skeleton Key (the best lockpick): skeleton_key
    • GrandMaster's Armorer's Hammer: repair_grandmaster_01
  • setlevel [x]: set your level to x
  • addspell [spell id]: add a spell. You can get spells ID by loading data files in the TES Construction Set. When an ID has spaces inside, you must enclose it in double quotation marks (eg "player->addspell "ondusi's open door""). Useful spells: levitate, mark, recall, ondusi's open door.

With the console, you can also modify the environment. The easiest way to do this is to open the console, click on the object or NPC you want to modify, and enter your command. For instance, to unlock a door, open the console, click the door and type unlock. To lock any door, do the same but type lock [the lock lvl you want], eg "lock 50".


Morrowind - loading.jpg Morrowind - getting out of the boat.jpg Morrowind - journal.jpg Morrowind -third person view in a shop.jpg Morrowind - fight.jpg Morrowind - Abu's retreat.jpg Morrowind - inside Abu's retreat 2.jpg Morrowind - inside Abu's retreat.jpg Morrowind - talk.jpg Morrowind - inventory of a cheater.jpg




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