What’s the best way to make a house for a two handed heavy armor warrior, like what rooms to add
What's on your mind?
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Wouldn’t it be cool if there were enchanted bread?
Which contracts given to you by Nazir do you feel bad about. In my opinion, killing Narfi makes me depressed because he is helpless and just wants his sister Reyda back?
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Hearthfire allows players to enjoy the small things in life. A house with a loving spouse and sweet children, some parental responsibility, etc. I would like for these features to not only be present in 6, but expanded upon.
While some have suggested that you should have the option of being a biological parent, I've got a few ideas of my own.
If you travel with someone long enough, but don't offer them an Amulet of Mara, they may turn the tables and make the offer to you. In other words, your game spouse could just as easily propose to you and you could to them.
Helping children you DON'T adopt find adoptive parents. One frustration I have with Hearthfire, is that you can only adopt 2 children. I adopted Lucia and Sophia because I found them first, but I know that there are other children in Skyrim who need a good home and loving parents. So if you have 2 children, and you find another orphan or abused child, you could work with the settings Orphanage to help them find a new home and loving adoptive parents.
Quests to find cures. Occessionally, your spouse, or one or both of your children will get sick. Usually, a blessing from a Aedra shrine should help. But occesionally, your spouse or one or both of your children will get a terminal illness that requires more drastic measures. Forcing you to embark on a quest to find the cure, and giving you a taste of parental fear. Because if you don't find the cure in an allotted time limit, you'll find an empty table in your dining room.
LGBT spouses. Straight marriages are always welcome, but I think some potential game spouses should should be gay, lesbian, or bisexual. So if you wish to marry someone who is the same sex or gender as you, there's options open.
What about you? What would you add?
When I'm playing ESO there's a quest in Valenwood about the Shadowscale Argonians. When i talk to them i figure that they worship Sithis and the Nightmother same as Dark Brotherhood. So is there a relationship between these two groups??.
What mods should I get?
Anyone know where that is, I want it!
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How come when you enter the Soul Cairn, Serena gives you the option to either make you vampire or has to weaken you. She states that only the other beings can enter but we are Dragonborn and can be werewolf.
Is there a kahjiit spouse?
Like I said, I can’t even get him to talk to me at all, and it’s driving me up the wall. Let me preface this by saying that I’ve been doing literally every other quest other than the Civil War quest line, so maybe the glitch has something to do with that? I also can’t find anything online about it, and I’ve even tried reloading previous save files.
Is there a mod to where your character is always first person even in cut scenes?
So basically, with some characters, I would like to be more combat effective without an investment in smithing. So I was wondering if anyone knows of a mod that allows you to pay a smithy to temper your weapons & armor for you. And whether or not this mod is on Xbox One, or can/will be ported to Xbox One.
I was trying to look up something on the wiki and it keeps telling me article not found.... It will give me the name of what I'm looking for but when I go to click on it it tells me article not found
Is there a mod that allows you to kill vital characters like the vampire with the elder scroll?
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Harkon is dead and the Vampiric presence in Skyrim is weakened. But how will Isran fair against the turmoil of the Civil War?
A courier arrives to the door of Fort Dawnguard. Isran opens it and meets the courier, who he invites inside.
"I've been looking for you. Got something I'm supposed to deliver," the courier said in his monotone voice. The courier has sent a box to Isran, of which now is held in the hands of Isran, and will now be opened by Isran. There in the box is the Axe of Ulfric Stormcloak, along with a letter.
"What is this?" Isran asked the courier. By the time he looked upward, the courier was already gone to a new delivery. So Isran took the box with the Axe, and placed it in the middle of the dining table. Isran took the letter out of the box, while the others Agmaer, Sorine, Gunmar, Florentius, and Celan, looked at the Axe of Ulfric Stormcloak, beautifully crafted with Nord smithy.
Isran read the letter: "To you vampire hunters, or whoever you milk drinkers are. If you aren't so helping Skyrim to be rid of her grip from the Empire and their Elven Puppetmasters, you might as well move your order down to Cyrodiil. I take no tolerance in men and women who only dedicate their lives to fighting minuscule pests that are already left dead, as this is NOT what the children of Skyrim are fighting for. So I give you my Axe. SHOULD YOU KEEP IT, WE SHALL BE ALLIES FOR THE BEST OF EVERYONE. RETURN IT, AND I SHALL HAVE BUSINESS TO SETTLE AT YOUR FORT. NO FURTHER DISCUSSION."
Now I am 100% sure Ulfric would not go this far to fix Skyrim in his image, but who knows?