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Коды (cheats) к игре Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Cheat Codes:
Console Commands:
Written by FN-2199

-=How to Use Console Commands=-
Commands for this game are pretty basic, and act a lot like Skyrim console commands,
so you shouldnt have a problem learning them. To use the console, press ~, then input
the code and press Enter.

-=How to Enable / Disable Interface=-
g_showHUD 0 – Disables HUD.
g_showHUD 1 - Enables HUD.

-=Graphic Commands=-
r_Motionblur 0 - Disables motion blur.
cl_fov X - Sets the field of view to X (default is 60).
e_ViewDistRatio X - Changes the distance at which objects start to render
(default is 500).
e_ViewDistRatioVegetation X - Changes the distance at which trees start to render
(default is 500).
e_MergedMeshesInstanceDist X - Changes the distance at which grass is animated
(default is 20).
r_vsync 0 - Disables Vsync.
r_depthofFieldmode 0 - Disables Depth of field durring dialogue.

-=Gameplay Commands=-
e_TimeOfDay - Shows the current time.
wh_pl_showfirecursor 1 - Adds a reticule when aiming a bow.
p_gravity_z X - Changes the intensity of gravity (default is 13).

-=Items & Money=-
wh_cheat_money X - Gives a certain amount of money (confirmed not to work after
release, but work at alpha & beta).
wh_cheat_addItem [X Y] - Gives X amount of item with the Y ID.

Note: The last one is pretty useless without a table of item IDs, but if it’s working,
the table will be discovered in no time.

How to Get Money for lockpicks at the Talmberg at the beginning of the game:
1.Get in the room with the locked chest, which you need to open to get the
2.There are numerous containers with arrows and other stuff that you can
3.Steal these items and then wait some time until the “red hand” in the
inventory on the icons of those items dissapear.
4.Go to the trader and sell those items for exchange of the lockpicks.
5.Save the game before lockpicking the chest with armor.

How to Brew Saviour Schnapps (Save Potion):
Follow these simple steps:

-=Things you will need=-
* 1x Nettle
* 2x Belladonna
* Alchemy Station

1.Go to an Alchemy station and read the book to the right Go to the potions
section in the book and the first potion will be Saviour Schnapps – the
words will be mixed up until you have learned how to read.
2.Click on ‘Prepare’ on the first potion to add the ingredients to the
alchemy shelf. Then exit the book.
3.Add wine from the left shelf into the cauldron.
4.Select the Nettles from the right shelf and add it to the cauldron.
5.Select Belladonna and add it the mortar in front of you. Use the pestle
next to it to grind up the Belladonna, then add it to the dish in front
of you. Do this twice.
6.Press Q to use the bellows. Heat up the cauldron until it boils
(it will look like little flames in the water)
7.Turn the sand-timer on the right shelf. Wait until the timer is up,
then turn it again.
8.Once the second timer has passed, add the ground up Belladonna from the
9.Turn the timer again.
10.When the timer is up, grab a phial from the left hand side and click on
the cauldron to pour the mixture in.

Perfect Sermon:
Written by Mindless

* [1] Begin the sermon confidently.
* [1] God stands at the head of the church.
* [1] Continue Harshly.
* [3] To sin is human.
* [1] Continue Harshly.
* [2] Criticise the prelates, but stand up for godwin.

Blacksmith Mikesh's Song (Tricks of the Trade):
Written by Xemos the Fluffy-Owlkins

The song for those who don't want to go through the trouble of learning the
fishy thighs and fishy breasts song, for Tricks of the Trade quest.

-=Main Contents=-
The sun sets out across the skies; he looses his way, To the forge he flies.
Kuttenburg is far, far away, Kuttenberg is far here i'll stay.
My breath is short, my feet are sore. i'd buy a horse, but I am poor.
The sun may burn, the sun may shine, but you'll not wither, darling mine.

-=Now for the last time...=-
The sun he hides behind a cloud; his heart goes cold and his fire goes out.
He drowned the fish and broke its neck, thew it down upon the deck.
Fry your fish, the fish head's best, fishy thighs and fishy breast.

How to Get Money for Lockpicks at the Talmberg:
Written by Deadly Mullet

1.Get in the room with the locked chest, which you need to open to get the armor.
2.There are numerous containers with arrows and other stuff that you can steal.
3.Steal these items and then wait some time until the "red hand" in the inventory
on the icons of those items dissapear.
4.Go to the trader and sell those items for exchange of the lockpicks.
5.Save the game before lockpicking the chest with armor.

