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If a Khajiit doesn't have to be a sneaky thief, then a Nord doesn't have to be a barbaric knuckle-dragger.
Your weapon choice is irrelevant to your race choice, and each race will have relatively equal skill with whatever weapon you choose. However, not all races are equal in certain areas. For instance, Orcs and Redguards have racial daily powers that predispose them towards warrior classes, with Orcs being able to take and deal much more damage, while Redguards can spam away with the power attacks. Nords, on the other hand, don't have any such predisposition. Their daily is a fear, and their racial passive is frost resist. What I mean to say is any race can make good use of any weapon, and no one race is predisposed to a specific weapon type. However, each race IS predisposed to using certain tactics.
For instance, let's take Altmer and their High Born daily. While this doesn't appear to help them in two-hander combat, it's still a very useful tool. You can cast cloaks, and runes to set up a sort of dead-zone before combat, then perhaps calm or paralyze some of your foes. If your magicka is low, you can pop high born and keep it going to perhaps summon an atronach or dremora lord, or even to conjure your own battle axe before closing in for melee :3
Hi Rawe don't worry about these guys they must have not been hugged enough at school by their teachers.
Traditionally from a lore sense wood elves used battle axes this is outlined in the book "Wild Hunt for the Gullible" it also outlines their need to feel close to nature thus they remain naked and crouched until they strike.
This book can be found in anyone of Skyrim's many bookstores.
Fourth Empires Keeper of Cutlery. Zapdos is our lord and he shall protect us from the coming darkness.