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Do you guys play Skyrim in the Master difficulty? My character is about level 34 warrior type with pretty high two handed, heavy armor, max smithing, dragon armor (legendary) and i'm currently using an Elven axe (legendary) yet i'm having a pretty hard time with Frost dragons. Also i beat the main story on normal (when i was about level 30) and then changed it to master since my character was pretty OP against all enemies with dragon armor and the maxed out elven axe.
Get a better weapon, elven weapons are only like the 3rd or 4th series of weapons, if you have maxed out smithing, you should be able to forge a way better one. Try to make a Daedric one, they are the best weapons.
Also you could kick the difficulty down a knotch.
As for me, it used to be easy but last time I leveled up ancient dragons replaced all other dragons so it is hard but eventually It will get easier as I level up.
Hard but that's because I have mods. A dragon would take 3/4th of my health away with Fire Breath, and each hit would only do like 1% damage. So yeah, more like impossible, and that is on Novice. Unless, I cheat of course.
I use one of the dragon priest masks to reduce damage from their fire and frost breath attacks. I also have the Atronach ability.
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For me its pretty easy, I mostly use my glass bow and glass battleaxe and I have full ebony armor
its fairly easy because of my glass bow and my ancient nord arrows. Joining the dark brotherhood helps because of the armor. I have a stealth archer character. I would advise getting better weapons over stronger armor though. Shouts can also be very helpful.
It's a cakewalk for me. It is challenging for a few levels and then becomes easier than slaying a rabbit because I have to at least chase the rabbits.
It's a cakewalk for me too up to a point, unless its an ancient dragon then I struggle and that's playing on novice - I'm level 45 - if you could get it, you would need the "dragonbane" sword when the dragon is up close - it takes does 30 points of damage to dragons - I carry loads of health and stamina potions on me at all times and I have plenty of resist frost potions that I drink if I'm fighting a frost dragon - also if you use followers - get a mage follower and give them elemental staffs - I have Illia from the Dark Tower quest - I gave her a lightning staff that does 40 points of damage and when you complete that quest you also get the "Hag Staff" which if its aimed at the ground it does 50 points of fire wall damage. So better weapons, better armor, potions to resist frost, fire, magic, and a mage follower. Oh and don't forget to use a shout - if you're fighting a frost dragon - use your fire breath shout - if you're fighting a fire dragon use frost or ice shout - use just the opposite of what ever the dragon is, cause it does work.
Dragon fighting is honestly pretty darn easy...it's just super annoying trying to get them to stop flying around and land on the ground! I think they need a wider range of attacks and varied movements to make them more dangerous to fight
I found it to be really easy, I used my shouts quite a bit and then when they landed I'd use my bow to soften them up a little bit, use a shout, then run up and melee. Once I got them on the ground I'd usually have them dead well before they could take off again to include Ancient class dragons.
I agree to a point. I used the ancient nord arrows or daedric arrows. I also had all daedric armor (I created and enchanted) as well as daedric sword ( I created and enchanted as well) all of my armor and weapons (bow included) is legendary class. No problems taking a dragon down.
For me, after playing Skyrim again and finally finishing the whole thing, I found the Serpentine Dragons of Solstheim to be a bit challenging and that's with full enchanted dragonscale armor and enchanted dragonbone weapons. The Legendary Dragons can be a bit challenging too, but I thought the Serpentine ones were more so.
For me, dragon fighting itself isn't difficult, it's keeping other NPCs alive that's difficult. I mean, you'll sometimes get this old lady working on a farm to fight a dragon alongside you were her bare hands and I'm like, "REALLY?" Then it's no surprise when she dies by being scorched to death or being bitten in half. That gets really annoying, really fast...