Oblivion is the fourth installment in the Elder Scrolls series. The game promotes an action role-playing environment that happens in the open world. The game allows the player to roam anywhere and explore the wide world. The objective requires the player to go through several lands and improve their skills. Skill system gets improved when you earn points by killing the bed fellas. This makes you with more abilities and this way your journey goes on and on.
Well, there is another way to get these abilities and points in less time and that is the command console. It is a developers’ tool that allows you putting several commands so the game behaves in a different manner. It gets activated by just pressing the tilde key (~). Now, let’s focus on the commands and cheats of the Oblivion.
Oblivion Console Commands and Cheats
Show Subtitle – this one is to turn on and off the NPC subtitles.
Tai – you can either turn on or off the AI.
Tcai – this one functions for toggling the combat AI.
Tcl – you can set the toggle for collision.
Tdetect – this one happens for AI detection.
Tfc – this one is to enable or disable the free-flying camera.
Tfow -you can use it to turn on or off the fog of war.
Tfh – use the cheat and toggle the help menu.
Tg – this one is for the grass effect, type it again to turn it off.
Tgm – this one takes you to the God mode that means you cannot die until you turn it off.
Tlb – this one is to see the game world in its brightness that glows everything and make it appealing.
Tlv – you can either turn it on or off for the leaves.
Tm – this one is for toggling the menus.
Tmg – set the Motion Guide to toggle.
Tmm <#> -you can enable or disable the map markers. Place 1 or 0 in place of #. 1 for showing and 0 for hiding.
Ts – turn on or off the sky.
Tt – this one is for the trees so you can make them visible or invisible.
Twr -switch on or off the water radius.
Tws – this one is for water rendering.
Activate – this one activates the target to fight.
Additem <baseid> <qty> – just name the item you want in your inventory and it will be there.
Disable – this one simply disable any NPC or object.
Enable – this works in the opposite way of the first one that means enabling the object or NPC>
Removeitem <baseid> <qty> – if you want to remove any item from the inventory then this command is yours.
Equipitem <baseid> <No Unequip> – you can forcefully equip the item you want if it is in the target’s inventory.
Removeallitems – if ever you want to clear your inventory then this one works for that.
Addspell <spellcode> – add any spell to your list.
Removespell <spellcode> – work in the opposite way by removing a spell.
Dispel <Spell Code> – take a magic effect from the target.
Createfullactorcopy – you can copy any actor that seems in the target.
Deletefullactorcopy – using it you can disable the clone target.
Duplicateallitems <refid> – using it you can make a copy of all the items to a specific container.
Getav <attribute> – use it and get any type of attributes such as strength, intelligence, health, etc.
Setav <attribute> <#> Sets value of attribute.
Kill <victim> – get to kill any actor you want by specifying and get credits.
Lock <#> – you can lock any target by just filling it in the given space. Also, you can choose the complexity that remains from 1 to 99 that you need to write in place of #.
Unlock – this helps yo by unlocking the targeted object.
Moddisposition <ID> <+/-#> – you can set the target for disposition by setting the desired level.
Fill target in <target> id of the disposition item<ID> and value in the <#> area.
Moveto <refid/location > – you can use it to move the target to a location you want just by filling up the given space.
Payfine – now, take it fast by paying all the criminal fines at once.
Payfinethief – this one pays your fines but does not remove any stolen items and they stay in the inventory.
Placeatme <Base Id> <#> – it is used to spawn any item in front of you.
Resurrect <#> – a useful command and by using it you can get back any character to life.
Setactorfullname <name> – just to set the actor’s name by putting it in the name field such as ‘John Garfield.’
Setcrimegold <#> – you can set any bounty you want to fight with on the target.
Setlevel <#> – use it if you want to change the target’s level.
Setopenstate <#> – this one experiments with the doors so you can set it to locked, unlocked. 1 means unlocking and 0 goes for locking.
Setownership <baseid/factionid> – just specify the item name and it will change the ownership of that item.
Stopcombat – there will be no target combat.
Startcombat – it works in the reverse form that starts target combat.
Startconversation <refid>, <topic parameter?> – use it to initiate NPC conversation but beware of the circumstances.
Completequest <qid> – if you do not wish to continue any quest then use this one. It will instantly finish it up.
Caqs – it can be used to finish all the quest stages.
Getstage <qid> – just define the quest ID and it will get you the stage for that.
Player.completequest <qid> – it removes the mentioned quest from the list and remember that it does not complete that quest.
Showquesttargets – this one is to get all the active quests ids and their stages.
Setquestobject <baseid> <flag> – set the object yourself for the quest. 1 means quest and 0 means no quest.
Showfullquestlog <qid> – this one brings you the list of all logs for the quest.
Showquestlog 0 – 0 refers to showing the current quest log.
Showquestlog 1 – 1 means it will shows the completed quest log.
Sq – this one is for all the quests and stages.
Sqt – try this one if you want currently running quest.
Movetoqt – transport to the target of a quest.
Advlevel – it takes you a level up.
Advskill <skill> <#> 0- name a skill and the level you want it on.
Player.setav <Ability/attribute> <#> – just name the attribute and change its value.
Player.setlevel <#> – change your level just by defining it in the given space of the console.
Sexchange – this one works for changing the gender of the characters.
Showracemenu – change different attributes like sex, race, name, etc.
Showbirthsignmenu – it will take you to a different Birth Sign.
Showclassmenu – change your class to a different one.
Showspellmaking – this one brings you the spell creation screen.
Modpca <attribute> <#> – get any attribute and add points for it.
Modpcs <skill> <#> – similarly, name the skill and add up desired points.
Psb – this cheat works by adding all the spells to the player.
Coc <location > – just use this command and get teleported to that location.
Coe <X>,<Y> – define the coordinates and get teleported to that exact location.
Enableplayercontrols – this one helps you in the cinematic mode by enabling the player control.
Fw <ID> – now you can get any type of weather conditions as per your choice.
Qqq – you do not need to go any manual process to quit the game. This will take you out of the game instantly.
Save <name> – using this one you can save the game before quitting and press 1 to save as.
Saveini – just like the name, you can save the ini settings.
Set <globalvar> to <value> -0 use this one if you wish to set the Global Variable.
Set timescale to <#> – this command can be an existing one as it sets the speed of time in the game. To know more, just try it and see effects.
Getgs <game setting> – go directly to the Game Setting.
Here the list of Oblivion console commands and cheats ends up. Now, it is up to you which one you go with or pick all of them to have more fun. By the time you will be a pro on using these commands and surely have more fun.