I just started the Way of the Voice, and I got 'letter from a friend' from the Whiterun courier. Can somebody either tell me who this 'friend' is or give me tips on the 'Find the source of power in Angarvunde' objective? I'm really confused about why that's relevant to somebody telling me that they want to see me get better at Shouting.
What's on your mind?
Greetings, I am new to this wiki, hope I make some good friends and have a good time on this wiki. Any friendly advice?
Also I have a Black Door Riddle for you all, it’s written in my bio, feel free to comment what you think the answer is and I’ll see if any of you can answer correctly. Think about the kind of answers the other Black door riddles have, for example:
”what is the flavour of fear” ~ sublime
“what is the music of life” ~ silence
“what is life’s greatest illusion” ~ innocence
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Alessia found the First Empire. When she died, she was believed to become divine and worshipped. Then corruption happened and the First Empire dwindled.
Reman found the Second Empire. When he died, he was believed to become divine and worshipped. Then corruption happened and the Second Empire dwindled.
Talos found the Third Empire. When he died, he was SKYROCKETED with worshippers. Then corruption happened and the Third Empire dwindled.
However, come to think, Talos' empire was not much different from the last empires. They were all Dragonborn. Really, what made Talos virtually special was that Mede attempted to continue Talos' legacy (arguably succeeded or failed due to the Great War and Stormcloaks afterwards), unlike the previous ones which just "fell".
Whoever founds the Fourth Empire most likely must be a Dragonborn. Then when he/she dies, worshippers rise. And then corruption, and so on and so forth.
WTF Akatosh, can't keep your own men organized in time.
Okay, so in pretty much any video game that allows you to make a character, I like making my character as close to myself as possible. It's the same with Skyrim, but I wanna make a different character, but I don't know what to go for. Not to mention I can't get myself to start over because I've done it so many times and all the quests are tedious at this point. I feel kinda weird making other characters in games that aren't me in the universe. I don't know why. It's also the fact that there are so many scenarios I could try since Skyrim is an RPG. My sona in the game isn't really me by action. I've done every quest that has been given to me by evil gods just to get fancy stuff, I'm the leader of a group of assassins. I honestly feel like I wanna start over completely and match my sona to my actions. But then it'd be boring as hell and I'd feel obligated to do all the quests and everything to make it interesting.
I know it's a lot of information, so I'm sorry, but that's the best explanation of my problem I can give.
I just finished the mission where you go to the Western Watchtower with Irilleth and 4 Whiterun Guards to kill a dragon named Mirmulnir. He actually talks to you (says something I don't understand in dragon language first) then he flies around and says "No! You can't kill me!" and when you do he says "Dovahkiin! No!" This made me sad, knowing that the dragon was afraid to die. Is there a way to get past killing it or is it required that this dragon die?
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The use of levitation magic was banned throughout the Empire in 3E 421. Levitation magic was still used within Morrowind due to their self-rule while still being a part of the Empire.
In reality, BGS probably got rid of levitation magic because with Oblivion, they put the cities in separate cells and hid them behind walls and didnt want players to float over them to see no city.
Now that Hammefell (my guess for TES6) is no longer a part of the Empire, the Levitation Act no longer applies to them and they may allow its use if they desire to. With the Creation Kit getting a major update and extremely powerful console coming out, I believe there are two options for BGS to implement levitation magic into TES6.
1) Mages could use it on objects to create elevators. Imagine a big castle controlled by the mages faction in Hammerfell and rather than having to walk up stairs, there are stone slabs constantly floating up and down, waiting for someone to step on them and be taken to a different floor. It would be minor, but also help make the building stand as a clearly magic based place.
2) Same as Morrowinds. TES6 could very well allow for cities to be open and not require a loading screen to enter. This would also allow BGS to design dungeons with levitation in mind and allow secret chests for those who can cast it. It could also be combined with the first option too.
