The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Console Commands

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This post will provide all the console commands for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Bethesda Game Studios developed and published The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, a fantasy action role-playing video game. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the fourth installment in the Elder Scrolls series, following 2002’s The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, and was released for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360 in 2006 and for PlayStation 3 in 2007.

The game’s main story takes place in the fictional province of Cyrodiil, where the player character tries to thwart the Mythic Dawn’s plans to open portals to a demonic realm called Oblivion.

The Elder Scrolls IV Console Commands Guidelines

As with The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, console commands are only available in the PC version of the game.

Console Commands

  • Codes are not case sensitive; “a” is the same as “A.”
  • Codes are shown as: Code <Variable> <#>
    • The < and > are not entered with the code,
    • # is replaced by the desired quantity.
  • The code to add an item is listed as: AddItem <ItemID> <#>
    • If you wanted to add 500 gold, it would be entered as: additem F 500

Command Prefixes

Prefix?refers to a cheat code requiring a prefix to work as intended.

  • setlevel <#>?will have no effect as there is no defined target.
  • player.setlevel <#>?will set your level to value of #, e.g., player.setlevel 60 will set your character’s level to 60.

Targeting Objects & NPCs

To target an object, open the console and click the object. Its name will appear at the top center of the screen. An item targeted in the console is also called a reference.

Command Shortcodes

Shortcode refers to a code having a short form that can be used interchangeably with its original long-form version.

  • For instance, ToggleFogOfWar?is the long code form for toggling the fog of war from the map.
  • TFOW?is the short form of the same command and has the same effect.

TES: Oblivion Console Commands List

As most cheat and console commands guides on the web, we have separated the complete list of Oblivion console commands into four categories:

  • Basic Toggle console commands
  • Targeted console commands
  • Quest console commands
  • Player console commands
  • Miscellaneous console commands

Basic Toggle Oblivion Console Commands

The commands below primarily affect the game and the gameplay itself, by altering the environment (toggling different environmental elements on/off, enabling god/invincibility mode), and more:

Targeted Commands

Targeted commands allow you to change the behavior of NPCs, or affect the player, their attributes, and their inventory.

Most “Target commands” can be used on the player by targeting or using the prefix Player. in the console window. Using Player.Kill or Player.Disable will crash the game when used on the player, while others may produce unexpected results.

Quest Commands

You can use Oblivion quest commands to toy around with complete quests, reveal quest targets and see different tabs of the quest log.

Character Commands

Most “Character commands” can be used on any NPC by targeting them in the console window, and typing the code without the Player. prefix. Using the Player. prefix will allow you to modify your character’s skills, race, gender, birth sign, level, fame & infamy, etc.

Miscellaneous Console Commands

This concludes our list of Oblivion console commands. Make sure to check the rest of our cheats guides and game guides!

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