When have you felt like you REALLY accomplished something in this game?

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3 years ago#11
DragonLW posted...
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3 years ago#12
The slaying of the Emperor. You've been betrayed and your guild/family almost destroyed, but you manage to get revenge AND finish your contract. Such a satisfying feeling.
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3 years ago#13
I know it's odd but building a house on a new char. With money very tight at the early levels, it just feels more fullfilling to build it up slowly in stages.
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3 years ago#14
NeoZanther posted...
I know it's odd but building a house on a new char. With money very tight at the early levels, it just feels more fullfilling to build it up slowly in stages.


It may be odd, but I agree. When Hearthfire was first released, my character was at a very high level and had more gold than I knew what to do with, not to mention an already abundant supply of materials. My house was completed rather quickly and it never felt right; I didn't feel like I earned the house, so I deleted that character and started fresh.
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3 years ago#15
Completing the last quest in DragonBorn
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3 years ago#16
Killing two Bandit Chiefs in a random encounter at Level 16. Granted I had a Bound Sword w/ Mystic Binding but you still feel like a BAMF for doing that.
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3 years ago#17
Leveling up One-Handed to 100 for the first time. No cheats, no exploits, just good ol' fashion sword slinging. That was a proud moment.
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3 years ago#18
It's going to sound silly, but on every new character, getting those first fledgling enchanted items.

I purchase the Soul Trap spell or maybe find a weapon with it. Then I meticulously cast it on everything, making sure I have soul gems, even if they're petty. Perhaps smith some necklaces and rings.

Then I make sure I have that first point or so in enchanting, enchant a ring and amulet with a whopping +6 health, and hand them over to my follower Vilkas. When he equips them it just makes me feel good.
3 years ago#19
When ever I complete the goals I've set for my characters.

8/16 so far.
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3 years ago#20
Pootbird posted...
Completing the last quest in DragonBorn
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