if i had to guess. im thinking
destruction magic into lightning based spells
being a werewolf
as for weapon style no idea
Last edited by GennGreymane; 2013-04-05 at 04:35 AM.
Here they are anyway:
Races: Imperial, Redguard, Altmer or Argonian
Defender Paladin: Light Weaponry(Longswords), Blocking(Heavy Shields), Heavy Armor, Archery(Longbows), Speechcraft(Positive shouts, strength in numbers), Restoration(Auras, Spirit Guide, Healing) Smithing(Heavy Armor), Alteration(Sunlight Blade and armor spells)
Justicar Paladin: Light Weaponry(Spellblade), Blocking(Wards), Heavy Armor, Destruction(Lightning element), Restoration(Auras, Healing, Wards, Curses), Enchanting, Alteration(Sunlight Blade and Armor Spells), Speechcraft(Positive Shouts)
Crusader Paladin: Heavy Weaponry, Blocking(no shield), Heavy Armor, Archery(Longbows), Restoration(Auras, Curses), Alteration(Sunlight Blade and Armor Spells), Smithing(Heavy Armor), Speechcraft(Harmful shouts)
Peacekeeper Paladin: Light Weaponry(Unarmed), Blocking(Heavy Shield), Heavy Armor, Restoration(Auras, Spirit guide, Healing), Alteration(Pushing, Pulling, sunlight blade, armor spells, utilities), Speechcraft (harmful and positive shouts, strength in numbers), Enchanting.
Last edited by Valenhil; 2013-04-06 at 03:37 AM.
Skyre's cool, but after breaking my save games for a third time, I gave up on it. Running a more or less vanilla run now with only some of the DLC (haven't gotten Dragonborn yet), and a few texture and UI mods.
Game actually runs worse with my new video card. I had to download a tool to force windowed full screen because normal full screen causes awful vertical stutter.
Reality is nothing; Perception is everything.
---------- Post added 2013-04-06 at 01:44 AM ----------
I learned something cool about a certain dragon who helps you
ITS A ME! Paarthurnax
Want to find the most optimized build to play the "dead-is-dead" game at legendary difficulty? There's such a massive fan following that you'll never run out of fun guides to play around with.
Originally Posted by High Overlord Saurfangi7-860 @2.8GHz | Radeon HD 7770 | 8GB DDR3-1333MHz | Corsair CX 430W |
Even though my xbox broke i have to say the conjuration/destruction high elf guy i made is working out pretty well. I almost never play a caster type guy in a console game.
ex: the fables and skyrim
But yeah its actually a lot of fun. I guess its also a bit easier since i actually know wht im doing + im playing on a t.v where I can actually clearly read stuff.... my t.v at home is that old blocky t.v (but it was awesome when i was a kid), i have a smaller toshiba t.v at my dorm, but it has the better quality.
The legendary updates were released for the consoles yesterday. I have to say that I am glad that they finally removed that stupid level cap altogether. Finally some love for us console guys too.
I actually love that you can basically make each skill legendary and thus reset it to 15 as often as you want. This also means that you gain more skill points and thus can max out every skill tree.
Is there anyone on the PS3 version who can tell me if the patch fixed the awful stuttering caused by Dawnguard? I'm away from my house and am unable to play it until next week.
So, I have a question, I just went back to Skyrim after a year and bloody love it with the Dawnguard and Dragonborn, now I just completed the Dawnguard story, but would really like to do the Vampire side as well Now, is there a mod that can reset my main quest or something like that Just don't want to level another character to see the other story
EDIT Found it! Can't wait to start that questline now
Last edited by Kurgath; 2013-04-11 at 10:02 PM.
So my main character is now level 555 thanks to the Legendary skills. I just had to create potions that allowed me to get to Alchemy lvl 100 with 1 created potion and reset the skill over and over.
<---- Proud Resto glitcher Yeah say what you want but I enjoyed doing the glitch on this character.
Oh and I play on the xbox so there are no console commands that allow me to change my level to 500000.