• The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim V5: But there is one they fear - Dragon porn!
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[QUOTE=Tinter;33998858]I haven't. I LEATHER BRACES'D![/QUOTE] Well I HIDE BRACES'D.
[QUOTE=Meatpuppet;34001995]I'm moving my savegames from one folder to another; they don't work. The older ones do, the ones before the patches. They work fine. But my latest ones, from when 1.3.1 came out to now, just crash on load. Help?[/QUOTE]
I'm playing morrowind for the first time. How should I start? I got better bodies and faces and clothes mods to make it nicer, how should I start the game? For a first timer?
[QUOTE=BANNED USER;33999512]It's almost as if Bethesda didn't add any curve to experience in smithing, it should take 20 iron daggers to level up even at the start. The better and harder it is to craft the item, the more experience it should give.[/QUOTE] It's especially crazy cause they did do this with speech, and in doing so made that skill almost impossible to level. You'd probably have to sell over 1000 gold emerald necklaces to get speech to 100.
[QUOTE=Meatpuppet;34002920]meatpuppet[/QUOTE] there's been 9 posts between that post and the last post you made why did you feel the need to post it again
[QUOTE=stepat201;34002976]It's especially crazy cause they did do this with speech, and in doing so made that skill almost impossible to level. You'd probably have to sell over 1000 gold emerald necklaces to get speech to 100.[/QUOTE] At least it isn't like Oblivion's Mercantile Skill. 10000000+ arrows sold and counting.
[QUOTE=supfresh;34002243]Your best bet is to get a good meat-shield as a follower. Lydia is pretty good to use as a ranged/caster and is easy to get early on. (Try not to hurl too many area spells like Fireball and Ice Storm if she's in a fight.) Here's also a list of followers and their stats if you wanna pick anybody else. [URL="https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0Aly8njaU3H1adGJYTlJaUnRxRUN2RnM5MkxPaU1mQkE&toomany=true"]https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/lv?key=0Aly8njaU3H1adGJYTlJaUnRxRUN2RnM5MkxPaU1mQkE&toomany=true[/URL][/QUOTE] Damn that just spoiled the mystery of cicero for me.
[QUOTE=eternalflamez;34000021] At the bottom of your screen, about 2/3 from the left, there is a %. If it sais 0% chance, then you can't pickpocket it.[/QUOTE] the fuck how do i keep missing this shit
[QUOTE=postal;34003522]the fuck how do i keep missing this shit[/QUOTE] Well your eyes are facing two different directions, so that could be your problem.
Is it bad that all my companions are dead? [editline]2nd January 2012[/editline] And does anyone else like to run naked across tables knocking off all the food?
[QUOTE=leontodd;34004127] Anyone else like to run naked across tables knocking off all the food?[/QUOTE] No, That would be very unorganised and messy.
I wish Delvin and Vex let you choose which city your job was in.
Three playthroughs and I finally found out why there isn't a carriage in Falkreath. [thumb]http://i.imgur.com/1ewRz.jpg[/thumb] Sigh, so much potential ruined by turning it into a golden nanosuit. Why texture modders. Why. [thumb]http://static.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/images/4818-3-1325247104.jpg[/thumb][thumb]http://static.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/images/4818-4-1325247104.jpg[/thumb] It's cool and all, it just doesn't fit with the games aesthetic.
[QUOTE=leontodd;34004127]Is it bad that all my companions are dead? [/QUOTE] Is your name Zaeed by any chance?
[QUOTE=JCDentonUNATCO;33994362]I wish there were more unique clothing and weapons. I don't even care about the bugs anymore, they almost add a certain charm to the game now. My biggest complaint is the lack of unique items. There's not even a unique bow. In Fallout 3 and Oblivion (And New Vegas) I could occasionally stumble across some hidden place or fight a neat boss and get a cool weapon or piece of armor and it felt amazing, even if it wasn't even better than what I had. I would hang that shit on a wall and be proud because its the only one of its kind. Yeah in Skyrim there are plenty of weapons you get from Deadric Princes but the majority aren't even new, since the Deadric Princes pretty much pass them down and our Oblivion and maybe even Morrowind characters had them. There's a lot less variety. I know with Enchanting everyone can pretty much have their own custom loot, but its just not the same. Honestly, I could not get into it. I tried hard but the lack of voice acting, the brown and gray colors, and horrible combat system turned me off. I can appreciate it for what it was, but it's hard to get into unless you heavily mod it, even more so than Oblivion. I'm not sure of the steam price, but it's got to be cheap enough to still warrant a buy.[/QUOTE] Couldn't agree more. It was fun in Oblivion to go around and have my own special sword that only I would use, instead of some generic broadsword or whatever. In Skyrim we get a few unique weapons, like Ebony Blade and Mace of Molag Bal, which both (particularly the mace) look like something off of Skyrim Nexus.
I'm so sneaky I sneak killed a dragon. Walked behind the word wall where it was sitting and did 15x damage to its tail. It flew around for a bit then landed, I repeated this. Only took 3 hits.
