Some of you may have already watched the Game Jam Video and seen, among other things, the awesome (my opinion) vampire execution; where the player plunges his fangs into his victim, sucks the blood out him of him, and kills him in said action.
IF the execution were to be added, how exactly would one be able to perform it? Would it be done randomly as all other executions are? Would it rely on whether the player has fed on the last 24 hours? Or would you have control over it?
I favor the more manual way. I have conjured up a way of making the feeding execution more controllable. Imagine, if you will, that a lone bandit has had the audacity to attack you, you easily with one slash of your sword, hurl of lightning, or shot with your bow, quickl…
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I've expienced what I assume to be a very rare bug, in which reanimated creatures, people, and undead disintegrate when entering places that require loading. The strange thing is that sometimes they keep following me, however since their bodies have disintegrated, all I can witness of their presence is their disembodied voice and echoing footsteps. At first, I thought I was being haunted by angry ghosts. Later on I realized that it was a bug..
So I went online and searched to see if anyone else had experienced the same bug; I found nothing of the sort. I have three characters and they all have experienced the same thing.
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In a report by the British Board of Film Classification detailing all of the naughty things within Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it notes that in the game you'll actually be allowed to engage in one of the civilized world's biggest taboos: eating other human beings. Sounds fun.
According to the BBFC's "Extended Classification Information" on Skyrim, "[S]trong aspects of the game include...a section where you make the choice whether to join a group of cannibals in eating human flesh."
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You’re walking through the Tundra as you notice a pair of wolves, they shouldn’t be a problem you’ve dealt with their type before. After unleashing the shock spell in your left hand you take out the wolf to your left. The wolf on your right begins to charge at you eventually taking a chunk of the flesh from your right forearm, you retaliate with a well placed swing of your Battle Axe. You notice the rest of the pack is just over the hill in front of you, you’re weapon is damaged and your Magicka is a little low. You turn to your reanimation spell and cast it upon both of the wolves; you now have some back-up.
The Mages Guild has disbanded and with that, Necromancy has made its way back in to Tamriel. Reanimated creatures have always been a …Read more >