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    Fenrus got a reaction from ikonomov in Stormcloak or Imperial   
    One time I made a Stormcloak character years ago. I wished my character could have given Balgruuf the axe and continued the civil war without starting the main quest. Balgruuf would have been replaced by the new Jarl who would give the same quests if the main quest was started. (This means Beth would have to do the same quests/dialog twice. I could see why they wouldn't want to do this.)
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    Fenrus reacted to ikonomov in Stormcloak or Imperial   
    Yep, at the end of the day I think that's my biggest problem siding with Ulfric, betraying Balgruuf.  For me he is one of the more likable characters in the game who's also tied to the main quest.
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    Fenrus got a reaction from Uncus in Stormcloak or Imperial   
    More of my characters sided with the Imperials than the Stormcloaks. Some have remained neutral. My last old-Skyrim character, A Breton who married Serana, modded out the need to do Season unending. 
    The side my character chooses is based on my roleplay for that character. Personally I don't like siding against Jarl Balgruuf. I don't like visiting the room where he is after a Stormcloak victory. I feel like a traitor.
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    Fenrus got a reaction from ikonomov in Stormcloak or Imperial   
    More of my characters sided with the Imperials than the Stormcloaks. Some have remained neutral. My last old-Skyrim character, A Breton who married Serana, modded out the need to do Season unending. 
    The side my character chooses is based on my roleplay for that character. Personally I don't like siding against Jarl Balgruuf. I don't like visiting the room where he is after a Stormcloak victory. I feel like a traitor.
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    Fenrus got a reaction from Uncus in Starfield   
    I just finished watching the gamplay video. It looks like it will be quite a good game. (I hope Beth puts the same effort into the Elderscrolls 6.)
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    Fenrus got a reaction from vometia in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    My two favorite things about Oblivion were wandering the beautiful landscape. Also  the side quests. I think Oblivion had better 'hand made' quests than Skyrim. (As apposed to 'radiant' quests.)
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    Fenrus reacted to Uncus in My Stuff Uncus   
    Bruce the Barbarian enjoying his favorite chew toy. RIP Flossie by the end of the evening it was no more.

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    Fenrus reacted to Uncus in My Stuff Uncus   
    Back on Total War Thrones of Britannia.








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    Fenrus reacted to Uncus in My Stuff Uncus   
    A game I've been playing off and on for Quite a while, it's called "Banished" it's a sort of city builder.

