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And the other thing: Having to literally use every skill in the game even though I play a character that would never use such. Case in point, my current pure mage who only uses Illusion, Conjuration, Destruction, Restoration, Alteration, and Enchanting. The perk trees can be filled out nearly entirely with 80 perks, or at least, how my build uses it. Problem is, I only use 1/3rd of the skills in the game, thus forcing me to level other things the character simply doesn't use.
Once you get to a certain point, yeah. Not that much of an issue.
Illusion, Conjuration, Destruction, Restoration, Alteration, and Enchanting - If you got to level 81 you wouldn't be able to activate ALL of the perks on these skills anyway.
To get to 81 you would need to use say lock picking, speech etc... which will probably raise as you play the game anyway. Plus you have skill books that raise a skill so you won't even need to use heavy armour and such if you get them.
Joe Flacco and the Ravens offensive incapabilities destroyed this sig.
Most: Big enemy appears, Dragonborn music plays. Going to Sovengarde. That it's Nord-centric (have always been my favorite race in ES games, I was probably a little too excited when the game was announced as Skyrim).
Least: Typical Bethesda bugs and crashes. Wish fixes were retroactive. I've got like 5 Waters of Oblivion books stuck in my inventory. Can't really think of anything I really dislike about the game itself, but I guess the Fighter's Guild (Companions) was a bit of a let down.