September 18, 2012
k9mouse Oct 22, 2012 @ 4:06pm
Kaita's Nose / POV
This pic is interesting, one can see her nose on the down on the lowest part of the pic. I wondor what the world be like if we have view point? (minus the eye patch and bad eye) She can not see what she eats if it is up close (thus the winskers) and she has a blind spot if she is in a battle...
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Admiral Nutbar Oct 23, 2012 @ 1:47pm 
I don't think it would affect her combat that much (for whatever fighting skill she has :U) having a khajiit nose n' all. She probably doesn't focus on it, like how we normally wouldn't focus our vision on our noses. Unless the enemy is directly under her of course. Also she might have a bit of an advantage as she can see in the dark too.
k9mouse Oct 23, 2012 @ 2:05pm 
"A cat's vision is best between six to 18 feet in front of it"
This is a RL cat, Khajiit may be a little different, but still. It seems to be a trade off overall, a small blind spot vs good night vision. "Cats see clearly in only 1/6 the light we humans need"

Just some random trivia... =)
k9mouse Oct 23, 2012 @ 2:18pm 
Our noses don't stick out a few inches either.....
Admiral Nutbar Oct 23, 2012 @ 2:36pm 
Well...yeah you got me there. I have no idea about Khajiit eyesight (or cats) :P

Maybe TES's lore covers most of the details on khajiit vision. If they had info on Argonian eyesight then I bet they have some on them too.

Edit: I only used human noses as an example too. I mean, you *could* see the tip of your nose if you look directly down. Thought that would apply to khajiit too, but I had no idea their noses went out 1/2 a foot. Oh wells :U

*unless I just have a big nose :'I
Last edited by Admiral Nutbar; Oct 23, 2012 @ 2:42pm
Sierra May 5, 2013 @ 10:34pm 
Oblivion POV mod anyone?
Steel Knight Jul 21, 2013 @ 4:27pm 
All humans can see their own nose, it's just that unless you are intentionally trying to see it your brain phases it out. It follows Khajiit have the same thing.
k9mouse Jul 21, 2013 @ 5:32pm 
Yes, you have a point. I would also like to point out, it does block the field of view somewhat. ( At least for very quick glances). I meant when they move their eyes around, not in the case moving her head
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