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The Elder Scrolls IV


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Yeah the combat was poor, exploring wasnt all that great anyway it was very repetitive and once you start using the unicorn it gets impractical.
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Yeah the combat was poor, exploring wasnt all that great anyway it was very repetitive and once you start using the unicorn it gets impractical.




What's the unicorn???
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Its a big white horse with a horn, you know a unicorn, in oblivion its guarded by 4 minotaurs, however while being incredibly fast its a scatty git and a violent pacifist if you attack anything while near enough for it to see you itll try to kill you and its not phenomenally easy to kill either.

It is as fast as the clappers, its round about the inn where you join the Dark brotherhood(guy you kill) in the woods behind 3/4 of a click or so in and slightly south.
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oooo thank you!

I'll look for this next time I play! Cant you jsut yeild ot him when he attacks you? :S

I just made a redguard warrior BTW. I've only played theifs and theyre pretty cool, i also have an assasin. I think il going to make a "caster" type soon!
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Redguards can pretty much do everything they have a great balance my characther was a redguard, heavy armour speciality very strong but light on his feet high stealth and securtiy especially after i got hold of the skeleton key. He made a good assasin as well the bonus of being able to fight your way out when it hit the fan is great.
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I want to ge my combat skils up with him, then ill work on stealth. I just finishied the arena too, gained a level. Oh and how do you get the skeleteon key?
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Its one of the artifacts from a tomb its near the town thats in the firth might be bravil its on the end of the river and the temple statue is on the otherside, could maybe be leyawin actually its in that area anyway but on the other side from any towns.

The stealth you should work up all the time same with agility, sneak and jump alot and you can build them simultaneously along with combat.
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Oh i jus looked it up on google, its one of the daedra shrines.

I also worked up my restoration and destruction skills b jsut randomly healing myself and throwing fireballs everywere, that way i bought better spells, despite my lvl.
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Restoration on my redgouard was always high but you almost never have time or patience to work with destruction as the attack levels will be so high you usually just hack away at em takes less time.

Get your repair levels up.
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I raise my destroction just to get hte fingers of hte mountain spell, when you get it at a low level its quite powerfull. And my armorer skill is in my main skills, its pretty easy too levle up. just Hit your sword against a wall and when it breaks, jsut repair it to 100 and restart. Quick way to level it up!
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Thats kinda cheatin though, if you level up more naturally you dont end up with a one sided charachter.
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hah your right! the thing is i havent really found many dungeons and places to fight, ive found a few alyeid ruins but they dont respawn very ofter for me, so its jsut slooow leveing...
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If you do everythng but the storyline missions levelling up is pretty fast lots to do. Dungeons and caves are everywhere but you find enough on quests it gets real boring just randomly dungeon diving. Probably the reason i got fed up when i ran out of stuff to do.
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This is an awesome game! Best RPG i've ever played!

I've been playing with my Mage Crusader for about 110 hours now and i've still got so much to do.
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Lol i had everything completed in about 40 hours of playtime. Its a great game when you still have plenty to do although i think i prefer Dungeon siege as an RPG.
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