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Conan's Armpit

  • I live in Australia
  • My occupation is RPG Gamer (wish that was a job title)
  • I am Male

Using Exploits to Customize, Role-Play and Level up quicker. (X360)Edit

If you're playing the game for the first time, I don't recommend using most exploits for one reason, so you don't lessen your enjoyment of the game by becoming overpowered. It's up to the player of course. I've completed the game a few times, so I sometimes use the Restoration Potion/Smithing/Enchanting exploit and the Helgen exploit at the start. Their are risk's involved with removing patches, most risk's relate to bug's in the game the other main risk relate's to DLC, as removing patches means removing DLC so you can lose equipment if you have already done DLC quest's. 

I use the exploits to customize my equipment and character as I see fit. For example, if I wanted to have Iron equipment on par with Ebony. I stick to my rules of selecting the Smithing Ebony perk. For me it's about extending the game experience and role-playing my character. I break the rules I want to, such as using any equipment in the game and customizing it to the equal level of higher tier equipment that I can craft / buy.

I use the Helgen exploit for levels near the start, as well as other levelling exploits later on if necessary. 

I do these things to add more to a game I love, not to be overpowered. Set your own rules and have fun.


Racial Relationships in TES and other questions.Edit

Hmm. Come to think of it - no, there actually ISN'T a defined page for that. I mean, there is the Timeline page - but that lists everything that we know and can put a date to - ever. I think that you're right though - there really SHOULD be a page dedicated to it - I think that a lot of people would be interested in reading such a page. TimeoinSay G'DayView my work 15:54, October 16, 2013 (UTC)

In the meantime, the best place to start would be the PGE books. PGE3 (and to a lesser extent PGE1). Those are shortcuts to the Pocket Guide to the Empire. They were shipped with Redguard and Oblivion. HOoep that helps (apologies. I need sleep, its 2 am.) Probably a similar time for you, being Australian. TimeoinSay G'DayView my work 15:57, October 16, 2013 (UTC)

No problem! I was online anyway (trying to wind down to sleep, which never works, because it fires my brain back up again, lol). Ahh, WA. That would make sense. So it would only have been like 11 or 12 there. And as for the forum idea - I have brought it to discussion and vote for the wiki community. If you're interested, you can see this discussion here. (The community will vote as to whether they want the topic areas split up or not - I think its a good idea, but its not up to just me :D) TimeoinSay G'DayView my work 14:42, October 17, 2013 (UTC)
That's what I'm here for! Also, I have made a temporary list of the conflicts here. It's still very much a work in progress, but that's an outline of all the conflicts between the races (or provinces) that I could think of off the top of my head.
Ill have a look when I wake up. If i dont sleep soon, my wife will kill me TimeoinSay G'DayView my work 17:11, October 17, 2013 (UTC)

PS4 Impression's. Edit

The PS4 is very good at the moment. I have not experienced any issues with it and the games are brilliant. The graphics are great. I would recommend it to anyone 

Zu'u lost daal. Alduin1996 (talk) 09:12, December 25, 2013 (UTC)

UAM's Response:

It is overall pretty good, with great graphics and sound. The controller is comfortable however the touchpad is unintuitive, I would recommend it to someone who wants to buy an 8th gen console now and not wait. Otherwise, if you're patient, then wait for better games to come out and for the console itself to become cheaper due to a pretty dissapointing line-up at the moment. UAM (talk) 18:08, December 25, 2013 (UTC)

Regarding the touchpad, while it certainly is an interesting idea, the problem isn't the location and more the use. While with the Wii U the screen/touchpad on the controller is a necessity for the console, on the PS4 it's more of an extra addon. While it isn't necessarily bad, the more fitting word for it is useless. And it's also too sensitive sometimes and doesn't even pick up movement the other. This may be a problem in how the game uses it however, as opposed to the touchpad itself. UAM (talk) 19:55, December 30, 2013 (UTC)

Armour CapEdit

The page is locked so I can't edit it. Timeoin will be able to access it 

Zu'u lost daal. Alduin1996 (talk) 17:17, December 30, 2013 (UTC)

RemovingEdit

Hi Conan, why do you keep removing content from your talkpage, this is not appropriate as comments should never be deleted unless it's vandalism or other actions. Please read the Help:Talk page under personal talk pages. If you do want a discussion make a subpage that you can archive. Thanks —EbonySkyrim Message! 20:40, January 6, 2014 (UTC)

Wabbajack Grinding SuggestionEdit

I seem to be the only one who doesn't actually have a problem with the combat, though I do see where some people find a lost oppurtunity in it. I recently just did the lack of magical variety, and this extends to magical combat as well. Blasting people with lightning is fun for a time, but there is never any variation to it except just a more powerful version of the spell. I didn't expect it to have like Infamous 2 type variation to your electric spells, though it would be cool, but it would be nice. And the same goes for weapons combat. I think it is actually a good idea. I think I can come up with something.

24.19.86.242 22:54, January 6, 2014 (UTC)

Crap, forgot to log in.

Madman9724.19.86.242 22:54, January 6, 2014 (UTC)

Hmm, haven't heard from you in a while. Always good to see old friends, especially those with info. Are you suggesting a news article about Fallout 4 mods and concern for Skyrim mods as a result or just an announcement for Skyrim Remastered? The former may not exactly be news material (though a good topic for a piece). Im surprised no one has done a news article for Skyrim Remastered though. --Madman97 (talk) 14:34, June 21, 2016 (UTC)

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