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Well if you could do anyone you wanted (for the most part) like Fable but handled it in Fallout style that could potentially work. And hopefully there will be "crossbreeding".
You could be a Nord and do a Khajiit for example. The only thing is if you were to do such thing some people would look down upon you and you obviously couldn't have children this way. But it could add an aspect to the Role-playing, which I'm always game for.
"Dammit Necro I wanted to be the weird one!" --McIntosh on "The River"
These. Romance doesn't have a place in TES, at least not with Bethesda trying to make it seem naturally and not like two hideous monsters trying to act cute.
I could find the objection to that in the fact it is stated in the Oblivion manual: "Our goal is to create a world where you can live another life, as another person." Something to that degree anyway. So where exactly is that without things like marriage and kids?