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    Fenrus got a reaction from Tasheni in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    My two favorite things about Oblivion were wandering the beautiful landscape. Also  the side quests. I think Oblivion had better 'hand made' quests than Skyrim. (As apposed to 'radiant' quests.)
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    Fenrus got a reaction from Talyn82 in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    My two favorite things about Oblivion were wandering the beautiful landscape. Also  the side quests. I think Oblivion had better 'hand made' quests than Skyrim. (As apposed to 'radiant' quests.)
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    Fenrus reacted to Sah in Combat Video Thread   
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    Fenrus reacted to Pseron Wyrd in Combat Video Thread   
    There aren't enough Draugr in that dungeon, Sah.  
    But seriously, nice work.  I felt exhausted by the time I finished watching that video.  I would have had to lie down and take a long rest after that was over.  It was intense.   
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    Fenrus reacted to Sah in Combat Video Thread   
    you have no idea about how exhausting this quest was for me, it was live so I was under more pressure to preform, Sah streams are RIP FREE, had to mute the mic and not talk.
    I had to fight my way through elite silver hand and at least 50 deathlords first just to get to the start of this video (my adrenaline was at its max and I knew what was coming),
    I have rarely ended a stream because of mental exhaustion, plus its good to quit when your ahead (it was 1 hour of perfect combat) why spoil it because your ego tells you to go on and get cocky and RIP
    PS good to talk to you dear friend
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    Fenrus reacted to Pseron Wyrd in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    I probably shouldn't answer your question because vanilla Oblivion isn't my favorite Elder Scrolls game.  However, a few gameplay-changing mods such as Maskar's Oblivion Overhaul, Running Revised, Realistic Leveling, Less Annoying Magic Experience (or Av Latta Magicka), Enhanced Economy and Birthsigns Expanded - to name just a few - turn Oblivion into one of my favorite games by any developer. 
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    Fenrus reacted to Tasheni in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    Oblivions mainquest was fun to play - I found it more thrilling than Skyrim's. But besides that, I love the landscape and the towns. I had everything from Vivid Landscapes installed and some other visual stuff and I enjoyed exploring the country. I'm now with Skyrim, but I have Beyond Skyrim Bruma and Rigmor of Cyrodiil installed, because I have now the option to go back to Cyrodiil. Sadly it's not the same like playing Oblivion. I hope someday I can experience the land from Skyrim the same it was in Oblivion. I really loved that.
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    Fenrus reacted to Pseron Wyrd in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    Yes, it's the landscape that always pulls me back into the game.  I love the rolling wooded hills of the Great Forest area.  In more recent years I've begun to appreciate the Gold Coast as well.  
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    Fenrus reacted to Talyn82 in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    While not my favorite rpg I agree the landscape is beautiful, and each town has it's own unique architecture and feeling.  Though I enjoy Skyrim more, aside from Solitude and Windhelm the cities feel small and confined.  Even Morrowind had bigger sprawling cities like Balmora, Vivec City, and Sadrith Mora to name a few.
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    Fenrus reacted to Uncus in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    When I first played Oblivion, pre-ordered collectors edition, I was blown away by the graphics and artwork. I had just bought a new computer with not one but two graphic cards it was beautiful, however as far as the landscape goes I find it more pastural and tamed. Where as Morrowind and Skyrim are wilder and more majestic which appeals more to my tastes. The game its self was very enjoyable though.
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    Fenrus got a reaction from Uncus in Why is Oblivion your favorite RPG?   
    My two favorite things about Oblivion were wandering the beautiful landscape. Also  the side quests. I think Oblivion had better 'hand made' quests than Skyrim. (As apposed to 'radiant' quests.)
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    Fenrus got a reaction from Rotzi in The new AE homes   
    The two homes I use the most in Skyrim are vanilla Breeze home and Lakeview manor. I have found after years of Bethesda games that all I want from a home is a bed, alchemy and enchanting stations + lots of different chests/storage to store my loot.
    My favorite room in Lakeview is the cellar. Because it has so many different storage chests/safes. Each one holds something different. Soul gems are always stored in the first safe. Gems in the second.etc.. It hasn't changed much since Hearth fire released. (Before Hearthfire, all my loot was divided up in the different chests/cabinets in breezehome.)
    The only time I built a custom home was in a Dwemer ruin in Morrowind near the Telvanni stronghold.
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    Fenrus got a reaction from Handy6373 in The new AE homes   
    The two homes I use the most in Skyrim are vanilla Breeze home and Lakeview manor. I have found after years of Bethesda games that all I want from a home is a bed, alchemy and enchanting stations + lots of different chests/storage to store my loot.
    My favorite room in Lakeview is the cellar. Because it has so many different storage chests/safes. Each one holds something different. Soul gems are always stored in the first safe. Gems in the second.etc.. It hasn't changed much since Hearth fire released. (Before Hearthfire, all my loot was divided up in the different chests/cabinets in breezehome.)
    The only time I built a custom home was in a Dwemer ruin in Morrowind near the Telvanni stronghold.
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    Fenrus got a reaction from LeBurns in The new AE homes   
    I guess it is a copy of the fishing mini games in Terraria and Stardew Valley.
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    Fenrus reacted to smr1957 in The new AE homes   
    Here are a couple of exterior shots of Heljarchen Hall as I have it set up - from Oldrim as I have no pics of it yet from SSE - and, of course, with a bunch of mod added features (which are all present is the SSE version of my lodge):


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    Fenrus got a reaction from Uncus in The new AE homes   
    The two homes I use the most in Skyrim are vanilla Breeze home and Lakeview manor. I have found after years of Bethesda games that all I want from a home is a bed, alchemy and enchanting stations + lots of different chests/storage to store my loot.
    My favorite room in Lakeview is the cellar. Because it has so many different storage chests/safes. Each one holds something different. Soul gems are always stored in the first safe. Gems in the second.etc.. It hasn't changed much since Hearth fire released. (Before Hearthfire, all my loot was divided up in the different chests/cabinets in breezehome.)
    The only time I built a custom home was in a Dwemer ruin in Morrowind near the Telvanni stronghold.
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