Alright, enough of that talk. Please keep that to the off-topic post at the very least.
Imma have to close this thread, since "chat-like" discussion is typically discouraged on the discussions. Please try to keep non-TES/TESwiki discussions to the off-topic thread.
Don't want to break my chain of raffle participation, so I shall enter as well.
Try using Unrelenting Force (preferably all three words) on her a few times to see if she gets out of that position.
There are usually particular spawn points for random encounters where they are guaranteed, like the one by Whiterun that you mentioned and likely the others as well. They do not always spawn a random encounter (and they are not always hostile ones either), especially if you just got one from there recently, although if you haven't gotten any in a number of days at each location then there seems to be an issue. I doubt the DLCs are doing it, so perhaps a mod might be impacting random encounter spawning?
On the topic of snow, I can concur. It's honestly interesting how I've transformed on the topic over the years. When I was a kid, I used to celebrate at the mere mention of snow, and would be all too happy to wish for snow. Nowadays, snow brings harder travel, wet clothes, canceled classes but unchanged or worsened workload (except now due to COVID), and labor. I don't see snow the same way anymore, which is somewhat saddening :^(
Keep in mind as well that although the Black Star is mechanically better, Azura's Star comes with the ability to make Aranea Ienith a follower, so if you want her available you have to forego the Black Star.
Did you ask at the temple for the beacon? Otherwise there shouldn't be a quest marker anyway.
I would recommend the above as well. Occasionally the search searches discussion posts instead of articles, though it doesn't sound like that's the issue here. Indeed, the TES wiki app lost support and is barely usable because of coding changes on Wikia's part. Best get the FANDOM app if you don't have it, or uninstall/reinstall it if you do.
Yes, someone else's favorite is also Hunchback of Notre Dame! Even with its tonal inconsistencies it is still my top by far. Incredibles is probably my favorite "Pixar" film (though they were basically Disney since early Toy Story, but I digress). In general though I probably like way too many Disney/Pixar movies though lol
Try waiting for a few hours and try again, or perhaps fast-travel somewhere else and see if it works elsewhere.
Indeed, the specs of the system do determine performance. If you have a graphics card that is not a potato, then it'll probably run Skyrim a bit smoother than the last-gen consoles. Controls are obviously a bit different, though I'm honestly no sure which I prefer, oddly enough. You can definitely turn the screen easier on PC though.
In terms of differences, there aren't anything else other than some console-specific bugs, although most are likely actually cross-platform and just haven't been reported yet.
Dovahsebrom has been missing from the wiki for several years. It is unfortunate, as they were very good at writing lore articles. In terms of "loremasters," I stand with Ashley on that as well in that I don't specifically endorse the term. I do know that Aramithius and a few others are good sources of lore these days, though I hesitate to say they are officially "loremasters," per se.
We have had "rogue" staff members a few times in the past, although that was honestly before my time. There was a moderator that only lasted a few weeks and then was removed for more or less not doing their job, but I wouldn't call them rogue. Most of all staff drama happened before my time, especially in 2014 when the administration was much different. I can only think of one instance of a "rogue" action in my days back in 2016, when a few users implemented a chat censorship without any consent from the community. It was rather odd, since each user involved was highly-respected at the time. In any case the matter was closed immediately and they ended up resigning afterwards.
When it comes to harming the wiki, though, I would say we have not had any staff members like that (i.e. deleting pages in mass, blocking users like crazy, etc.). We have checks and balances in place for a reason when it comes to staff positions; all potential issues were resolved immediately, usually with a resignation. We have not had a "consensus against ___" to oust ill-suited staff for at least six years.
"Jarls come and jarls go, but a good cook, stays for a lifetime. And I'm a very, very good cook."
Just kidding of course. But who would one say are the "jarls" on the wiki/discussions, while who are the "cooks?" (Other than Atvelonis I mean; he does not fit in such a system).
I don't know why this was not dropped after my post, but in any case I was busy the rest of the day. Please keep in mind that no one is "in the wrong" here, so there's no need to take "sides" and point fingers. All this was was someone believing (more aggressively than necessary) that there was mini-modding when there wasn't, but that's it.
Since there's no need to drag this out further, the post has been locked. Please try not to escalate minor incidents like this, and as noted by Atvelonis, report it to a moderator and back off (as Fundom User actually did yesterday, actually).
I can say that it helps significantly to categorize posts correctly from the get-go. By default all posts go into the "General" category at the moment, which has caused the category to become insanely large with a number of mis-ordered posts. I plan to go through those (eventually), but in any case new posts are significantly more helpful when they in the right category from their inception.
While I would advise people not to mini-mod, occasionally noting an error is fine. I only see two posts of this nature from Fundom User at the moment when looking through recent posts. This is not enough to constitute a warning for mini-moderating.
C so we embrace both worlds; a guard saved us so I don't know if we want to immediately kill someone, but if we embrace the madness again and "Sheo" cares not, the it ain't Sheo...
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