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The Milkman

aka Kenneth Cummings

  • I live in AMERICA!
  • I was born on November 21
  • My occupation is aspiring writer
  • I am a cyborg, but that's OK.
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    Saga of Rex

    November 18, 2014 by The Milkman

    Hey guys, I just wanted to let you know that I recently completed a Let's Play series in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The LP itself focuses on the story of Rex, a poor Argonian living in the Windhelm docks, who is forced out of his home and into the most treacherous parts of Skyrim on a mission to deliver a book to Solitude. Along the way, he'll hone his survival skills, discover the meaning of friendship, and learn what it means to be a true hero.

    Be sure to out the playlist of background music I made for the series here. Click on each image below to go to each part of the story.

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    The Saga of Rex Update

    October 20, 2014 by The Milkman

    Hey guys, just wanted to make a quick blog post about a sort of image-based LP thing I did for Skyrim, Saga of Rex. Basically it just details the adventures I go on as my new Argonian character. I know I haven't written a lot a blog posts recently, so hopefully some of you who enjoy reading some of my stuff can enjoy that! :)

    ~~Ken

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    I recently started playing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for PC, and one of the first mods I installed was Alternate Start Arrive by Ship by Robert Evrae. As someone's who played hundreds of hours on the PlayStation 3 version, I think I've seen my fair share of that lame tutorial dungeon. I know how to play the game. As a veteran player, all I want to do is roll a new character and get started in the world. There are certainly more offensive tutorials, but the one in this game can be a bit of a crawl.

    In the vanilla game, you're asked to fill out your characters stats over the course of a very linear dungeon. With the Alternate Start Arrive by Ship mod, I instead arrived in Cyrodiil as an immigrant. Rather than choosing my class, birthsign, …


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    The Elder Scrolls has always prided itself on freedom. Freedom of choice, freedom to customise, and freedom to explore at the player's own pace. However, I think there's a point in these games wherein you simply have too much freedom, such that it makes for a weaker experience overall.


    In most entries in the franchise, you can be anyone and do anything, with no real restriction. In fact, even your actions themselves won't restrict your actions. You can the Listener for the Dark Brotherhood, Harbinger of the Companions, Arch-Mage of the College of Winterhold, a Nightingale in the Thieves Guild, and still have time to save the world from Alduin and end the civil war for the empire. Yes, you have the freedom to do those things, but the way in wh…


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    Blog Update

    May 26, 2014 by The Milkman

    Hey all, Ken here. Wanted to update whoever reads my nonsensical ramblings on this wiki. I'm planning on another couple of short blog posts to this wiki soon, so keep your eyes peeled for that sometime later today. In addition, I also wrote a short story about my first few minutes in the PC version of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion proper, which you can catch over here on Imgur.

    If you want updates on where to find anything I've written, you can follow my Twitter here.

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