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deathvendetta

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Hey, playing Skyrim on PC and was wondering if anyone has found a working console command to remove bounty.

Closest thing I have seen is the:


player.setcrimegold 0 <faction id>

But it never goes to 0 when I use it. I can only raise my bounty further.

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paycrimegold

" This command can be used to pay one's bounty when guard interactions will not allow for it. Simply select the a guard of the faction with bounty and enter paycrimegold with no added ids or "player." in front. This will remove the bounty and make guards stop chasing you, but will also place you in front of the factions prison (as if you payed off a bounty regularly).
Note: If ones bounty is removed as illustrated by the crime tab (under General Stats in escape menu) and guards proceed to attack you, take out your weapon and sheathe it to force guards to stop attacking. "

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paycrimegold

" This command can be used to pay one's bounty when guard interactions will not allow for it. Simply select the a guard of the faction with bounty and enter paycrimegold with no added ids or "player." in front. This will remove the bounty and make guards stop chasing you, but will also place you in front of the factions prison (as if you payed off a bounty regularly).
Note: If ones bounty is removed as illustrated by the crime tab (under General Stats in escape menu) and guards proceed to attack you, take out your weapon and sheathe it to force guards to stop attacking. "

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If you do "paycrimegold 0 0" it won't take your stolen items and you won't be moved to the prison.

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or you can pay the fine, then get the gold back

player.additem 0000000f $$$$$$$$$

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All you need is "f". You don't need "0000000f ". Leading zeros can be dropped for console codes.

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0 of these works. if you use paycrimegold you still have bounty



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0 of these works. if you use paycrimegold you still have bounty

paycrimegold worked for me. Make sure you click on the right guard for the hold in which you have a bounty in.



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Hey i was playing skyrim and i was suppose to rent a room in riverwood to complete a quest but every time i go in there the lady kills me and i dont want to restart. please help


Edited by ShonTaylor87, 03 July 2014 - 01:27 AM.


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paycrimegold

" This command can be used to pay one's bounty when guard interactions will not allow for it. Simply select the a guard of the faction with bounty and enter paycrimegold with no added ids or "player." in front. This will remove the bounty and make guards stop chasing you, but will also place you in front of the factions prison (as if you payed off a bounty regularly).
Note: If ones bounty is removed as illustrated by the crime tab (under General Stats in escape menu) and guards proceed to attack you, take out your weapon and sheathe it to force guards to stop attacking. "

:thumbsup:


If you do "paycrimegold 0 0" it won't take your stolen items and you won't be moved to the prison.

 

 

 

What he said.

 

I will admit that sometimes it hasn't worked for me. It's rare, but if it doesn't work for you, you pretty much just have to do the regular dialog and go to prison (or incur more bounty charges xD)






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