Will you still be able to increase speed and jump height?

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User Info: jonathan4210

jonathan4210
5 years ago#1
I know athletics and acrobatics are gone, but apparently you will still be able to increase both. How? If its by perks then which skill will have those kinds of perks? Sneak? I heard other people say speed and jumping will increase if u increase stamina (fatigue). I doubt that cuz then stamina will be overpowered out of the 3 attributes (health,magicka,stamina) especially if stamina increases weight capacity also. Ur thoughts?
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User Info: Mikulekee

Mikulekee
5 years ago#2
idk. I hope we can, though. I enjoy being a speedy, jumpy weirdo.
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User Info: solaris32

solaris32
5 years ago#3
This is a good question. And indeed, how do you increase weight carried?
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User Info: mooninomics

mooninomics
5 years ago#4
I think the armor you wear will affect your speed and likely your jump height as well. I know I've heard that about the speed, but not the jumping. Though it wouldn't be too hard to imagine. Not sure if stamina will have an impact on these as well, but with sprinting being a mechanic in Skyrim, I don't see run speed being as much of an issue.

Overall, not sure.


solaris32 posted...
This is a good question. And indeed, how do you increase weight carried?


The stamina thing could work for weight carried. If it's something like X pounds for each point of your maximum stamina with some cap placed (let's say 500 pounds). Perks may also end up with some effect, or take steps to lighten your load. Like I'd expect some of the heavy armor perks to decrease the weight of the armor you have equipped or something, essentially giving you more inventory space.
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User Info: pastyD

pastyD
5 years ago#5
solaris32 posted...
This is a good question. And indeed, how do you increase weight carried?

in previous games strength was the only thing that effected how much you could carry, but they have changed a lot of things so this may have changed as well.

User Info: flagg2kplus

flagg2kplus
5 years ago#6
Well you can always use the console or mods for these kind of things on the pc. :)
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User Info: PPPPLAASSUMA

PPPPLAASSUMA
5 years ago#7
Yeah, I prefered playing Oblvion with 100 speed and 100 acro.

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User Info: PathlessBullet

PathlessBullet
5 years ago#8
Speed? Yes.


Jump height? No.
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User Info: solaris32

solaris32
5 years ago#9
Aww I liked jumping higher :(. But has it been said how you increase carry weight since they removed attributes? Either health or fatigue it seems.
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User Info: PathlessBullet

PathlessBullet
5 years ago#10
Fatigue was confirmed to cover that.


Fatigue, Health, and Magicka are still called "attributes".
ADD, no. Where is the thread for Fallout OCD players?
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