To do so, open the console, click on the offending object, and type “disable”; then close the console, reopen it (do not click on anything else) and type “setdelete 1” to get rid of it completely.
With this done, you can then remove the persistent spell safely by typing in the console “player->removespell uvi_tower_lev_s” for the slippers, or change the s to a b for the belt.
If you can’t find a doubled reference, it’s also possible you’re using an earlier (bugged) version of the RoHT add-on. Because I packaged all add-ons in a separate add-ons folder, it’s easy to miss upgrading it during install. Make sure you update it to the latest version.
If you’re using the MWSE add-on, this pre-greeting system is no longer necessary. The uvi_rockused variable should be automatically set back to 0 to stop the pre-greetings for good.
If ( GetDisabled )
; SetDelete 1
When you save the fixed esp, make sure to redate it in Wrye Mash so your load order doesn’t change. You may also want to clean the cell Uvirith’s Tomb from your save (not the mod) using Enchanted Editor. If none of this solves the problem, please contact me for further trouble-shooting.
More likely, I’ve noticed mesh problems with certain replacers. For example, up until it was fixed, Souly Soulgems (a fantastic mod) used to cause all the greater soulgems to float. All cells in UL were constructed with no mesh replacers installed, so all placement is based on the original meshes.
It should take well over a month for this to happen. If it happens sooner than this, please contact me about it.
You can either open the console, select Gavyn, and “Set FaceFix to 1”, or open his inventory and give him a light armor helmet. This should fix the problem.
For the gems, you might have a cursed or modded gem on hand. Try finding a regular one.