The Elder Scrolls 4: Shivering Isles (Xbox 360)
Complete the following achievements to unlock the indicated number of Xbox Live Gamerscore points.
- Tourist, Shivering Isles (20 points): Entered the Shivering Isles.
- Aspirant, Shivering Isles (20 points): Reached Aspirant Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Citizen, Shivering Isles (20 points): Reached Citizen Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Madman, Shivering Isles (20 points): Reached Madman Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Honored Madman, Shivering Isles (20 points): Reached Honored Madman Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Duke Dementia, Shivering Isles (30 points): Reached Duke of Dementia Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Duke Mania, Shivering Isles (30 points): Reached Duke of Mania Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Regent, Shivering Isles (20 points): Reached Regent Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Defender, Shivering Isles (20 points): Reached Defender of the Realm Rank in the Court of Madness.
- Madgod, Shivering Isles (50 points): Stopped the Greymarch.
At the southern most point of the Shivering Isles,
south of Madgod's Beet, is a cave called Corpserot Prison. Inside
at the very beginning of the cave, you will find the evidence
chest. It is in both Mania and Dementia. Note: On your map, Corpserot
Prison is called Corpserot Passage.
Somewhere near Dunroot Burrow upon a hilltop are a
couple slabs of stone. On those slabs of stone is a dead person,
with a Potion of Nighteye nearby, some skeletons, and a note.
The note is called "Death Decree". Pick it up and read
it. It says that a man named "Robert Wisnewski" was
sentenced to death by Sheogorath. Robert Wisnewski is on the Bethesda
staff list. The reason for his death sentence was for trying to
grow a beard (in which you cannot have a beard except for Sheogorath
in Elder Scrolls).
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Crucible: Fight club
Go to the roof area of Crucible at night to encounter two citizens fighting each other in front of an audience. The Orc bartender will say that this is a private society and that you should not interfere. Sneak behind the Orc and unlock the jewelry box on the bar to find a not with more information. Also, completing "The Lady of Paranoia" during the main storyline will allow you to find a note labeled "Liturgy of the Duelists" on Muurine's corpse, which is a reference to this fight club.
Hill Of Suicides: Defeating ghosts
To defeat the ghosts that cannot be attacked, push them off the cliff on one side of the hill to drop their health. Repeat the process until they are gone.
Finding lettuce and yarn
Sheogorath's Daedric Quest requires offerings of lettuce and yarn. To find them, search for the busts of Sheogorath located throughout New Sheoth. Beneath or beside most of them are lettuce and yarn.
The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind reference
In Bliss, there is an Argonian named Big Head.
Big Head's quest is to find The Fork of Horripilation. In The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind, there is an Argonian that lives
on the island farthest to the northwest of the Sheograth Region.
In Morrowind, sitting on Big Head's table is The Fork of
Equip a Scroll that you have a multiple of (for example,
Minor Heal Other x10). If you have ten scrolls you will get ten
items. Swing a weapon. During the swing, open your inventory and
select the scroll you equipped twice. You will not get a message.
Drop the item to be duplicated. You can only duplicate things
that you have less than the amount of scrolls you equipped. For
example, with ten scrolls, you cannot duplicate fifteen potions.
There is a way to get around this. Drop a few of the items you
want to duplicate before you start this glitch so you have less
than the amount of scrolls that you have. You can then pick them
Duplicate the item you want to permanently enchant
yourself with. You must have two of them. Equip one of the items.
Proceed with the normal duplication glitch, but drop the unequipped
item and you will notice that both of them drop. You will not
be able to re-equip that item again, but the effect it granted
is now permanent.
In Knotbone Chamber (just north of the Gates of Madness,
outside the fringe), there is a man named Thaelius. Thaelius has
no dialogue. When you talk to him, the only text that appears
is "NO DIALOGUE". He is just a regular NPC in every
other way however. He has a journal in his possession talking
about his alchemical exploits, and how they drove his girlfriend
away from him.
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