Asmodai wrote:Is it weird that I find bears to be a bigger threat than dragons?
Psh, I make minced meat out of them. The only thing I really fear now is the dragon priests.... I stumbled across three of them already and those bastards cause me to rage so much. I came across one by chance and the other two through quests....
I am so happy I crit with my sword otherwise I'd have died... more frequently anyway.
I love my destruction magic, it's so powerful now with the trait 'impact' that I can kill dragons with stupid ease. They start breathing fire? Impact stops that. They start trying to fly away? Impact stops that. Etc etc.
Tuor: Stuff is our resident, hot mess, alcoholic. Senel: Stuff is the patron saint of getting shitfaced. You replaced your organs with an engine that runs solely on alcohol. Tuor: You foolish fools, no one can tame the stuffaluffagus!
I have found, and slain, all of the dragon priests and taken their masks as my own. Once you collect all 8 masks you must return them to the pedistal in labyrinthia to retrieve to 9th and unworn mask of the dragon priests.
Finally figured out what you use the number keys/right-left on the d-pad for. Would still have preferred a system where you switch "sets" of spells/weapons, for both hands. It quite annoys me how cumbersome it is to switch from, say, double flame to sword and shield.
Dunmer. Best race for my warrior/rogue/FIRRREEEE IN YOUR FACE HAHAHAHA hybrid. Also managed to make a female that didn't look like complete ass.
Unprotip #1: When you're starting out, raising your combat skills fast is a priority. Since enemies are too scattered in many areas, the most efficient solution is to pick fights with city guards. Giants also work well since they have a lot of health.
Unprotip #2: Training is for wimps and nabs. So are Guardian Stones. Real men don't use them.