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Skyrim Speech glitch, reach level 100 easily

People seem to be enjoying our short and to the point Skyrim tutorials, thefore following on from our Smithing guide we thought we would show you how to quickly and easily level up your Skyrim speech skill, don’t worry, it won’t take long thanks to a glitch which a YouTube user found.

The ‘Gametastik’ YouTube Channel uploaded a video 11 days ago which slipped under our radar, this shows you how to reach level 100 in Speech very quickly, this is thanks to a slight glitch which may get patched at any time – so act fast if you’re going to take advantage of it.

Firstly you must head to Riften and find the Black-Briar Meadery. To get there once in Riften immediately head right (before you pass any buildings), now take your first left and you will cross a small bridge and see a large building in front of you, walk down the right hand side of this building and the second building on the right is the Black-Briar Meadery.

When you enter the building talk to Ungrien at the counter (see below), here select ‘Tell me about Maven Black-briar’ and then select ‘Here, now tell me the truth (38 gold)’. The next time you do this you will be able to select ‘Come on, get the truth off your chest (Persuade)’ and your Speech will increase, you can repeat this over and over until you reach Speech level 100.

Some will argue that this ruins the game and you should really let things progress naturally, but whilst we agree with this we think that some certain things take ages to level up and such glitches can save you dozens of hours – do you agree?

Below we have embedded a video showing you the complete process:

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Written by Jamie Pert

Jamie has a background in computer repairs and maintenance along with network administration, he now enjoys utilizing the benefits of new technologies and enjoys writing about anything that brings new technology to the world.

He began writing for Product Reviews in mid 2009 and has since expanded his knowledge across a wide-base of devices, he is looking to get more hands-on experience with new devices to gain a better understanding of the latest and greatest technologies.

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