The game needs more generic NPC's

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User Info: agentspoon

4 years ago#1
I know Bethesda loves making every character in TES have meaning an a personality but the world is dead and lifeless.

The towns need generic Merchants, Travellers and such.

The Guild HQ's need generic Members like the Dark Brotherhood having Assassin who you can meet on the road but hes disguised as Traveller when you get near him he says Hail Sithis.

I laugh everytime I am in a city when I see the markets, who are they selling to? The same people day in and day out?
HOLY ****! What is this? Forged in Gods very flames! Do mine eyes tell me lies? A new Elder Scrolls game?
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User Info: Rampagingwalrus

4 years ago#2
Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn.

User Info: Van_Of_The_Dawn

4 years ago#3
I do love finding them generic adventurers who's name is just a race.
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User Info: am0ngth3c1ouds

4 years ago#4
I was surprised not find at least one member of the College wearing Light or Heavy armor. I guess Spellswords, Battlemages, Sorcerers, Nightblades etc are not popular careers in Skyrim.
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