With the came and gone of Christmas, perhaps you've been left in the cold by Santa, with not a new game to be had. Perhaps you've nothing new to play, and Skyrim sits lonely and unplayed on your shelf. No reason to play Skyrim any more, you've already done every thing you could possibly do in that game.
That's where you're wrong!
There is still plenty to do, you just have thought of it, so allow me to think of it for you.
You are a milk drinker. You can't fight, you are easily frightened, and have a strong distaste for germs.
You have to rely on followers to help you though the dangers of Skyrim. You may use your fists in the most dire of situations, but other than that, nothing. No weapons, no magic. You must also maintain an armor rating of …
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After many hours of of traveling Solstheim and beyond I gained a good overview of the add-on. I found it to be overall quite enjoyable, but certainly not without its shortcomings.
Solstheim is an impressive sight when first seen. Everything seems new and different, from the roaming Netch to the Ash wastes. The sky is shrouded in ash, making it at first difficult to even tell time of day, and Red Mountain is a constant sight to the south-east, continuously adding to the massive ash cloud above your head. The arcitecture of Raven Rock and Tel Mithryn, the new voice actors for the numerous Dunmer, the return of many music tracks from Morrowind, the new wildlife native to the Solstheim ashlands, and even the difference in lighting made by the s…
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Since it is really my one and only duty as a Horseman of the Apocalypse, I thought i'd inform you of upcoming events. Tomorrow the great dragon Alkreinkiin will fly out of the sun and use his mighty power of the thu'um to destroy the Earth. Remember to save all your important documents to a flash drive, bring a packed lunch, finish the last load of laundry, and make sure you've got some reading material.
On a completely unrelated note, I've finally finished Dragonborn and just need to get to writing. You can expect my review later today, or tomorrow at the worst.
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After finally getting around to finishing the Legion, I able to purchase the home Hjerim, which I hear is considered to be one of the best vanilla houses do to it having the largest armoy. This being the case I decided I would move there from my poor little Breezehome. I went to Breezehome to collect all my things in preparing for the big move, giving a small number of choice items I wanted to keep from getting lost in all my crap to Lydia for safe keeping, and collecting every other item of value from my house. Out of curiosity I decided to check my weight, as I was well past my limit of 500 I was sure. My total weight was 6799. I quite literally laughed out loud at this.
It's going to be a long walk to Windhelm...
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Not too long after the release of for the Xbox 360, I had decided to make two blogs (admittedly only one was serious, while the other was posted as more of a joke). These were almost immediately buried under Applesauce (Dragonborn) and such non-sense, and since they did not relate to the new Dragonborn, were lost and forgotten along with many other blogs. With the week of release, some of the fiasco has died down, but I am thinking of going along with it and making a Dragonborn related blog.
As I finally get around to completing Dawnguard and the Legion, I would ask before I start Dragonborn if anyone would be interested in me writing a review of it for those on PC and PS3, and possibly some apprehensive Xbox players.Read more >