Is the update out yet on console?

#21jammymacsterPosted 4/2/2013 4:53:48 AM(edited)
Bethesda tweeted "1.9 title update will be submitted for certification on consoles next week. Release TBA" back on 22 March. So the patch should have been sent for certification last week and generally certification takes around two weeks but can easily be a week or two longer.
https://twitter.com/ElderScrolls/status/315161984108744705
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#22jammymacsterPosted 4/2/2013 4:53:24 AM
Mortsllem posted...
For the prestige part, does it show which skills you have reset? I have a high skill in heavy armor that I don't want and would be glad to get it to a hundred to reset it to 15, but not if it's glowing gold as a special skill for doing so and as an addition would it stop guards from commenting on my skill?


You get the little Skyrim logo below the skill you've reset. I can't say for sure about the guards commenting on your skill but based on the way it works I highly suspect they won't comment on it any more until you level it to the required skill level again.
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#23shorthandlePosted 4/2/2013 5:30:11 AM
All I heard was Ohgma was fixed. And Riverwood trader.

The Infinium exploit is no more. The Riften speech exploit is dead. The Riverwood trader is nerfed, but you still can't invest in the Markarth smith, and the Fletcher still doesn't retain as much invested money as the other merchants. At least that's how it is with the beta patch. Maybe they'll fix some more of it in the real release.
#24CRtwentyPosted 4/2/2013 5:38:43 AM
Mortsllem posted...
For the prestige part, does it show which skills you have reset? I have a high skill in heavy armor that I don't want and would be glad to get it to a hundred to reset it to 15, but not if it's glowing gold as a special skill for doing so and as an addition would it stop guards from commenting on my skill? I'm roleplaying.


you get some sort of marker in the perk menu that shows how many times you've prestiged each skill. and yes it does stop the guard dialogue (until you raise it up again of course)
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#25JackNurSnakPackPosted 4/2/2013 8:15:05 AM
jammymacster posted...
Mortsllem posted...
For the prestige part, does it show which skills you have reset? I have a high skill in heavy armor that I don't want and would be glad to get it to a hundred to reset it to 15, but not if it's glowing gold as a special skill for doing so and as an addition would it stop guards from commenting on my skill?


You get the little Skyrim logo below the skill you've reset. I can't say for sure about the guards commenting on your skill but based on the way it works I highly suspect they won't comment on it any more until you level it to the required skill level again.


Not tying to be a dick Jammy, but technically it's the symbol of the Empire. I honestly have no Idea why they used that as their logo for this game. Before anybody says "well, they did it for Oblivion, They used the symbol that literally means Oblivion. I guess because of the dragons??
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#26jammymacsterPosted 4/2/2013 8:21:03 AM
It's still technically the logo used for Skyrim as a game. Regardless of what it means in-game.
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#27Billy-De-KidPosted 4/2/2013 8:21:31 AM
JackNurSnakPack posted...
jammymacster posted...
Mortsllem posted...
For the prestige part, does it show which skills you have reset? I have a high skill in heavy armor that I don't want and would be glad to get it to a hundred to reset it to 15, but not if it's glowing gold as a special skill for doing so and as an addition would it stop guards from commenting on my skill?


You get the little Skyrim logo below the skill you've reset. I can't say for sure about the guards commenting on your skill but based on the way it works I highly suspect they won't comment on it any more until you level it to the required skill level again.


Not tying to be a dick Jammy, but technically it's the symbol of the Empire. I honestly have no Idea why they used that as their logo for this game. Before anybody says "well, they did it for Oblivion, They used the symbol that literally means Oblivion. I guess because of the dragons??



They probably used the Empire's logo because there is a war going on between the Empire and Skyrim. And isn't the Empire's "logo" the sign for Talos?
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#28jammymacsterPosted 4/2/2013 8:44:49 AM(edited)
As far as I know, while being the symbol for the Empire it also represents Akatosh which is likely the reason it was used as a logo for Skyrim.
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#29Ryan-06(Topic Creator)Posted 4/2/2013 8:37:25 AM
Bethesda sucks.

Anyway, I tested it and confirmed my old post. You can move the old patch to a USB and use that anytime if you like.
I enjoy my Ohgma!
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#30EroticTerror87Posted 4/2/2013 1:33:51 PM
Ryan-06 posted...
Bethesda sucks.

Anyway, I tested it and confirmed my old post. You can move the old patch to a USB and use that anytime if you like.
I enjoy my Ohgma!





Thanks sexy this will be useful.