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Oct
3
comment Leveled up too quickly in Skyrim; Enemies now too difficult
@user88319 What skills have the highest level for you? Can you give us a top 4 or 5 skills where your character is strongest?
Oct
3
comment Leveled up too quickly in Skyrim; Enemies now too difficult
The game usually isn't so hard that you would need to powerlevel your blacksmithing. Unless he's just done nothing but level speech and pickpocketing, we should be able to have a reasonable playstyle or three that would fit whatever levels/perks he's already got.
Jan
22
comment How can I acquire Daedric weapons In Skyrim without a high smithing skill?
If Kaleb has completed "Pieces of the Past", he will have four guaranteed dremoras at Mehrunes Dagon's shrine (2 outside and 2 inside), as well as a couple of ebony ingots inside. This is repeatable, you just have to let the area respawn.
Oct
2
comment PvZ: how to play vs early roaches?
Also, don't obsess over cutting the army in half. If you can get that done, great! That's a great way to kill lots of units while barely losing anything. But as you play better players, they're just not going to let you do that to them very often. Think more about creating choke points and narrow lanes -- that's something that will be part of almost every early and mid game battle
Oct
2
comment PvZ: how to play vs early roaches?
Stalkers will be better against roaches, zealots against zerglings (especially zealots with a +1 attack)
Sep
30
comment How do I regain neutrality with Stormcloaks and Imperials?
Are you a vampire? If both sides are hostile to you, it sounds like something else is a problem.
Sep
30
comment How do I regain neutrality with Stormcloaks and Imperials?
Actually, the camps are usually friendly -- they're generally trying to recruit you to their side.
Oct
26
comment Why are bosses called 'bosses'?
When you say it's used in Japan, do you mean a translation of the word? Or the actual syllable 'boss'?