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#1 -Cruor-

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Posted 12 December 2009 - 03:47 PM

Hallo, i just started learning to use the CS for oblivion, and i think im getting the geist of it, but i cant for the life of me understand how i can place a cellar under the ground without the ground pouring in and filling the interior. Do i have to dig a hole using ladscaping and then just put it down there? If so how do i get the earth to close up over it afterwards? All i want is to be able to build rooms beneeth the earth which i can link to from other buildings.

Hope someone can answer my question. :)

#2 -Guest-

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Posted 17 December 2009 - 01:44 PM

Seeing nobody could answer i have just skipped it and proceeded with creating simple interior spaces in a different cell for my basements, maybe i could get an answer to a different question instead? :D

I have a mod resource consisting of several wall plates, i would like to make those wallplates into a tower/building, but its gonne be alot of wallplates even with enlarging, so is there a command to make several objects into one? Like pulling your mouse over all the objects and then "make all these into this form permanently" kinda. If so id like to know how to do it. :D

ALso how do i change the range that objects can be viewed on, i tried finding a tutorial but what i read didnt make much sense to me. These plates dissapear after a very short distance, id like to make them stay there for a very long one, any tips?

#3 Darziak



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Posted 18 December 2009 - 08:01 AM

It would be better for you to ask on the bethesda forums. :)

#4 thedrowavenger

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 10:56 AM

Hey I've got a question if anyone can answer it?
what would happen if I became a master at all of the seven magical classes there all my mahor skills? would I max out my magika points or what?

#5 Archmage Silver

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Posted 21 October 2011 - 01:11 PM

Please don't necropost, just create a new thread for your own questions.