Written by MrDeerly

Since Lockpicking isn't the easiest activity in Kingdom Come: Deliverance,
I'll give you a short Guide.

-=What You'll Need?-
At least one Picklock
Lockpicks can be purchased at most retailers.
Also you can get them from some quests in small numbers.

*Very easy:
Very easy locks can be cracked at any skill level.

Even for easy locks you do not need a specific skill level, but here it is a
bit trickier.

To crack hard locks, you'll need at least level 5.

*Very difficult:
For very difficult locks, at least level 6 is required, but some locks require
the highest level.

*Lasting Lockpicks:
Your lockpicks will be more durable and last twice as long.

After successfully picking a lock, you have a 20% chance of any broken lockpicks
returning to your inventory.

*Deft Grip:
The starting position when lockpicking will be closer to the end of the lock,
making it easier to open.

*Luck of the Drunk:
It'll be 30% easier for you to open locks when drunk, but it will also be 30%

*Silent Fiddler:
You're able to work almost silently with a lockpick, even if the lockpicking
isn't going well. The noise a snapping lockpick makes is reduced by 90%.

*Lucky Thief:
If your lockpick breaks, you'll have a 10% chance of opening the lock instantly.

*Sixth Sense:
Your sixth sense will warn you if someone is about to catch you in the act
of lockpicking, so you'll have more time to escape.

*Master Thief:
You can unlock easier locks automatically.

-=How To=
1.Start the activity:
Stand in front of the lock you want to pick and press the action key "E" to
commence the lockpicking (make sure you do this without anyone spotting you).
2.Find the Sweetspot:
At first you need to find the right spot with your cursor. The bigger it gets,
the closer you are getting to the correct position. If it turns golden, you
have found the ideal point.
3.Crack the lock:
Now comes the hard part: You have to turn the locking mechanism by pressing
"D" while moving the lockpick relative to the ideal position. The cursor have
to stay at the golden point the whole time.
So you need to use your cursor to adjust the lockpick.

-=Tips and Tricks=-
* Door locks are easier to crack in the darkness of the night, as you will not
be discovered so quickly.
* Locks in rooms (chests) can be cracked more easily by closing the room door.
Remember, however, that the owner can appear unexpectedly at any time.
* Ideally, you wait until the owners of buildings and chests are no longer
nearby, or sleep. So you can concentrate on the lockpicking itself.
* Sells the stolen goods best to a handler. So you can't be caught that easy.
It may also be useful to sell small amounts of stolen goods to various dealers.

How to Exploit Money (Groschens):
Written by KaHk

* Early on in the game (Just when you arrive at Rattay) you will be given the
quest 'The Good Thief' by Miller Peshek, once you complete this quest you will
be able to sell stolen goods to any Millers you find.
* An easy way to exploit this feature is to rob the Miller's mills, this is
quite easy due to their size, the low skill requirement for lockpicking and
the lack of people around the mill (Usually 2 - 4) this makes these mills a
perfect site for making some money early on in the game, you can usually make
around 300 - 500 Groschens from just robbing one mill and then selling the
stolen goods back to the Miller you just stole from.
* To start you will have to find a Mill, they are quite easy to find and there
is usually one at the edge of a town/city.
* Once you find a mill you can either wait until nightfall (easiest) or rob it
whenever (a bit harder but still fairly easy as long as you make sure they
aren’t within close proximity to you when lockpicking/robbing).
* You can then search the mill looking for the chests dotted around the place,
they will be relatively easy to pick and will supply you with some pretty
awful loot but there will be a fair bit of it. Once you have looted as much
as you can talk/wake and talk to the Miller and sell him back his belongings.

