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J's adventures in Skyrim! 
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Hahaha, yeah ... as if! :lol:

I'm even considering installing Oblivion, just to play a game that's remotely like it. Although i'll still have the problem of finding time to play it.

December might be different, it will all be okay in december. Yes. December. All hope on december! :cry:

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btw i think i fooled you right, you all thought WOW, J got skyrim, good for him :wink:

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Hehe.

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Sat Nov 12, 2011 12:06 pm
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And every time i launch Steam, Skyrim is laughing in my face. Grrrr.

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Well, it only sais "Oops, it appears bla bla bla.." everytime i click on Skyrim.

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"oops, it appears you suck because you haven't bought skyrim"

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Haha, the whole "good for J" thing worked for me! Then I realized he was lying to my face...

Well, as a punishment, I will just say that Skyrim is as good as Satis and Pev have been saying. It's like Oblivion on crack. I hope it stares you in the face on Steam a little longer now! :P ;)

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Lol dammit you got me on that one. Get it J or be forever outcast!

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Don't know if you noticed already on Steam, but i got Skyrim as a x-mas present.

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hehe, prepare to lose your life to it

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Yay about time :) I'll get back to updating mine soon, not really been around over Christmas so barely touched it.

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Not much to update yet, i'm lvl 6 now i think, playing a thief/rogue/assassin kind of character that will mainly use bows and one-handed weapons, plus some magic. Oh i'm a wood elf, so i try not to kill every moose i run across.

I'm weak as hell though, probably has to do with my light armor. But a sneaky thief with heavy armor makes no sense.
So next time i see a mammuth, i don't think "let's see if i can take this one down from far, staying hidden on this small cliff" since they seem to belong to giants, who one-hit kill me. :P

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Glad that you got the game J. :) I'm sure you'll enjoy it - it's one of the best Elder Scrolls imho. Better than Oblivion, almost on-par with Morrowind.

keep us updated with stories and screenshots! It doesn't have to be as extensive as our posts, but I'm curious to follow your adventures/debacles. ;)

P.S. the mammoths will likely fuck you up too at this level, so if I were you I'd stay away from them alltogether for now. :P Maybe if one of them is already wounded and you can finish them off from a distance.

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Lvl 10 now, still doing some exploring and small questing around Whiterun. I'm Thane of the town so, so i got a follower. Took her along on some bandithunting, but when you're a sneaky assassin, the last thing you need is someone in heavy armor triggering all the traps :P

So after that banditquest, i had enough money to buy my own house in Whiterun and i decided it would be a good idea to have my follower keep an eye on the house. Keep it clean and such. So i'm running around by myself again, only downside is that i'm still pretty fragile, having a tank wasn't so bad, but i'll manage i think. I'm sure i'll miss her when i find some cool heavy items which i can't carry home!

Mainly focusing on sneaking, archery and some one-handed combat. Adding in some alchemy, and i've noticed there might be some nice benefits if i start smithing, improving my weapons, armor and such.

I've seen another dragon on top of a mountain, but i couldn't climb it where i was standing. I'll leave it for now.

Oh and i'll try to remember to take some screenshots.

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Sorry friend, blinking just doesn't cut it :D

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I used to take screenshots. then I took an arrow to the knee. Fus do rah!

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