I wouldn't read too much into this. gameplay, not lore.
I thought about doing a pacifist playstyle once, but i concluded there was no way to make it work as every questline has a big fight at the end and you can't always bring followers
I don't think that just getting a follower will be enough, as followers can't follow you everywhere. for example, how are you going to kill Miraak with this build? and how will you defeat Tsun?
You'll probably want to add another offensive skill; with those selected, you can dispose of groups of enemies using frenzy spells but you have no way of dealing with lone enemies
"the caller" is essentially just a necromancer who grew tired of College rules and wanted to do more dangerous experiments. as the ringleader of the bunch, she had the opportunity to make up a scary nickname for herself.
It's because you were banned. Using alternate accounts to evade a ban will get your ban extended, so i suggest you stop
^^ spamming is flooding the thread with nonsense. this can be done through multiple posts, but also with one really big post like what you did.
@Elite Daedra do not spam
^^ he never specified the movie/show would follow the events of any of the games. there's plenty of TES lore one could explore without ever giving any details about any of the player characters.
I think everyone's looking way too much into that blob
Alduin was probably like "wtf is going on? one moment i'm fighting a bunch of nord vermin, and the next moment you're here and they're gone."
TV shows are generally better because you have more time to go into all the important concepts. i doubt a movie would have sufficient time to explore anything in detail; movies are great for telling a compact story but not for world-building. That said, we don't need either of these.
Nafaalilargus. i know he died in Redguard, but Alduin brought a bunch of dragons back so Nafaalilargus might be one of them.
Also boomerangs. TES6 needs boomerangs.
Alright, i'm closing this thread. i'm sorry it had to come to this.
Remember that the cities are much bigger in the lore than the few houses we see in-game. cities irl often find space for new construction projects, so i see no reason why cities in TES wouldn't be able to do that.
If we're assuming that the stuff we see in-game is indeed all there is, then i suppose the place where Heimskr's house used to be is a logical spot to build something new. give Heimskr private quarters somewhere, and you're all set.
@Ree ree72626 there is no need to be this hostile. do not insult other users just because they disagree with you. such behaviour is against our rules, so you are risking a ban if you proceed this way.
Restoration. i don't even use it on my mage characters. it used to be useful in previous TES games, but in Skyrim your health regenerates by itself, making the school completely useless.
There are good reasons why coke, meth and heroin are illegal now though. those things can seriously fuck you up. as opposed to weed which is less dangerous than alcohol
The way i see it, the all-maker is a combination of Anu and Padomay. however, he is not Alduin, as Alduin is an aspect of the Adversary.
^^ you're aware that the rebels are the reason why the elf-nazis are able to do what they do right?
Also, the imperials at the beginning have good reason to think you're with the stormcloaks, since you were caught in an ambush together with Ulfric Stormcloak. in wartime, one does not always have the liberty to hold a full trial. the quickest way to end the war was to kill ulfric and all his top commanders as quickly as possible.
^ you can't blame the stormcloaks for that. even if Ralof would have said you weren't with them, the chance they'd believe him is practically zero