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Wednesday, December 14, 2011


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Chestnut Rau

I am a steathy Khajiit -- which is a cat like creature. I really do love Skyrim. Its a great game and the world is just stunning.

foneco zuzu

I can only advise all that are enjoying Elder Scrolls, to try the old titles as well.
Oblivion was already stunning graphically, but older titles have better story behind it (Morrowind, Draggonfal, Redguard and Arena)and all have link sin between them.
And I always played as a breton, lol!

foneco zuzu

And If Linden Labs should learn something from Betsheda, watch the way you enter any of their games, with a small quest where you learn how to use all that the game offers!

Dale Innis

Redguard too, because they're a nice mix of interesting-looking but not too different (I was afraid the cat or lizard or bug or whatever people might have complicated powers I wouldn't want to have to figure out with my first character).

Skyrim is pretty (in places), but I'm finding it annoying enough to play so far that I'm not playing it much. Maybe just because I'm using a console version and my reflexes are too aged to smoothly manipulate viewpoint and character motion at the same time. (And if there were some way to shut the @#$ NPCs up so they don't keep saying the same four things over and over and over and over and over... it's driving me mad.)

Or maybe I just miss having other real people around, being spoiled by SL an' WoW. :)

Toxic Menges

Khajit all the way!

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