Glass Display Cases in Owned Homes

#1knowltzPosted 11/23/2011 9:28:12 AM
Does anyone know if any of the more expensive homes in Skyrim have some glass cases, I have two homes so far, and no glass cases. I would hope so, considering the amount of unique loot I would like to put on display. If anyone has info on this please share it, I would love to know. Thanks
#2A_v_APosted 11/23/2011 9:29:17 AM
I have the Markarth (?) home and it has a few dagger display cases, and a mannequin. What houses do you have?
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#3knowltz(Topic Creator)Posted 11/23/2011 9:32:00 AM
I have the 5000 septim home in Whiterun, and about to get the 8000 septim house in Riften. But I was hoping I will still have the opportunity to display stuff in the more expensive homes in Skyrim that I have yet to purchase.
#4synthetiksinPosted 11/23/2011 9:32:25 AM
Yeah, I think only the markath house has the display cases. The place is fairly swag for a man cave. Also has the best bookshelf area. If you have space though, I think you can spawn one on a table or something with the console.
#5cpg2Posted 11/23/2011 9:42:33 AM
Almost certain the Windhelm house has several display cases, weapons racks, and mannequins (guess it's the "armory" upgrade?)
#6InsaneLampshadePosted 11/23/2011 9:54:11 AM
The Windhelm one has several glass display cases... but the dagger ones ate my daggers. =/
#7IceMage20Posted 11/23/2011 9:56:04 AM
*some spoilers*

I use the Arch-Mage's Quarters as a house, and it has two display cases (along with alchemy and enchanting labs right across the room from each other). It's probably my favorite "house," but of course you have to finish the College quests in order to get it.
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#8Mephisto852Posted 11/23/2011 10:41:40 AM
I've heard there are bugs with display cases and bookshelves so I haven't used any of them.
#9LabyrinthMindPosted 11/23/2011 10:50:04 AM
Whiterun's home has a few weapon plaques, but that's it. (Not that they're bad, since they hold everything in place)