Welcome to the General Discussion Group. This is a catch-all group for any kind of discussion whether is has anything to do with elder scrolls, fallout, or video games in general or  not. Discuss whatever you want here, but please observe our ground rules.

 1. You can discuss (almost) anything, but please respect everyone! Do not "bash" other people's beliefs or views, and do not be disrespectful. If we see misconduct here, you will be removed from the group.

2. No discussion related to pornography, pirating, or anything that violates Ning's Terms of Service are permitted here. 

3. Racist, sexist, homophobic remarks are not allowed at any time. 

With that being said, post away and have fun!



Poll - How much have you played Skyrim?

Well, what vote did you cast?

My vote was the final option. I have put more than 2000 hours into Skyrim, so many that I lost track of it all. That does not include the time I spent discussing builds, critiquing builds, planning and considering what to do with my builds and more.

You need to be a member of THE SKY FORGE to add comments!


Email me when people reply –


  • I've logged 1300 hours on pc and well over twice that on console.
  • I have 517 hours on my pc, but before I got Skyrim on my computer, I played a lot on my ps3. I probably have around 1,000 or so hours, maybe a little more.

  • I actually don't know exactly how much I've played Skyrim because I play on console, but I estimate it's about 100 hours.

    May be more, may be less, idk.

    • I played on Xbox and never deleted a character. One day I sat down and added up all of the character play times I had.

      • This reply was deleted.
        • Same here
        • I had a large HDD and only played Skyrim at the time. I had several Xbox's commit suicide because they could not tolerate being only a Skyrim player.

          • This reply was deleted.
            • Its the storage units for the 360.


              • This reply was deleted.
                • After losing 2 of them to the red ring of death (which was too common back then) I switched to PS3 and killed one of them too. Then I went back and killed another 360 before getting one that could handle the Thuum.

                  • Man, you must be rich, buying consoles like crazy!
                  • On the flip side, up until late 2013 the PS3 could barely run skyrim without the game crashing within an hour of playing for some. And Bethesda waited til mid 2013 to finally release the DLC for the PS3 version.
This reply was deleted.