Oblivion:Game Manual

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Release Date 20 March, 2006
Publisher Bethesda Softworks
Pages Varies on version
Game Oblivion

The Oblivion Game Manual is the instruction manual included with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The manual gives basic instructions to gameplay mechanics. It can be downloaded here.

Table of Contents[edit]

  • Getting StartedPS22.png
  • Gameplay ControlsPS22.png
  • Introduction to Oblivion
  • Installing the GamePc22.png / Staring Shivering Isles and Knights of the NinePS22.png
  • Main Menu
  • Gameplay ControlsPc22.pngXbox360.png
  • The Game Screen
  • Compass and Activation Icons
  • Journal and Stats Menu
  • Stats Menu
  • Inventory Menu
  • Magic Menu
  • Maps and Quests
  • Races
  • Attributes
  • Derived Attributes
  • Skills, Mastery Levels, and Skill Perks
  • Classes
  • Increasing your skills and leveling up
  • The Arts of Combat
  • The Arts of Magic
  • The Arts of Stealth
  • Crime and Punishment
  • Dialogue
  • Horses, Houses, Books, Containers
  • Options and Preferences
  • Xbox LiveXbox360.png

The back cover of the manual is a copy of the Gameplay Controls page in the manual.

Notes[edit]

  • The PS3 version of the manual is slightly different; in its table of contents it categorises several subsections of the above table of contents as their own separate section.
  • Varying versions of the manual, depending on each released version of Oblivion and their region, will have different back pages.
  • The version of the manual that came with the Collector's Edition[verification needed — base retail release too?] had pages advertising Oblivion merchandise at the now defunct Oblivion Store website, the first edition of the Prima Game Guide, and the mobile version of Oblivion.
  • The PC and Xbox versions of the manual that are available to download via the link above have a page advertising the GOTY Edition of the Prima Game Guide.
  • The PS3 version of the manual available to download via the link above has a blank page used for taking notes.
  • The Fifth Anniversary Edition of the manual is significantly shorter, excluding about 1/3 of the sections listed above.
  • Screenshots in the manual shows the player-character is an Imperial named Bendu Olo.