Tips and Tricks:
* The best way to train stats and combat skills is via practice-sword sessions
with Bernard at the fighting ring in Rattay; do this early and often to unlock
some special techniques. Carry repair kits and repair your armor and gear after
each session to raise Maintenance easily and quickly.
* You can raise Maintenance very high by grinding all your looted bandit swords
at a grindstone, which also increases their sale value. If you really want to
just the grind the skill, try surfing the wave of damaging your sword at the
grindstone and repairing it at the grindstone both.
* Archery is hard to raise without getting in some kind of trouble. You can
either sneak up on rabbits very slowly and dab them at close range, or you can
shoot at cows which are huge slow moving targets.
* If you want lockpicking to be easier without using a mod, back out of the
attempt and retry until you the sweet spot is in a good place
(like right near the center).
* On the haggle interface, the further down you go on the bar the better the
price, for selling and buying both. Circle at the bottom is the patience meter,
which fills up depending on how unreasonable your offer is. Good move is to go
low on the bar, let them lower it some, and then back it up to closer to that
mark. If you get the Final Offer perk you can be even more audacious.
* You can make a ton of money in a few ways but most aren’t “legal”; it’s a
hard knock life for a peasant in 1403 Bohemia. Poaching is very efficient,
as is robbing sprees.
* You can “launder” stolen goods by selling them to a trader that will accept
them (such as the “Trader” with an indoor shop in the starting village) and
then buying them back, but you will lose money on the transaction
(so steal extra stuff to make up the difference).
* If your clothes are dirty, nobles and burghers (merchants etc) like you
* If your weapon is bloody, you can use aggressive stance in dialogs more
* You can win a clench by mashing the attack button.
* Items dropped on the ground will disappear; put things you want to save
into permanent containers.
* Get the shovel by the Miller’s wagon outside Rattay.
Keep it on you or your horse at all times.
* Get 4 lockpicks from Fritz at the start by investingating the drunk’s
house, finding the locked chest, then talking to Fritz.
This locks out some other options for resolving the quest.

Easiest Way to Level Pickpocket:
Written by Huskai

This is how to reach a high pickpocket skill, without commiting a crime, going to
jail, or really anything whatsoever to worry about!

1. To start off, you must have made it to Rattay, and completed the first quest you
get from guy who looks like chef boyardee, aka Miller Peshek.
2. Once you find him and talk to him, you should see an option that says...

"Can you teach me how to pickpocket" or sum beefaroni like that, idk how mans chef
boyardee even knows how to picketpocket, kinda suspect if you ask me, but just go
through his little dialogue, and he should take you to the back of the mill.

-=Final Step=-
Once he takes you behind the mill, you should be able to practice pickpockting him
as much as you want, without any consequences. This will level up your skill everytime
you take his dagger. But be careful touching the blade, rumors are told that it was
used to sacrafice the evil, sending them directly back to The Gates of Raviolli Hell.

Secret horse armor:
Horse armor is extremely rare in the game. There is currently only one known location
it can be obtained. The armor is for the head of the horse, and increases defense when
equipped. It also looks nice aesthetically on the horse. To find the horse armor,
travel into the deep woods east of Ledetchko. Navigate around the cliffs until you can
reach the upper edges of the tall cliffside. On the edge is a dead horse in a giant
nest. You can see the nest from below. Navigate up and around to the nest, then use
the bushes to jump into the nest. You can actually stand on bushes for a moment
before sinking. Loot the nest to get the horse armor.

Getting powerful armor and sword early:
To get a full set of plate armor and a powerful sword (worth approximately 10,000
coin) early in the game, travel to the town of Neuhof. From the town, travel north
and then east from the fork in the road until you reach an abandoned camp on the left,
at the following location. There is an unlocked chest in the camp that contains a full
set of St. George Plate Armor and the Sword of St. George. The chest and camp are
actually a specific location you will reach later in the story. During the "Epilogue"
quest at the end of the game, you will meet an NPC at this camp. That is when you
are meant to collect this powerful set of armor. However, it is possible to arrive
at this location at any point in the game and find the chest.
This armor makes early parts of the game much easier to complete.

Easy money:
Stealing is by far the most lucrative method to earn money quickly in the game. Before
trying to steal, make sure you have unlocked the ability to sell stolen goods. It is
also recommended to get a horse to speed up travel times. The quieter towns with guards
are a good place to start. Wait until dark and approach a guard from behind. Knock him
out, loot all his gear, and sell it to a miller. Bailiff properties and noble residents
usually contain very expensive items, such as goblets and plates –- all of which sell
for a good amount of money. This works best when combined with haggling. Other good
targets include armories, barracks, and stores.

Scattered throughout the game are various contests, such as the archery competition in
Rattay. While you do not get a ton of money from it, the higher ranked tournaments do
pay really well. It is also legal, so you do not have any of the risks or negative side
effects of the thief lifestyle.

