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Skyrim's Destruction skill is very disappointing to me. I want to be able to build it up and be just as efficient with it as with any other combat skill. Because of the lack of ways to boost Destruction damage (outside of potions), I was wondering if maybe Bethesda addressed this issue by adding in some cool ways to make it at least a little more viable in any of the DLC quests or areas? And by "viable", I don't mean a couple new spells that happen to be powerful. I want ALL of my spells to be stronger, dammit.
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Why is it that everybody who b****es about Destruction is so against using potions to boost? Glowing Mushrooms and Nightshade are plentiful - and veritably unlimited if you have Hearthfire. Brew up about 50 and hotkey them to 1 or 2. It couldn't be easier.
A damage-boosting Enchantment for Destruction would make it way too powerful. While I agree that the damage should increase with your level, since we already have perks and enchantments to lower casting cost, Destruction is far from under-powered, especially with those casting cost reductions. Potions, even without exploiting, can more than make up for that. So why does everyone hate to use them?
Hey there, sweetroll; I just cast Oakflesh... if you know what I mean.