Do you guys ever hate it when you can't marry a certain person in skyrim . comment in the chat what is that one person you'd wish to marry in skyrim
What's on your mind?
So this question is inspired by a recent post asking about mundus' solar system and the only figures in this system are Nirn, the planets that the divines make up, The sun (where magnus went to aetherius) the stars (where the rest of the magna ge reteurned to aetherius) and secunda and masser (Lorkhans body) all of these bodies have a diety associated as their body. But who is Nirn? Lorkhans heart being in red mountain makes me think it'd be Lorkhan but can Lorkhan really make up secunda, masser, and Nirn? If it isnt Lorkhan then who?
In order for someone to be able to light the Dragonfires and wear the Amulet of Kings, they have to be Dragonborn (have dragon blood).
Do you think dragons (who have dragon blood) would be able to wear the Amulet of Kings/light the Dragonfires?
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None enter the gate. Trade outside of the walls.
This is the fate of all Khajiit caravans in Skyrim, from Riften to Solitude. At first, we see what appears to be blatant discrimination and unwarranted accusation, but perhaps there’s more to that story...
Should you choose the path of the thief, you quickly come to realize, firsthand, that the Khajiit caravans actually DO deal in everything the Nords accuse them of. Stolen goods, shady wares, drugs....
Which brings us to our discussion:
1) Are the Nords right to ban the Khajiit caravans from the cities? Why or why not?
2) Is it just blatant, racial discrimination despite the fact that they definitely deal in illegal merchandise?
3) Is there anything that either the Nords OR the Khajiit could do to help mediate the situation, politically speaking?
Distinguishing motive holds the key here. Especially when a group are told to take their Business Elsweyr 😉
Which TES game would be the best for playing as a mage? Morrowind seems to have the most spells but no natural regeneration. Skyrim isn't very diverse with its spells etc. TES 3, 4, or 5?
Ahh companions . they are pretty helpful in some situation . there are alot of companions in the game actually my favorite companion is j'zargo because he is a fun character to play with because he levels up with you and he is there with you throughout it all and he can get very powerful as you level up . comment in the replies what is your favorite companion .
I'm making my Skyrim sona a wholesome badass because of shipping reasons and if you know what a wholesome badass is, what personality traits would my sona have and what would she do in general(quests, her class, her skills, factions, etc)
Any help would be appreciated.
Here is another item background, for my character's shield.
Witherbane was once wielded by a great Nord Hero named Kaigarr Ebon-Hammers. The shield had more than once saved his life from arrows and swords but he could never shield what would happen next. He was killed by an assassin who also stole Witherbane. The assassin disappeared, but there were rumors that he had been killed by another Nord hero. Finn Wolf-Heart heard whispers of an immensely powerful shield, hiding in a missing Nord burial ground. He started an excavation of an area outside of Markarth. The first month was very unsuccessful because half of the workers left because they did not want to keep digging. Finn looked at the others that had stayed and said very casually, "More pay for everyone." this made the workers try extra hard and after a few more days they finally hit stone.
The next day the workers were able to unearth the door allowing Finn to go inside, the ruin was only one room, with a huge amount of Draugr all shambling around. He started to climb very quietly up a pillar with candle slots as handholds, he then pulled out his crossbow Dragon Wing and was able to kill every Draugr in the room without alerting them. Suddenly, a coffin in the middle of the room popped open revealing a very powerful-looking draugr, along with the shield.
The draugr instantly saw Finn up on the pillar and shouted at him throwing Finn off of the pillar, with the intent to kill. Finn sprung to his feet instantly and shouted back "STRUN BAH QO" the whole room erupted in a lightning storm allowing Finn to daze the druagr. He charged forward with Blackheart and swung in a whirlwind of speed and fury, but was unable to get through Witherbanes thick walls. The Draugr swung back and Finn dodged under his mace and slid through its legs, stabbed him through the back, and proceeded to pull the sword down ripping a huge hole through his back.
He took Witherbane and left.
P.S. The enchantments of this Shield Are fortify block 50% and Resist magic by 50%
This seems to be a treacherous quest. In an earlier game, I used it when a follower was with me. He was injured and left my service at an inconvenient time.
So this time, I asked him (Erik the Slayer) to wait at a distance and used several of Jzargo's scrolls on draugr. I am by now also at a high level myself, so the scrolls did little damage to me. However, proceeding a little further, I found Faendal dead on the floor of the dungeon. I should have restarted the game from the moment I entered the dungeon, which was about equidistant from Windhelm and Hjeljarken.
