Oh I'll have to try that, I stopped doing Thieves Guild after the first quest so that I could continue other quest lines
The lore behind it, and your rise through power, is much more fleshed out than the other guilds. In the Dark Brotherhood, College of Winterhold, and Companions, you just follow the questline and are just handed the leadership title. With the Thieves guild, you actually have to earn it.
One of my favorite series. The Sheogorath fights were pretty great.
yep being a thief is awesome and so easy in this game. they just need to remove magica since melee characters rarely have stamina problems compared to mages who have magica problems all the time.
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Depends on what you do. If you max out enchanting, you can get your gear to reduce magicka costs for two different spells of casting. I have a battlemage that wears dragonplate armor with a beige hood, and my restoration and destruction spells don't cost anything.
Another solution is using the atronoch stone plus the atronoch perk in the alteration tree. The character I created with that is essentially an anit-mage, able to withstand sustained enemy magic attacks by absorbing them to replenish her magicka while hitting them with chain lightning and incinerate.
Additionally, with the Aetherium Crown from the quest added in the Dawnguard DLC, you can have two standing stone abilities at the same time. I put the Apprentice stone on it, so the magicka regeneration hit you take from the Atronoch stone is effectively negated, in addition to the increased magicka absorbtion you would get from fire attacks thanks to the weakness to fire that the Apprentice stone gives. It's a really effective combo for tackling enemy magick users.
The best scenario I had was when I was in a cave with about 5 lightning mages, all hitting me with lightning spells. I never took any damage, and I basically had infinite magicka.
What is your fav shout btw?
I just can't decide between Yol and Fus, but I think I need to finish Yol with 1 more word, because it is lackluster now.
PC got Hearthfire last night. 5 bucks on Steam. Still no word on a PS3 version for either DLC.
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I really like the way the DB was handled. You are the chosen one and that works because the DB is as much a religion as a faction. And you're the one who brings it back to glory in perhaps the most impactful way an assassin can, killing the fucking emperor!
A question if I may, I know this might have been responded before but looking for it in an almost 300 page thread is a bit much, is there an unoficial mod that fixes stuff like there was for Oblivion?
That Gildergreen Tree is annoying me a lot, I got a new seed but the old tree didn't go away so now I have this beautiful branches sticking out of this dead tree...
So, obviously, looking for more... scenery bug fixers, like the tree and having the Ghostblade actually sit in a weapons rack (right now it just flies away on the side no matter from what side I put it, on weapon plaque it sometimes sits like stuck on the right in the wall, which looks like crap) and so on.
I felt the guild quest lines was alot shorter in skyrim compared to oblivion. Especially the mages/college one. Apart from that, i got countless chars between my pc/xbox around the level 50 mark. Usually get distracted around that level and make a new char ha
It is in every player of the PC version of Skyrim's interest to peruse the top 100 mods on Skyrim Nexus.
The mods do add so much to the game.
Sir Robin, the Not-Quite-So-Brave-As-Sir-Lancelot.
Who had nearly fought the Dragon of Angnor.
Who had almost stood up to the vicious Chicken of Bristol.
And who had personally wet himself, at the Battle of Badon Hill.