Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the fourth release of the video game by the developer Bethesda Game Studios. The video game is a role-playing game (RPG) that takes your character on quests to destroy evil monsters and beasts. The objective of the game is to keep the cult from opening the gates of hell. The game also enables the character to explore the map without doing quests for a while so you can have your character gain some experience and upgrade him to become stronger. The character will need to purchase necessary equipment for quests and adventures.
Accomplish a quest.
The main story line has quests for the character to accomplish and after doing the quest successfully he will get money as a reward. Going on several quests will keep your money account full but they can be difficult to accomplish if he does not have the right equipment and the right skill. There are side quests that the character can choose to do in the game that will reward him with some money too. Go on quests that you can handle with the equipment and skill that you have at the moment then go on more challenging quests when you are stronger and have better experience. Going on quests will give you the chance to loot the area. When you go through quest areas look for items laying around that you can pick up and add to your inventory. The attacking monsters and beasts that you defeat may drop items that you can pick up. Take these items in your inventory and decide which ones you will need and separate those that you can sell. Selling the items you don’t want will bring in more money.
The Mercantile Skill
Practice the art of selling to vendors so you will learn how to make more money in Elder Scrolls IV. You need to develop the mercantile skill to help you sell items for a better price. Take the items in your inventory that you have determined you won’t need to a vendor. Offer these items to the vendor and start trading for other items that you need. The more you trade the higher your skill increases, so this one area of the game that you need to look into. Focus on your mercantile skills so you can get more money and better items. Try to visit the same vendor to establish a good business relationship with him. As your skill increases the vendor will trade you higher valued items for less.
Most of the good equipment will come with a high tag value, so you need to make some money in order to get the items you need.