10 Votes in Poll
If the Dragonborn joins the Stormcloaks and takes over all of Skyrim, who will have alliances with them? For me, I believe Hammerfell would join them because of their hatred for the Thalmor and possibly Morrison’s because of the Dragonborn’s influence over Morris’s ruled Solthiem.
But can you call progress if you used mods and cheats to get there? And he says he got it fair and square.
2 Votes in Poll
I've completed the Bloodline quest and refused Harkon's offer. Which side I pick isn't supposed to matter and I should still be able to recruit Serana as a follower, so how do I find her? The wiki page says she can be recruited as a follower after being encountered.
28 Votes in Poll
Whare do you the argonion near the riften fishery all I see is guards
"Bring what I desire to earn your brew. Harvest the strongest creature in any delve for its exquisite flavor! Also guts. And a pumpkin. Almost as important."
Greetings, it is I with another weekly update! It's the last week of October, and indeed the week of Halloween, the one time of year when my username is somewhat festively appropriate, though perhaps that is a bit of a stretch. Or a lot of a stretch. Anyway, there is not a lot of news this week, but what news there is may still be of interest, including a neat (pun fully intended) feature coming to ESO's next Update, as well mention of the possibility of The Elder Scrolls VI becoming an Xbox exclusive.
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Last month, it was announced that Microsoft acquired ZeniMax Media for $7.5 billion. In an interview, Phil Spencer, VP of Gaming at Microsoft and head of Xbox, had this to say when asked: "Is it possible to recoup a $US7.5 ($11) billion investment if you don't sell Elder Scrolls VI on the PlayStation?"
"Yes. This deal was not done to take games away from another player base like that. Nowhere in the documentation that we put together was: ‘How do we keep other players from playing these games?’ We want more people to be able to play games, not fewer people to be able to go play games. But I’ll also say in the model — I’m just answering directly the question that you had — when I think about where people are going to be playing and the number of devices that we had, and we have xCloud and PC and Game Pass and our console base, I don’t have to go ship those games on any other platform other than the platforms that we support in order to kind of make the deal work for us. Whatever that means."
This is not necessarily an outright ‘yes, The Elder Scrolls VI will be an Xbox exclusive’, but it is not a ‘no’ either. However, he has also said "We'll take other consoles on a case-by-case basis."
This weekend's event is the King of the Hill gauntlet. The left Lane is a Fountain Lane, where creatures with two or less Power are granted a Ward, and the right Lane is the King of the Hill Lane, where creatures which cost five or more Magicka summoned there are given Guard. This event began on Friday and will end at 12pm ET on Monday, October 26.
In spirit of #TamrielTogether, ESO have published a short guide to joining a Guild. Using the Guild Finder, you can find one that's right for you, from Trading to Roleplaying or purely social. It's a great way of being part of the community.
In this new article, we get a preview of a feature coming with Update 28: Item Set Collection System. This system should help you better read which pieces of an Item Set you might still be missing and which you already have. Also, within this system, you can add almost all of your item sets to your Collections UI and free up storage space in banks, inventories, and coffers! If you want to know more about how this system works, there is an FAQ at the bottom of the article.
This actually occurred on the 13th of October, but it was not mentioned in last week's weekly update so I will mention it now; TES Wiki has been mitigated to the Unified Community Platform, known also as UCP. If you are unsure what this means, this page will have more information.
Some notable additions to the wiki from this week include:
There are no new Release Highlights or blog posts.
That appears to be all for this update. Have a fantastic week, and happy editing!
AWSOME! P.S I’m new anything to tell me?
Does anyone know of any mods that will help me accomplish this, also I have a PS4
I just want to sell vampire dust to them but I also want to be a vampire and I don’t know if they will attack me or if they will let me join them. Help please?
So I’m starting a new Skyrim play through and I’m realizing imperial armor looks weirdly similar to Roman Armor like general Tulius’s armor looks similar to Rome’s general’s armor and the imperial soldier armor looks like Rome soldier armor as well and if you don’t believe me who is someone who is obsessed with Rome than look up what their armor looked like.