The strange thing is that Faendal is/was my steward far west at Windstad, so he had no business being in this dungeon at all. Just losing a beloved former follower is bad enough, but worse, stewards cannot be replaced. I was not successful in resurrecting him. Upon emerging from the dungeon and fast-traveling to Hjeljarken, a courier greeted me informing me of Faendal's death.
Has something like this happened to you? What is the explanation?
I am curious and regretful enough about this to go back and replay, but this means redoing a whole evening of Skyrim. Lesson: save more often! You never
Know what will happen.
so, i had lydia as a housekeep for hearthfire dlc, and i wasnt using her as a follower. at my hafingaar house, i had bandits runnin up on me so i used strun bah qo. i FUCKING KILLED LYDIA. kms. i hate storm call. guess i'm gonna find someone who can make decent canis root tea. #LydiaIsNordicVarona
Have you guys ever seen a bug that makes you depressed? 'Cause I did.
At first I thought that it was caused by the mods I had installed for Serana, one to be able to marry her after Dawnguard was finished and other that changes her combat style, giving her new abilities, spells and even an unique sword. I deleted that save, btw. Just gave up on it.
But in this new save it happened again: I simply can't get the special jobs from Delvin AT ALL. Everything was going well, I had already done my first special job in Solitude for Erikur, and since the next closest one was in Whiterun (I keep count of the side jobs) I decided to go for them. After I completed the fifth quest in Whiterun, nothing happened. Tried to complete 1 or 2 more side jobs and nothing changed. After that I did some research and found out that, on PS4, Dialogue Bug Fix and, believe it or not, the USSEP are the ones that can cause this bug. I didn't dare to disable USSEP so I just tried to disable the first one and nothing changed. The worst part is: if this bug came back, that means that another similar bug is sure to come back, too, and I won't be able to become the new lord of the Volkihar Clan. Two of my favorite titles ripped from me AGAIN.
Is the word fondling against the rules? what did i do wrong
After a lot of grinding in the major cities and finally having acquired a full arsenal of illusion, restoration, and alteration spells, I decided that my pacifist character was at last ready to face the dangers of Skyrim, focusing on Nordic ruins since undead are the only enemies my character doesn't mind killing.
I wasn't sure how I'd go against bosses such as dragon priests and the Gaulderson brothers using only my fists to do damage, but it's turned out very well.
All types of draugr I can simply paralyze and go to town on them with my fists. Sure it's not the fastest way to kill them, but with fortify unarmed enchantments and the Fists of Steel perk I can kill a draugr deathlord fairly quickly, and for groups of draugr I use Frenzy or Mayhem so I don't have to take them all out myself.
Dragon priests are immune to paralyze but are not immune to fear. I cast Rout on Vokun, chased him into a corner, and pounded him into dust.
This build is turning out to be lots of fun 😊
This is my 9th Skyrim playthrough i think, but I have a question that's been bugging me. There are 4 potions of waterwalking in Raven Rock Mine that you can find during The Final Descent quest, but i found just three of them.. i've checked the exact locations on this wiki and uesp, still i managed to find just three.. i really have no idea where that one last potion is, do u guys know where it is?
I even went to load earlier save just before doing the quest and i made sure i didn't miss anything but heck... 3 of them, again..
In the beginning of skyrim, once I got to the part where me and rolaf have to sneak from the bear, I decided to grind sneak. The only way to do it is u have to crouch behind rolaf and make he doesn't move. Also u have to use a dagger for it to make it faster.
Is Nirn a planet? If it is are there other planets in the "solar system"?
Is there any strategy to make this weapon actually useful? 'Cause unless you're some kind of dungeon enthusiast, it's nothing more than a pretty blade to put at a plaque or display case. At first I thought that it was like "kill 12 dudes (creatures) and this weapon will change into a new form" (like the Ebony Blade but literally speaking this time). But no, it just gets a new enchantment that wears off once the sword changes from one form to the other.
Thank the Nine that I got this thing for free.
Blackheart is a sword that I made specifically for one character, and I wanted to do a backstory on it.
Blackheart was found on the body of a dead adventurer. The adventurer had a journal naming that he had found the sword, but upon looking he could not find it. Later he found a riddle etched to the wall, "Ye who disturb here, may find the Sword." He tried to make loud noises and stomp around but finally, on his 6th day of trying to solve the riddle he burned down a humongous tree, but inside was the sword. He pulled it out of the burning tree carcass, and upon doing so he released at least ten spriggans who were angry with his defilement.
The sword lay in the grove for about 100 years, abandoned, until, Finn Wolf-Heart came, he single-handedly slew the spriggans, and found the sword glowing laying in the dirt with vines claiming it, from then on Finn Wolf-Hearts power was unmatched by any warrior, until he met Still-Waters.
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