Lawdog1521;4547610 said:Short of drowning, it has no effect. In fact, if you notice weapons and armor have no damage status at all. (Although enchanted weapons have to recharged after so many uses.)
Der_Lex;4547369 said:I think the Zelda series might have a new contender for the 'worst consequences for hurting a chicken in a video game' trophy.Seriously, go to Riverwood (the first village after the start of the game for most people) and kill the chicken. I DARE you.
FloodOne;4547764 said:One step ahead of you, I did that on my first night with the game."THAT'S A VALUABLE ANIMAL!!!!"
Bulzeeb;4548152 said:Thanks Lex. I figure there's no point in trying to master a single skill first since I need 100 points for the final perk of the tree, (if I even want it,) and reaching the level limit takes a good amount of time that could be spent distributing perks to others skills. I just wanted to make sure six or seven trees is still a sweet spot in terms of progression.EDIT - Sorry, one more question for now: Is there any kind of bonus for maxing out a skill tree completely? I figure with one handed, I'm just going to get the general and the blade perks, but I don't want to miss out on something sweet for full dedication to the skill.
ThatAuthoringGroup;4548154 said:Just a warning, I've been reading that after level 50 a pure mage using destruction magic will start to get nerfed. As the spells don't increase from there, and the enemies get tougher. So plan accordingly with a secondary weapon skill (one handed for example), or make sure you're other mage trees are powered up as well.
ThatAuthoringGroup;4548154 said:Yeah you'll continue to go up in levels (there's no level cap in this game), until you max out every single skill at 100. So if you can figure out how to get each skill up to 100 then you'll reach level 80 give or take.
Doc_SoCal;4548417 said:I am hooked for sure. I am a level 11 and just joined the companions and scored my wolf armor as well as upgading it to superior status. Its some light weight heavy armor compared to steel.I have several enchantments in the deck as I found its more valuable to destroy an item to learn its enchantment than selling them for the silly low resale prices. I have focussed on smithing and can upgrade stuff pretty high, just need the skills to upgrade enchanted items.I need a house to stash stuff I am not needing to carry but wanting to keep.Anyone got 5K G I can borow?
Lawdog1521;4548433 said:It didn't take you long to break down and get the game, Doc. Alright, I have to figure out how to become a werewolf. I feel the need to start tearing people apart.
ThatAuthoringGroup;4548449 said:Join the companions, and keep doing their quests if you want to reach the werewolf option.
Bulzeeb;4548548 said:Is becoming a werewolf mandatory to continue doing quests for the Companions? Seems like a major "strings attached" scenario since I'd like to stick around the group but not turn into a savage. I guess the old man's woes got to me.
ThatAuthoringGroup;4548594 said:I also don't know if it's cureable if you don't like it (vampirism is, but not sure about the 'wolf)