Robhock Feb 11, 2013 @ 8:43am
Skyrim to easy!!
Hi, skyrim is to easy even on master difficulty pls tell me some mods where the game would be harder, thanks for all your answers ;)
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Klaus Umlaut Feb 11, 2013 @ 9:38am 
Enhanced High Level Gameplay Mod
TangleFoot Feb 11, 2013 @ 1:21pm 
Conundrum Feb 11, 2013 @ 1:22pm 
Dont wear armor and use your fists. Should be an ample challenge then.
Big Boom Boom Feb 11, 2013 @ 10:57pm 
Originally posted by Joseph Stalin:
Dont wear armor and use your fists. Should be an ample challenge then.

That's what I did the first time I played Morrowind. Needless to say, the first bandit I fought was... dreadful. At least in Skyrim your fist can damage Hp directly.
Wheezin Warrior Feb 11, 2013 @ 11:33pm 
I thought it was too. I played on console. I'm going to keep an eye on this page!
Locklave Feb 12, 2013 @ 12:03am 
I assume you aren't one of those people that played on cake modes till high levels then Resto Potion exploited to get stupid values on damage and armor. If you did this then you are useless. If you are legit read on.

Basically if you want something hard then start a new character on Master setting and play a Destruction caster. Be ready to get owned.
Big Boom Boom Feb 12, 2013 @ 12:10am 
Originally posted by Locklave:
I assume you aren't one of those people that played on cake modes till high levels then Resto Potion exploited to get stupid values on damage and armor. If you did this then you are useless. If you are legit read on.

Basically if you want something hard then start a new character on Master setting and play a Destruction caster. Be ready to get owned.

Pfft, I played my mage from start at Master Difficulty and pwned a Dragon Priest on lvl 11 (took a lot of kiting to regen Mp). Double Impact yo. But well, after 100 hours in Dark Souls everything feel easy to me.
Locklave Feb 12, 2013 @ 12:39am 
Originally posted by Big Boom Boom:
Originally posted by Locklave:
I assume you aren't one of those people that played on cake modes till high levels then Resto Potion exploited to get stupid values on damage and armor. If you did this then you are useless. If you are legit read on.

Basically if you want something hard then start a new character on Master setting and play a Destruction caster. Be ready to get owned.

Pfft, I played my mage from start at Master Difficulty and pwned a Dragon Priest on lvl 11 (took a lot of kiting to regen Mp). Double Impact yo. But well, after 100 hours in Dark Souls everything feel easy to me.

No that sounds wrong, to use impact you would need to have 40 points in destruction and be using atleast Firebolt lvl casting to get the stagger effect and at a cost of 12*2.8= 33.6 mana per cast.

That means if every level went into mana you could only have 200 mana max and lets get real it would be at best a 50/50 split mana/hp assuming you dumped stam. so maybe 150 mana, apprentice level -50% cost already factored in meaning 4 casts... And you somehow avoided all the 1 shot ranged attacks, fyi enemy magic scales unlike players. All dragon priest are Min level 50 and default summon creatures. 1490 hp on them.

I don't even think it's possible to get 40 skill points in a single tree and be such a low level the higher the skill point gain the more experience value towards level. How would you avoid getting skill points in any other field and inflating the level.

Nope I don't believe you at all. If you had said some kinda melee enemy then perhap via cheesing mechanic but its not possible vs a purely ranged attacker that summons adds given your tiny level and his ability to kill you in a single hit.
Big Boom Boom Feb 12, 2013 @ 1:33am 
Originally posted by Locklave:
Originally posted by Big Boom Boom:

Pfft, I played my mage from start at Master Difficulty and pwned a Dragon Priest on lvl 11 (took a lot of kiting to regen Mp). Double Impact yo. But well, after 100 hours in Dark Souls everything feel easy to me.

No that sounds wrong, to use impact you would need to have 40 points in destruction and be using atleast Firebolt lvl casting to get the stagger effect and at a cost of 12*2.8= 33.6 mana per cast.

That means if every level went into mana you could only have 200 mana max and lets get real it would be at best a 50/50 split mana/hp assuming you dumped stam. so maybe 150 mana, apprentice level -50% cost already factored in meaning 4 casts... And you somehow avoided all the 1 shot ranged attacks, fyi enemy magic scales unlike players. All dragon priest are Min level 50 and default summon creatures. 1490 hp on them.

I don't even think it's possible to get 40 skill points in a single tree and be such a low level the higher the skill point gain the more experience value towards level. How would you avoid getting skill points in any other field and inflating the level.

Nope I don't believe you at all. If you had said some kinda melee enemy then perhap via cheesing mechanic but its not possible vs a purely ranged attacker that summons adds given your tiny level and his ability to kill you in a single hit.

You can disbelieve all you want, the "ranged" attack of Dragon Priest is easy to avoid and an essential or even protected companion is all you need to regen MP. No lul, let's get real I upped all my MP and I get some -% Destruction gear from Mage College (You can clear the entire Mage College Quest as low level, again essential/protected companion + kiting). I'm also a High Elf for that matter, and I have Mana potions.

