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 Skyrim: A Treatise on The Awesomeness

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PostSubject: Skyrim: A Treatise on The Awesomeness    Sun Dec 11, 2011 4:20 am

I, Like many of you may have, was there to see release of what might very well be the greatest game in the last decade. I was on leave, at my mother's house at the time, and my brother graciously gave me the use of his computer. I brought the armchair in from the living room, cracked the first of four 24 ounce Rockstars, and plunged deep into the myth of the Elder Scrolls.

I started with a Breton. I wanted her focus to be mainly magic, but ended up using primarily one-handed. Its worked remarkably well, She is Twenty-First level and 61 in one-handed. I am mostly doing story line, and have also been suckered into most of the daedric quests.

I wouldn't mind knowing more about stealth-oriented quests, like the dark brotherhood or thieves guild. What are your thoughts?

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