bunnyXablaze / katy.b
I’m one to always have enough gold in games. Skyrim is no different. I prefer to level up skills by training - but that takes money. And of course store keepers all have limited money each day(or few days I’ve learned)
So I’ve started picking up everything I can possibly pick up on my adventures, I even take my housecarl, Lydia, with me and load her up with items aswell. I quickly fast travel back to my house in Whiterun and drop everything. Thus my house ends up looking like the above picture. Once I feel like I’ve collected enough I’ll use the wait feature and sell all items at the stores in Whiterun.
I’ve been training my heavyarmor and two-handed skills up and it’s getting fairly expensive to keep doing that 3000+ gold per lvl.

I’m one to always have enough gold in games. Skyrim is no different. I prefer to level up skills by training - but that takes money. And of course store keepers all have limited money each day(or few days I’ve learned)

So I’ve started picking up everything I can possibly pick up on my adventures, I even take my housecarl, Lydia, with me and load her up with items aswell. I quickly fast travel back to my house in Whiterun and drop everything. Thus my house ends up looking like the above picture. Once I feel like I’ve collected enough I’ll use the wait feature and sell all items at the stores in Whiterun.

I’ve been training my heavyarmor and two-handed skills up and it’s getting fairly expensive to keep doing that 3000+ gold per lvl.

  1. enjoy-the-silencex reblogged this from bunnyxablaze and added:
    We do have drawers for storage upstairs..
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