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Fergal

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What did you choose? I went with Nord, just because it looks like a human; couldn't even imagine myself as a elf etc. xDHeard Nords were well rounded too, so I think it's a nice choice. :)

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David

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Altmer. Best magic bonuses and I was going for a magic user.

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Altmer. Best magic bonuses and I was going for a magic user.

Ooooh, look at you, using the technical name. Same as me though, I'm heavy magic-based.

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Ha, I actually couldn't even remember what they were called. Had to google high elf. [/fail]

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Well I've went through three characters so far. First one was an Imperial, second was Orc, and now I'm pure maging with Altmer.

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Huygens

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I choose Nord, but I'm more of a sneaky type ingame, ranging npcs from distance, so Nord is not right for me :)

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FunnyPirate

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I do not play skyrim and I actualy don't understand that much about it but I usualy in games like this chose magic based characters because I like it more so my choice would be some kind of good magic guy like David chose.

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Fergal

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No Skyrim...? Get it now.

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Huygens

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No Skyrim...? Get it now.

no mw3? ...

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ArcherMageAssassin

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Well, Wood elf was what I was in IV, so i decided to use it again. Great for sneak attack bonuses, and I hardly ever have to fight much at close range. I'd rather take out my enemies like some kind of fantasy ninja. If they're dead before they know I'm nearby, that just makes for more dungeon time. And dungeon time is the best kind of time!

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I'll admit that sneak/archery is the one build that I've never done, even in Oblivion. It'll probably be my next one in Skyrim though.

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Fergal

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Never really liked being "sneaky", much rather just go all out and boom. Lol.

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I was turned away from that kind of blitzing strategy by Oblivion. I would always end up spamming my system until it froze. But Skyrim is much better for more assault oriented strategy. The use of dual equipping with hands is much better than the awkward combat layout in IV.(V)_(;,,:)_(V)

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I chose high elf in oblivion so stuck with it in Skyrim I use a lot of magic so it's good to start off magically very strong but I also build up my one handed skill

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I chose high elf in oblivion so stuck with it in Skyrim I use a lot of magic so it's good to start off magically very strong but I also build up my one handed skill

Ha, yeah, I did the same thing. High Elf in Oblivion and followed it into Skyrim. As I level up I find myself using my one-handed enchanted sword more and more - magic just doesn't have the damage output that melee does in this game. It's a shame since magic was so dominant in oblivion, but I guess it's more balanced this way.




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