Skyrim help please?

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posted on Oct, 15 2013 @ 10:49 PM
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Well I would not say I was frustrated more just like surprised and pissed. I am pretty sure I was in her cabin just garbing thing at random, and I must of taken the wrong thing because when i got outside she started attacking me. And I was like "WTF whats your problem" After that, well the tale above ensued.

I think there are a few glitches for the PS3 version of skyrim, I used to know a few. You could probably find them online if they have not been patched up. One even pretty much maxed out all your levels, you could literally become maxed in archery or other skill paths such as magic. I think one involved a tome in a quest which gave you xp and points, you could glitch it to get the tome over and over till you literally maxed out your characters stats. I did it, and the game becomes pretty easy, but also all the npc and enemies you come across become maxed out so it sort of balances out. However it sort of kills the game, so I would not bother with it, or do what I did and make another save just to mess around with such things.

If the game was online and you could play with friends it would be much better, I dont know why they did not implement that part, I mean you can hire henchmen and such. But it would have been better if instead of that you can just sign in online, and have somebody you know play that part in your world version of the game and they would gain xp and a share of the loot and such. A bit like something they implemented in Dark Souls were you can summon real people to help you out, or just play the game together.

Maybe next game they make they will implement something like that. Oh and there making a elder scrolls online. Don't know if it will be a hit, but we will see I suppose.

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posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 09:26 AM
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Is it PC version or console?

There is a compass bar on top and if you open your map, you can enable and disable by order the quests you want to finish first (missions). Then if you look in the upper compass bar, there is an indicator that points you were the quest is!

Skyrim also gives you the possibility to get your own house, followers, marriage and children... So please ask...


If you have pc version, you can also divorce. I quit playing it, but I can give you lots of tutorials " HOW TO" - Pc version.

Now I am expecting " FALL OUT 4 " from Bethesda.. Its the same as skyrim, but even more innovative, with more social between you and NPCs possibilities and its SURVIVAL, after an armagedon - sci-fi
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posted on Nov, 19 2013 @ 05:56 AM
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if you have internet you have google and skyrim wiki. use them.



posted on Nov, 19 2013 @ 09:17 AM
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my problem is not knowing where to go


Its open world environment.

You go where you want to.


Do you mean not knowing where to go when starting a mission?




I know i dont have to do the missions but i dont know where to go if im not doing them,


Just explore the beauty of skyrim,




at the minute im doing the first mission but when i have to go to the white church i think its called i have no clue what to do.



Its been a while scince I played as GTA 5 has consumed all my PS time,

But I believe at the beginning of each mission you will be given instructions that when you pause and highlight the mission in the pause and map menu there should be a list of things you need to do to complete the mission.
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posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 05:36 PM
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I highly recommend you to change the difficulty of combat to 'novice' in gameplay-options.



posted on Dec, 30 2013 @ 05:41 PM
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What is it, dragons?!



posted on Jan, 14 2014 @ 12:58 AM
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Not sure what my noob tactic was, but it almost always involves brute power without heavy armor.

Get your single hand and block up. Keep light armor stuff. I remember getting my enchanting up and using conjured weapons. Get the perk so you get a life doohickey on a conjured weapon kill.

First main thing to max out would be blacksmith...light armor path, not heavy.

Then enchanting.

Light armor and single handed weapons with a shield.

Conjuring weapons is a must. It'll level up like crazy on each kill.

Buy and save all the soul thingies you can. Store them in your house.

All I remember. Got to a point where the hardest setting was super easy.



posted on Feb, 6 2014 @ 12:54 PM
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What you do is pull up your list of quests. On the consoles you just hit the start button and it pulls them up. You can hit the x/a button when you have a quest selected and it should change the symbol on the right side of the quest's name.
If you have it selected a marker will appear in the in the bar at the top where enemies show up leading you to your destination.

To get just a teency bit more specific, if the target marker arrow has a box surrounding it, it means where you need to be is actually inside a house or building or cave. If it is just the arrow alone that means you're in the same area and won't have to travel through doors or anything.

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You could buy/find/learn the clairvoyance spell and just cast that. It actually shows the path(only while you're casting it) to where your quest is going to take you. I know this topic is pretty old, I just wanted to explain this myself. Hope it helps!

Also:


What's a gomod?



posted on Mar, 5 2014 @ 10:48 AM
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To help you navigate the map of Skyrim, I would strongly suggest you buy the clairvoyance spell. Also, if you're dying a lot, I would suggest you spend time smithing and making better armor. You can make a lot better equipment than you can just find or buy in the game.



posted on Mar, 14 2014 @ 05:18 AM
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Here's my advice. Max out your destruction skill. Max out enchanting.

My current load out from years ago consists of a custom helmet, tunic, boots, ring, and ring. Combined between them my destruction attacks take 0% mana. Meaning, I can spam my most powerful attacks over, and over, and over. The city at the most North East of the country is where you begin your Arch Mage trials, where you will fast forward your magic path.

I also have dual swords that kill the most badass dragons on the hardest difficulties in less than 6 hits lol.

Good luck and have fun! The point is to explore, but use your quest log to follow the main story quests.





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