Not yet, but there's likely to be a respec mod at some point.
I hope that they attach a cool gameplay element to it, like a quest and/or an item to find or create to respec
I need a better name wrote:
Trigger a courier event, deliver a letter stating "We have received word of your... adventures and could use someone with your particular talents. Please report to _name of alchemy shop_ if you're interested in helping progress science far into the future."
When you arrive, you have a dialogue option for "I'm here to progress science." and the screen fades out. Fade in to you sitting at an inn, the note is removed from your inventory and there is a note on the table along with a book. The note thanks you for your assistance but says that unfortunately, due to the highly secretive nature of the project, your memories had to be wiped. However, as thanks for your assistance, they have left you the book of knowledge that will help you pick up the pieces of your life. Your levels and magicka/stamina/health have all been reset to 100 and you have no perks available.
When you read the book you have an option to increase any skill (since they've been reset to your race's defaults) five points. The normal level up process would trigger when you get enough skill ups and you would more or less be on the honor system to only skill up enough to catch up to your previous level.
I think that's the easiest method with no voice acting, pretty simple scripting and hopefully, little breakage. Now to learn how to code it all up when the creation kit comes out.
That sounds... amazing
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Has anyone tried to level Alchemy? I started thinking that it would be a lot like Smithing (Create a ton of iron daggers and call it a day) but it is SO SO much slower. I have went around to every city in Skyrim buying all of the reagents at least 4 times now, and I have only gone from 40 to 50