Well yes. Thats correct. Once you get to champ rank 160 extra ranks help you.
However, at level 11, it may be detrimental, as gear will be marginally less effective.
Best way at that level - ask in chat if someone can help as you're stuck.
There are complicated ways around it, yes, but a lot require really knowing your character/build.
Nothing wrong with asking for help - it IS designed to be played with others, after all :)
^That wont really help. Since One Tamriel, enemies are your level.
Probably the easiest way though, is get a friend to help :)
I nominate SheogorathCheese / this thread
It depends - do you want to be a healer? If so - Magicka.
DK. is probably the hardest class for new players. Because until you get higher leveled, you'll be very underpowered comparatively.
By comparison- Templar means you can self-heal all day.
N'wah - Balmora is only Redoran because Ald'ruhn is Ashlanders holy city (that Giant crab? That was their doing)
We also have a project page:
Beech shield is a low-level item. (You can steal higher-level shields as you level up in the game).
If you're planning on being a healer in dungeons and trials, Bear in mind that a lot of players focus on getting critical Strike % (Thief Mundus Stone, for example), and things such as Combat Physician set - which adds a damage shield to the player when you critically heal them.
(Another good set is Spell Power Cure ... increases their damage if you heal the. At 100% (done REALLY easily for low cost with regeneration skill)
Morrowind isn't included, as they are classifying it as a Chapter, rather than a DLC.
I think the reasoning behind it is that ithe is a recreation of an ENTIRE game.
It's is ''partly'' level related. Since Update 12, nodes are based on both character level, and passive skill level.
For example, my Nightblade is fully leveled, and only has 6 points in the passive skill for Woodworking. As a result, a see Hickory AND Ruby Ash Wood.
It's Vvardenfell.. but without the antagonIst going ''join me, brother...jks, nevermInd.
Frank Murphy was my favourite reply
Lol Donah. I *wish* we got paid.
Those ads help keep the lights on, so to speak (Wikia gets the money).
It's a very time-consuming hobby, but its worth it (for me at least) to know we've ACTUALLY helped people.
Im honestly not sure. Ive only been a Werewolf so far.
People probs killed him
Yeah. Its pretty OP
No cons in human form.
Pros - Extra Stamina Regeneration/Damage.
Cons - weakness to Poison (When in WW form).
Main advantage though is with Werewolf, you can heal yourself, and you can do a LOT of damage by yourself.).
(Personally though, I just like it because its easier for folks to stay as a group by using me as the rally point)
Oh, and im a Khajiit Nightblade (Stamina Build)