Skyrim talk:White River Watch
this safe for makeshift player housing? ie are the containers safe? or do they reset after awhile? if they aren't going to reset and delete items then will the old man take some my stuff? if not good cuase I kinda want a pet wolf in a cage and an old butler guy who'll say "good luck out there" whenever i leave from stashing items. if its a good location(blind dude won't open boxes or take items left laying out and the containers won't reset) then how long does it take bodies to disappear? don;t need stinking corpses lying about — Unsigned comment by 22.214.171.124 (talk) at 05:45 on 1 March 2012
- No, it's not. Safe locations are now marked in the Safe Locations category. There might be individual containers that are safe, but not all of them.
Imp Stool source
While maybe not true, I find it notable that this Dungeon is the best resource for players to get lots of Imp Stool. According to CK, 19 Plants are present, whereas I always left with only 14-15 samples.
Some of them are placed badly in the cell and are burried halfway or otherwise obstructed, and some require careful aiming to harvest, as only a small portion of the cluster may show the action to harvest.
Anyway, for beginners and expert poisoners, it seems to be the easiest location for many imp stool: close to a big town (Whiterun), poisonable enemies (meaning no vampires or automatons), respawns in 10/30 days (uncleared/cleared), has other mushrooms, has an alchemy lab, and is relatively easy to clear. Get "Green Thumb" Perk, and you will be rich of impstool in no time.-MarukiTheFaceHater (talk) 05:08, 28 May 2013 (GMT)
Just to explain my removal a bit more thorougly, numerous mountain ranges and hills that're supposed to be difficult/impossible to climb can actually be climbed. Just as proof of concept, I got the Notched Pickaxe once without ever having started the main quest (not counting escaping Helgen, of course). Others have reported similar techniques being usable in numerous other locations as well, so I don't see it as being especially notable here. And as I write this, I'm discovering that there's apparently a page dedicated to the whole notion: Mountain Climbing. – Robin Hood (talk) 06:33, 22 January 2014 (GMT)