Elsweyr is a possible location and there's a lot of new stuff they can include if it takes place there.
What's on your mind?
Okay so before I say anything I have to express that this is only a RUMOR and hasn’t been actually proven YET. So keep your hopes down while you’re reading and I hope I’m not late to the party by saying this.
Netflix is rumored to be making an Elder Scrolls Adaptation. Yep, Bethesda and Netflix haven’t said anything yet about it so it’s only a rumor as of now and I can’t say whether or not it’s actually happening but I really hope it does. Now that that’s said and done(If you wanna learn more, which there isn’t much, you should look it up, and no I haven’t watched any of the YouTube vids on it) I really wanna hear your guys’ hopes and opinions!
Personally I hope that the Netflix series(Should it exist) takes place through different times during the seasons. Hopefully it will follow the natural order which would be ESO, Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and then Skyrim plus the minor games that don’t get much credit like Dawnstar and Legends and not to mention the two books based on the time before the Great War and after the Oblivion Crisis. However with that being said I honestly hope that it’s so much more than that.
My biggest hope for the Netflix Elder Scrolls series(Should it exist) is that we’ll see so much more than what we’ve seen in the games. It would be really cool if it just followed the Septim Dynasty or if it just followed from Ysgramor or Alessia and went on to the biggest heroes and famous people across the Elder Scrolls series ending at the Dragonborn, or even showing us future Protagonists as well. Either way, I have a very good feeling about the Elder Scrolls Netflix series(Should it exist)
Anyways I’d love to hear your guys’ hopes and opinions on the series if it comes to be true that Netflix will make the series. I know sometimes Netflix doesn’t do the best with certain adaptations but that’s almost exactly like expecting an Elder Scrolls or Fallout game to not have some bugs or glitches. Either way once again there’s no found proof that the series is in the making so let’s try not to get our hopes up
Least Favorite: Dragonborn... Don't get me wrong Dragonborn was a great DLC I loved exploring Solstheim and the side quests were really good but the thing that I did not like was the story. The story made me feel like I was on a marathon and it could get quite boring. Herma Mora is my favorite Daedric Prince but Apocrypha I did not like at all it felt like the same thing over and over again inside the Black Books. I did enjoy Black Book skills though.
Middle: Hearthfire... I love all of the added features on it to further immerse you into Skyrim like having kids and building your own house. The thing I did not like about it was the time and gold it takes to build a house. I debated putting this last but I remembered Dragonborn's story.
Favorite: Dawnguard... Dawnguard is without a doubt the best DLC due to you being able to join either the Vampires or the Dawnguard and Serana is unforgettable! Even though the missions are basically the same each side has it's own perks including advantages and disadvantages for each side. I always wanted to stay with Harkon while joining his court and even though I knew how it was going to go down (due to playing Dawnguard side first) I felt a sense of loyalty to Harkon.
Can I install/enable the Divine Cities - Premier City Overhaul mod mid-game or does it have to be a new game? Are the any other mods it is dependent on?
Hi guys, so I thought of an idea for a Spinoff game. Basically it's just online but offline as it let's you explore the whole of Tamriel in Single Player with various side quests to complete. Here is my idea
The Elder Scrolls: Journeys
Time period: Just after Talo's conquest in the beginning of the 3rd Era
Starting Location: Similar to the Mod "Live Another Life" you spawn in a dungeon cell, get to talk to a statue, and choose a Province and an exact location to start out in that province.
Hero: play as a Dragonborn, Shezarrine, or just a plain normal hero
Factions able to join:
Emperor Zero Cult
Knights of the Eight
Morag Tong (Can't Join Dark Brotherhood if joined)
Imperial Cult (Can't Join Tribunal Temple if Joined)
Dark Brotherhood (Can't join Morag Tong if joined)
College of Winterhold (Can't join Mage's Guild or Psjjic Order if Joined)
Mage's Guild (Can't join College of Winterhold or Psjjic Order if Joined)
Fighter's Guild (Can't Join Companions if Joined)
Order of the Black Worm
Tribunal Temple (Can't Join Imperial Cult if Joined)
Psjjic Order (Can't Join Mage's Guild or College of Winterhold if joined)
Houses of Morrowind (Including House Dagoth and you can only choose one!)
Crowns & Forebears (Can only choose one!)
