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1) Riverwood. I think it's Faendal says that there's beauty here unmatched in all of Skyrim. The fast running little river there reminds me of the little rivers of the Peak District in the UK, one of my favourite parts of the real world.
2) Darkwater Crossing. Partly for it's beauty and isolation. And because back when I was a noob, and didn't know my way around Skyrim, I thought you had to go through there to get to High Hrothgar. Fun times.
I agree about the books and movies. Skyrim is a great sanbox for living out all the fantasy, er, fantasies!
Sometimes for me it's seeing a great piece of fantasy art that make me want to recreate that vibe in a character.
Seriously, though, I am excited to see a modded mage build. Do you have an ETA?
Noooooo! I'm doing a playthrough at the moment and might end up doing a second one after I've found out how some things play out. I'm not sure what I've got is distinctive enough yet .
Immersive Citizens rocks. Except when you want to find someone and they are not in their usual spot!
This post was edited by Plunders-The-Mountains at January 30, 2017 7:26 AM EST
My 'can't live without' mods are Camping/Frostfall, Alternate Start, Cloaks of Skyrim and Immersive Citizens. I'm REALLY hoping Hunterborn turns up on console at some point. :)
But I'm currently deep into playing with the Ordinator Perk Overhaul, alongside the Apocalypse Spells mod. I've got a mage in the works that I will post as a modded build when she's done.
I'm back! After taking what I thought would be a short break from Skyrim last April, I ended up not playing for the best part of a year. But at Christmas we got the new XBoxOne and SSE with mods! Mods!! And I'm really excited about Skyrim again, and popped back here.
Whats the deal with posting builds based on perk overhaul mods and the like? I remember it being talked about ages ago....?