What does the quest to get the Lords Mail involve? I know its a pilgramige to Mt Assarnibibi (I think its that one anyway) but was wondering, more specifically, what you have to do. I think another name for it is the four corners pilgramage...
This is something that I used to great effect on my last game. He was a powerful wizard with tons of effects at his command. The only thing was, I hated that all those spells clogged up my spell page. It made it hard to find the spell I wanted, and almost impossible to cyle to it in time in game. So here's the solution.
You don't need all the individual spells, just the effects, right? What you do is go to a spellmaker and make one spell named "Spellbook I"
In "Spellbook I," you would put all the effects that you don't ordinarily use. You can put each individual effect in the "Spellbook" spell with no variables up to 8 effects.
My "Spellbook I" looked like this when I was done...
"Spellbook I" -Weakness to magicka on touch -weakness to fire on touch -weakness to frost ".." -weakness to lightning ".." -weakness to poison ".." -jump on touch -Water Walk on touch -Water Breathing on touch
"Spellbook II" looked like this... -detect enchantement -detect creature -detect humanoid -command humanoid -command creature -Restore health -Restore Fatigue
"Spellbook III" -Fortify attribute -Fortify skill -fortify health ......etc.
You get the picture. Make one spell, put as many effects in it as you can with NO varables.
Now, you can delete all the spells that you don't ever use, but still want the effects when you need them for spellmaking and enchanting. I think i went around, bought almost all the spells, and the effects that I didnt' use all the time, filled up 6 spellbooks. Think about it, that's over 45 spells that would be clogging your inventory, now neatly organized and at your disposal.
You might also add an extra note to the bottom of that mentioning that naming the spellbooks "zSpellbook" will cause them to drop to the bottom of your spell list so you won't have to scroll through them.