LuckyRedFox 10 sep 2013 om 10:42vm
Stormcloaks or Imperials?
My character has no love or even cares about either side, but he doesn't want to see a land torn to pieces over a pointless war; he's made too many friends and allies in his many adventures. But he's still trying to piece together what the better course of action should be, given the collection of books he gathered over 200+ playing hours and the evidence taken from the Thalmor Embassy.

Would following Ulfric lead to a better future for Tamriel? Or would following the Empire?
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MikuCore 10 sep 2013 om 10:54vm 
I doesnt matter much...
in all honesty, i would flip a coin...

Others can go much more in detail on this topic than me... or try the search function. threads like yours pop up every then and now... there should be 1 or 2 left for you to read.
Laatst bewerkt door MikuCore; 10 sep 2013 om 10:55vm
Major Moolah 10 sep 2013 om 10:58vm 
I play with Empire for real-world belief reasons. We do not know what happens after Skyrim so we cannot say what the effects of the Civil War will be. In-game effects are not exactly world-shattering.
Major Moolah 10 sep 2013 om 11:00vm 
Origineel geplaatst door NightCore:
i would flip a coin...

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Good night Internet
Laatst bewerkt door Major Moolah; 10 sep 2013 om 11:00vm
MikuCore 10 sep 2013 om 11:01vm 
Origineel geplaatst door Major Moolah:
Origineel geplaatst door NightCore:
i would flip a coin...

If you have no Euros at the moment, you can do this digitally too. http://www.random.org/coins/

Good night Internet
cool website, saves my cash from dropping on the ground...
LuckyRedFox 10 sep 2013 om 11:03vm 
....Now part of me wants to time-travel and play as the Nerevarine again. At least that long adventure had you right an old wrong (the Tribunal, what happened at Red Mountain, a ♥♥♥♥ed off Azura, etc.) with spectacular fireworks (dat half-finished Dwemer Megazord :3). I know the effects aren't immediate, but my character is split on this decision.
Xemgoa Psycho Dovahstar Ω 10 sep 2013 om 11:13vm 
I believe there was a topic on this already.
Pantsu 10 sep 2013 om 11:14vm 
Can't you play both?
LuckyRedFox 10 sep 2013 om 11:45vm 
I...went and read another discussion thread, and yes, I should just go ahead and silently kill every Stormcloak, Imperial, and Thalmor I see. ::sigh:: Why can't they make me Emperor? I know I'm not a Septim, I know that if I tried I'd get a silent hissy fit from Ulfric and a death glare from the Thalmor, and I'm probably guessing Akatosh miiiiight strike me down for trying to do so.

At least I'm not the idiot called Miraak who called "first" on being Dragonborn.
Xemgoa Psycho Dovahstar Ω 10 sep 2013 om 12:02nm 
Slay them all, there "is" a mod that lets you become High king of Skyrim.
Hundr 10 sep 2013 om 12:20nm 
Well, both sides will completely forget who you are, and nothing specific will happen except for some extra dialogue that will never be used anyway.

Which color do you like the best of blue and red?
Laatst bewerkt door Hundr; 10 sep 2013 om 12:21nm
Vahlok Ro Tiid 10 sep 2013 om 12:57nm 
The Dragonborn is the bloodline of Akatosh.
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 10 sep 2013 om 1:04nm 
The only right side is the side you believe is right. If you've played New Vegas, then get the image of the New Vegas Legion out of your head for the Imperial Legion - because things aren't as black and white in Skyrim as they were in New Vegas. There's a lot of stuff we learn throughout the course of the game about both factions, but there's even more we don't that took place between Oblivion and Skyrim. Both sides are just two different shades of gray.

The one faction you know is evil, though, is the Thalmor. So just make sure you kill lots of them regardless of what side pick.
*VictorFrankenstein* 10 sep 2013 om 1:11nm 
One thing that made me choose my side very clearly in every playthrough is one simple fact:

The Stormcloaks are fullfledged racists. Each and (almost) every one of them.

Since I never tend to play a nord, why should I pick a side that has a ton of prejudice against me and probably wants to get rid of a powerful outsider who could threaten "Nord rule of Skyrim".

The facts you find in the Thalmor embassy only add to this.

Killing a weak and useless emperor in the Dark Brotherhood Questline and siding with the Legion are my way of making sure that the Thalmor are in for one hell of a fight.
Hamsterbytes , bits and nibbles 10 sep 2013 om 2:12nm 
I chose Imperials because it seems to be the most right side to be on.
I move my cursor out of my way as I type this and the black lines above highligthed some words. So that help re-enforce my feelings about the side I chose.
SlowedWumbo735 10 sep 2013 om 2:19nm 
I say Stormcloaks as they actually protect their people from the Thalmor unlike the Empire who does absolutely nothing. Overall, it doesn't really matter as nothing really changes either way.
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