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Jul 02, 02 at 4:19pmDubhlachan

Maybe it's in the manual *digs*

Thread Recap (last 10 posts from newest to oldest)

Jun 03, 12 at 6:23pm

Damn, for a long time I thought there was no level cap

Jul 06, 02 at 5:19am

yes i though of it myself. tahnk you, thank you

Jul 06, 02 at 4:38am

Hey.... That is a very good idea....
When you go to jail your abilities decrease...

Jul 04, 02 at 8:28pm

You can also level up (I believe) by getting caught doing a crime and going to jail. Your skills decrease, but I don't believe your attributes do. That means you can then re-learn your skills, and use taht to level up.

Jul 03, 02 at 5:31pm

The standard cap is 100 you can over do it without cheating if you have an encantment for the item. Example: +10 personality etc.

Jul 03, 02 at 4:55pm

I really try to get through a game before I use the console was just curious about the levels.

Jul 02, 02 at 9:10pm

Ok, I see now. If you want to, you could always do the

hit the ~ in game
player->setlevel (To whatever)

or make a stat go down like this.

player->set(statname) (How big, low)

Jul 02, 02 at 8:38pm
Novice John

I played the Baldurs Gate games where there is a numerical experience points score, for which they had set a "cap" - ie a maximum achievable level. But Morrowind is very different of course...

You can only go up a level when 10 increases of a major/minor skill are achieved. And skills can be increased to 100 and no more. So there IS a level cap, because when all your major and minor skills are at 100 each there is no opportunity to go any higher.

This means the starting levels of your major/minor skills dictate the levels that can be achieved. And they seem to vary from character to character due to class/race.

Hmmm. Maybe a contrary viewpoint helps. Try starting characters where the racial bonuses do NOT raise the major/minor skills (I have a Breton Agent for instance; how about an Orc Sorceror anyone?) lead eventually to the highest possible levels.

Jul 02, 02 at 7:25pm

Whats a level cap? I am not familiar with this term.

Jul 02, 02 at 4:19pm

Maybe it's in the manual *digs*

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