Elder Scrolls Adding Fortify enchantment to a weapon

This glitch requires you have 100 enchantment and the perk that allows you to add two

enchantments to a weapon. First, go to the enchantment table, and select the soul gem

you wish to use. Then, choose a weapon enchantment such as Frost damage, Stamina

damage, Soul Trap, etc. Select a fortify enchantment, de-select the fortify

enchantment, then select it again. You should now be able to select a weapon to

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Infinite arrows
Pickpocket someone who shoots target dummies with arrows, and take the arrows they

were using (usually iron or steel). Then, give them one of the arrow type you want

more of. They will now shoot that type of arrow instead of the one they were shooting

before. Simply collect the arrows as they hit the target dummy to get as many arrows

as desired.

After killing the first dragon and being appointed Thane of Whiterun, talk to the new

house earl, and trade items with them. Give them one arrow from your best set of

arrows, then remove their sword, and assign them a bow. Every time you go into

battle, they will fire multiple arrows from the one you traded. Then, collect all of

the arrows after the battle is over.

Infinite weight limit
Containers are persistent and items do not disappear. Thus, any barrel, box, or chest

can be used to store your items. It works best to use containers near a quick travel

loading location. However, since the game is buggy, your items probably will not

disappear when placed in a random barrel or chest, but there is no way to guarantee

they will not disappear unless you purchase a house and store your items in it.

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