Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Discussion
That list he gave didn't mention Vampires or Werewolves from what I saw. The list did say a lot of interesting things, like they took out main attributes like strength, willpower, etc and put those effects into other things. They have about 18 skills, which is about 3 less than Oblivion but they have a lot of perks you can gain which might make up for that. One cited example of a perk was that there was one which decreases the sound of your footsteps when walking/running. The topic said it would be possible to get all skills up to 100 but not possible to get all perks. That's probably true, unless we cheat, I imagine that will let us get all perks.
I'm going to be a thief/assassin/ninja/werewolf!!!
(possibly Vampire on my 2nd play through)
[Edited by infinite_gamer, 11/7/2011 10:43:44 AM]
Yes, it has marriage, but it's not going to be a Mass Effect/Dragon Age type of: "OH SHEPARD/WARDEN!".
I'm not sure how in-depth it really is, but it has never been Bethesda's strong suit, to state the obvious.
Heck, I'll probably try it out once for fun, but not a lot of time to nurture a "relationship" when I'm out in the mountains hunting for dungeons & dragons and phat lewt.
P.s: I wonder if you can marry someone and then take them along to a dungeon? Would be awesome to have a tavern wench-turned-dragon hunter on my side!
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