If you can't evade a Dragon Priest lightning bolt... I dunnoe, no comments.
Gropax Feb 12, 2013 @ 1:43am 
distruction magic sucks real power is in conjurtaion and Illusion with those 2 you own everything
Mohawk Feb 12, 2013 @ 2:07am 
Use only wooden sword, ragged clothes and get all deceases
Locklave Feb 12, 2013 @ 12:10pm 
Originally posted by Big Boom Boom:

You can disbelieve all you want, the "ranged" attack of Dragon Priest is easy to avoid and an essential or even protected companion is all you need to regen MP. No lul, let's get real I upped all my MP and I get some -% Destruction gear from Mage College (You can clear the entire Mage College Quest as low level, again essential/protected companion + kiting). I'm also a High Elf for that matter, and I have Mana potions.

If you can't evade a Dragon Priest lightning bolt... I dunnoe, no comments.

BTW it would be chain lighting not lightning bolt as it's a Dragon priest meaning misses would still hit your lying ♥♥♥ if it landed near you. I'm sure knowing so much about destruction means you are aware chain lightning can arc off of terrain and doesn't require direct line of sight for the caster.

Please do share with everyone here how you dodged the second auto hitting feature of chain lightning. I'm afraid your "..." doesn't explain anything. Maybe try and dodge the truth again, I'm sure I hit you.
Big Boom Boom Feb 12, 2013 @ 2:10pm 
Originally posted by Locklave:
Originally posted by Big Boom Boom:

You can disbelieve all you want, the "ranged" attack of Dragon Priest is easy to avoid and an essential or even protected companion is all you need to regen MP. No lul, let's get real I upped all my MP and I get some -% Destruction gear from Mage College (You can clear the entire Mage College Quest as low level, again essential/protected companion + kiting). I'm also a High Elf for that matter, and I have Mana potions.

If you can't evade a Dragon Priest lightning bolt... I dunnoe, no comments.

BTW it would be chain lighting not lightning bolt as it's a Dragon priest meaning misses would still hit your lying ♥♥♥ if it landed near you. I'm sure knowing so much about destruction means you are aware chain lightning can arc off of terrain and doesn't require direct line of sight for the caster.

Please do share with everyone here how you dodged the second auto hitting feature of chain lightning. I'm afraid your "..." doesn't explain anything. Maybe try and dodge the truth again, I'm sure I hit you.

It's Thunder Bolt and Chainlightning, it's not always Chainlightning. Also there are 2 DP that uses Fire only and 2 that uses Ice only. You said it yourself, arc off terrain, but the priest shoot it in a straight line toward you NOT toward the ground. It needs to hit the ground in order to arc at you, and that you need to be near the ground that got hit. There are rocks, there are walls and heck there are trees. Timing Impact so that you can stun lock him and let essential/protected companion aggro, not spamming double fire bolt like an idiot. Of course that is probably too "hard" for you... You can also quite easy pump up over 300+ Mana at lvl 11, or even 400 depending on how you play your card. Who would be that stupid to 50/50 HP/MP when you will get one hit no matter your HP anyway.

There is a BIG reason why most magic mod reduce Impact chance from 100%. It is freaking imba.
Last edited by Big Boom Boom; Feb 12, 2013 @ 2:12pm
Zero Hour 17 Feb 12, 2013 @ 2:30pm 
Originally posted by Big Boom Boom:
Originally posted by Locklave:

BTW it would be chain lighting not lightning bolt as it's a Dragon priest meaning misses would still hit your lying ♥♥♥ if it landed near you. I'm sure knowing so much about destruction means you are aware chain lightning can arc off of terrain and doesn't require direct line of sight for the caster.

Please do share with everyone here how you dodged the second auto hitting feature of chain lightning. I'm afraid your "..." doesn't explain anything. Maybe try and dodge the truth again, I'm sure I hit you.

It's Thunder Bolt and Chainlightning, it's not always Chainlightning. Also there are 2 DP that uses Fire only and 2 that uses Ice only. You said it yourself, arc off terrain, but the priest shoot it in a straight line toward you NOT toward the ground. It needs to hit the ground in order to arc at you, and that you need to be near the ground that got hit. There are rocks, there are walls and heck there are trees. Timing Impact so that you can stun lock him and let essential/protected companion aggro, not spamming double fire bolt like an idiot. Of course that is probably too "hard" for you... You can also quite easy pump up over 300+ Mana at lvl 11, or even 400 depending on how you play your card. Who would be that stupid to 50/50 HP/MP when you will get one hit no matter your HP anyway.

There is a BIG reason why most magic mod reduce Impact chance from 100%. It is freaking imba.

Well on my Mage I have about a 2/3 split towards mp. My gear is enchanted with -destruction cost and magic resist, so the hp actually helps me not get one shotted by magic and I have just enough health to take 2 arrows from your average archer
小林流 Feb 12, 2013 @ 2:39pm 
superdifficulty,enhanced level game play,improoved difficulty and no auto aim,resilient dragons,more dragon levels tougher and smarter dragons,better bandits weapon and armor,better alduin,tougher traps and spiders.......hardcore dangerous assassins...fom lvl 1 its hardcore chalenge...skyrim is not easy after cos even on level 81 most of the people or creature are able to kill u in few hits....
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