[PMBU] Carrot Jun 13, 2013 @ 4:57pm
Tips for Skyrim?
I was wondering if anybody had any little tips or tricks they might want to share, so we can all learn something :D
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ChrisDJ122 Jun 13, 2013 @ 4:58pm 
get mods makes it funner
voltcheck Jun 13, 2013 @ 5:06pm 
kill things. nuff said.
Hellsing Jun 13, 2013 @ 5:11pm 
no essentail npc modes + mass murdering whiterun (or any other main city mine being whiterun and solitude) and then spawning in 5 ancient dragons is always fun : side note dont do the ancient dragons if you cant beat them without cheating i can and i always need a good challenge lol
Lonnie Olafson Jun 13, 2013 @ 6:30pm 
Improve the skills that will keep you alive longer like health,armor and weapons,smithing and enchanting.Stay away from giants and dragons and Falmer and there bugs,get a follower as soon as possible,they will fight and take some of the heat off of you.Don't take wooden nickels from Trolls.Fire rez will save your butt.
TBAAGamer Jun 13, 2013 @ 6:31pm 
Killing spriggans at level 1 is fun and very productive.
Frankie-Z- Jun 13, 2013 @ 6:42pm 
Soon as you leave Helgen break left and go help the dog .
Talonmaster Jun 13, 2013 @ 7:01pm 
Skyrim is way to easy to need tips. Any build you want to do will work and any path you chose to follow will be ♥♥♥♥ easy and have you pointlessly rich by the end of it.
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] Jun 13, 2013 @ 7:08pm 
Originally posted by Talonmaster:
Skyrim is way to easy to need tips. Any build you want to do will work and any path you chose to follow will be ♥♥♥♥ easy and have you pointlessly rich by the end of it.

Exactly..The game is dumbed down after all, for all those pad bashing rage-kids out there....
Frankie-Z- Jun 13, 2013 @ 7:08pm 
Originally posted by Talonmaster:
Skyrim is way to easy to need tips. Any build you want to do will work and any path you chose to follow will be ♥♥♥♥ easy and have you pointlessly rich by the end of it.
Yeah Skyrim is a casual game .. it's mostly about exploring and enjoying the story , when there is one.. there;s a few surpirses in the side missions and some funny moments but by the end you're always wishing there was more to it..
some mods add a little more depth , overall it's still a blast but it's all over the place RPG wise it lacks focus ,,
I think DarkSouls comming out on PC was one of the best things to happen in a while .
I hope Elderscolls picked up some tips on how combat should be done ,,
voltcheck Jun 13, 2013 @ 7:15pm 
thats why the modding community pumps out new duegons and quest mods. it helps add intrest into the game, allowing you to immerse yourself into hours upon hours of trying to acom plish monumentally difficult duegons.
Camper Strike (banned) Jun 13, 2013 @ 7:49pm 
- Don't die
- Kill things
- Install Gentoo
Jman Jun 13, 2013 @ 8:01pm 
Complete the story first, it makes it easier
voltcheck Jun 13, 2013 @ 8:03pm 
@Digger Nick
I believe this is the actual order.
-Dont Die
-Kill things
-Burn, pillage and **** the country side
-obtain all the deadric artifacts
-kill Ulfric stormcloack... and general tulius. (sorry, i dont take sides.) :)
-did i mention killing things?
-kill more things.
-kill big things... and little things too. xD
-create an army of nordic viking warriors to rule skyrim with an iron fist and bend all those non-nord milk drinkers to thier knees as the grovel before you, pleading you to spare thier miserable, wretchid little lives. >:D (too much? D:)
FancyCow Jun 13, 2013 @ 9:02pm 
Try and focus on three main skill trees, picking out the ones that will suit your character the best. For instance, a warior may be heavy armor, one handed, and block, an assassin may be sneak, archery, and smithing, mages may be conjuration, destruction, and restoration, and so forth.
Sentient_Toaster Jun 13, 2013 @ 9:12pm 
If you're planning on minmaxing, be aware that there are gross disparities in the values of different skill trees. There's no point in perking Lockpicking, for instance.

The god-tier trees are the crafting trees -- alchemy, enchanting and to a lesser degree smithing. Combine those, and you can make ridiculously good equipment far superior to anything else you'll find, including quest rewards, other than possibly Windshear (if they didn't fix its ability to stunlock. I haven't played in a LONG time.) Add one-handed weapons, some archery, the armor tree of your choice, stealth, and you're basically unstoppable. You reach the point where you can wear 0-armor stuff like robes on your torso and still max out physical damage resistance, and where you're dual-wielding swords that do 500+ damage per hit (or 3000+ on a sneak attack) and continously paralyze opponents for longer than it takes to swing at them.
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