The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has some interesting ways to level up your character quickly in the game. I guess the developers did not think people would search endlessly on quick ways to get more powerfull, however even those who are not searching come across the methods very easily just by playing normally. This is how I came across the Muffle Spell leveling glitch. Well, I can't really say it is a glitch, as you are casting the spell, therefore getting experience doing the magic. But the shear speed at which you can level up by just casting the spell Muffle over and over again is crazy and very easy to do.
The Muffle Level-Up Glitch is very easy to do.
1. Go to Whiterun's castle
2. Buy the spell Muffle from the Mage in the castle
3. Learn the spell by clicking on it
4. Cast it on yourself over and over again
5. Level Up again and again
Finally, all teams in the NHL have shown all of their jersey combinations in real NHL hockey action, therefore EA Sports is now allowed to unlock all the 3rd and alternate jerseys for NHL 12.
Here is the code:
Once entered, all jerseys will be unlocked and no problems will be had with the Panthers jerseys ever again.
If your like me and having trouble hauling all your gear around Skyrim, you might need to look at getting a house for both storage and for resting without paying at an inn. The cheapest house in Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is Breezehome, a house you can buy in Whiterun after becoming Thane of Whiterun. Becoming Thane is easy enough, do some simple quests for the Earl of Whiterun and his steward will offer a deed to the house for 5000 gold. The house takes about a total of 6800 gold to be fully furnished, but the money is well worth the extra storage space and an alchemy table of your very own to experiment with various potions in your own house.
With the release of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, many are flocking to their local stores or Amazon to buy the retail copy of the game. Most know that they can activate the retail game with Steam, but after typing in their game key, the game downloads rather than install from their disc. So I thought I would help out those on Windows looking to install from their disc instead of downloading on Steam while still using the Steam library.
So I sit here and think to myself? Crap, should I go out and really spend 65 "Canadian" dollars, yes I know Canadian dollars. Anyhow, Picked the game up last night for an early release which I never do. Get home plug it in and right away I'm liking the neon green and black illuminated start up. A BIG factor I like in MW3 it does not take forever to load.