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I will more than likely start Skyrim today, suggestions (no spoilers)?
you only get roughly or exactly 50 perk points, be careful where you put them... I'm level 40 and I have 10 perks still available to use, because I have priorities then once they are handled I will distribute my last remaining perks
Also, I never think of it (in Skyrim) as a good idea to practice every skill. In the previous games, only major, minor, and primary skills leveled you up. Now whatever skills you use level you up, so be wary of just trying to level up everything especially early in the game because your skills will be lower compared to your overall level (some enemies still level up with you)
...ummm, don't get killed.
Just the advice I was seeking.
I assume you mean mine?
if so, your welcome, I hope it helps. I don't think many gamers realize how valuable the perks really can be...
Well I was being sarcastic toward ckm but because of your advice I am banking all my perks until I figure our the best way to tackle this game.
that's what I'm mostly doing, I knew some things I wanted but not all, I'm level 42 with like 12 or 11 perks and then the remaining left til 50 or whenever it stops in there lol
my bro is at lvl 51.....and has 51 perks i think its as long as you lvl (no lvl cap in this game) btw magic blows.....one its at 75 the spells are just boring....better off getting smithing,enchanting up to a hundred and enchant a improved smithing and armor effect on clothes and making super daedra weapons
Widowmaker you crazy. Magicka doesn't "blow". I am 100% mage. I use no armor or weapons and its a blast. My main skill is conjuartion. I typically conjure an atronach or two and have them pull aggro while I stand back and fire destruction spells. I love it. I started the game expecting to typically use a one handed weapon and a spell but after seeing everything you can do with magicka I gave up the weapon.
Yeah I think magic is awesome in Skyrim. ESPECIALLY compared to most other RPG's where it is usually just another form of attacking and healing with a fancy animation. In Skyrim spells are more unique and very powerful, but I suppose If you don't use them often they probably do end up looking rather weak.. Make a magic using character and you might change your mind, many good spells don't show up until you train with that school.
1. Don't rush any of the main quest lines, you'll probobly end up at a boss/dungeon you can't handle yet.
2. Avoid guides, they'll often give you spoilers without a warning, and take away from the mystery of the game.
3. Do the little things, they might turn out to be awesome quests with epic rewards.
4. Take time to explore towns and settlements, to get your grasp of which towns have which sevices/shops
5. Take your time on big decisions, you'll get a few and remember you always have the option to think about them before making one you might regret.
listen to Trombogon
and also for the 50 perks only... Howard said around level 50 or so it gets cut off but my level 80 friend apparently has gotten 80 perks... I really wanna know when it cuts off so i can prioritize correctly. EDIT: http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Skyrim:Leveling#Maximum_Level (without grinding, Idk if that even works on here) highest level is 81 so, you can get 80 perks or 81 (level 1 doesn't give you a perk, so I'll say 80) in the game out of the possible 251another thing is that Magic is better than it ever was in Skyrim. In the previous games mages were cool but it was much more effective to use magic only as a battlemage or for a couple spells here and there. Now a mage can go all out robes, spells, and staffs. The perks in Alteration where if you were no armor just robes or clothes and use an Oakenform (whatever the spell is called) it makes it even more effective. So a buffing your magicka points and magicka resistance with items and robes and using Oakform to give you armor rating can make mages very frightening. Magic ignores armor but not resistance, which is really annoying considering getting hit 3 times by ice shards and dying when you have 330+ health and legendary dragon armor on. I enjoy this challenge now instead of "Oh a mage, wow, not worried"
Go with the flow. Don't plan out a character, because that never happens.
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You get 81 perks, level 81 is the max level.
Do the faction storylines they are really fun...especially the Dark Brotherhood. And if you have the PC version than download some mods they make the game 10x better! I suggest getting the Immersive Weapons and Immersive Armors mods ASAP