Right…so I have no idea why, or even remotely how to fix it. Activating Unlimited XP literally kills the character AND gives them a level up. So, I am very very confused on how that even works in the first place. Better part of this is, this never happened to me before. Was the coding changed at all to cause conflicting issues with health and so on? I’d assume not given the last time this was updated it hasn’t changed…seriously confused…
Edit : Redundancies
Right, so as I was going through the codes I found myself seriously wondering on how the codes that add Might, and each respective attribute actually work. When I hit the execute button for the corresponding effect…nothing happened. In addition, Unlimited Talent, AND Ability Point AUTOMATICALLY turn off…which kind of defeats the purpose of turning them on no? If that in itself was not an issue, they do not actually do anything even when triggered. Unlimited Skill Points has to be REtriggered after each level up. No ifs ands or buts about it. Unlimited Experiences only works up to the maximum level cap of the game itself which is by the way 16 and normal play expects you to reach around level 10 to 12 ideally before moving on. Now to the heart of this issue, by no means am I attempting to belittle Stinger for his great work compiling this code together for us; however…you can Mod the game with something called IE Mod on the Nexus community, the instructions of how to do so are right there, and in addition to that can apply most of these effects with close to no real issue, as it even recommends making a back up of your C Sharp folder, which all that really means is putting it into another folder and adding a simple line so if you ever wanted to go back to a basic game it would be fine. This also allows you to use the console commands without disabling achievements.
I sincerely appreciate Stingers efforts in putting this together and truly it does make life substantially easier as well as allow you to explore the game more openly but a more effective method for this particular game exists and I urge others to look into it if you insist on using the Trainer at the very least.
The 2 codes I found myself using despite having access to the Console Commands were the Unlimited Health and Stamina codes, as One Hit Kills gets cheap fast and can easily ■■■■ your play through for a no kills game even by accident.