Man those Elder dragons can be a bitch if you have to fight them alone. Even with my leveled up bows and bow damage potions it can sometimes be a challenge...and I love that. Dragons should be a bitch to kill.
And thanks to you McQueen I'm back on the main plot missions lol. It had been so long before I did that Wall quest that I don't even remember the two companions that helped me out with that. I have no clue where I met them. haha
Location: highway jammed with broken heroes on a last chance power drive
Re: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Discussion Thread
Was it Delphine (WONDER WOMAN!) and Esbern (or whatever that old guys name is)? I think you go to Karthspire or something like that in the Reach. I remember because thats as far as i've gotten with the main quest.
Originally Posted by McQueen
Shepard. Do you think Cody and BigCal are secretly soulmates?
Yep it was those two. They sent me on a mission to find a new and seldom used Word power... that path was pretty cool and I got to meet one of the more interesting NPC's of the game.
Also here's my recommended skill point usages I promised from earlier to help with potion making and enchanting.
Enchanting Tree - All Five levels of Enchanter, Insightful Enchanter, Corpus Enchanter, Extra Effect. --- that Extra effect skill allows you to put two enchantments on the same item which is cool.
Alchemy - This is the most important tree for making potions. All Five Levels of Alchemist, Physician and then Benefactor. That's all I have an need really.
The enchanting tree skills are important in making fortify enchanting gear which helps make the potions you create more powerful.
There are ways to quickly build up your Alchemy levels if anyone needs that. Also there are very quick ways to build up Smithing levels if anyone needs that just let me know.
In the Smithing tree I recommend you go around the right side to Daedric Smithing and then hit Dragon Armor. Plus make sure you hit the middle skill there which is Arcane Blacksmith which allows you to improve magical weapons and armor. Of course once you go along in the game magical weapons and armor are the only type you use so that's very important.
oh good...that'll bump your smithing up very quickly. Also if you get alot of petty soul gems you can bump up your enchanting quickly by enchanting all of those iron daggers using petty souls.
What I did was buy all the petty soul gems I could when I came to a vendor that had them. I fill them and then enchant garbage weapons apparel with them and it quickly bumps up your enchanting skill. Also disenchanting weapons is a great way to build up your enchanting skill.
Plus anything like that that you enchant, even with a petty soul gives you more gold when selling them. More gold you can use to buy more petty souls to enchant more items.