>"Is that..amulet of Talos you're wearing?!"
>attack with warhammer multiple times
>enemy doesn't flinch
>every weapon in Tamriel is actually made of styrofoam
>only High Elf you can marry without cheats looks like absolute shit
Fuck you, Todd, I just wanted to have a qt Aldmeri wife.
The moment I found out the crazy shit I could do with Magic, I went full wizard mode.
>having an army of summon beast
>Bring the dead back to life, to fight for you
>making a blizzard and freezing everyone
>shooting a lighting bolt out of your hand and killing a Dragon in seconds
The only weapon I did use was a mace, which was very to cut off heads with.
Fuck, Skyrim was so bad. I know it's probably important to people's lives because they were young like Oblivion was to me (I'm 23), but Jesus the limited freedom in that game fucking sucked. I want to be a fucking murder hobo, let me kill EVERYONE or fuck off.
Man, you think Hadvar had it bad? What about Valen Dreth? The shapeshifter in the cell across from his murdered him and sent his soul to Sithis.
>tfw still haven't played Morrowind
>tfw computer is kill
You know one thing we should all appreciate about Skyrim? The diversity of cave inhabitants.
One cave is regular bandits, the next is vampires, the next is skeletons and necromancers, the next is a poor man's College of Winterhold, and they even have fucking Falmer.
I mean, that's more than most caves in Oblivion which were just fucking goblins.
Except magic is literally the worst way to fight
>Only one of any summon at a time
>Undead count as summons
>Frozen enemies hit just as hard and still aren't dead, because
>Damage doesn't scale in magic, even the top-teir spells cast by a master are worthless next to a weapon made of the best material
>Bandi- no wait, it's Draugr
Skyrim was a step backwards in every way. Every single PREVIOUS game is better in some way, whether it be writing, systems, or gameplay in general.
Well if you believe his (no doubt exaggerating) descendant he did kill six guards and hat's only the people who dragged him to the cell, never mind what he must have done to get locked up in the first place.
I killed his descendant too, felt like such a shame to let his bloodline linger
There was a good mod for Undead Thrall spell that raises the limit you can have as well as how you can interact with them to make them more like regular followers.
If you want to do a necromancer playthrough I'd say it's a must have.