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Discussion: Roleplaying a Monk

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  • Member
    October 28

    @Mercurias - you could use a dagger with banish deadra enchantment or banish deadra and turn undead if you invest perks into enchanting.

  • Member
    October 28

    I've always wanted to roll a character that used the command daedra spell, so you not only neutralize the threat, but turn it into an asset. BUT that requires a pretty hefty investment in Conjuration for such a high level spell. 

    Then again, stumbling across a weapon with a Banish Daedra enchantment is't always the easiest thing to do either :(

  • Member
    October 28

    Something I 've done a few times is to use Bound Weapons nd "Roleplay it away" that I didn't use conjuration but they were just weapons made of pure magicka (Swordsingers anyone? :P) or that IK did it with the help of a school like alteration or something like that, it worked for me. :P

    Bound weapons have banish deadra and not sure if they have turn undead with vanilla perks as well it 's been quite some time since I played with vanilla perks and I 'm lazy to go check it :P

    Regarding the control deadra theme I once played something like that using a monk of mehrunes dagon summoning only dremora type things (modded) and controlling other deadra whenever I met one in combat that is a dark type of monk though.

  • Member
    October 29
    Shin, one of my favorite Mage playthroughs was as a College of Whispers agent. That guy invested deeply into Conjuration and Illusion spells and paired them with a (rather than assassin) skillset. He rarely wanted to get his own hands dirty in a fight, so he would use stealth, Illusions, and misdirection as his first resort, his Summons as distractions and a second resort, and running away while shrieking in an undignified manner as a last resort. Command Daedra was a fun spell, as was Banish Daedra.