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Fergal

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I'm a Skyrim noob, haven't played much, something like level 5. Lmfao.But I really want to get into the game, what quests are WORTH doing? I know there are going to be useless ones, just like RuneScape has.

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The main quest obviously, though it's probably best to hold off on it imo. The guild quests (Thieves, Champions, Mage, Dark Brotherhood) with the Thieves probably being the best (haven't done DB quests yet though and they're usually great). Then there are Civil War quests where you choose a side and essentially choose who rules Skyrim.

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Daedric quests can give some amazing items as reward.

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Oh, yeah. Some of the Daedric quests should be done as soon as possible. E.g. Aura's Star (except you should get the black star instead)

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As far as Theives' Guild quest goes, you should progress through it to the point where you get the Skeleton Key, which is an unbreakable lockpick. In Skyrim, you have to give that up to complete the quests, but if you choose to turn it in and restore the guild to it's former glory, you get a shopkeeper with 4000 gold to spend, which is nice.The Main quest is fun and should be done. If you are primarily a mage character, the Mages Guild ends with some pretty nice robes. You should definitely look into some of the Daedric shrine quest as well, especially Azura's star, the one with that shield (such language), and Sheogorath's quest cause he's hilarious.

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Sheogorath's quest cause he's hilarious.

Also, according to lore, your character from Oblivion IS Sheogorath.

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Also, according to lore, your character from Oblivion IS Sheogorath.

Only if you played shivering isles. Which I would have to say was the most fun I had on oblivion.

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Yeah, you would only understand it if you played Shivering Isles. But since that expansion it's been added to the official, well, I'll just call it the "storyline" that links all the games and time frames together. If you listen to Shoegorath you'll hear him reference "being around" and such for various happenings in Oblivion that your character would have also been involved in, like the Mages Guild storyline.

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Yeah, you would only understand it if you played Shivering Isles. But since that expansion it's been added to the official, well, I'll just call it the "storyline" that links all the games and time frames together. If you listen to Shoegorath you'll hear him reference "being around" and such for various happenings in Oblivion that your character would have also been involved in, like the Mages Guild storyline.

I like to think madness turns us all into grey-haired Scottish men.

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Mageman

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I like to think madness turns us all into grey-haired Scottish men.

Come back soon, or I'll pluck out your eyes!Just decided to play it again, made me realize how much I enjoyed it.

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Currently doing the College of Winterhold quests, may as well. :) Might do the thieve's guild quests after. >:)

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The Hero of Cyrodiil is SHEOGORATH? I never played Oblivion, but that's a suprising fact. What if the hero of Cyrodiil was a redguard or elf?

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My last comment stands.




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