Does anyone play without ever fast travelling?

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User Info: scowl_owl_2

scowl_owl_2
4 years ago#1
Not including when you're getting the locations on the map
Many original Xbox games graphics still look great to me.

User Info: forrestzK08

forrestzK08
4 years ago#2
Yes. It is worse than the Titanic movie.
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User Info: scowl_owl_2

scowl_owl_2
4 years ago#3
It makes sense to not fast travel when you haven't got the locations on the map
Many original Xbox games graphics still look great to me.

User Info: Falloutgenuis

Falloutgenuis
4 years ago#4
It is much more fun IMO. You simply experience more of the game.
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User Info: charon78au

charon78au
4 years ago#5
Random encounters are a great source of money.

Thalmor kidnap squads can cash up your new characters, very quickly.
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User Info: Mythrender

Mythrender
4 years ago#6
I make one exception, just one. Once I've climbed to High Hrothgar, I will never do so again. Instead I allow myself to fast travel from Ivarstead to HH and from HH back down to Ivarstead.
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User Info: oORyuumaruOo

oORyuumaruOo
4 years ago#7
I was hoping to do a no-fast travel playthrough and have really enjoyed the amount of experience I get by doing so. Only once have I broken that rule when I accidentally fast traveled to Solitude while trying to place a map marker. The rest of the time I will take a horse or carriage.
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User Info: shino0regice

shino0regice
4 years ago#8
i never fast travel either,except when i have to go see the dumb beards. that mountain is just so irritating to walk it every time.
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User Info: AflockOfHippies

AflockOfHippies
4 years ago#9
On my recent playthrough I am trying to avoid all types of fast travel. The scenery of Skyrim never seems to get old, you experience much, much more from the game as well. The only time I do fast-travel is to make a store/house run to either drop off or sell things before I become overencumbered and then go back to where I left off and start hoofing it from there to my next quests.
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User Info: trippinsands

trippinsands
4 years ago#10
i've tried a few walk/ride horse only play throughs.. it does get tedious when a fetch quest
turns into another go out and fetch quest which turns into another fetch quest..its hard to
resist the urge to fast travel back to the quest giver.. i always wind up giving in at some
point. But i will also admit i've had some interesting randoms happen while walking/riding.
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