He's a worm.
What's on your mind?
This is just a random thought I keep thinking maybe I'm not too educated on the elder scrolls series but whatever.
What if- you're a nord, a nightingale, and a werewolf. Where would you go after death?
Will Hircine take you? Will Nocturnal take you? You're definitely not going to sovngarde so that's out of the question at this point so what the hecc happens. Perhaps the game doesn't intend for you to do all that but I'd accept an explanation. I feel like the whole you get to choose all this but it doesn't make sense thing is a small plot hole only weirdos like me stay up all night thinking about.
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I’ve recently started to play Skyrim and I’ve gotten really into it. I’ve just finished the game as a “true nord!” But I was wondering how to make a character build?
Do you want to craft armor or improve your armor to legendary but dont want to use up tens of thousands of septums or mine for hours to make weapons and improve them to increase your skill. Well here is guide that takes less mining and more killing
Things you need: High carry weight (get the steed stone if you can)
Location with a forge, smelter, woodcutter station (preferably Raven rock if you have DLC if not any place with a forge, smelter and a mill not far from it)
Lots of free time
Locations of Dwemer ruins
Go to any Dwemer ruin
Grab as much stuff that can be smelted into Dwemer ingots as possible
Leave or complete ruin
Teleport to a smelter
Make dwemer ingots
Chop some wood
Make LOTS of dwemer arrows and or weapons if you have the other materials
Sell it if you want some septums
"Once, I ruled this Realm, a world of perfect Order. My dominion expanded across the seas of Oblivion with each passing era."
Jyggalag says this after he is defeated in the Shivering Isles DLC of Oblivion. What I notice is that Jyggalag talks about passing era's. And a few sentences later, he says this:
"Once each era, I was allowed my true form, conquering this world anew. And each time I did, the curse was renewed, damning me to exist as Sheogorath."
The DLC takes place at the end of the 3rd Era, so I'm a bit confused how many era's he could have lived and how many Gremarches there could have possibly been.
It's also worth to mention Jyggalag was mentioned in the book On Oblivion by Morian Zenas. He talks about the first Era in past sentence and he was a member from the Mages Guild that was established in early second Era.
So what's a possibility is that Jyggalag lived from the Dawn Era, Merethic Era and that he was cursed somewhere during the First Era. And at the end of the First Era was the first Greymarch.
That way, it makes sense that Morian could have known about Jyggalag and that the Prince of Order can talk about the expanse of his realm each passing era, while also allowing to use this term to refer to the Blackmarches.
What do you think?
No, it’s not the best. No, it’s not traditionally exciting, but no, it is not the 2nd worst quest in Skyrim like everyone seems to agree.
I, for one, enjoy it. I like blackreach and think it’s fun to explore. I don’t mind the falmer and dwemer enemies aren’t that bad. And blackreach is beautiful.
I like the experience of it. Every new game, it’s fun to throw on some music, walk through blackreach for an hour and just collect the roots. It’s fun and it’s kind of a tradition for me now.
I think it’s perfectly valid for one to not enjoy the quest. I used to hate it. But I like it. No, I do not like No Stone Unturned.
Long story short- a return to your roots is fun for me.
Hi guys, i was playing oblivion recently, and something doesn't really make sense to me. why does Mankar Camoran keep the Amulet of Kings on his person constantly after stealing it? if he had just tossed it into Niben Bay or something, there's no chance the good guys would have ever obtained it in time to prevent Dagon from conquering the world
With Mirak being the first dragonborn wouldn't the Greybeards know about him?
Her plum lips were warm as the golden sun.
Hazel skin was smoother than the fairest silk.
The mere look at her hips and you are done.
The braids woven with gems shimmering.
I sought for her not for flesh so meak.
But for spirit unyielding and unbroken.
Even when everything is so bleak.
She laughed at the darkness of the world.
Her mere smile brought life into downtrodden.
The kindness had roots deep in her strong heart.
Her mere touch healed the hearts broken.
The sparks of adventure shined bright in her eyes.
But her curved blades were cold and swift.
Her rage was worse than the sand storm.
The heralds of doom she felled with fist.
Slice of her swords roared like a thunderstorm.
I am on Xbox one and wanting to do a play thru of a character that truly despises the Thalmor and was looking for mod ideas. What are some good mods for my play thru?
The Soul Cairn can be revisted so Valerica can be talked to so she can return to Tamriel.
The new bird meshes are fleshless: There are literally bone birds flying around Castle Volkihar.
Durnehviir can be summoned in Sovngarde during the main quest. Talk about meeting Alduin in the hood...
Gelebor is over 3000 years old. For an elf, that is more than Neloth.
When Harkon Volkihar was still alive and vampires were attacking cites in Skyrim would there have also been attacks in Cyrodiil?
Hi everyone, I am just getting back into Skyrim, and I was wondering if there were any fun builds I should try? Anything is appreciated.
So when people of two races get together, their child is always the mother's race right?
Now most, if not all monarchies are obsessed with keeping their bloodlines pure historically, however, in TES when it comes to love, people are a lot less likely to hide the fact they love someone of another race. This in mind, wouldn't this make Matriarchies more appealing than Patriarchies? Because if you ever happen to become intertwined with members of another species, either due to love or political marriages, your bloodline would be more pure, because you, as a woman, would decide the race of the child?
Or am I just being a bit stupid here?
Do we happen to know what king harald or the other ancient kings of skyrim looked like? Trying to work up a character that's related to one.
My riekling pet sometimes disappears AND I HAVE TO GET A NEW ONE and I can't give things to my follower(even though I literally only gave them the death brand armor and a sword, which is the only thing they have!) and my follower leaves my service and then attacks me and when they kill me they don't even attack the enemies!(who are forsworn) I'm also on Xbox
Does anybody know why thieves guild radiant jobs don’t take place in non-walled cities such as Falkreath, Morthal etc ?
I just started a play through as a Khajiit. It is the first time in quite some time that I have not selected a custom race. To anyone who likes to play as custom races, what are some of your favorites?
The links for Chapters 14 - 15 of The Book of Noxaura - Guardian Defender of Cyrodiil are now live.