I see there's an entire genre of dagoth ur ai memes
guess I need to play morrowind
It’s been 12 years since the release of Skyrim since we’ve seen a new tes game
Plenty of time for me to actually play an elder scrolls game from start to finish
I remember the original. The lady got vaporized.
Keep em coming
>>28856>guess I need to play morrowind
it's very hard to get into because the combat is an approximation of the D&D dice rolling system the guys who made the game created in the early 90s. It doesn't really feel like you're ever hitting anything, and most of the time you're missing when you're low-level. It's very frustrating. I find it's easiest to start off as a conjurer. Some people like to pretend "oh it's le based RPG made back before everything held your hand" and while there's an element of truth to that, it doesn't make it any more fun.
I really wish there was something like elder scrolls with melee combat like mordhau
the guard made me roflmao x 10
why is azura sometimes depicted as dunmer and other times as one of the human races?
Ye old metaphysical concept but don't be fooled, she's a dunmer slut
so far I've found the game isn't very helpful with explaining its mechanics in-game
I watched some guides on youtube and figured out that first of all one should use weapons one has skills in (duh) or else you won't hit shit as you say. in my case long blade rather than short blade for a spellsword
I'm tempted to restart and actually design my character>>28870
I read somewhere that fortify intelligence interacts nicely with alchemy such that you can get your INT almost arbitrarily high
>>28871>I read somewhere that fortify intelligence interacts nicely with alchemy such that you can get your INT almost arbitrarily high
pretty much you can get it so high that you overflow the unsigned integer all the way back to 0. the fortify intelligence potion I used to brew the levitate at the beginning of the video fortifies my intelligence 26,991 points for 80,967 seconds. It's been several in-game days since I made that video and my character still has that intel buff lol.
basically to make potions like that you go to an alchemist with restocking inventory (I use the guy in the imperial shrine at the wolverine hall in sadrith mora), and you buy restocking ingredients that fortify intelligence. obviously you need some money first. You brew a bunch of fortify INT potions, drink them all, buy the same ingredients again, brew more. Because your potion quality increases w/ intelligence and alchemy skill, the fortify potions will make your next batch of potions even better. Ridiculously powerful exploit that was patched in Oblivion and Skyrim.
You can, without cheating at all, or even being very good at speedrunning, kill the final boss Dagoth Ur very early in the game by simply levitating over the ghost fence, fortifying your luck and health an insane amount, (after drinking a bunch of fortify INT potions you can basically fortify other attributes a ridiclous amount as well) and paralyze/stab dagoth ur to death. All while never even going to sleep and leveling up for the first time. Bypassing the entire main questline.
I wonder if OpenMW has this 16-bit limit even. something tells me you can get INT up to at least 2,000,000,000 or maybe 8,000,000,000,000,000,000
I'm playing open MW and I don't think it has a 16-bit limit. but it does let you stack fortifications still
this calls for investigation
tomorrow, when I'm not uber tired
this is hypnotizing
the nels one is a banger
been playing more OpenMW, getting as far as the 4th/5th trial at the moment. selling the fancy loot you get for its full value is tricky, even with the Creeper>>28885
i can never get through the story. I always go apeshit with intelligence potions and just dagoth ur before I'm supposed to lol. It breaks the game.
I did a bit of int boosting to get some enchantments I wanted. been thinking of an excursion to ghostfence just to see what happens. I'm avoiding massive gamebreaking at the moment
Kek, I guess I am gonna do a nudist junkie Khajiit build next time I get to playing Morrowind. Any skills I should tag aside from the obvious Hand-to-Hand and Unarmored?
alright I skipped ahead to Dagoth Ur and he welcomed me but told me that I came unprepared. when I kill him he respawns in Akulakhan's Chamber and mocks me for trying to kill a god. I noticed I can harm the heart with magic but it quickly heals itself, which makes me wonder if it's possible to break the game by alchemizing ludicrous int and enchanting something with a high enough destructive spell to one-shot it
came across one Crassius Curio, the smut peddler himself. I didn't know he was an actual NPC in Morrowind, having only encountered his work in future games
alchemy. it's the most OP skill in the game since potions stack infinitely
i one shotted the heart of lorkhan by fortifying attack a ludicrous amount. there's only two ingredients in the game that fortify attack and one of them is from an expansion.
the game breaks if you do that though. you won't be able to end the game, so i regreted doing it lol
I guess I'll continue with the main quest then, which seems tedious at this point
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