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Discussion in 'News and Announcements' started by Rayven, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. Ava B-N

    Ava B-N New Member

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    I would write a walkthrough on a few missions in skyrim. Like the main quest so I can learn how to write walkthroughs and maybe get into some of the harder quests. I enjoy writing so I could also write stories about skyrim like how each mission would be experienced in first person. I am getting to be a pretty good writer so I want to write for you.
     
  2. PurpleFurret

    PurpleFurret TheExploitBoi

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    If anyone needs help killing Alduin I will tell you how, I killed Alduin level 18 by almost maxing out my one-handed skill tree and learning a good few shouts. The DLC that helped me the most was Dragonborn because is it gives you free ebony weapons and the Dragon Aspect shout. Become ethereal is a good one to have. DO NOT TRY TO SUMMON ODAVIING it won't work because you're in Sovngarde. Wear Krosis or Volsung, Krosis will help you with archery, while Volsung will give you extra carry weight for stuff like potions. Use the follower infinite arrow exploit (give one arrow of any type to your follower and pick up the arrows for an arrow generator) on low-level enemies like Bandits before you go to Sovngarde. Level up your smithing till you can get Nordic armor (DLC) this will help you so much in Sovngarde, Put most of your levels into the weapon you're going to use. I hope this will help you kill Alduin
     
  3. phatbassanchor

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    I tried the link to send the message but received a 404 internet error.

    However, I would be rather pleased to write content regarding my beloved Skyrim. It has been my favorite game since first discovering it in 2017 when my son gave me a copy of SSE for my old PS3. After six months of non-stop game play, well over a thousand hours, I began to encounter some game breaking glitches and decided to move back to PC to try out some of the many intriguing mods I had seen for the game, like the Asteria Dwemer Airship player home by MattCM919 and Bijin's Lydia. Fast forward past well over 1500 mods tested to my current LO containing 300 mods at present and you may begin to get the idea... I love Skyrim! I've seen her flaws and her grandest adventures. I love this game and would be most pleased to provide content based not only on my own experiences but those of my many friends as well.
    I will be receiving an upgrade to my gaming machine within a month and look forward to learning to create my own mods, most likely followers and npc replacements at least at first.
    I've seen that side of the game in part by aiding my friends who author mods in various ways. I was able to aid Nicoroshi in reimagining Skyrim archery to be more realistic and enjoyable. He soaked up my 45 years IRL archery experience like the proverbial sponge and created the most amazing bows and arrows ever made for Skyrim, for any game I've played for that matter. I do not share this to brag, although it is something in which I am proud to have been a part.
    Now, there may be some who say, "who's this newbie to say he knows Skyrim. I've been playing since 11/11/11." Well, I cannot claim to have that much experience as I was still neck deep in the Fallout and Diablo franchises at that time. I've been playing RPG's on PC since the first Fallout in 1998 and RPG's like D&D since 1980. I am a huge fan of putting the role play in RPG. There's a host of other titles I've played as well. But, I'm a Fallout veteran with literally hundreds of thousands of gameplay hours in franchise and similar numbers in the Diablo franchise. Yet, since Christmas of 2017 I have logged well in excess of seven thousand hours in Skyrim, mostly in SSE, maybe closer to ten or twelve thousand. I've lost track at this point. I'm retired. What else is a disabled old geezer like me to do? I also have spent countless thousands of hours in conversations with my dear friends discussing Skyrim 'til the wee hours of the morning on Nexus and bethnet forums. Since bethnet forums are going away, I am hoping to find a new home in which to discuss my beloved Skyrim. So, if you would like me to contribute I am certainly happy to do so. I always try to see both sides of any given subject as we all play in different ways, some with a few mods, others like me with many, while others prefer the vanilla gaming experience and even ramp up the difficulty with specific challenges that go well above and beyond the vanilla game. I've seen and played them all and made friends on every side of that coin.
    If you prefer to have my input on a particular topic I am happy to do that or mod reviews and recommendations or nearly anything you like. If I don't know I ask those who do. That's how this Skyrim and modding community seems to work.
    Just let me know. I'll be avidly posting either way because I certainly enjoy talking about the things I love which most definitely includes Skyrim.
    Just FYI... I do no use ENB or mods that alter vanilla locations. So, I wouldn't be much help there. I expect my vanilla sites to look and be organized how I remember them. Where I do use mods is pretty much everywhere else. My favorites include followers, npc replacements, weapons mods including replacers and custom pieces/collections, gameplay changes/cheats, quest mods, player homes and apparel. Phat knows those types of mods rather well. I'm also a fair hand with console commands... yes, Phat cheats in Skyrim.;) I've played thousands of hours of vanilla so I prefer to bypass the grindy bits and get straight to the meat now. But, I don't judge anyone's play style.
    I'll leave you with something I've said rather frequently over the years. We are each our own unique brand of weird. There is no "normal" only average and average is boring. So, be unique, be yourself and accept those around you for their uniqueness as well. We could all use a bit more tolerance and less finger pointing. You have two ears and one mouth for a good reason... Listen.
    Adventure on my friends, Phat:pinkdragon::bluedragon:
     
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    phatbassanchor New Member

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    PS: I mentioned the Asteria by MattCM919. So, I should also add my personal thanks to JohnnyQuest101 for his brilliant port/remodel of the classic SLE player home and Matt for his kind permissions. Sure, it was my idea. But, all I did was talk to the right people. So, thanks again to Matt and Johnny. I have a couple dozen player homes that I cycle through fairly regularly. But, the Asteria is a fixture in my game, languidly floating above the ever lovely Lake Ilinalta.
    Adventure on friends, Phat:pinkdragon::bluedragon:
    Here's the view at night from the forward deck with Nightshade and Meara:yay:
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  5. Jaymes Wright

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    Sorry to bother you,
    Ok.......

    How do I get past the bug at the end of the Taking care of business mission for thieves guild?

    I done this countless times but I'm being a numpty and totally forgot...‍♂️

    I collect 3 debts and go back to Brynjolf.
    We speak, then I follow into cistern.
    Then he stands still then after a while attacks me!
     

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