Morrowind talk:Fatigue

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I just checked this and can confirm it's true. I started a new character and tried to buy some armor from Arillie - it cost 84 gold. I then ran into a corner of the room until my fatigue dropped a bit and the price rose to 86. Strange, but true. rpeh •TCE 06:46, 21 April 2010 (UTC)

It makes sense to me, but it's really hard to explain. You can't be all suave and charismatic to a merchant if you're sweating like a dog. When you're tired, you're easy to take advantage of and more likely to accept the first price you hear. That's what I think, anyway. --Zander490 19:41, 7 June 2010 (UTC)
In real life, being tired makes everything harder - reflexes, sustained movement, and thought. Personality falls under that last one - you can't come up with what the merchant wants to hear quick enough if you're beat. Just like if you're flat not as good at it. 22:15, 29 August 2010 (UTC)
Isn't it Disposition that is affected by Fatigue? So, in your Arillie test, lowering your fatigue lowered your disposition with him, and thus raised the price? 17:27, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

knock out creatures[edit]

how do i make creatures faint liek the guy on youtube did

Yeah, I love that guy. I'd imagine you'd just drain their fatigue down to zero. --Arch-Mage Matt Did I Do That? 03:21, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

Negating Fatigue Loss?[edit]

About what value of a constant effect restore fatigue enchantment would it take to counter the fatigue loss when running?

Fatigue Regeneration[edit]

At what speed does fatigue regenerate? And is that dependent on endurance or willpower or something?

Basically, is there a formula for fatigue regeneration? -- 11:37, 28 July 2013 (GMT)

Here's the formula for how much fatigue you restore each second: 2.5 + (0.02 * Endurance) — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 01:53 on 16 August 2020

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"It can be used when you deal with merchants: if you want to sell something and get a good price, make sure you have maximum Fatigue. If not, wait for 1 hour. It applies to training prices, too."

I've personally never heard this nor noticed any impact when I play, so I'm not sure if this is true. Can anybody else confirm/deny this? •WoahBro►talk 14:12, 19 April 2015 (GMT)

It is 100% true with trainers, check it yourself. compare the price of training with drained fatigue and full fatigue. — Unsigned comment by (talk) at 16:52 on 19 April 2015‎
It is true that the amount of fatigue you have will affect the prices of merchants and services such as training. However, the page already mentions that "Surprisingly, even Mercantile is affected by fatigue". The first few sentences on the Mercantile page explain all the different things it has a factor on, including the prices of bartering and services, so I think it would be redundant to mention that information again on this page. Forfeit (talk) 02:17, 20 April 2015 (GMT)