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We could say that the Elder Scrolls games are massive, but that would be an understatement. Think you've seen every sight and completed every quest in the series? Think you know where the series is headed next? Why don't you share some of your knowledge he
@dragontrout The quest is called The Man Who Cried Wolf. You get it from Falk Firebeard in the Blue Palace of Solitude.
Sidna Mine!. (just cause no one escapes)
Either Blackreach, or Nightingale Hall
Does Nightingale hall count?
Gloombound Mine in Skyrim...full of ebony ore, enought to make a full set and improve it.
Blackreach. Honestly its a creepy cave/ Skyrim underground but its holds a lot of interesting things. well (SPOILER!) I shouted at the glowing ball not knowing what would happen, and a elder Dragon comes out of thin air. I thought it was some sort of glitch. well its Blackreach or......................oh what was that dungeon you go into....that.....ya its Blackreach. Oh and could somebody tell me if there are any other AWESOME caves/dungeons. Well they are all awesome but I am talking about one that separates its self from the rest?
i like all of them only ones i really hate is ones with falmor inside~shudders~ just walk into a freaken ass lighthouse an find out people was murdered in there found a hole an its crawling with falmor theres too many places for falmor an i bet there gonna be an expansion where the falmor becomes smart an comes out from underground
mwahahahahahaha ima trotting >:D Xbox Gamercards
lol that would be amazaah. i have to say my favorite would have to be the hidden cavern underneath pinewatch right outside of folkreath.
My favorite -well, one of them - is Gloombound mine. I found some useful stuff there. Sundercliff Watch is also a fun place for me to go in Oblivion when I want to kill vampires.
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