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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 12-27-11, 02:49 AM
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hunter or farmer, and woodelf. near whiterun. just because im great with a bow

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I actually gave this some thought. I would be a redguard treasure hunter who supplemented his income through smithing and enchanting. Id go through dwemer ruins and old crypts looking for treasure and bring back any dwemer metal scraps, soul gems, and ancient nord equipment I found along with the loot. Id reforge the metal scraps and old weapons, enchant them with the soul gems I found and resell them at the different holds. I'd try to get friendly with the companions so Id have access to the skyforge since that's the only place where you can reforge old dragur weapons. I'd also try to get an orc to declare me blood brother so I could mine in their strongholds. Finally, I'd try to get friendly with the vigilants of stendarr in the hopes that they might give me information on where some deadra might appear, giving me access to to a supply of deadra hearts for smithing. Id wear light armor and use a bow during excavations to decrease my risk of getting hit and run the hell away if it looks like anything might come to close. I actually might make this guy in skyrim. Give him archery, sneak, light armor, enchanting, and smithing perks.

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An assassin or a sell sword i have always leaned towards the rougey / bezerker style gameplay. Who doesnt love seeing a group of unawaress enemies, turn and wink at your cohorts, whisper "watch this," and come at them like a bat out of hell swords swinging!

"Blood cries out to blood they say, so let us spill their blood so we can hear it all the clearer."
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I'd want to be a Skyrim version of Ezio Auditore. However, this probably wouldn't work out, and I'd end up taking an arrow in the knee.
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