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So I’m thinking about making a good guy build and I’m wondering what name I should pick at first I was thinking DeathKnight but that really isn’t a good guy name is it?.Im also thinking about Templar or WhiteKnight
What armors do you think look cool but aren’t that great?
Talks to guard while wanted
Of everyone in Skyrim (without mods) who is your favorite character and why?
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.
Wouldn’t he be one of the strongest mortals in Tamriel since he defeated Alduin who was believed to herald the end of time?
Don’t worry we have all tried to do it especially after they told us to kill our boy Parthunax
Oblivion Walker was the first achievement I aimed to complete and in the end it was actually the last one I finished.
Write yours in the comment! (Any game, any DLC, any mod)
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What race would you add and what would it be like to play as one?
Can anyone give me some Nordic name suggestions?
So I wanted to look up Steel Armor, and was greeted by a message that said Article is Missing.
I thought that I typed it in wrong, so I tried again, making sure I spelled it right, and got the same message. Tried twice more with the same result.
On a whim, I tried looking for Steel Ingot. Guess what happened? I was met by the same message. I tried Steel Sword, exact same message.
Seems that articles have vanished from the wiki.
PS, This is the Elder Scrolls wikia app that I'm using that I'm seeing these problems. Funnily enough, the Fallout wikia app is working fine. No missing articles.
Unlike most governments of Tamriel, Mane is not a hereditary title, but rather a title ANY Khajiit could have if they were born in a lunar allignment. But I'm curious. What do you think would happen IF, during a lunar alignment, the lucky mother gives birth to twins or triplets? Who would be the Mane? Or could there be duo or triple Manes?
Someday I hope to become a moderator, which is my dream now. Quick question though, do I have to be a certain age, I didn't see anything in the requirements.
See title for question; I mentioned "sentient bipedals", because I wouldn't necessarily call khajiit humanoid, and certainly not argonians.
Dunmer have a high resistance against Fire, which can be quite handy in Morrowind, because you encounter a lot of Lava on your travels.
Nords have a high resistance against Ice, which was helpful against all the icey enemies in Skyrim. (Sadly the harsh weather didn't really affected the player, a missed opportunity, but nevermind)
Now Redguards have a high resistance against Poison. My Question is, how would this affect a Game set in Hammerfell? Will we encounter a lot of poisonous plants or beasts, like the Giant Scorpion, Beetles or poisonous cacti.
I think it would be a cool mechanic, that if a non Redguard would be bitten by something poisonous he/she would need to hurry up and seek a healer or a nearby shaman to get rid of it, if not, the poison would slowly drain your health, as well as weakening all of your stats.
In Fallout New Vegas we had the Giant Cazadores, they were extremely dangerous, because if you had no antidote it would not stop and slowly kill you.
In Morrowind we had an antidote spell, that would stop poison, so maybe this could return in TES 6 as well.
Jarrin Root is an extremely poisonous ingredient, originating from Stros M'Kai, so maybe the Redguards just have a lot of knowledge about poisons or they just have a lot of these alchemy available in Hammerfell.
have done so many edits but it s still not enough, just fifty more to the one-hundred mark, and after that 400 more edits, yay?
I know that a lot of people say jokes about MK using drugs in order to come up with all of the things he worked on while working for Bethesda (CHIM, 36 lessons of viviec, etc). I don't think he used drugs (I think it is just a joke), but that made me think; do you think that an in-universe individual would be able to achieve CHIM or Amaranth through the use of drugs?