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Haven't seen a good topic about these three before. I've seen a bunch of versus topics, but most of them have been Courier versus Dovahkiin, or some other such silliness. Haven't seen one strictly for TES heroes. I'll admit that I haven't looked very hard, but meh. At the very least, it's been a while since there's been one. So, who do you think would win in a battle royale? They all have all of the equipment in their respective games available to them for the match, but no glitches or exploits will be observed. Sorry for the intrusive double-bold, but that really can't be emphasized enough. This is a strictly lore-friendly scenario. They all have all of the spells and abilities from their respective games, but for the sake of fairness, stats should be ignored. Dovahkiin would be practically crippled due to "streamlining".
I'm never wrong. I thought I was once, but I was mistaken.
End game he/she is called The Champion of Cyrodil, just FYI. And he wins Because he is now immortal and a deadric prince. Argument:done.
Bah. I refuse to acknowledge him/her as the Champion of Cyrodiil. He/she will always be the Hero of Kvatch to me.
lol, K. He/She still wins as He/She is now a God.
Sheogorath in Skyrim doesn't look AT ALL like my character from Oblivion, so it's definitely not her. Unless she underwent a sex change and grew a beard... O_o
the games don't do a scan on your old saves they just assume that the previous character was the default for that game. I.E. Nerravarine is a dark elf, CoC/Sheogorath is an Imperial, I'm sure in TES 6 Dragonborn will be a Nord.
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