The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Quest-lines Review

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Who is the Strongest Enemy in Skyrim?

Most characters and enemies level with you, although only up to a point. Other enemies actually have and maintain their levels regardless of how powerful you are. So with all of these things in mind, who is the strongest you can find in this game? I have compiled 3 different lists to answer this question. The first one is a list of the strongest non uniques non dragon leveled enemies you can find. This list is not literal, as a lot of vampires would be stronger than even the strongest bandits. So i tried to make it so that i could add as many cool different variations of enemies as i could find. Because of this the first list is not authorative at all, but just a list I thought would be fun to create; and is merely a list of honorable mentions. The second list is of the literal strongest enemies you will find in the game, unique or not. And this one is in fact literal. We will talk about difficulty for these enemies, their levels, their hp, their abilities, and everything else that is pertinent to answer the question. The last list is for followers and we will answer which follower is the strongest in the game; and if you were to fight them, which one would pose the greater threat to you. For those of you who don't understand how the leveling system works for enemies, is as follows: Enemies like draugrs for example who level with you will wait until you reach a threshold level. As soon as you reach that level, the game will start throwing newer and stronger versions of draugrs against you. Then as soon as you reach the next threshold, it will do so again. Until you reach the Draugr Death Overlord who is the last. This won't stop the game from sending you lesser draugrs, but merely makes it so that you can encounter stronger ones randomly. Unique enemies that scale to your level on the other hand, usually have a level multiplier that follows your level. So whatever your level is, you would multiply that with an arbitrary number like 1.2 or 1.5 and the result would be the level of the enemy. That number of course changes depending on the enemy. Followers will always be your level, regardless of anything; up until their designated max level. After that, then they stagnate. Sorry about my poor grammar. Me just a gamer. Me don't know much else. Love you all

Skyrim Lore: Dwemer Secrets!

Wabam! The most requested Lore video is out guys! Enjoy! The Dwemer are a mysterious race that are known to have been probably the most powerful race in the entire Elder Scrolls Lore! Yet..they are gone. What happened to them? See this video to find out! Juicy Dwarven Secrets! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Please understand that most events/interesting facts about the dwemer all happened before Skyrim, which means that i cannot get footage from that since can only record from Skyrim and Oblivion because of time constraints. This means that there are a lot of pictures and drawings in this video. Hope you all understand. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please support me by pressing the like, favorite, and subscribe buttons! It truly helps me out, you guys have no idea. Let me know how I did in the comments below! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Join me on facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/Rhexxar Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) For the minecraft info: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=90G56ix6ba0

Skyrim - Killing Paarthurnax Alternate Quest

This video is just to show you what happens when you kill Paarthurnax and what goodies you get by doing this quest. This quest can be completed any time during the game, only after you have gotten to Sky Haven temple in the main story.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Review

Spoiler-free. Hope you enjoy it. I blame the quality* of this review on sleep deprivation & hurriedly trying to get back to play Skyrim. Probably not going to mean much to you if you're brand new to RPG gaming. Genuine congratulations if you manage to get through this video in 1 sitting. Needs an intermission. Issues since upload: More regular crashes & quest bugs. UI is starting to get on my wick. Phobia of numbers/stats makes details vague (what does dual-casting do? What is a 'level 10' enemy?). Enchanting & crafting negates loot-hunting. Too few outlets for money spending. Selling loot is a chore (Banks & 'letters of credit' back, please). But most importantly: Very little portrayal of consequence for your status / actions. Bugger. Mods required. :) *(Assumption based on my being too tired to judge. Possibly ranty, holier-than-thou, unfocused, with less time spent on image editing. I don't usually deal with reviews of this length. I didn't talk enough about combat (dual-wielding, spells). Is revealing the very general nature of quests a 'spoiler'? I don't know. I should sleep. I keep clicking on the bed and resting for 8 hours, but I'm still tired. I'm sure comments will reveal further shortcomings).

How to Make Skyrim NEW Again

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I love Skyrim, but trying to enact change is like getting blood from a stone. This video glances at the 6 main quest-lines within the game and nags them a bit. Spoilers are kept to a minimum, I hope. Some of the visuals represent important places, but you'd need prior knowledge to spot their relevance :)

I'm truly sorry for murdering the Abba song. It's almost 5am.

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