What does the Nerevarine have that the Dragonborn doesn't?
Readily accessible OP spells. >_>
Gameplay, meet lore. And Bend Will still solos.
Wait a minute.
N v. CoC v. DB topic that doesn't turn into a Sheo-debate after the first five posts?
Who are you and what have you done with my Skyrim board?
To be fair, it looks to be turning into a New Vegas topic, so it's still very much Skyrim board. --- Rebel is pretty much a planet, pulling all sorts of moons and satellites his way, among them good, bad, foolish, trollish, and everything else - SeaArrKing
Canonically, the Dragonborn. Gameplay wise, I'm still voting for the Hero of Kavatch on that. 100% Spell/Damage Reflection can beat anything you could do in Morrowind or Skyrim.
...resto loop bow to 1 million damage.
Also, still waiting for Sheo to come up. The calm before the storm.
Except the fact that Skyrim's arrows go slow enough to dodge easily. And 100% Chameleon. You can't use a bow while using Life Detect in Skyrim. Oblivion's main character has millions of feet of life detect, water breathing, water walking, 100% Chameleon, millions upon millions of health, magicka, and stamina (remember that fortified stamina increases damage in Oblivion), 100% Spell Reflect and Absorbtion, 100% Reflect Damage, move faster then you can see, jump higher then anything, and the ability to exploit weakness to magicka spells. --- In death lays ecstasy, in undeath lays immortality
If the CoC is really Sheogorath wouldn't it be CoC?
If we're going to take that route, then Sheogorath would be Sheogorath, and the CoC would be some guy who disappeared and nobody heard from again. Sheo would not be the CoC any longer, so it'd be irrelevant. --- Rebel is pretty much a planet, pulling all sorts of moons and satellites his way, among them good, bad, foolish, trollish, and everything else - SeaArrKing