This game still amazes me , its a damn masterpiece. There are so much things you can play around with , builds , roleplay , freeroam , its like neverending game . To add to that i found this website that some of you might not know , though i think its very unlikely cause its very popular now , but anyways if you dont know about it i strongly suggest you to go there to look for builds , it improved my gameplay or rather enjoyability of it greatly . http://theskyrimblog.ning.com/group/character-building
. At first it might be confusing but there are two things ,you can look through builds yourself (Legendary ones are the "best") or you can register on the website and ask for suggestions from people here below http://theskyrimblog.ning.com/forum/...ge=90#comments Just ask there and as far as my experience goes they reply really fast and will suggest you really great builds/will give advice on them . Sorry if you all knew about this but as i said this site made me enjoy this game a lot more , right now im playing as Alik'r , hell lot of fun .
Still not bought any DLC yet, which one's better out of Dragonborn and Dawnguard?
I know, thanks to Seph's awesome deal thread, that they'll be having a day of Skyrim and Oblivion DLC on offer. So maybe you can pick both of them up on that day. They could be half price, so get two for the price of one.
But if you're only interested in getting one then I'd say get Dragonborn. You get a whole new island to explore, part of the Morrowind world. The quest line is a lot of fun to do and teh Black Books that you hunt for give you some pretty interesting effects to change. Like I could take away my perk points for a selected Skill Tree, one which I hadn't used in a while like Block and place them somewhere else.
Dawnguard does give you the ability to change into a Vampire Lord and give you perks for it, same with the Werewolf. Also has two sides to the questline so you get to choose who to side with. You also learn more about the Snow Elfs(Falmer - Blind creatures living underground).
So looks like Dragonborn is coming to PS3 next month so according to this article means Dawnguard and Hearthfire should just be weeks away. I havent touched my PS3 version in months which sucks cuz I had good characters on their including an awesome vampire one. I love Skyrim prob one of my fav games ever but only dlc I would buy is Hearthfire.
PS3 users should def get some deal or just get DG and Hearthfire free.
* playing now lol. I love having frost and fire resistent armor on and seeing a fire mage and frost fighting in the wild. Killed the fire and was just walking at the frost mage who kept backing up and using Ice Storm. Barely even phased me, was better that I decapitated him. I felt badass kinda like in Superman Returns where guys are shooting him and he just kept walking to them.
Guys i have a question for those who have any of the dlcs . Is it worth getting them if you are low level ? Cause im planning to buy those on PC but im not sure if i should do it now or later as im only level 14 or 15 now .
Just get em. Idk if you have to be a certain lvl to start the quests of the dlc but atleast youll get the other additions the dlcs came with like Vampire and Werewolf tree and new weapons and armor plus some new locations.
Was just thinking this now, I freaking love Skyrim lol. Just how you can op later on but only way thats possible is through hard work. whether its getting money for training, using the magic you want to focus on or the weapons and armor you wanna focus on or just mining to your get smithing skill up. You have to spend hours upon hours to get strong. ive played similar rpg games and I think Skyrims leveling system is the best. I just felt satisfied when fighting a Dragon Priest yesterday. Its blowing me up with fire attacks then I just switch all my gear all made by me and those attacks dont do shit :
If you want a challenge dont kill the wearbears before they transform. They are so easy to kill in their human form but are ruthless after transforming especially its the usual pack of them.
No, not really. The pacifist/diplomat builds are very common in RPGs and among the most popular ones. Unfortunately, in Sykrim it's impossible to pull it off because quests are very linear and usually never branch out. In other RPGs, like for instance Fallout 1, 2 or New Vegas, where every quest has around 5-6 completely different ways of playing out, the diplomat build is awesome to RP.