Press ~ during game play to display the console window, then activate the following cheats by entering the corresponding codes:
CHEAT FUNCTION - CHEAT CODE Spawn indicated item - additem Get indicated spell - addspell Force a level up - advlevel Force skill level up - advskill Complete all quest stages - caqs Teleport [NOTE 3] - coc Set all quest stages - completeallqueststages Set hair color - hairtint List console commands - help Kill selected NPC target; suicide if nothing is targeted - kill Lock selected door or container with indicated lock level - lock <1-100> Add indicated amount of points to indicated attribute [NOTE 2] - modpca , Add indicated amount of points to specified skill [NOTE 1] - modpcs , Moves to current quest target - movetoqt Spawn indicated item - player.additem 1 Add 100 lockpicks - player.additem 0000000a "100" Add 100 skeleton keys - player.additem 0000000b "100" Add 100 repair hammers - player.additem 0000000c "100" Add 100 gold - player.additem 0000000f "100" Spawn Welkynd Stone in inventory - player.additem 00000191 1 Add spell to character's spell list - player.addspell Remove spell from character's spell list - player.removespell Teleport - player.coc Add indicated amount of points to indicated stat [NOTE 4] - player.setav Set player level - player.setlevel <1-255> Set point of view angle; default is 75 - pov Give all spells to player - psb Quit game immediately - qqq Revive target - resurrect Save game - savegame Set camera field of view in degrees; default is 75 - setcamerafov Set fog start and end depths - setfog Set character's fame - setpcfame Set character's infamy - setpcinfamy Change your gender - sexchange Change your birthsign - showbirthsignmenu Change your class - showclassmenu Show all log entries for indicated quest - showfullquestlog Show quest log - showquestlog Show current quest log - showquestlog 0 Show completed quest log - showquestlog 1 Show current quest targets - showquesttargets Show name/race/appearance selection screen - showracemenu Enchanting screen - showenchantment Toggle NPC conversation subtitles - showsubtitle Window with the full game scene graph - ssg Toggle AI - tai Toggle combat AI - tcai Toggle no clipping - tcl Toggle AI detection - tdetect Toggle debug display - tdt Free camera movement - tfc Toggle full help - tfh Toggle fog of war - tfow Toggle grass - tg God mode, if nothing is targeted - tgm Toggle land - tll Toggle leaves - tlv Toggle menus - tm Show all map markers - tmm 1 All map locations shown - togglemapmarkers Toggle sky - ts Toggle trees - tt Toggle wireframe - twf Toggle water - tws Change weather instantly - fw Change weather naturally - sw Release locked weather - releaseweatheroverride Unlock selected locked door or container - unlock Set item weight - setweight
NOTE 1: For example, enter modpcs blade, 10 to increase your blade skill by 10 points; it will not set it to 10. Raising your skills in this manner will cause you to level up, but will not give you any attribute bonuses when you pick which attributes you want to increase on the level up screen. NOTE 2: For example, enter modpca strength, 10 to increase your strength by 10; it will not set it to 10. NOTE 3: Enclose the destination name in parenthesis if it contains a space. NOTE 4: For example, enter player.setav strength 60 to set your Strength to 60. This works for all statistics and skills including derived stats, such as Magicka and Fatigue. When you use this code to alter Magicka or Fatigue, you are changing the base value of the stat. For example, player.setav magicka 80 will add 80 points of Magicka to your character's base Magicka score. Changes made to skills using this code will not affect your character's level progression in the same manner as using the modpcs.