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Hello,

So as I said in my intro many moons ago my knowledge of Elder Scrolls is limited, however I dusted off a copy of Skyrim that was lying on the shelf and never used, to give me a basic knowledge of what it was all about.

Someone did suggest playing Oblivion, but it didn't seem to like Windows 7 or even trying to set the mode to an earlier version of Windows.

Books Books and more Books

I have quite the collection and it grows more every time I play the game, but I really have to do something, like donate them to the local library lol.

Once I have read them can I sell them?

And the spell tomes, concentrating on smithing, but should I also try alchemy?

Any advice would be appreciated.

The time draws near sisters and brothers :)
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Hi Stian!

In Skyrim Yes, you can sell them once you have read them, except for the spell tomes which disappear after learning the spell. Unless you have already learned the spell it will just say you already know it and it will remain in your inventory.

As for alchemy, why not try it!? Even if it isn't your thing right now who knows, after you master your smiting you could move on to it next. So It wouldn't hurt to mess with it now and then to get a feel for it.



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(March 31st 2013, 08:04 AM)Najla Wrote: Hi Stian!

In Skyrim Yes, you can sell them once you have read them, except for the spell tomes which disappear after learning the spell. Unless you have already learned the spell it will just say you already know it and it will remain in your inventory.

As for alchemy, why not try it!? Even if it isn't your thing right now who knows, after you master your smiting you could move on to it next. So It wouldn't hurt to mess with it now and then to get a feel for it.

Awesome Najla, thanks for taking the time to help :)
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(March 31st 2013, 07:33 AM)Stian Wrote: Hello,

So as I said in my intro many moons ago my knowledge of Elder Scrolls is limited, however I dusted off a copy of Skyrim that was lying on the shelf and never used, to give me a basic knowledge of what it was all about.

Someone did suggest playing Oblivion, but it didn't seem to like Windows 7 or even trying to set the mode to an earlier version of Windows.

Books Books and more Books

I have quite the collection and it grows more every time I play the game, but I really have to do something, like donate them to the local library lol.

Once I have read them can I sell them?

And the spell tomes, concentrating on smithing, but should I also try alchemy?

Any advice would be appreciated.

The time draws near sisters and brothers :)

You can also store books in a residence once you'e purchased a home. I collect books by the dozens and put them in the various bookcases I have in my residences. One of these days I may even get around to reading some of them.
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(April 1st 2013, 05:21 PM)Malvren Wrote:
(March 31st 2013, 07:33 AM)Stian Wrote: Hello,

So as I said in my intro many moons ago my knowledge of Elder Scrolls is limited, however I dusted off a copy of Skyrim that was lying on the shelf and never used, to give me a basic knowledge of what it was all about.

Someone did suggest playing Oblivion, but it didn't seem to like Windows 7 or even trying to set the mode to an earlier version of Windows.

Books Books and more Books

I have quite the collection and it grows more every time I play the game, but I really have to do something, like donate them to the local library lol.

Once I have read them can I sell them?

And the spell tomes, concentrating on smithing, but should I also try alchemy?

Any advice would be appreciated.

The time draws near sisters and brothers :)

You can also store books in a residence once you'e purchased a home. I collect books by the dozens and put them in the various bookcases I have in my residences. One of these days I may even get around to reading some of them.

ahhh there's an idea.

I remember a message flashing up about residences for sale but my gold tally didn't quite hit the mark lol.

Thanks for the info all the same :)
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