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  • Probably a dumb question. Just to be sure.. is there any real difference regarding safety between a chest and a safe inside your house? I guess not, right?

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    • No theres no difference.

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    • There is no difference with what they do but a safe is for the upper classes and the chests are for Peasants 

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    • Alduin1996 wrote:
      There is no difference with what they do but a safe is for the upper classes and the chests are for Peasants 

      Good point. I don't want the other Lords to think I'm a filthy peasant.

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    • It would of been interesting to see if those two different containers played a more funtional role.  Lets say Safes are harder or completely safe (no pun intended) from robberies that could take place in your home while chest can be broken into, resulting in you tracking down the robber & or doing something to prevent future robberies of your home, just like a random encounter.  

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    • Safes would be able to protect your items because of the lock mechanic. However the chest just have a normal lock on them so it would be easy to open with a lockpick. You could easily smash the lock in real life 

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    • I keep all my legendary equipment and Daedric artifacts inside of sacks, next to the dead body of the Emperor. Other times I keep them inside of Nazeem's pocket if I'm feeling saucy,

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    • Both safes and chests are dangerously obvious locations of valuables.  On the other hand, no one expects to find a full armory inside an apothecary satchel.

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    • I have Hearthfire, and it makes my OCD happy that I have so many containers to arrange my stuff in, as well as all those weapons racks to show off my weapons instead of putting them in a container where they wouldn't realistically fit... :) 

      Locks aren't as easy to smash in real life as you might think, unless it was a lousy lock to begin with.

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    • The locks at my secondary school were rubbish. All you needed was a brick to open it. 

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