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User Info: VaultBoyX

VaultBoyX
3 years ago#1
I love this game. It's probably one of my favorites (and before I get Morrowind was better, Oblivion was better, etc. I barely played either of them enough to know) But everytime I get to around level 32ish I lose interest in my current character and start over, even though I don't even want to. This happen to anyone else at all?
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User Info: Dougymc

Dougymc
3 years ago#2
That used to happen to me, but not necessarily out of boredom.I just kept coming up with different builds I wanted to try and started over more than I care to admit. Now I can make one character and stick with it for weeks.

User Info: MrGreeneJeans

MrGreeneJeans
3 years ago#3
I restarted so much on Morrowind and Oblivion that I finally was able to settle down on Skyrim.

User Info: IamI3rian

IamI3rian
3 years ago#4
Not level 32, but it happens to me fairly frequently. I was actually going to make a thread called "When is enough, enough?" about how many hours/levels/quests (like which ones are done) does it take til you're sick of your character.

I think I'm just burned out on Skyrim. Been playing around eight hours a day now for like three weeks. = /
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User Info: MrGreeneJeans

MrGreeneJeans
3 years ago#5
IamI3rian posted...
Not level 32, but it happens to me fairly frequently. I was actually going to make a thread called "When is enough, enough?" about how many hours/levels/quests (like which ones are done) does it take til you're sick of your character.

I think I'm just burned out on Skyrim. Been playing around eight hours a day now for like three weeks. = /


That's the way I was with Morrowind. I went to work, came home, and played the rest of the evening. The weekends were totally dominated by the game and I absolutely had no life. I realize now how much of a mistake that was, so now I only play every once in a while. Keeps the game fresh and gives it longer life.

User Info: Master_Chieftan

Master_Chieftan
3 years ago#6
Ive only ever had one character in all the Elder scrolls. I literally stick with one character and do everything possible till everything is done. I had over 1000 hours in Morrowind, 600 in Oblivion and im up to 350 in Skyrim. I just cant start over for some reason. Its the same for the Fallouts.
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User Info: VaultBoyX

VaultBoyX
3 years ago#7
It's really hard not to. I try to force myself to play as my current character, I want Daedric armor/weapons, dragonbone,etc but it's like, I feel tempted to switch race and builds. Although I could easily just make another character...
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