I'm holding off on getting this game for now, I have no doubt there will be a game of the year edition with expansions.
I will bide my time...
PUNCHCAT's name will always be in all caps.
PUNCHCAT solves all of his problems with punching if possible. Use of other skills is permissible if they are the means to the end of punching.
PUNCHCAT lives and dies by the fist and claws, from his first hit of Skooma until he meets the giant litter box in the sky.
PUNCHCAT is a simple cat, but he's not actually stupid. He has goals and knows how to accomplish them -- through punching.
PUNCHCAT will try to Intimidate whenever presented with a choice, and if that doesn't work, will predictably resort to punching.
PUNCHCAT has no interest in learning magic, since spellcasting would occupy a valuable punching hand.
All of PUNCHCAT's attacks are Tiger Uppercuts.
PUNCHCAT will max out heavy armor, except the last perk that reflects damage. This is because PUNCHCAT would rather inflict the damage personally.
PUNCHCAT views every brawl as a life-or-death situation, since some filthy hairless mammal dared to challenge him to a punch-fight.
PUNCHCAT will learn the trades of Smithing, Alchemy, and Enchanting, largely to facilitate the ability to punch harder.
PUNCHCAT believes that sneaking up on someone to punch them is a perfectly acceptable way to achieve the mission of punching.
PUNCHCAT's paws are hardened blocks of stone, ill-suited to girly hairless mammal things like lockpicking.Legends tell the tale of a skeleton key that punches through doors, this is good enough for PUNCHCAT.
PUNCHCAT cannot block, but that doesn't even matter. He heard that shield-punching is possible; this is relevant to the interests of PUNCHCAT.
PUNCHCAT can do science. He eats flowers and bugs and doesn't give a damn.
PUNCHCAT distrusts white people, but will gladly bed their women. Since a Skyrim wife provides food, money, and a skill-up buff, PUNCHCAT fully embraces such a one-sided proposition.
PUNCHCAT considers the donkey punch to be the highest form of amorous expression. Yes, Lydia, you will be allowed to wear a helmet.
PUNCHCAT'S bukkit list:
--punch out ghost
--punch out robut
--punch out giant
--punch out mammoth
--punch out dragun
--PUNCH ALL THE THINGS
I've never used followers.. never had a reason to when you can backstab for 30x dmg and one shot with a bow most times.. slower paced game, but a lot less chance of death
Originally posted by Gazrok
The followers help when you have groups of enemies though, especially if the follower can sneak. Hard to backstab someone when there are 3 people in the room.
Next time I get to playthough, I read somewhere online about a guy who is playing it as honest as possible. He's making sure he avoids fighting at all costs (and therefore game-progression). He's just kind of 'moved into' a persons house in Riften, and spends his days chopping wood or selling salmon he's caught. Whenever he travels to sell his wares, he must find the safest way to avoid all possible fighting. Its an awesome read actually, but I forget where I saw it online!