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Skyrim: The Best Way to Remove Unwanted Spells from Your Inventory



How to Remove All Spells from Your Character in Skyrim with Console Commands




If you are playing Skyrim on PC, you may have accumulated a lot of spells that you don't need or want. Maybe you learned them by mistake, or maybe you just want to declutter your spell book. Whatever the reason, there is a way to remove all spells from your character using console commands.




Skyrim Remove All Spells Console



Console commands are a debugging tool that can be used to modify various aspects of the game. They are only available on PC versions of Skyrim, and they can cause bugs or glitches if used incorrectly. Therefore, it is advisable to make a backup save before using any console commands, and to use them at your own risk.


How to Open the Console




To open the console, press the tilde key () on your keyboard. This is usually located below the Escape key and left of the 1 key. The console will appear as a transparent window with a text input line at the bottom. You can type commands into this line and press Enter to execute them. You can also use the Page Up and Page Down keys to scroll through the output of previous commands, and the Up Arrow and Down Arrow keys to navigate through your command history.


How to Remove All Spells from Your Character




To remove all spells from your character, you will need to use two different commands: player.dispelallspells and player.removespell. The first command will clear all spell and poison effects from your character, while the second command will remove a specific spell from your spell book.


To use these commands, follow these steps:


  • Open the console by pressing the tilde key ().



  • Type player.dispelallspells and press Enter. This will remove all active effects from your character, such as buffs, debuffs, diseases, etc.



  • Type help <name of spell> and press Enter. This will display a list of IDs for every spell that has that name. For example, if you want to remove the spell Fireball, type help fireball.



  • Find the ID of the spell you want to remove from the list. It will be a hexadecimal number starting with 00 or 01. For example, the ID of Fireball is 0012E24E.



  • Type player.removespell <ID> and press Enter. This will remove the spell from your spell book. For example, if you want to remove Fireball, type player.removespell 0012E24E.



  • Repeat steps 3 to 5 for every spell you want to remove from your character.



  • Close the console by pressing the tilde key () again.



Congratulations! You have successfully removed all spells from your character in Skyrim with console commands.


Tips and Tricks




  • You can use these commands to remove spells added by mods, powers, and shouts as well.



  • You can use the asterisk (*) as a wildcard when searching for spells with the help command. For example, if you want to remove all spells that start with "fire", type help fire*.



  • You can use the TAB key to autocomplete commands and IDs when typing them in the console.



  • You can use quotation marks (") to enclose names that have spaces in them when using the help command. For example, if you want to remove the spell Healing Hands, type help "healing hands".



  • You can use these commands to remove spells from other characters as well. To do this, you will need to select them as your target by clicking on them while the console is open, or by using the PRID command and their Reference ID. Then, use the same commands as above without the player prefix.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to remove all spells from your character in Skyrim with console commands. This is a useful way to clean up your spell book and get rid of unwanted spells that may clutter your inventory or interfere with your gameplay. However, remember that console commands are a debugging tool that can cause bugs or glitches if used incorrectly, so always make a backup save before using them and use them at your own risk.


We hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below. Happy gaming!


Why You May Want to Remove All Spells from Your Character




Skyrim is a game that offers a lot of freedom and customization for your character. You can learn hundreds of different spells from various schools of magic, such as Destruction, Restoration, Illusion, Conjuration, and Alteration. You can also acquire unique powers and shouts from quests, factions, races, and other sources.


However, having too many spells can also have some drawbacks. For one thing, it can make your spell book very cluttered and hard to navigate. You may have trouble finding the spells you want to use in combat or exploration, or you may accidentally cast the wrong spell and waste your magicka or cause unwanted effects. For another thing, some spells may be incompatible with your character build or playstyle. You may have learned some spells that you never use, or that are too weak or too strong for your level. You may also have some spells that conflict with your role-playing choices or moral alignment.


Therefore, you may want to remove all spells from your character and start fresh with a new set of spells that suit your preferences and goals. This can make your gameplay more enjoyable and immersive, as well as more challenging and rewarding.


How to Restore Your Spells After Removing Them




If you decide to remove all spells from your character using console commands, you should be aware that this is a permanent and irreversible action. You will not be able to get back the spells you removed unless you reload a previous save or use another console command to add them again.


However, there are some ways to restore your spells after removing them if you change your mind or want to try different spells. Here are some of them:


  • You can buy new spells from various vendors around Skyrim, such as court wizards, mages at the College of Winterhold, or members of the Dawnguard or the Volkihar Clan. You can also find spell tomes as loot in dungeons, chests, or corpses.



  • You can use the console command player.addspell <ID> to add any spell to your spell book. You can find the ID of any spell by using the help command as explained above.



  • You can use the console command player.teachword <ID> to learn any shout. You can find the ID of any shout by using the help command as well.



  • You can use the console command player.addperk <ID> to gain any perk that grants you a new spell or power. You can find the ID of any perk by using the help command as well.



  • You can use mods that add new spells or powers to the game, or that allow you to customize your spell book.



These are some of the ways you can restore your spells after removing them with console commands. However, you should be careful when using these methods, as they may cause bugs or glitches if used incorrectly or excessively. Always make a backup save before using any console commands or mods, and use them at your own risk.


Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to remove all spells from your character in Skyrim with console commands. This is a useful way to clean up your spell book and get rid of unwanted spells that may clutter your inventory or interfere with your gameplay. However, remember that console commands are a debugging tool that can cause bugs or glitches if used incorrectly, so always make a backup save before using them and use them at your own risk.


We have also given you some tips and tricks on how to open the console, how to find the IDs of spells, and how to restore your spells after removing them. We have also suggested some ways to get new spells or powers from vendors, loot, perks, or mods. We hope you found this article helpful and informative. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them below. Happy gaming! 4e3182286b


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