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<div class="quote">Dispatchergir1 wrote:<br />I play a combo warrior/thief/assassin character, rarely do I use magic and never shields. I usually play on Novice till I have levelled up enough to not get easily killed by a wolf or a bear. Then I adjust it accordingly, for instance when I can kill an enemy with one shot with a bow it is time to take it up a notch for more challenge. I use bows, dual-wield swords, and light armor, preferably thieves guild or blackguards armor. I am a practical player and I like to combine my armour rather than wear one complete set, so I'll wear the Thieves guild or Blackguard cuirass with the Shrouded boots or Nightingale boots and Nightingale gloves and the Krosis dragon mask.
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<div class="quote">Dispatchergir1 wrote:<br />I play a combo warrior/thief/assassin character, rarely do I use magic and never shields. I usually play on Novice till I have levelled up enough to not get easily killed by a wolf or a bear. Then I adjust it accordingly, for instance...</div>
 
Smithing, enchanting and alchemy are great for making more powerful weapons, get the dual enchantment perk and lay 2 enchantments on each sword - talk about awesome. Also make your fortify smithing potions and enchant a set of clothes or armour for smithing and alchemy and watch how high that damage can get when you improve your weapons and armor or make more powerful potions with more punch to them.
 
 
Skyrim was the first game I played on xbox, it was a little difficult to learn the game and the controller at the same time, but yeah, it is an easy game. sometimes challenging, like when I tackled the spriggans at the gildergleam tree at level 6 or so, I died so many times before I relented and set it to Novice. 
 
 
Best advice? Find what works for you and have fun.
 
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Getting killed by a bear or wolf shouldn't really happen... Do you have a follower, and use your shouts a lot? The unrelenting force is a really good shout to gain some time to strike the enemy without getting hit. And if you're on top of a hill, you can shout them off and they will be dead instantly. Make sure to also take advantage of your surroundings if you're about to die. If you're near a cliff, climb the wall. Bears and wolves won't be able to follow you and then you can just sit there and shoot them with arrows or magic :D This has helped me out a lot, hope it helps you a bit too!
 
Getting killed by a bear or wolf shouldn't really happen... Do you have a follower, and use your shouts a lot? The unrelenting force is a really good shout to gain some time to strike the enemy without getting hit. And if you're on top of a hill, you can shout them off and they will be dead instantly. Make sure to also take advantage of your surroundings if you're about to die. If you're near a cliff, climb the wall. Bears and wolves won't be able to follow you and then you can just sit there and shoot them with arrows or magic :D This has helped me out a lot, hope it helps you a bit too!

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Dispatchergir1 wrote:
I play a combo warrior/thief/assassin character, rarely do I use magic and never shields. I usually play on Novice till I have levelled up enough to not get easily killed by a wolf or a bear. Then I adjust it accordingly, for instance...

Getting killed by a bear or wolf shouldn't really happen... Do you have a follower, and use your shouts a lot? The unrelenting force is a really good shout to gain some time to strike the enemy without getting hit. And if you're on top of a hill, you can shout them off and they will be dead instantly. Make sure to also take advantage of your surroundings if you're about to die. If you're near a cliff, climb the wall. Bears and wolves won't be able to follow you and then you can just sit there and shoot them with arrows or magic :D This has helped me out a lot, hope it helps you a bit too!

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