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Most satisfying person you killed/person you really want to kill

    • 237 posts
    May 9, 2015 1:01 AM EDT

    His farm isn't even that great!  Seven wheat and seven cabbages?  Please.  Even just a basic garden at Lakeview or Windstad has eleven plots that can be made to harvest daily, with multiple yield.

    It's not hard to be wealthier than Nazeem.  He's just a poser, a wannabe, a deluded fool.  Killing him doesn't even grant me any satisfaction.  At least it makes Whiterun a friendlier place to walk through. :\

  • May 11, 2015 8:36 AM EDT

    I have to say, my most satisfying kill ever was when I took down Morokei in Labyrinthian at level 15. I spent most of the time ducking and weaving in and out of cover, occasionally pew-pewing him with firebolts and using Equilibrium to make sure the Staff of Magnus never zapped my health. Problem is, that kept my health pretty low, so I had to sprint from cover to cover before his summoned Storm Atronach got a bead on me. It was a grueling, white-knuckled fight all the way through. Eventually I got in close behind him, used Slow Time, and roasted him to ash with a dual-handed Flames spell. 

    Most fun I've ever had in Skyrim, no doubt.

  • Tom
    • 624 posts
    May 11, 2015 3:57 PM EDT

    I'm coming for you Nils.

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    May 11, 2015 4:26 PM EDT
    The blades were originally from the continent of akavir, home of the dragons. The continent Akavir launched 3 assaults in Tamriel these assaults were coordinated by the Tsaesci a snake like race of vampires in the region of Tsaesci. the blades were out at pale pass reman cyrodiil spoke with the blades general. This led to the blades becoming the emperor's personal guards. During the Oblivion crisis the blades were escorting Uriel Septim who was then murdered by the cultists of the Mythic Dawn followers of Mancar Cameron author of Commentaries on the mysterium xarses these eight books are present during oblivion and skyrim, however these books can only be found in silus vesius's house in dawnstar. Also during the oblivion crisis the blades guarded the emperor's last son martin septim. When the oblivion crisis ended the blades were disbanded, this happens before the great war. During the great war the blades were hunted down by the aldmeri dominions thalmor justiciaries, this leads to almost every last blades temple's destruction all except sky haven in sky rim and a few others which we never see but we do hear about them. That was just a brief history of the blades I forgot to mention that they hunted dragons before they met reman cyrodiil and everyone hates Delphine because she wants to kill paarthunax.
    • 68 posts
    May 12, 2015 6:45 PM EDT
    Back with another for the list. Madanach is on my list. Reason why is because the Forsworn attack whether you help him escape or kill him. I figure I might as well give them a reason to hate me and nothing does it better than killing their king lol. Oh and as plus you can go straight fist to fist or shiv him in the back. Nothing beats murdering someone while you're in prison lol.
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    May 12, 2015 8:26 PM EDT

    Yeah... but Thonar is the reason you got framed for things you didn't do. Madanach's people just try to kill you. 

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    May 12, 2015 8:35 PM EDT
    Don't get me wrong I'm no fan of Thonar. I just like to give the Forsworn a reason to hate me lol. The game makes more sense when you kill Madanach because if you side with him you unofficialy become Forsworn so they shouldn't attack you, but they still do so I just give them a reason to.
    • 64 posts
    May 13, 2015 12:38 AM EDT

    Really? Because he tells you to "fear the Forsworn" right before you part ways. It actually less sense for them to not attack you after he just said that. The Forsworn at Druadach Redoubt (where Madanach is living) don't attack you because Madanach is on good terms with you, not because you're a Forsworn. The Armor of the Old Gods set was "something to remember me by".

    I don't know, just me speculating

    • 68 posts
    May 13, 2015 8:51 AM EDT
    The player is unofficialy adopted into the Forsworn after aiding Madanach, similarly to Madanach's Orc bodyguard who is not Forsworn but adopted into them by aiding Madanach. The "beware the Forsworn" line can be attributed to the fact that while locked in the mine Madanach lost control of the Forsworn and thusly they will still attack. If you approach Madanach in Druadach you can hear make mention of this as he talks about regrouping the Forsworn and uniting them under his banner once more. Even with this knowledge I however still like to give the Forsworn a reason to attack so I usually kill Madanach. The exception being when I play as a serveant of Hircine. Since Hircine is one of the Forsworn old gods it wouldn't make sense to kill Madanach.
  • May 13, 2015 8:45 PM EDT

    Alain is satisfying for me also because of the situation of the mission itself.  Deep in a Dwemer mine with lots of lackeys to sneak past, or serially assassinate.  Then, he's around the fire with 2 more pairs of eyes to work around, and another heavy behind the gate, so getting in, and out is probably the funnest contract.  You can also do it multiple ways:  pick a lock to nuke them with the ballista

    from above, or my favorite,  Silent Roll/Great Critical Charge from out of sight followed by a dance around the other two.  (maybe with the occasional Vampire Dust to recover, and come back from another angle, or just slip away...)

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    May 14, 2015 10:12 PM EDT
    The Whiterun Jarls son who says "another lackey here to lick my fathers bootstraps". Arrogant POS.
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    May 15, 2015 12:32 PM EDT

    That Argonian, Jara-ee or something, but since he gives you a quest he's marked as essential.

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    May 15, 2015 12:53 PM EDT

    But wait! Guess what? You can kill him at the end of it!

    • 64 posts
    May 15, 2015 12:55 PM EDT

    I don't think that's arrogance (like Dagny) but rather him becoming really jaded from hearing things about his dad and other forbidden secrets.

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    May 15, 2015 10:26 PM EDT

    You know, I think Galmar's actually ashamed of Rolff. Galmar is the housecarl of Windhelm and the Jarl's right-hand man, while Rolff, Galmar's adult, able-bodied brother, is the town fool who gets drunk at spews racial slurs out his grimy mouth. Galmar never even admits that they're related.

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    May 15, 2015 10:51 PM EDT

    For me it was either Alea Quintus or Vasha..... i hated the attitude coming from Alea ("if I didn't have this hood on right now I would spit right in your face...") and i didn't  like the death threat from Vasha ( Perhaps I will have my people carve my name in your corpse as a reminder.")