Where can I train my lockpicking?

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User Info: awsxcf

awsxcf
5 years ago#1
I'm trying to make a thief/assassin character. Is there someone that can train me or a faster way for free?
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User Info: Webstedge

Webstedge
5 years ago#2
here you go man

http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:Trainers
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User Info: vigorm0rtis

vigorm0rtis
5 years ago#3
Join the thieves guild. There's a trainer there and a room full of chests to practice on. Honestly, though, I never needed a perk in lockpicking in a whole run as a thief.
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User Info: ShiroKaito

ShiroKaito
5 years ago#4
If you have picks to break, there are locks of various difficulties in the Thieves Guild training room. Unfortunately, IIRC, there are no lockpicking trainers that are also followers, so the Train > Get Money Back thing wouldn't work. If your pickpocket is high enough, you could find a trainer and steal the money back afterwards.

User Info: awsxcf

awsxcf
5 years ago#5
Thanks guys
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User Info: Zero IX

Zero IX
5 years ago#6
Is there a point to training the Lockpick skill? I have a Lockpick skill in the high twenties/low thirties and can open everything but Master-level locks in a pick or two. It seems like all you need in this game is just a little practice.
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User Info: awsxcf

awsxcf
5 years ago#7
Where do I go to join the thieves guild?
I started "Whatnos"
Gamertag: The SB Assassin

User Info: vigorm0rtis

vigorm0rtis
5 years ago#8
awsxcf posted...
Where do I go to join the thieves guild?

Riften.
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User Info: awsxcf

awsxcf
5 years ago#9
It's not that it's difficult, I just want to be able to pick locks without guards seeing me, and also get a key for evey lock that has one that unlock.
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User Info: charon78au

charon78au
5 years ago#10
Zero IX posted...
Is there a point to training the Lockpick skill? I have a Lockpick skill in the high twenties/low thirties and can open everything but Master-level locks in a pick or two. It seems like all you need in this game is just a little practice.

Your're right. The skill will raise naturally as you play, and the higher level locks will become easier to pick. A whole bunch of lockpicks is really all you need.
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