Sesh 25 juin 2013 à 18h38
Is Hearthfire worth it?
Of all the dlc Hearthfire is the only one I am not sure of getting.
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Practical1 25 juin 2013 à 18h53 
It's only $6.49 US at the moment, and it'll probably be even less than that during the Steam Summer Sale, so why not? Also, some mods require Hearthfire to function, so I don't see a reason why you shouldn't get it, though I understand the hesitation.
Chaith 25 juin 2013 à 19h33 
Just gives you the ability to have wife's and brat kids
fran25 25 juin 2013 à 21h36 
Some mods require all 3 dlc's so you might as well give them the money.
Mr. J.D. Gumby 26 juin 2013 à 2h01 
Practical1 a écrit :
It's only $6.49 US at the moment

Weird that it's showing that for you - its normal price is $4.99 US.

And Hearthfrire's okay. Fairly easy to get bored of the houses, though. After your first couple of experiences with them, odds are you'll stick with just making a Small House (for the exterior amenities of a garden, chicken nest, fish hatchery or bee hive, carriage, and stable) and maybe a Main Hall (so you don't have to travel for Alchemy & Enchanting) at each location. Other than saving a loading screen when you want a place to store stuff (exterior, non-respawning chest) or to craft (especially Smithing, since you can build all the stations outdoors), there's not much to them other than flavor.

Kids can be annoying, but if you're an Alchemist, they tend to drop a fair number of good ingredients in their chest, so it's worth having one around. :P

Chaith - Marriage is in the base game.
Anvos 26 juin 2013 à 3h38 
Mr. J.D. Gumby a écrit :
Practical1 a écrit :
It's only $6.49 US at the moment

Weird that it's showing that for you - its normal price is $4.99 US.

And Hearthfrire's okay. Fairly easy to get bored of the houses, though. After your first couple of experiences with them, odds are you'll stick with just making a Small House (for the exterior amenities of a garden, chicken nest, fish hatchery or bee hive, carriage, and stable) and maybe a Main Hall (so you don't have to travel for Alchemy & Enchanting) at each location. Other than saving a loading screen when you want a place to store stuff (exterior, non-respawning chest) or to craft (especially Smithing, since you can build all the stations outdoors), there's not much to them other than flavor.

Kids can be annoying, but if you're an Alchemist, they tend to drop a fair number of good ingredients in their chest, so it's worth having one around. :P

Chaith - Marriage is in the base game.

I find your notion wierd, as greenhouse is a definant build if you don't plan on using the house just for the free alchemy ingredients you can grow.

Plus I'd say everybody could probably use 1 kitchen and 1 library.
Dernière modification de Anvos; 26 juin 2013 à 3h39
fran25 26 juin 2013 à 4h30 
Plus you can adopt poor children in a land ravaged by war and they ask for an allowance too.
Anvos 26 juin 2013 à 5h01 
fran25 a écrit :
Plus you can adopt poor children in a land ravaged by war and they ask for an allowance too.

Skyrim may be better at the run away economy than the others, but giving the kiddies stuff does help a little, personally I rarely give them less than the full 1,000 since I already have over 100k in a safe and my spending gold is over 100k, would be more but I had to pay off my crime bill in Morthal to continue the civil war.
kroNe 26 juin 2013 à 5h03 
its not actually ... i bought it just to get the achievements
mas dog2020 26 juin 2013 à 7h41 
whatch some gameplay on youtube it looks kind of fun.
Major Moolah 26 juin 2013 à 8h54 
For a bonus in the Legendary Edition it's allright but as an individual purchase it's not worth it. Even if it's not expensive it is silly to waste your time on digital mansions. Why not clean your real world apartment? And take that 5 bucks and get a treat for your cat, you know he deserves it
Dernière modification de Major Moolah; 26 juin 2013 à 8h55
Flynt coal 26 juin 2013 à 9h29 
I was skeptical at first, but while it takes a bit of setting up, the player houses you can build make a great home base, plus lots of chests so you can store your random ♥♥♥♥ you don't want to sell. Also, you can produce alchemy ingredients, get enchanting and alchemy towers, a bunch of stuff. Also, if you get a steward, you don't have to go into town to buy a horse, as you can just have your Steward get one. You can also get a carriage that can auto-warp you to every major settlement. My only major criticisms are

a) you can't train your adopted children in the arts of war and then give them badass armor (you CAN give them weapons, though. It's kind of funny watching the kids run around with Daderic artefacts) and then have them with you for the final battle.

b) I can't buy armor for my horse.
mas dog2020 26 juin 2013 à 9h31 
theres a mod for armored horses
Major Moolah 26 juin 2013 à 9h40 
If you want to talk mods then you should know that there are Workshop mods for both house building and adoption and they pre-date Hearthfire. Haven't tried them in a while but they should still be there
kroNe 26 juin 2013 à 11h15 
Spartan448 a écrit :
the player houses you can build make a great home base, plus lots of chests so you can store your random ♥♥♥♥ you don't want to sell. Also, you can produce alchemy ingredients, get enchanting and alchemy towers, a bunch of stuff.
yeah so basically every ♥♥♥♥ you can do in ordinary house
The Freeze Theory 26 juin 2013 à 13h05 
Are there any achievements you can only get from Hearthfire that I'm unaware of?
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