Storing stuff in chests......

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3 years ago#1
Having finished a quest for the thieves guild I was just given the option of trading my guild apparel for a new one, so I returned to Markarth where I store all my stuff in a chest at The Hag's Cure. All my stuff was still in there, except for the guild apparel and some looted clothes. I married the assistant Muiri, so I kind of own the store but apparently it isn't safe for storing clothes and I can now kiss my new atire goodbye. This happen to anybody Else?
3 years ago#2
No but you can always get the guild Masters uniform or the new 1 from dragonborn.
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3 years ago#3
The loading screens clearly say all storage besides those in your own home can de-spawn... why not jut store it in Breezehome or wherever you live?
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3 years ago#4
Rikashi posted...
The loading screens clearly say all storage besides those in your own home can de-spawn... why not jut store it in Breezehome or wherever you live?


Hindsight doesn't really help him, now does it rikashi? Poor guy lawst his awmorrr.
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3 years ago#5
Rikashi posted...
The loading screens clearly say all storage besides those in your own home can de-spawn... why not jut store it in Breezehome or wherever you live?


Not ALL storage besides those in your house de-spawn. For example, the dresser next to the bed in the alchemist's shack(which is in the overworld) doesn't de-spawn items, so it is perfectly safe to store things.

Anyways, what was the armor you had op? Would you mind posting a link or something? If you know how, or if you can convert your 360 save to a PC save I wouldn't mind adding the stuff into your inventory/chest. Like I said before though, just let me know what items they are, and where you want them to be put. If you want them in a chest, saving right next to it would be preferred.
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3 years ago#6
Well, If your tip Works JohnRyan1228, then I could eventually trade it in and get it after aaallllllllll, right? : ) I hate having misc objectives that you cannot complete because of things like this.

I considered the store to be my home since I moved in after marrying its co owner, but I guess I'll buy a house pretty soon...
3 years ago#7
Thanks for the info TweezerMaster but I actually don't really need it back, as long as I can complete that misc objective later. If That's possible then I don't mind.
3 years ago#8
Alright, hit my inbox up if you do need the armor. Also, only the dresser is safe in the alchemist's shack. Do not store anything in any of barrels or sacks.
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3 years ago#9
I'll keep it in mind, thanks. Where is the alchemist's shack exactly? I don't think I found it yet.
3 years ago#10
SeeD1985 posted...
I'll keep it in mind, thanks. Where is the alchemist's shack exactly? I don't think I found it yet.


Iirc it is on the road between ivarstead and helgen
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