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Living In Skyrim Or Solstheim?

Discussion in 'General Skyrim Discussion' started by jarif, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. jarif

    jarif Well-Known Member

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    As far as im concerned the dlc should be called ''The elder scrolls : Solstheim'' lol but do you live in skyrim anymore? For me i have to return to skyrim soon for Hearthfire as us ps3 players can build a house but anyway the tittle says it all
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  2. Subtle

    Subtle An Unexpected Ally

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    HAH! Lol the "tittle".

    That is all.
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  3. Psiberzerker

    Psiberzerker Author

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    I stay in Raven Rock, or Tel Mithryn, but I never was much of a homebody. Another one of my characters married Uthgerd, and lives with her in the Cloud District of Whiterun.
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  4. Lizzifer

    Lizzifer Watch out for hop-ons.

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    I hate to admit that I kind of find Solstheim depressing. It just has the feeling of a land just ravaged by fire. Also, the ash spawn scare the living sh** out of me and no way in hell am I going to voluntarily chill with them on my front lawn.
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  5. Voodoo_uk2

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    Im with Lizzither Solstheim is a great place to Visit but you wouldn't want to live there, i go there to use the BlackBook mostly as all i get in Skyrim when i perform this Dark Evil act is a vision followed by a weird mini Earth Quake
    You can have a lot of fun Exploring different kinds of Wildlife Races and everything but after a while it is quite depressing and i find myself Wanting back to Skyrim
    ps.everything looks soo Ashey
  6. Willow

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    Honestly, the first time I went to Solstheim I was pretty amazed at how awesome it looks. It doesn't really fit with my "good" nord warrior to reside there full time and I agree that it looks a little depressing, but I do like it. Sometimes the landscape in Skyrim can get a little redundant and I like how Solstheim really does feel like you're on a different planet. I think I'll eventually make a creepy dark elf character and have them live in Raven Rock.
  7. Volanere

    Volanere Grand Magister

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    I didnt like solstheim at all it is always gloomy and dark and filled with to many dark elves lol. I stay in the lakeview manor.
  8. TheLonelyWolve

    TheLonelyWolve My precious

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    Solsthiem is a little dull, too gloomy ect, Once I get hearthfire and dawnguard it's back to skyrim for me.
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    I do not like the Solstheim house. It's so dark and gloomy that I've had to drop torches so I have more light. The environment outside doesn't help either. So, Lakeview Manor shall remain my main base.
  10. Ritterkreuz

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    My current Dragonborn has yet to visit Solstheim, but I checked it out quickly on an older build. I'd say Skyrim is definitely going to stay my home. Don't get me wrong, Solstheim is a great place to visit, but it's just not home for me.
  11. Nakatsu_Hime

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    There's no way I'm staying in Raven Rock. It's far too dusty. I'll keep the Manor I was given - now that someone's actually removed the corpses of the previous residents, but I'll only remain there whilst I have work to do.

    I'd like to build a place where there's grass, trees, perhaps a stream and relatively low numbers of wolves, spiders and dragons.

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