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psyk0's One-Size-Fits-All Character Creation Guide

Discussion in 'Skyrim Guides and Tutorials' started by psyk0, Jan 25, 2012.

  1. psyk0

    psyk0 No soul gem large enough.

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    I picked one-handed because I preferred having a shield to keep me alive, especially with Spellbreaker as it had a built-in ward. Survivability was a key factor which is the same reason I picked heavy armor over light (once you have the Weight Reduction perk there's little difference between the two, anyway; also heavy armor looks awesome. :)

    I did use a bow occasionally but I didn't bother putting any points into Archery. The Flame and Storm Atronachs are pretty effective at bringing down ranged enemies on their own.

    Hmm, Thief would allow you to level faster, at least until you get the Lover. Just work on grinding your Illusion whenever you can and you should be okay. You may want to work on Restoration too as the self-healing will make your life a lot easier.
     
  2. Geoff

    Geoff Throbbing Gristle

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    Would smithing be important? I mean Drangonscale and a daedric dagger are nice but can they mount up to a blade of woe or Mehrunes' razor? Or even nightingale armor?
     
  3. M'aiqaelF

    M'aiqaelF Male, 32 years old, Denver area, CO

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    if your smithing is maxed out and you use potions to further augment the skill, you can make weapons that are much more powerful than anything you can find in the game
     
  4. Geoff

    Geoff Throbbing Gristle

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    Thanks, I was thinking about doing that.
    But I remember merchants carrying daedric weapons at like level 60.
    This correct?
     
  5. M'aiqaelF

    M'aiqaelF Male, 32 years old, Denver area, CO

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    i'm sure you can buy them later in the game, but if you craft them yourself they will be more powerful since you can improve them to "legendary" level
     

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