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In terms of the most vocal or well developed character, I think Erandur is on par with Serana. I just wish you can bring 2 followers at once. Anyway I don't understand the hate with Serana other than the weather comments, she's practically in love with the Dovahkiin
and i agree, she's super annoying. i dont get why so many people like her so much.
I'm sure it doesn't get much beyond "she's hawt!"
She's certainly got a mouth full of "witty" one-liners. And speaks in a perfect normal contemporary language of her peers even though the first thing she tells you is that shes been locked up for so long she doesn't know the Empire even existed.
Uhg. Looks like Bethesda hired a new voice actress lets bog down the player with her great quips!
Or because she's one of the few actually developed and decent characters in a game that has a distinct lack of those.
how is she developed? seriously how is she developed?
her voice actor is great, but aside from that she seems pretty shallow. daddy issues is not what i'd call a deep developed character ;x
Did you forget what everyone else in Skyrim offers because its even less. Serena may be as deep as a puddle but everyone else in Skyrim are merely raindrops.
"Since everybody here is deadset on not being intelligent, let me start things off."- SterlingFox
A smart vampire hunter, would use a lead, to find out the enemies plan, and find their "nest". It makes perfect sense.
No, a smart vampire hunter would have lead her back to Isran, locked her up in the torture chamber, and extracted the information from her. By any and all means. Then killed her, or killed her in the process, either way, as long as she ends up dead. Then locked away the Elder Scroll so that the "big bad"s plan could never come to fruition.