[QUOTE=NoShogun;34004564]Couldn't agree more. It was fun in Oblivion to go around and have my own special sword that only I would use, instead of some generic broadsword or whatever. In Skyrim we get a few unique weapons, like Ebony Blade and Mace of Molag Bal, which both (particularly the mace) look like something off of Skyrim Nexus.[/QUOTE] Yeah it's streamlined so much. Probably gonna buy it for PC once the DLC is out and there are mods that make it more in-depth.
people always say earth instead of nirn
[QUOTE=Darth Hater;34004269]Sigh, so much potential ruined by turning it into a golden nanosuit. Why texture modders. Why. [thumb]http://static.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/images/4818-3-1325247104.jpg[/thumb][thumb]http://static.skyrimnexus.com/downloads/images/4818-4-1325247104.jpg[/thumb] It's cool and all, it just doesn't fit with the games aesthetic.[/QUOTE] I like the color scheme, but those high-tech metals should be removed and replaced with something more traditional. Ebony, maybe?
[media]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2d1kGdchIZo[/media] funy skyram
What are staves good for? Are they something most people abhor?
[QUOTE=Cone;34004728]I like the color scheme, but those high-tech metals should be removed and replaced with something more traditional. Ebony, maybe?[/QUOTE] It looks too clean. All the other armor in skyrim is a little pitted and scarred from battle and forging. Although it's not a stretch to say the dwarves came up with some sort of super metal, it still looks out of place. I agree with you on the high tech material look. Maybe it's because of the unexplained two toned metal and shiny surface.
Vorstag is such a letdown. he looks like Ahnold/Conan incarnate, but when he opens his mouth nothing but terrible wispy voice acting comes out "divinshes shmile on you, frheind" [editline]2nd January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=DiscoInferno;34004792]What are staves good for? Are they something most people abhor?[/QUOTE] They are a good sidearm for pure mages, or you can just give powerful staves to shitty companions like Lydia and they'll be a walking apocalypse. Their effeciency is affected by the corresponding magic skill, so destruction staves are great for people skilled in destruction.
It's January 2012, where is creation kit?
[QUOTE=NoShogun;34004564]Couldn't agree more. It was fun in Oblivion to go around and have my own special sword that only I would use, instead of some generic broadsword or whatever. In Skyrim we get a few unique weapons, like Ebony Blade and Mace of Molag Bal, which both (particularly the mace) look like something off of Skyrim Nexus.[/QUOTE] Does this game really have less unique loot than Oblivion? I feel like both games have little. Off the top of my head the only non-Daedric unique weapon I remember from Oblivion is Umbra.
[QUOTE=supfresh;34001958]Makes the end fight anti-climactic. Not that it was all that epic anyways. [editline]1st January 2012[/editline] Summons aren't leveled. But Duplicate Atronachs makes it lulz.[/QUOTE] Then Conjuration has no point does it? If they can be dropped at the tip of a hat, then what's the point.
Once again the Skyrim guide has saved me from quest glitches. It has made my life 110% easier. It makes me feel bad, just looking at it.
[QUOTE=Jurikuer;34005255]Then Conjuration has no point does it? If they can be dropped at the tip of a hat, then what's the point.[/QUOTE] Dremora Lords.
[QUOTE=CaptainDraco;34002970]I'm playing morrowind for the first time. How should I start? I got better bodies and faces and clothes mods to make it nicer, how should I start the game? For a first timer?[/QUOTE] 1) lose better faces, default faces look better. Get the morrowind code path and unofficial path for a tonne of bug and gameplay fixes. Search around, the mod selection for MW is gigantic. 2) Focus on 1 or 2 combat skills, 1 close-up (long or short blade, axe, blunt), 1 longer distance (marksman, spear etc.). Add some magic if you are going a wizardly route, or some stealth and security for a thief. If you try to spread your skills in morrowind you will end up useless in everything. 3) Join whatever guild you most fit in with, and progress to get loot and such, later on join one of the great houses, all are good options, though each are geared somewhat to particular types. Hlaalu is thievish, Redoran is warriorish, Telvanni is mageish. There is also the Morag Tong (assasins), Imperial Cult and Legion, Tribunal Temple, East Empire Company and the 3 vampire clans (beware that if you progress to a certain point in the fighters guild you won't be able to join the thieves and vice-versa I think, just a heads-up). The guilds all have a buttload of quests to do, I don't think I've ever finished the majority of them. 4) The main story is good, but a long haul, and you will often have to stop to work on your skills in order to easily progress. 5) Explore and enjoy I suppose
[QUOTE=stepat201;34005056]Does this game really have less unique loot than Oblivion? I feel like both games have little. Off the top of my head the only non-Daedric unique weapon I remember from Oblivion is Umbra.[/QUOTE] Oblivion seems to at least have a lot more unique weapons. Seems like the only ones you can get in Skyrim are the Daedric Prince ones.
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