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Skyrim Storylines: Part 1

In the past two months, I have written close to 6 thousand words (give or take a few hundred) about Skyrim. I talked just about everything – my first impressions, my likes and dislikes of the new system, personal anecdotes … Continue reading

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Skyrim: Radiant Quest System

I already mentioned that Skyrim is probably the least complex Elder Scrolls game to date. In fact, I will go out on a limb and say that it is the least complex Bethesda RPG ever. Usually complex character creation process … Continue reading

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Stories from Skyrim: The Markarth Incident

A great thing about sandbox nature of Elder Scrolls games is that they let you create your own story. Your own narrative you build through your actions, and accumulation of random events often overwhelms scripted story events and set pieces. … Continue reading

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Skyrim: Random Likes and Dislikes

So I’m spending an obscene amount of time playing Skyrim these days. I can’t help it. Elder Scrolls games just do this to me – I get sucked into their world for months at a time. Fallout 3 and Fallout … Continue reading

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Day in Life of an Elven Huntress

So I have been playing a lot of Skyrim lately. I already wrote a rather lengthy post about my initial impressions, so if you would like to know that I think about the stupid interface, and bugs go there. You … Continue reading

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Skyrim: The Field Report

Guys, I am officially to busy playing Skyrim to blog about right now. Also, I am terribly lazy. Fortunately, I have been more or less live tweeting my gaming sessions so those of you who follow me on twitter have … Continue reading

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