Companions (Can't Join Fighter's Guild if Joined)
Gameplay: There will be Nudity and Sexual Stuff, Gore, Survival Mode, and Cursing with the options to turn each or one of these off. Players will get to explore all of Tamriel and talk to historical figures such as Tiber Septim himself! Each Faction will have a certain related side quest such as quelling Rebellions (Imperial Legion) Murdering (Morag Tong and Dark Brotherhood) Mercenary Work (Companions and Fighters Guild) and etc. There will also be multiple types of Khajiit and Argonions to play as. Plus like in Oblivion and Morrowind you will raise up and earn ranks in the factions even becoming the leader of many.
So what do you think?
I have all the ingredients I need to make a full daedric armor set from the forge in the college of winterhold. Only problem is I need 4 centurion dynamo cores, and I don't have those and I don't know where to get them. Any good Dwarven ruins that have a lot of Centurion Dynamo cores? It can be a quest mission too.
I’ve recently been watching the Hobbit and reading the Lord of the Rings and I’ve noticed there is a lot of influence on the games. For example, Thalmor soldiers wear the same golden light armor as the Elf’s in the Hobbit and Lord of the Rings, Whiterun and other cities are similar to cities in Lord of the Rings, and the region of Tamriel is similar to the middle earth. I like that there had been some influence on the games from Tolkien but I kinda want to have the same TES vibe from previous games. What are your thoughts on this?
I just joined this fandom, because i recently got into skyrim vr on psvr. i cjrrently am doing a kinda mage thing right now based around the bound weapons (no dagger, since i dont believe there aer dlc for the vr)
Morrowind: Vivec. People have sometimes complained that the
ES cities are too small, well Vivec has the exact opposite problem. It's too big. I keep getting lost, the merchents never have what I'm looking for, and I dread everytime I have to do work in that blasted city.
Oblivion: Anvil. I don't dislike the city, but it reminded me of a time I traveled in Scotland, and hated the whole trip because it rained all the time, and we were driving all the time. One of our stops was a town that looked quite similar to Anvil, so Anvil reminds me of an unpleasant vacation.
Skyrim: Markarth. The city gives off to many unpleasant vibes, the prison system is slavery, and I've been pulled over by the guards more times in Markarth then any other city.
Gimme some ideas!
To mod skyrim on playstation 4?
Hello! i am wanting to get skyrim and i have never played it before(or any elder scrolls game for that matter) and i was wondering what are some good mods(if any) to use on my first playthrough. (im on xbox one btw)
The following NPCs are going to be ranked on: their leadership, how they treat their faction, and their actions to help their faction, and their overall qualities as a role model.
Mercer: Honestly just a despicable and petty person. I pity him.
Astrid: Slightly better than Mercer but still unlikable nonetheless.
Savos: He’s a good leader who cares for his wizards, but goddamn is he oblivious.
Harkon: It’s fun to be evil but his entire faction is just a complete mess and so is he.
Parthuurnax: How does he provide the Greyborn’s wisdom if they know everything anyways? That’s a really dumb point but I still don’t really trust Parthuurnax. He’s a powerful dragon and could snap at any time. Although he’s just one, he has a lot of other dragons on his side and a lot of villages and mills are vulnerable to a dragon attack. Not to mention he still destroyed cities and killed innocent people, and one could argue that him helping you kill Alduin was just a selfish way to keep himself alive.
Delphine: I don’t exactly think Parthuurnax was a good guy but she’s just annoying and condescending in general. Like, she may have been in the right there, but the fact that she kicked us from the faction we started and put us in the position we were in is just annoying. Still, she created the Blades and provided a decent Questline
Isram: Has good motives for his actions, and can you really blame him for what he does.
Ulfric: He may be a racist, but he still cares for his soldiers to say the least and he’s an alright leader.
Neloth: Was a decently smart person who’s Questline and motives were reasonable.
Tullius: Ulfric without the racism part.
Kodlak: Yeah he’s pretty cool ig
A few uncompleted quests have been annoying me for a long time. I suspect bugs and want to try console commands either to complete or fail them. But first I need to know their quest IDs.
(1) "Speak to the Jarl of Whiterun" -- when I do so, he has nothing special to say and nothing is accomplished.
(2) A radiant quest from the Companions, unfinished for ages, which I cannot identify in my quest journal.
(3) Pick up an item to be enchanted from a woman on a ship in the Solitude docks whose door is locked. When I pick the lock and enter, she just complains "You're not supposed to be in here!" and doesn't give me the item.
