Some of you have heard of The Story Corner, some of you haven't or simply have yet to wander in our territory. So, with that in mind, what is TSC exactly?
It's a safe, friendly place where members of all levels and skills can write creatively and share their stories with other like-minded individuals who enjoy reading and telling stories.
It doesn't matter if you have several degrees or dropped out of school. There's nothing worse in the world than a blank page, so give it a go.
Write a few words.
Read a few stories.
No one knows where the journey will take you and no one can guess who you will meet on the way.
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Oh wow, I'm glad I was featured but ashamed that it happened before I could fix all the errors xD
I'll try to edit it soon, there are plenty of grammatical errors and loose ends in the build.
Thanks for all the support and encouragement! Oh, and Ponty: <3
No, but if you're only thinking of the mods then that's just stupid.
PC: Better graphics for computers that are better than the Xbox (so pretty much every dual core PC)
PC: Mouse and keyboard is superior in every objective way, and if you still prefer controller you can plug one in.
PC: Steam big picture, sit in your couch and play a 1080p game on a giant ass screen.
PC: Mods, like you mentioned.
PC: Earlier patches
PC: Cheaper than xbox games.
PC: Steam overlay, chat with friends or google things ingame.
And btw, why are you paying 60 usd for it? Have you looked at the prices at all? It's understandable if you live in Australia or something, where prices are high. But just take a look at the steam price, it's lower than 60 usd. Take a look at amazon.com, lower than 60. I bet you could use a site like pricerunner and find it for lower than 30 usd. This myth that games cost 60 bucks is getting tiresome. I buy new games at 33% less all the time. You just have to google the game and find the cheapest store.
If you want, you could give it a human or elven name. If an orc grew up with say, human parents, they could have named him/her whatever they liked. And if you're really stumped, just give your character a title or nickname. "The Hound" from game of thrones is a great example.
For me it's like this: Skyrim is objectively better than Oblivion in a lot of areas, and I will never back down from this. Just like Oblivion however, it has it's problems. Oblivion delivers a different experience than Skyrim, and that's why I think it still holds up. If you want a more classic fantasy, play Oblivion. If you want to go full on Viking mode, play Skyrim. The people who say Oblivion is better than Skyrim are clearly only going on nostalgia.
Inspired by the finnish gamer who ventured into Morrowind's mainland and later Vvardenfell, I decided to have my own little noclip adventure into the region westish of Skyrim. Hammerfell and Highrock.
Let's start with a bunch of pictures shall we?
We start our adventures outside Markath.
"Come on, Arkan! You have to stop doing this to yourself," the nord spoke with a calming tone, yet you could hear how he was saddened at the same time. "Drinking yourself to death won't accomplish anything."
"I don't care. Now get out of my shight, or get yourshelf a drink and join me," Arkan repl...
HIGH SPOILERIZED MATERIAL DO NOT READ ON IF YOU ARE ANTI-SPOILERS!!!
SERIOUSLY, YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
NOT KIDDING AROUND DUDE, LAST WARNING!
Fine, have it your way.
First blog post :D
So I recently changed my desktop wallpaper to a map of Skyrim. I was looking around Riverwood trying t...