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The Elder Scrolls: Morrowind



Change health level:
Press B during game play to display the options. Press L or R to cycle to the 
statistics screen. Highlight the health bar, press Black, White, Black(3), then 
hold A to set a new health level. Press B to exit. When you get hit, your 
health will automatically go back up. Note: Only one code can be activated at 
one time. 


Change magicka level:
Press B during game play to display the options. Press L or R to cycle to the 
statistics screen. Highlight the magicka bar, press Black, White(2), Black, 
White, then hold A to set a new magicka level. Press B to exit. When you use 
magicka, it will automatically go back up. Note: Only one code can be activated 
at one time. 


Change fatigue level:
Press B during game play to display the options. Press L or R to cycle to the 
statistics screen. Highlight the fatigue bar, press Black(2), White(2), Black, 
then hold A to set a new fatigue level. Press B to exit. When your fatigue 
changes, it will automatically go back up. Note: Only one code can be activated 
at one time. 


Keep health, magicka, and fatigue levels full:
Enable the "Change health level", "Change magicka level", or "Change fatigue 
level" codes, and before you fill your health/magicka/fatigue up, while holding 
A and filling it, press B and exit. It will continue to rise and as it goes 
down, it will raise back up instantly. For example, start filling your 
health/magicka/fatigue, and press B before it is to the top, While still 
holding A and filling it, it will keep and always be full until you return to 
the menu. 


Boost all weapon stats:
Use the following trick to boost all your weapon stats, with the exception of 
Hand-to-Hand. Note: The boost is the same as previous methods mentioned; the 
only exception is that you are activating all of the bound spells for each 
weapon at one time, then pressing the appropriate trigger buttons and holding 
them throughout. First, acquire all bound "weapon" spells that cover the weapon 
stats. Make sure you have a spell that raises long blade, short blade, blunt 
weapon, etc. (one of each bound-type in your magic list). Depending on how much 
magicka you have, you may have to enable the "Change magicka level" code to 
ensure your magicka continues to rise as you cast the spells. Cast all of the 
bound "weapon" spells one after another. Once all of them are active, hold X + 
L and watch the weapons switch out rapidly. As they switch, the stats 
associated with each type of weapon will rise tremendously. You can do this as 
many times as desired until the spell expires. To continue boosting your stats, 
simply re-do the spells and hold the appropriate buttons your controller.

To raise all stats, Strength, Endurance, and Luck, all you need is Wraith 
Guard and Sunder. Equip any weapon, and make sure you have the Wraith Guard 
on. Hold X + L to switch between the Sunder and the other weapon. This will 
raise the stats of Strength, Endurance, and Luck by at least 90 points at a 
time. This also works with Keening, but it raises Speed, Agility, Health, and 
Willpower.

To get superhuman abilities (Strength, Speed, Agility, Endurance, Luck, 
Magika), you must have a Bound Mace or Bound Dagger spell and the weapons 
"Keening" and/or "Sunder" that you get towards the end of the game. Cast 
Bound Mace/Dagger and hold X + L to scroll through weapons for a few seconds. 
Your skills will jump several hundred points, and you can slay an entire 
town. The Speed increase is the most impressive, although it can be slightly 
difficult to handle. This trick makes you practically invincible with stats 
between 200 to 300 and Health, Magika and Fatigue between 500 to 1000.

There is a constant effect glitch for items that fortify your stats and 
skills. Basically, if you could enchant any old weapon with a fortify stat 
spell, you can raise that stat. All you need to do is get a weapon enchanted 
constant effect. Once that is done, hold X + L + R and it will bring that 
stat up. For 2,280 gp (on good terms with Enchanter), you can get a sword 
made that raises strength by 1 point. It does not matter how many points you 
put in -- it will jump quickly enough. Hold X + L + R and check every once 
in awhile to see how far up it has gotten. Note: Some other effects may be 
able to be used in the same way. For example, enchant a weapon with Feather 
and bring your weight down to 0. If you want to bring every stat up at the 
same time, enchant a weapon each fortifing a different stat 1 point each. 
Constant effect, then hold X + L or X + R. This will cycle through the 
weapons, giving you point gains in each of them.


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