The console command "showquesttargets" quickly gives output, but most of it scrolls out of sight immediately. Is there a way to see all the output, perhaps capturing output of console commands to a log file?
I’m playing Oblivion and I suddenly started getting CTDs with my game freezing for a moment before crashing. These happened to me before, quite rarely though, but now I can’t fight more than 3 enemies at once without crashing. It started after starting the Shivering Isles questline, namely the Better Mousetrap quest after which I’ve returned straight to Cyrodiil. However, when I went to kill Sybilla Draconis in the cave (I can’t remember the name, sorry), the game kept crashing. I thought this was location exclusive, so I’ve somehow beat the short dungeon and proceeded to the Skingrad Oblivion Gate where I had some bussiness. But my game KEEPS crashing. Is it something from my mod load order posted below or should I reload the save created just before entering the Isles and replay? I’d really like to play the questline, so I’m willing to disable any of my mods for the time being (and replace some forever if they’re conflicting). And no, it wasn’t happening in the Isles, but I wasn’t fighting there much.
My mod load order (in alphabetical order):
OBSE (Oblivion Script Extender)
Akaviri Battle Cat (V5.1 - black)
Akaviri War Dog
Arrows Weight Nothing (+Shivering Isles Add-on)
Children of Cyrodiil V1.1
Kvatch Rebuilt (+No More Burned Ground)
Nord Battle Wolf
Oblivion Character Overhaul V2
+All DLC CompatibilityPatches for OCO
OCO Better Martin and Adoring Fan
Realistic Player Dialogue Overhaul
T3al Marriage Tweak
Toaster Says Share&Recruit
(Worth mentioning that my TSS companion/husband followed me to the Isles and worked as normal without the Rumors dialogue option which returned after going back to Cyrodiil, but the animals didn’t.)
Before Skyrim and its trailer came out, what did you guys believe the location of the next TES game would take place? Ive heard that people were thinking the location would be Elsewyr. Also this is before the trailer for Skyrim came out because at that point, it was obvious we knew what game it was.
My PC wife is better at heavy armor so I have her don that. I use NFF so while adventuring she wears typical bulky heavy armor, but when entering a a city she switches to something not hiding her shape as much, but I think it's not very sexy at all. However! I'm much less interested into fantasy armor, in the style of a metal imbued with immense magic attracting all blows to the small metal parts.
Hopefully there's something sexy but functional already shared. Perhaps a figure-hugging chain-mail with some plates that reveal a large portion. I spent some time trying to find one in vain.
Please let me know of armors that might interest me.
If your say One Handed is at 100, and you continue slashing with said weapon, do you still get the overall XP or do you have to make it legendary to get overall XP?
Do you think a Silence spell is capable of preventing a Tongue/Dragon from using the Thu'um?
I think it won't work since the Thu'um is a form of Tonal Magic, rather than a traditional school of magic that relies on Magicka.
10-High Elves: I’ve never really met one I have actually liked, and I think that was Bethesda’s intention.
9-Redguards: I’ve met good NPCs that are Redguards like Jawann and Altair but I feel like they don’t make up for Nazeem, Ahlam, Falion, Fihada, and Amren. (Amren is cool but he raised an awful child.)
8-Nords: Most of them are racists but the ones that aren’t are pretty likable characters. Also Rolff drove this race to the ground.
7-Bretons: Bretons seem annoying at first but when I actually think about it I don’t really dislike any of them.
6-Imperials: Not too interesting but still cool.
5-Bosmer: They’re all pretty weak NPCs but they’re all super nice or interesting. Faendal and Malborn are good examples of this.
4-Orcs: Orcs are kind of insane, but they’re super overpowered and interesting. One of my favorite things to do in Skyrim was visiting each tribe and seeing how likable they can be. Ghorbash and Borgakh are two great followers that I couldn’t recommend more.
3-Argonians: Derkeethus is my all time favorite NPC in the game and it’s just overall nice to be able to help a friendly nearby Argonian. I’ve had no bad experiences with these guys.
2-Dark Elves: They have some of the best followers and most detailed characters out there. For example: Erandur, Aranea, and Brelyna. All of the bad experiences with these guys are made up with the good ones.
1-Khajiits: No need to explain. I would low key die to pet one of these. (Literally, they’d probably kill me afterwards.)
Well this is my ranking of races based on their NPCs, what about you guys?