Note to the reader - this is a build I posted back in 2012 to the old SkyrimBlog on an old account. Talk in the discord got me thinking that I never shared this on this site yet so come along and take a trip back in time. Tried to recreate the format
I am an avid reader of lore, skill, and generic books in any Elder Scrolls game. A lot of my most memorable and main characters have been book collectors and I love making sure I get every copy of every edition of every book in the game.
I recently came across my first Xbox 360 that was eventually replaced by a second gifted 360 elite with 120gb (a lot less gift communication back then I guess) and found my very first save and character for my very first Elder Scrolls game - apparent
I absolutely love the Elder Scrolls vampire bloodlines. Given that I definitely needed some boosting in the "Argonian build" department, I thought that the power of the Thrafey from the Iliac Bay would best be suited for a healing warrior. The Thrafe
With this build, I am done without really being done. This character build in a nutshell is an extension of my love for Ayleids and Ayleid lore, which will be expanded upon later, but an experience with all of my favorite things within Skyrim and the
I have been waiting to complete this build for a long time and I wanted to make sure I did it right and did not rush it. The result was probably one of the most rewarding and unique roleplaying/gaming experience I have had playing this game. Having d
This character concept is actually an old idea I had to become a Redguard, desert mage with the power of the sun. I did not quite know how to complete the build until some recent discoveries I had playing and thought that there was a TON of synergy t
Well, I guess it is about time I finally finish out an Argonian build so here it is. The inspiration comes from a mixture of a lot of builds seen on here, and some of my builds as well. I wanted to revisit the crossbow, search out the power of frost