Skyrim Lord of the Rings playstyle.

#11SKYR1MPosted 2/2/2013 10:07:39 PM
metalmandt posted...
How about play a LOTR game instead instead of trying to find similarities in a totally different game.

Or use your own creativity to do what you're trying to accomplish.


There are no LOTR games worth playing these days...
Honestly there needs to be a big dev team that needs to get LOTR rights for a game. I wanna see Rockstar do a LOTR sandbox game. That would be awesome.
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#12Legendary_MusasPosted 2/3/2013 9:38:02 AM
War in the North was pretty good. I really enjoyed it.
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#13ElfrikPosted 2/3/2013 4:01:21 PM
"theres several lotr games. play those. no offence intended. im just saying"

Most are crap, especially the ones by EA. Of the adventure games Aragorn's Quest and The Hobbit are the only ones really worth it, that I have played in any case. The Fellowship of the Ring by Sierra is good, but you'll only get a third of the story. Haven't played War in the North, though.
#14SchesparnPosted 2/3/2013 4:13:05 PM
Legendary_Musas posted...
Elves - Bosmer
Gondor - Imperial
Rohan - Nord
Dwarves - No applicable race
Hobbit - No applicable race
Orc/Goblin/Uruk - Orc

The only ones even remotely similar lore wise is Rohan and Nords. Everything else is just lookwise.


How about bosmer as hobbits and altmer as elves? Except for height, Nords seem to fit dwarves pretty well. :D
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#15tzar_666Posted 2/3/2013 4:27:47 PM
lotr came first tes is just a poor imitation
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#16GBALoserPosted 2/3/2013 4:41:23 PM
How about bosmer as hobbits and altmer as elves? Except for height, Nords seem to fit dwarves pretty well. :D


Could also do the crouch crafting glitch to make him shorter.
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