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I think Skyrim modding has devolved into one big mess of 70% shit and 30% gold. The shit being waifu/anime/skimpy/nude mods and the gold being the great, immersive mods that actually require skill like Frostfall and INeed. You can find the gold but to do that you have to search through the pile of shit.
...Must resist urge...to turn this...into a Blood Magic debate ::P Blast, you nearly got me there Ebonslayer.
This post was edited by Ebonslayer at January 26, 2017 8:23 PM EST
I don't agree that werewolves and vampires are naturally evil, it's just that those who use it are usually evil. It's like the blood magic from Dragon Age, Blood Magic, like Vampirism/Lycanthropy is not inherently evil, it's just that most people who use those powers can't control those powers. Sinding is a unique case, he was cursed by Hircine when he stole his ring.
Both Hidden-In-Shadow (my Oblivion character) and Walks-In-Darkness (Skyrim) are vampires but you could never tell at first because they are great people. They are true heros in the eyes of the people but they just barely keep their needs in check. If Hidden-In-Shadows has to bite someone to prevent starvation the victim must either be dead, are going to die (bandits and such), or allow it to happen (though that's quite rare), if he can't get a supplier right away he will leave civilization for a time and look for a victim until his thirst is sated. My Skyrim character has got the bright idea of putting the people he kills' blood in vials to drink later so that's a little better, he loves mixing it up with some sujamma too.
I like joining the Empire with my main argonian because in my headcanon he's a blade who occasionally runs stealth missions for the Emperor. He keeps his loyalty in Skyrim because he knows that incident at Helgen was an accident (if it happened). Hell, he's probably the only assassin character in... ever, that destroys the DB just to avoid killing an old friend.