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  1. victor578
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    i can add perk points to werewolves/vampire lords? if not, you can recommend me a mod that does this
    1. LuciferWhiteheart
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      same
    2. phinix
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      I will investigate whether this is possible. :)
  2. superbrain100
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    Thank you for this mod. Worked perfectly even with optional file.

    Guys read the instructions clearly and dont forget to turn on the mod from mod manager. Use optional file for more easiness.
  3. Mizkitor
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    Nothing happens for me when command is put into console. Mod is enabled.
    1. sekissa
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      install main file and install optional file...

      For optional files , install them in you skyrim folder manually....

      Now in game type bat 10perks or bat 100perks...

      Works like a charm...
    2. Baseballer1
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      It tells me batch file cannot be found?
    3. falloutgamer02
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      Step 1: Install main file via Vortex or other mod manager.
      Step 2: Download optional file to main Skyrim folder (where the main exe is)
      Step 3: Open main Skyrim folder and unzip optional files. The files "10perks" and "100perks" should appear
      Step 4: In game, open console and type "bat 10perks" or "bat 100perks" without the "
      Worked for me.
  4. AerynRavanna
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    Aye this is 3 years later so perhaps it'll never be seen, but no luck. The command isnt even recognised by the engine, so how is it meant to work?
    I have the file archive and plugin files in my data folder, did the bat thing, the bat technically runs but theres no such command line.
    Did skyrim SE change in the past 3 years? Mod folder has MANIFEST files now, its handled in the main menu like fallout4, so is this still a thing?
    Rav
    1. falloutgamer02
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      I'll tell you how I did it. I use Vortex so I think I do differently than you did but it worked for me. Installed the main file via Vortex, downloaded the optional bat files, put the 10perks bat file in my main Skyrim SE folder (aka where you find the main exe), and in game, I used the command;
      bat 10perks
      It worked and 10 points were added that I could spend. Hope I helped.
  5. celiand
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    New versions of Skyrim and SKSE are realeased, could u update the mod or isn't it necessary??
    1. falloutgamer02
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      It's not necessary.
  6. LuisDoherty
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    Hey, guys I just saw this awesome mode and it really worked to me.

    The only thing you have to do is downloading the bat file, add it to where Skyrim is located it has to be the main folder, but then change the name of the file, when you download the RAR file there will be to bat files, in my case I changed the name of 10 perks file to add perks, run Skyrim open the console and type bat addperks just like that and 10 perk points will be added.

    Give it a try guys, it worked for me, regards!!!!
  7. seikai15
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    I want to release the perks,so can I put the words that " setstage addperkpoint -1"?
  8. BlitzTheDj
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    Used the commands here exactly as shown nothing happens.
    1. uclriddicual
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      same
  9. Aspendell
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    I used this mod to add back some of th perk points that Ordinator missed when I trained past the level 50 and 75 (additional perk points) skills too quickly and the scripts couldn't add the perk before i trained to next level.
    So I added the 6 additional perk points it had missed, and all worked fine. However, now whenever I train up my 5 skill points after each new level, it does not add any progress to my level whatsoever :(
  10. feelsdotjpeg
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    Oldrim version please?
    1. NameNumber12859104
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      https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/2063

      Best I could find.
      Lets you trade dragon souls for perk points, use
      player.forceav dragonsouls #
      (# == number of desired dragon souls)
      The mod uses a dummy elder scroll as a medium to access the trading menu, but I think in their Posts section is a link to make the elderscroll weightless.
      There's also the option so that every level up grants you 2 perks instead of 1, which in turn gives you perk points equal to your level minus 1 immediately (since you start at level 1 and not 0)