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See also List of Wikipedia data dumps External links Category:Wikipedia Big Data projectsUpdate: Part 3 of my Skyrim Tools of the Trade: Trading guide. I'll soon be adding a fourth part with some further tips on living and how to make money. I'm an avid trader and I'm looking for a way to get better at it, but I also need to make money to pay for the next year of university, so I figured I'd offer my services to any fellow players and make a little bit of cash at the same time. I’m an avid trader, and I make my living in the Specialised group where I have the title “Trader”. That’s why I’m here to tell you how to get into trading, what you need, and how you can start earning. I’ve played Skyrim for two years now, and I’ve made a lot of progress at improving my skills. There’s always something new to learn, but one thing I’m always trying to do better at is trading. You can trade pretty much anything in Skyrim, but if you’re an avid trader, I’d recommend sticking with gold, silver, iron, and steel. You’ll be able to acquire them in bulk, rather than constantly paying for 1 x1 trades with NPC merchants, and you’ll get a huge amount of experience for your efforts. If you’re looking for tips on how to make money in Skyrim, you can keep reading, but there’s not much more for you to do right now. To read the full article, click here. Trading your own items The first step to trading is selling what you have. Take a look at your list of available items in the Specialists’ shop (press F to view your items). Take note of what you want to sell. If you’re not sure which items to sell, ask other players. You need to pay a percentage of the value of your items to the merchant, but you don’t need to pay for any storage. If you have a storage space in your house or




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