To begin using console commands, you can open the console with ~ and allow commands by typing "DebugMode 1" (without parentheses). To end this mode, type "DebugMode 0" (without parentheses again).
The runscript console command accepts script parameters. The format is just like a function call. For example:
runscript ga_local_int("FavoriteNum", "=-2", "MightyGnome")
It can also be shortened to "rs" instead of the entire "runscript" command.
To add a feat, type "givefeat #" (without parentheses, and replace # with a number from 0-2255).
To remove a feat, type "removefeat #" (without parentheses, and replace # with a number from 0-2255).
Combat Debugging Edit
Enable in-game reporting of combat mechanics with the following commands:
- debugmode 1
- enablecombatdebugging 1
- debugmode 0
Altering Alignment Edit
Type "rs ga_alignment(#,#)" (without parentheses, and replace the #s with numbers).
The first number picks either Good/Lawful or Evil/Chaotic, and the amount to change your alignment by, in increments of 1, 3, 10 and 70. Type 1, 2, 3 or 4, to select Good/Lawful in increasing amounts. Type -1, -2, -3 or -4, to select Evil/Chaotic in increasing amounts.
The second number sets it either on the Good-Evil axis, or the Lawful-Chaotic axis. Type 0 to alter your Good/Evil alignment. Type 1 to alter your Lawful/Chaotic alignment.
Give Experience Edit
Type "givexp #" (without parentheses, and replace # with the amount of exp you want the selected character to gain).
Note: You can give a negative amount to level down characters. Just add a - symbol:
This is useful if you messed up a level-up. You can remove # amount of xp then add it back to relevel. However, you can never change your original level 1 character decisions.
Give Item Edit
Use the "giveitem #" command to give the selected character an item.
Altering Companions' Influence Edit
rs ga_influence(x,150) will maximize a companion's influence where x is:
12: Ammon Jerro