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  • jacozilla
    Original poster 4 posts

    Any idea how, why, and if possible to turn this incredibly annoying 'feature' off?

    I get 3 minor runes auto added to inventory whenever I get rid/sell them and fast travel to my settlement or load a save

    Always same 3 minor ones - attack, stealth, and life. Since I am in later phase with greater runes, don't want these cluttering up inventory.

    However, moment I get rid of them, game seems to recognize I no longer have them and very next time I enter settlement or load a save, I hear the runes being added sound, the loot popup, and because they count as 'new' loot, even more annoyingly tags my inventory with the 'new' dot.

    TLDR - have found no way to rid myself of these useless runes which clutter my inventory, and I don't care for the silver made by repeatedly selling them. Just want this constant spam to stop.

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  • Kormac67
    1070 posts

    @jacozilla These are the runes you get from the ultimate edition. They renew whenever you sell them because they are payed content. (Totally worth the money, lol.)
    You should have a completely cluttered unsorted mess of hundreds of runes, so these 3 make no difference.

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