Spelling of Levelling Edit

Leveling is a more accepted word than Levelling, by far. It should be Leveling here.

New Page for "Achieving your full potential" Edit

This section touches upon some of the basics of planned leveling, but I think a more comprehensive page is required on the subject. I'd be willing to write one unless someone has a good objection against it. Gamer am I 04:19, 26 January 2008 (UTC)

Well the first thing that needs to be done is cleaning this page up. Most of it is written as a game guide and that isn't allowed. We need to determine what is informative of the levelling system and what is 'do it this way because it worked for me'. SteveZombie (talk) 14:02, January 27, 2011 (UTC)

Max Level? Edit

What is the maximum level you can level up to?Crimmastermind (talk) 08:03, September 8, 2009 (UTC)

Quick question Edit

Not sure where this should go, and i'm sorry if this is wrong, so feel free to delete this if it is. Can you beat the game on the maximum difficulty without paying much attention (or any) to wasted attribute bonuses?

Yes, it's possible to beat the game on the hardest difficulty, but you'll wind up dying a LOT. Save often, and always block. Mbjones90 (talk) 23:47, June 21, 2010 (UTC)

level up start quests? Edit

is there a page with quests that are gained after completing 1 quest then leveling up later for the next? (like the wolf queen awakened?) if so it would probably help some people Tbone11 (talk) 03:05, January 8, 2012 (UTC)


I flagged this article for a "split" and "NPOV". First, the article is a bit lengthy and covers too many topics for too many games to stay as a single article. It should be split up by game. Ex, Leveling (Skyrim), Leveling (Oblivion), Leveling (Morrowind) etc. In regards to the NPOV, there are sections of this article, specifically, "Achieving your full potential in Oblivion" and "Optimizing Leveling and Still Having Fun". According to our policy on neutral point of view, these sections need to be rewritten so as to reflect a wider scope of coverage to eliminate biases. In addition to these two points, the articles is written in second-person perspective, which is not desirable for any article. Anyone interested should revise this so that only a third-person perspective remains. Change words such as "I" or "you" to "the player" or "the character". More can be read about this here: The Elder Scrolls Wiki:Neutral point of view#Perspective. Thank you to any editors who help with cleaning up this page and making it sparkle! --— Deyvid Petteys (bother \ stalk) 20:22, February 16, 2012 (UTC)

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