i heard that there are thousands and thousands of quests in skyrim. is that true? i also heard about something called the radiant system, a system that will never stop generating quests. is this true, and if it is, is the radiant system optional or mandatory?
The Radiant System simply generates a quest usually of the form "Go to <X> and <get/kill/do> <Y>." You wind up doing a few of them for the guilds as a manner of earning respect, but otherwise they're just optional objectives that encourage exploration. There are probably about 75 or so named Side Quests that don't use this system. It's perfectly possible to do every quest, but there are some bugs or glitches that might occur depending on which order you do them in. --- ethan3210: I have a ton of RPG's, but what's so special about this one? Strain42: The blank faced standard anime-esque RPG protagonist wears a hat.
Not really possible, for example if you complete Fail Sithis, then you miss out on 8-9 quests, not counting infinite radiant quests. --- XboxLive: alphaomegatitan PSN: Jawzzus http://www.blogger.com/profile/16297427773351461547
It is NOT possible to complete them all in one game.
As already mentioned, the most obvious example is the Civil War quests. You can only aid one side or the other in the Civil War. It's not possible to help BOTH sides win in a single game. --- I'm just a pigment of your imagination.
dr_doe posted... Gladion20 posted... Not really possible, for example if you complete Fail Sithis, then you miss out on 8-9 quests, not counting infinite radiant quests.
What are the 8-9 quests that you miss out on by completing the DB questline(Hail sithis)? I've looked but couldn't find any mention of them....
Fail Sithis is the option to destroy the Dark Brotherhood. It's presented in a roundabout, but obvious-once-you-notice-it kind of way. The 8-9 quests missed are the DB quests. --- ethan3210: I have a ton of RPG's, but what's so special about this one? Strain42: The blank faced standard anime-esque RPG protagonist wears a hat.