My real name is Russell, I am 54 years old, am Scottish by birth and nationality, a near fatal accident caused me to come to gaming very late in life, well I have to past the days somehow
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Good question, Bones! Tough one to answer! I've always had a squishy spot for the Falkreath area, in particular Half Moon Mill. I'm not even sure why I like it so much.
I guess because it's so serene. Like if I were going to live in Skyrim, I'd have a perfectly happy existence running a mill in it's southerly reaches.
I really get where your coming from Edana and what makes that place a bit intriguing is it's occupied by vampires, a peaceful, tranquil place with a hidden history perhaps?
Does Solstheim count? If so, mine would have to be the southern ashlands. I played Skyrim (And Dragonborn) before Morrowind, so stepping foot in Raven Rock was my first glimpse of the ash. At that time, I remember liking how much it differed from the usual snowy/forested setting of the base game, not to mention all the new fauna anf flora (If only it had guars...).
In Skyrim itself, though, I'd probably have to say Riften's my favorite. It might not be the most bizarre place in the game, but I've always liked the feel of it. The sewers, the run down docks, the meadery, and it just has a general shadiness to it. It could do without the Black-Briars, but otherwise it's my favorite town (And location) in Skyrim.
Yes my friend Solstiem counts, and I see what you mean its just beautiful, Riften is your top location? great, why mate?
Ok Vault dwellers what is your top Skyrim location and why? mine? well that's easy Shriekwind Bastion yes I know there is not very much inside it, minimal treasure and a word of Power for Elemental Fury it, it's location that gets it for me perched high above Falkreath it totally dominates the landscape and serves as a constant reminder of days past.
And please, feel free to leave a photograph or print of your favourite location.
This post was edited by Bonelord at March 24, 2017 6:48 AM EDT
Dunmer: Kings of the heap for me, their history and look makes them my number 1
Argonian: Kings of the Hist anyone who gets high on tree sap without going into business selling it class act.
Altmer: my favourite spell weavers, a little up their own asses with their snotty attitude
Redguard: the dessert camel riders, yes lots of stamina, not my kind of race.
wood elf: tree huggers one and all, stealth/archery? not for me.
Nords: big, heavy, blonde and in Skyrim the racist attitude lets them down.
Breton: man mer mix that should never have happened I mean what use are they
Imperial: great at buying and selling apples useless as warriors.
Orc: The pig warriors of the wrothgaran mountains, great at making armour but their look
Khajiit: well whenever I see one I just want to go, here kitty kitty and pet the hell out of it, I love it when my cats purr.