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  • i don´t now i hear rumors that the eye of magnus has nuclear power and if it was not stopped it wil make a nucler explosion.

    i don know if is true but i wanna know yours opnions

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    • Fallout Scrolls: New Whiterun.

      Sounds epic.

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    • UselessArgonianMage wrote:
      Fallout Scrolls: New Whiterun.

      Sounds epic.

      I guess you could say.......

      (Puts on sunglasses)

      Those dragons would have death for claws!

      YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

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    • UselessArgonianMage wrote: Fallout Scrolls: New Whiterun.

      Sounds epic.

      It's slowling making a transmorph into that. Online already has Deathclaws.

      To the topic: Não, cara. Quem te disse isso? Pode ser que tenha, pode ser que não, mas é mais provável que não.

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    • After you become the "Arch-Mage", you can get a quest from "Tolfdir"(I believe) called "Aftershock"(i think it's called).  I don't know if the location's the same in every playthrough, but, for me, the Jarl of Windhelm asked for the College's help with closing a "portal" in their territory.  I think it's more of a "magical" thing rather than "nuclear".

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    • Man of steak wrote:
      UselessArgonianMage wrote:
      Fallout Scrolls: New Whiterun.

      Sounds epic.

      I guess you could say.......

      (Puts on sunglasses)

      Those dragons would have death for claws!

      YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH

      OMG

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    • Nah, no nuclear power in the elder scrolls series...

      Eye of Magnus must be magical, or else Jyrik and Ancano will not be able to tap into its power. If it was a nuke, it would have exploded long ago or ran out of power.

      Sorry, guys, the party's over

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    • It's slowling making a transmorph into that. Online already has Deathclaws.

      To the topic: Não, cara. Quem te disse isso? Pode ser que tenha, pode ser que não, mas é mais provável que não.

      como vc sabe que eu falo protugues?

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    • Reptile,the argonian assasin wrote:

      It's slowling making a transmorph into that. Online already has Deathclaws.

      To the topic: Não, cara. Quem te disse isso? Pode ser que tenha, pode ser que não, mas é mais provável que não.

      como vc sabe que eu falo protugues?

      Você disse em outra discussão que era brasileiro, como eu.

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    • Sky Above,Voice Within wrote:

      UselessArgonianMage wrote: Fallout Scrolls: New Whiterun.

      Sounds epic.

      It's slowling making a transmorph into that. Online already has Deathclaws.

      To the topic: Não, cara. Quem te disse isso? Pode ser que tenha, pode ser que não, mas é mais provável que não.



      online has deathclaws?

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    • Daeres wrote:
      After you become the "Arch-Mage", you can get a quest from "Tolfdir"(I believe) called "Aftershock"(i think it's called).  I don't know if the location's the same in every playthrough, but, for me, the Jarl of Windhelm asked for the College's help with closing a "portal" in their territory.  I think it's more of a "magical" thing rather than "nuclear".

      Is therfe any prerequisites for that quest? I've never had it..

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    • It's Aftershock.

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    • Daeres wrote:
      After you become the "Arch-Mage", you can get a quest from "Tolfdir"(I believe) called "Aftershock"(i think it's called).  I don't know if the location's the same in every playthrough, but, for me, the Jarl of Windhelm asked for the College's help with closing a "portal" in their territory.  I think it's more of a "magical" thing rather than "nuclear".

      I was about to call BS on that, but I might not. Turns out it's real

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    • 24.231.252.100 wrote:
      Daeres wrote:
      After you become the "Arch-Mage", you can get a quest from "Tolfdir"(I believe) called "Aftershock"(i think it's called).  I don't know if the location's the same in every playthrough, but, for me, the Jarl of Windhelm asked for the College's help with closing a "portal" in their territory.  I think it's more of a "magical" thing rather than "nuclear".
      Is therfe any prerequisites for that quest? I've never had it..

      I've never had it as well, i randomly saw it while going to a ruin and i completed the quest without getting it :p

      I was like "What the hell is that?!? the're ice wraiths coming out of it.. run for your life!! 0_0"

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    • I did complete the rest of the college quests so that's probably why you haven't got it yet

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    • I don't believe it has nuclear power per se, but it is immensely powerful. Good thing Ancano couldnt fuck it up too much. That would have ended very badly.   

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    • Never trust elves especially  high elves

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    • Never trust racists.

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    • GKW

      Might just do a play through, let Ancano do his thing with the eye and see what happens

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    • GKW wrote:
      Might just do a play through, let Ancano do his thing with the eye and see what happens

      You can't do that. Nothing happens if you refuse to do the quest. Skyrim is a linear game

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    • Alduin1996 wrote:
      GKW wrote:
      Might just do a play through, let Ancano do his thing with the eye and see what happens
      You can't do that. Nothing happens if you refuse to do the quest. Skyrim is a linear game

      It's sub-linear. There are quest lines, but you can choose which ones you want to do. War in the North, and others like it, are actual linear games.

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    • It IS a nuclear bomb people... the aftershock is cleaning up the nuclear waste it left :p

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    • GKW

      Alduin1996 wrote:

      GKW wrote:
      Might just do a play through, let Ancano do his thing with the eye and see what happens

      You can't do that. Nothing happens if you refuse to do the quest. Skyrim is a linear game

      You know how the Eye of Magnus opens up and expands then the Staff of Magnus makes it close up again. What happens if you don't use the Staff, just let the eye keep expanding? Maybe it explodes and you die. What if you go back outside the college? Has anyone tried this?

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    • THis party is stupid

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