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No Double Bed:
Found a bug that isn't listed. The Round Table and Chairs furnishing in the Exterior section of the Carpenter's Workbench didn't build anything.[[Special:Contributions/184.108.40.206|220.127.116.11]] 03:28, 13 March 2018 (UTC)
== No Double Bed ==
I built Lakeview Manor with the Bedroom wing. I wasn't ready to adopt kids or get married, so I put off building the beds so that when I built Windstad Manor and Heljarchen Hall, maybe my housecarls and stewards wouldn't go sleep in the bedroom wing at Lakeview Manor. Fast forward a few weeks and I've finished the Companions questline, started on the Mage's College questline, cleared Goldenglow estate, investigated Alva, cleared Movarth's Lair, bought Windstad Manor and Heljarchen Hall, gotten to level 90 in Conjuration, did the Conjuration ritual quest, enchanted a bunch of nifty gear, and got Windstad Manor built with a fully furnished entryway, main hall, alchemy tower, and enchanter's tower.
I decided it was time to think about family, so I built the child's beds and chests at Lakeview Manor and adopted Alesan. I can't adopt Sofie until I can purchase the Merchant perk or I will be unable to give her gifts.
Then I realized the double bed is no longer listed in the carpenter's workbench in the bedroom wing at Lakeview Manor. I opened the workbench again and again until it glitched and showed ALL the bedroom furnishings as if nothing had been built. I built the double bed, but the chest that is supposed to go at it's foot didn't get put in the menu for the carpenter's workbench. I cannot figure out how to get that chest to appear in the workbench menu. So I either live without that chest along with all the other things that don't get built properly in Hearthfire houses, or I replay more than half of what I've already done with this character to include the entire Companions questline, and not only do I hate forced followers, I particularly hate Aela as a follower. But if I don't get that chest built, it will grate on me every time I enter the room. And I'm on a Playstation, so I am unable to do Bethesda's debugging for them using console commands.
I think I'm reaching my limit for tolerating the glitches in Skyrim. I keep running into bugs I can't fix without going so far back in saves that I might as well start over. I'd keep more saves, but I've already hit the maximum save count on one playthrough attempt and found out how many problems that can cause. And if I have to keep restarting the game every time I hit a glitch I cannot fix or work around, I'll never finish this stupid game. Is there any way to fix this missing chest at the foot of the double bed in the Bedroom wing on a Playstation?
Every time I get assigned a quest I'm checking the dungeon's UESP page to make sure going to that dungeon won't screw up a later quest and to find out about anything I need to make sure I do or don't do while I'm there. Every time I go to one of my Hearthfire homes, I'm afraid to save unless I have both my steward and housecarl in sight so I don't inadvertently save with one of them dead. I've taken to running around every city or settlement to check on all the residents before I save to make sure they're all alive, and I still wound up with Olfina Grey-Mane in a coffin in Whiterun's Hall of the Dead. I'm spending more time figuring out how to avoid, circumvent, and fix glitches than I am actually playing.
I know Skyrim is an old game but Bethesda is still selling it! If they're still selling it, they should be fixing it. I think it's time for me to write an angry letter to Bethesda.
So does anyone have a workaround for the five billionth Skyrim glitch that has hit me, or should I just break my Skyrim disk and never purchase another Bethesda product?[[Special:Contributions/18.104.22.168|22.214.171.124]] 08:48, 27 January 2019 (UTC)
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