7 ‘Skyrim’ Tips To Improve Your Adventure

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  1. What’s up it’s me, I am also visiting this web site regularly, this web site is actually fastidious and the viewers are actually sharing good thoughts.

  2. I was told bandt were coming into Whiterun and nothing came for 5 days.
    Then I cannot go anywhere because I cannot draw my sword or any weapons.
    I just don’t know what is going on.

    • you should try reloading your saved files

  3. I got to lvl.103 from lvl. 72 and got my block skill from legendary 3 to legendary 19 in only four hours, by using a shield a giant and healing spell. All you do is block the giant’s attacks and heal yourself. once you reach lv75 on your block it should only take 6 to 7 hits to lvl. up your block!

  4. I am a Orc at level 37 and I have full daedrik armour and warhammer and I have level 100 two handed I also have a follower in full daedrik with a daedrik mace I found advice still really helpful so thank you alot

  5. I’d recommend bringing an essential NPC as your human backpack. Like one of the main companions prior to the completion of their specific quests.

  6. For tip 3 of 7, Lydia is not the first possible follower. Faendal will be your follower in Riverwood if you go into the local pub, talk to Sven, get a note from him for Camilla, go to Faendal and tell him about Sven’s letter and take a letter from Faendal instead to Camilla. Faendal will follow you afterwards. You have to go find him after you deliver the letter and ask him to follow you. And followers to have a carrying capacity like your character, but you can get around this, by telling him to pick up an item, rather than trying to give it to him. He will fight and run as normal, even though he is over his carrying capacity, unlike your character, who will walk extremely slow. This will work for all followers.

  7. Actually, I have found Faendal in Riverwood to be the first follower that will be a pack mule. All you have to do is lie to the girl you deliver the letter to in favor of Faendal. This also gives you pretty much free Archery to level 50. Definetly a great start to the game!

  8. Actually, to correct the above posters, as well as the creator of this article. Sven, or alternatively, Faendal, are the first followers you can get. Very easily as well. The simple letter quest can be done in favor of either man. If you complete it in Sven’s favor, the option to have him as a follower is opened up. Likewise with Faendal. Also, they’re far less cranky than Lydia XD

  9. i am the head of the dark borther hood, head of the winterhold college, have one house and 3 big houses,and adopted 2 daughters on the game

  10. yeah umm well i want to level up and level up in the thieving area. i have the thee add on’s. I’ve heard rumours about mermaids being in the game is that true. Please answer…

    • Mermaids? Ha! No.

      Upgrading your Sneak and Lockpick skills is as easy as doing them on a regular basis. If you need to stop into a town for a quest or to resupply, make runs on all the civilians houses there and scrounge up what you can to sell! Not only does this sharpen all your stealth skills, it also reaps the benefit of gold. High-end weapons, potions, and almost all types of jewelry are the most valuable items to steal from common house-holds. However, you’d better go to Riften first to get in with the Theives’ Guild, or else you’ll have no one to sell your stolen goods to.

      I’d also recommend trying to upgrade the Speech skill at any opportunity you can. A perk that is invaluable to a thief is “Fence” which allows you to sell your stolen goods to any trader, and not just the Thieves’ Guild.

  11. SkyRE,Character Creation Overhaul, Random Start locations, Frostfall, Convienant horses, none of this stuff applies to me, my skyrim build is frikken brutal, i once spawned in a foresworn camp…had enough time to say OH s*** before taking an arrow to the neck and dying immediatly, also fully kitted out with a backback and bandoliers and stuff i can up my carry wight about 450 points

  12. You forgot to mention to not fast-travel.

    Trekking everywhere on foot really adds to the experience (and the loot!).

  13. Great tips, logged close to 2,000 hours in Skyrim on the PC (with 200+ mods,) and these tips would come to my mind as well as Skryim best practices. Thanks for sharing!

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