I made a page intending to inform people that maybe aren't the typical RPG players and have limited time. The_busy_gamers_guide_to_skyrim is that page. I tried and tried to find a tactic how to approach the game so I would get as much out of it as i could and experience the whole game but not take 2 years to do it. I have so little time I"ve been working on it for months when i can (and i'm totally addicted) and i'm only level 31. i don't know where to put a link to my page, but its not something people would typically search for probably, and for people like me browsing quickly its hard to find. Could someone maybe add a little sentance to the front page or the main quest front page? Something like:
Short on time? The_busy_gamers_guide_to_skyrim is a rough guide how to approach the game if time is a concern for you.
If you think it's relevent. Thanks,
When editing the introduction to this article I felt that the original author was quite reluctant to mention the fact that the PC is actually the Dragonborn. While understandable, this makes it impossible to include any kind of meaningful information about the main quest of the game. The civil war figures mostly in sidequests and the actual Storyline is about the return of the Dragons and the player's role in those events. I'm thinking of simply stating that the PC is actually the Dragonborn, since that's what players will find out after less than an hour of playing anyway (if they immediately follow the main quest, at least). Any thoughts on this? Davoor (talk) 14:59, November 22, 2011 (UTC)
Paarthanax can be done after Dragonslayer. I was able to kill him and turn in the quest once I was brought back to the Throat of the World right after Dragonslayer.
After you complete the game can you resume with everything you had?
,Thanks 188.8.131.52 14:49, April 4, 2012 (UTC)
The first paragraph in Exceptions
- Paarthurnax is completely optional, however, it can only be completed during Act III, and before beginning The World Eater's Eyrie, because once you reach Skuldafn you cannot turn back.
has excessive comma usage. After "however" the first two clauses are the only two parts of the same "it can only be completed" clause and "once you reach Skuldafn..." is a direct modifier to "before beginning The World Eater's Eyrie". I think the comma after "however" can be removed since the following statement closely follows the statement before it, but I am not sure. I would at least suggest the following:
- Paarthurnax is completely optional, however, it can only be completed during Act III and before beginning The World Eater's Eyrie because once you reach Skuldafn you cannot turn back.