I’ve never quite worked out how it is that an outfit covered in bells makes you better at sneaking.
Yeah, I think that my Kitteh is slightly more moral. I think. Well apart from the time that she shot someone for butting in on her wood chopping pile. That was slightly a low point. Also I think she’s pledged to at least 10 daedra, that is definitely going to be an awkward death, maybe she can just hang with Azura and Shegorath while the rest duke it out. I’m slightly proud of my completion of the mages guild questline using only 3 spell castings (I think) (1 to get in, 1 in sarvos, 1 to breach the barrier).
Don’t you need to cast a barrier spell in the tutorial for how barrier spells work?
Apparently blocking using Spellbreaker successfully counts as ‘casting a ward’ for that quest. :D
I also was amazed to find that all my cat needed to do to become Archmage was a few spell casts and the capacity to one shot a skeleton dragon… poor thing never saw me coming. Mind you I have hit the point where the foresworn never see me coming.
Taal could be the saviour of the world if she did not keep getting distracted by helping Brynjorf and stealing everything.
Funny story, did you know the guards of Riften used to wear clothing.
I am now intrigued. When you initiate combat, your follower automatically switches their equipment to the best stuff they have. Is that standard for all characters?
If I sneak up to a guard, and pickpocket their armour, then reverse-pickpocket some forsworn armour onto them, and the punch them in the face, do they then put the forsworn armour on? – I’m imagining the entire guard force of whiterun dressed as forsworn…
This requires experimentation and I know a cat mad enough to try.
I really wish that Skyrim had a mod like Neverwinter Nights did that allows multiple people to play the same game.
If it is anything like Oblivion then yes they should equip the forsworn armour. … Why do I now want to swap all the imperial troops armour in Solitude for Stormcloak armour.
I have carried out a rigorous testing within Riften and I must regretfully report that guards when pickpocketed, reverse pickpocketed and then provoked do not put on the armour in their inventory.
A number of guards were violently attacked during the undertaking of this experimentation process and one was unfortunately killed when I forgot to unequipt the two Blades of Woe carried by Taal. Their family has been informed… and robbed by a black furred Khajiit of unknown origin.
Replace the name Rakki with Taal and you have my Skyrim main’s aproach down pat, although to be fair my cat is less a master thief and more a murderer that loots corpses for gold and jewels, although for the record Taal is a master thief and could just steal stuff from anyone but why do that when a stealth stab to the face is quicker.
Ah Skyrim where knives are the most powerful weapon ever and selling your soul to an immortal being from another plane of existance is the just par for the course. There will likely be some difficulties when Noctis, Sithis and Hircine all turn up at once for Taal.
Being the personal champion of multiple Daedra is part of the dialogue for a future comic :)
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