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Most enjoyable character build?

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User Info: CrunchyBlack187

CrunchyBlack187
5 years ago#1
I've started and restarted many characters already because I just don't know what I want to do as far as character type. Can anyone share with me what they believe to be the most satisfying build? I tend to favor playing as a Redguard...thanks in advance
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User Info: BrolySuperpower

BrolySuperpower
5 years ago#2
The Paladin imo (Healer/warrior) Is always a decent fun starting build. Run on and yell and rape ppl/monsters/dragons/mythical creatures of all kind..
Made a Mage but it seemed they are weak imo, so i stopped playing them..

Next char? Possibly a Assassin/Thief. :) They're always fun and challenging.
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User Info: Grey_Asakura

Grey_Asakura
5 years ago#3
spell/sword with lil bit of conjuration
you can whack perople, call super spells, and summon stuff
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User Info: pecofan999

pecofan999
5 years ago#4
I think the ES games are the most fun when you completely avoid battle (archery, sneak, illusion, etc.). The problem is that Skyrim puts a lot of forced/boss battles in your path, which makes builds like this more difficult.

User Info: lemon_lime

lemon_lime
5 years ago#5
I enjoy Archery in the TES games. Skyrim has the best Archery to date and its tree is also very good. It is possible to take every Archery perk, as they are all good. There is just something about clearing a room without being noticed or taking any damage.
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User Info: adonfraz

adonfraz
5 years ago#6
For my Redguard I plan on a Dual-wielding Weaponmaster with Archery as backup. I plan on him mastering using One-handed, Heavy Armor, Enchanting, Smithing, and Alteration. While being a proficient Archer and Healer. Using Dragon Shouts in melee range when in a pinch since I won't be blocking.


I will probably do a High Elf pure mage and a Nightblade Dark Elf too.
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User Info: ChosenFrozen

ChosenFrozen
5 years ago#7
lemon lime posted...
I enjoy Archery in the TES games. Skyrim has the best Archery to date and its tree is also very good. It is possible to take every Archery perk, as they are all good. There is just something about clearing a room without being noticed or taking any damage.

Hunterís Discipline is WORTHLESS
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User Info: MarcusTheHigh

MarcusTheHigh
5 years ago#8
Jack of all trades.

User Info: tw1g_007

tw1g_007
5 years ago#9
pecofan999 posted...
I think the ES games are the most fun when you completely avoid battle (archery, sneak, illusion, etc.). The problem is that Skyrim puts a lot of forced/boss battles in your path, which makes builds like this more difficult.

Not really.

Bosses can't temporarily find a high level sneak character just like normal mobs. Its the same thing with cheapness. invisibility > crit > invisibility > crit etc etc. Its boring as hell.
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User Info: lemon_lime

lemon_lime
5 years ago#10
Hunter's Discipline is not as useless as originally thought imo. When using Glass Arrow's and the like it IS very helpful.
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