Easy haggling:
First, get the Final Offer perk. To find this perk, navigate to the "Player" section
of the menu. Go to "Stats" and find "Speech". Expand it to see the Speech perks. You
need Speech Level 4 to choose the Final Offer perk. Its description reads: "When a trader
loses patience with you during haggling, you have one more chance to make another offer."
While this may not sound too great, it actually is very helpful. Once you have bought or
sold your items, check your basket. You can see a Haggle button in the lower left corner.
Hold the button to bargain on the price. Once you know how to haggle, simply use the Final
Offer perk to maximize the benefit every time. When you are haggling with a merchant or
someone else, immediately drop to the lowest (when buying) or highest (when selling)
price available. The perk will automatically kick in and let you have another chance,
but the merchant will now be offering the best possible price. This allows you to get
discounts of 50% and better.

Easy archery contests:
While playing the game, press ~ to display the console window.
Type "wh_pl_showfirecursor 1" and press [Enter] to enable a crosshair while shooting
your bow. To disable the crosshair, type "wh_pl_showfirecursor 0" and press [Enter].
The crosshair allows you to aim better, allowing you to win archery contests more
Note: Enabling this console command does not disable Steam achievements.
Stop your horse directly in front of your closest opponent, which is the best archer.
If your horse is close enough to him (touching), he will not be able to raise his bow
and shoot. You can also use a second horse to block the second archer. If you block
both archers, just score a few points and wait for an hour to win the contest.

Quest Tips:
* You can manage which markers it shows for quests from the journal page.
* You can only have X number up at a time but you can switch which quests have
markers or not by pressing E on them in the journal, the ones with markers get a
red or green shield with a letter A B or C on them.
* Go to Uzhitz early on and talk to the scribe to learn to read, it’s fundamental.
When reading, sit down, it helps.
* When doing the “Bird in the Hand” quest, gather as much Belladonna as you can -
it’s plentiful in the quest area and very useful for grinding up Alchemy skill.
* When joining Hans Capon at the baths, and he strips down, you have a chance to
nick his gear.
* The “House of God” quest from Divish in Talmberg (after the prologue) gives a
very large cash reward.
* All “deliver meat” quests will accept meat in any condition, even 0%.

Queen Of Sheba sword piece locations:
To start the Queen Of Sheba sword quest, talk to Zach the swordsmith in Sasau. Collect
all five pieces of the Queen Of Sheba sword in the following locations to unlock it:

1.In a chest near the stairs on the second floor of the blacksmith's building in Rattay.
2.Obtained from the Pickman of Skalitz in Rattay. Successfully complete the "Aquarius"
quest, then talk to him after selecting him for water/dung duty.
3.Pickpocket a piece from Zach in Sasau.
4.Buy a piece from the blacksmith in Ledetchko.
5.Go to the blacksmith's house east of the tanner in Talmberg.
The final piece can be found on top of a barrel in the second room on your left.

Easy XP:
Find a NPC that will not respond. Knock them out and drag their body behind a barn or some
area no one will see you. Use your fists to keep hitting them for easy and fast XP. It is
recommended to have enough money to pay off the bounty if you are caught. Otherwise, just
put all your loot inside inventory somewhere, then go to jail to restore your reputation.
One place you can do this is in the village of Sasau. Find the gravedigger and knock him
out, then drag him into the water where his body will float and no one can see you. Stand
so that he is level with your character, and you can punch him. You will keep getting
Unarmed, Warfare, Vitality, Agility, and Strength XP while repeatedly punching him.
Note: This can destroy your reputation. It is recommended to get the Infamous perk to raise
your reputation faster. People will stop talking to you when you have a low reputation.
Additionally, you can use weapons with this exploit, but it is a little trickier. Fists
do not normally kill, but any of your weapons will. You have to find essential plot-
important characters that cannot be killed. There are a few in every town and city, but
they tend to live in areas that are hard to access secretly. Essential characters cannot
be killed, so they will be knocked out by your attacks and will eventually get back up.
It is much harder to stab essential NPCs in secret, so you are more likely to (eventually)
get caught. If you worried about your reputation, use the Infamous perk to make it easier
to increase your reputation, and only try this exploit in cities that do not really
matter to you.

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