I do. Who doesn't want to buy random pieces of spoons and forks. O.o
#2runnindude1236Posted 12/18/2010 11:08:38 PM
I miss how in Morrowind I would always go to this one particular city and this one particular shop, kill the owner, pay the fine, then go back and get all his loot. The place had like ebony gauntlets and like 5 ebony darts that you could get less than an hour into the game. Thats the kind of thing i miss from Morrowind.
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Or the shelves hidden away from guards eyes that had 500 golds worth equips. Fun times.
#4ChunkyKongClanPosted 12/18/2010 11:10:46 PM
I don't know, people who don't role play probably wouldn't care less about misc. item stores.
I on the other hand would buy stuff at one to do a bit of house decorating, stuff like tableware mostly.
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#5runnindude1236Posted 12/18/2010 11:13:05 PM
I made it a goal of mine to take over a house in at least each of the big cities to set up as a base. I would go through and add daggers, swords, weapons, armors, etc. all over all the tables, beds, etc. Oh man those were the coolest...just the sheer number of items i had stashed everywhere. it was really awesome. --- Currently playing: Call of Duty: Black Ops gamertag: runnindude123
#6Python_2k9Posted 12/18/2010 11:13:59 PM
Man, I should kill shopkeepers more often. >:l ---
Member of the Elder Scrolls V Dark Brotherhood chapter. Total assassinations: 2 and counting.
#7SomarchyPosted 12/18/2010 11:19:51 PM
I remember having sort of a fetish for stealing candles. I had like 400 of them all lighting up my room in St. Delyn's Waistworks North-Two.
#8ChunkyKongClanPosted 12/18/2010 11:22:40 PM
I made the basement of my Bruma house the display-play of the deadra articafts, it was most satisfiying I thought when I got shieldbreaker to stand upright on the cubburds by the bed, I thought the lighting was great too for the intense powerful mystical object vibe.
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#9Halofreak4069Posted 12/18/2010 11:47:46 PM
Hells yeah. Adds atmosphere to the game. --- "Bow Chica Honk Honk"-Tucker's Gross Alien Baby
#10Type0HeroPosted 12/18/2010 11:50:26 PM
The closer a town could come to resemble a real town, the more fun we would have as Elder Scrolls fans.