What You Need to Know(about me):Edit
When I was young, my brother introduced me to a strange game titled Morrowind. I played it, found that enchanted swords along with those scrolls, and soon rage quit because I found my first creature. Luckily, my brother bought another quirky little thing called Oblivion, years later. Our roles were reversed; He showed little interest in the game while I poured 2000+ hours into it. I played that game like the world depended on it, and for my case, it might as well has. My mother was stricken with breast cancer, and Oblivion helped me get through those troubled time. Even through all those hours, and all of my 20 characters, I never found my self doing the main quest (besides visting Chorrol). Ironically, I ended up finishing the main quest the DAY before Skyrim came out, and I felt because of this, I had a very unique experience with the game. I am proud to say I have done EVERY single quest in that game, and bought and played all the DLCs (go Horse Armor!!!). 4 years after Oblivion came out, I heard about...
I was a devot follower. I had built up so much anticipation. I knew everything there was to know to about it before it came out. I attempted to learn everything in the game in the same fashion I did before it came out, but, let's just say I was a little overwhelmed. Still, Skyrim was the focus of my life for a good 4 months. After it was released, I bought it. Now I'm over 500 hours in and loving the whole thing.