Neverwinter Nights Mac Cheats

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To access cheats in Neverwinter Nights, press the “~” key (no need to hold down Shift) and you’ll see a “›” appear in the top-left corner of the screen, followed by a blinking cursor. Enter “DebugMode 1” (without the quotes) and you’ll see the word “Success.” To enter codes, simply press the “~” key and type a code. When you see “‹number›” after a code, replace it with a numerical value (if you see a space between the code and “‹number›,” make sure you include it).
All the codes, including the command “DebugMode 1,” are case sensitive, so remember that.

The Codes:

dm_giveXP: Level up.

dm_givegold: Give yourself 6,837,288 gold pieces.

dm_cowsfromhell: Summon several devil cows to attack everyone around you (warning: the cows will attack your henchman as well as any innocents hanging around, which will nudge your alignment toward evil (if you didn’t select that alignment already)).

dm_allspells: Give yourself all available spells.

dm_god: Enter god mode (nothing can kill you).

dm_heal: Heal yourself.

dm_mylittlepony: Try it; it’s funny.

dm_modifyCHA ‹number›: Add points to your charisma score.

dm_setCHA ‹number›: Set your charisma at a certain score.

dm_modifyCON ‹number›: Add points to your constitution score.

dm_setCON ‹number›: Set your constitution at a certain score.

dm_modifyDEX ‹number›: Add points to your dexterity score.

dm_setDEX ‹number›: Set your dexterity at a certain score.

dm_modifyINT ‹number›: Add points to your intelligence score.

dm_setINT ‹number›: Set your intelligence at a certain score.

dm_modifySTR ‹number›: Add points to your strength score.

dm_setSTR ‹number›: Set your strength at a certain score.

dm_modifyWIS ‹number›: Add points to your wisdom score.

dm_setWIS ‹number›: Set your wisdom at a certain score.

dm_spawncreature: Adds a creature to your party (you can only have one at a time).

GiveLevel ‹number›: Puts your character at the specified level (you will have to go through the level up process until you reach it).

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