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Character Build: The Woodlander

Tags: #Character Build Archer  #Character Build Scout  #Character Build Werewolf  #Race:Bosmer  #Rank:Legendary 
  • June 21, 2014
    Can't wait :D
  • Member
    June 21, 2014
    So yeah, aside from my two survivalist characters which I will post when able, I'll take a crack at this one. It's really well done. Alright, my character, a Breton either named Richard Blackthorne, or Jacen Marek, was the son of a minor noble, and a huntress. Once, in his late teens, he was attacked by men working for enemies of his father. He was beaten, and left for dead on the border to Skyrim. Fearing for what would happen if he went back, and knowing he would be safer in another province, he journeyed into Skyrim.
  • Member
    June 22, 2014

    Nice build and by the way I love the celtic music :) +1

  • June 23, 2014

    Nice build but one question,would using hearthfire ruin it.

  • June 29, 2014

    I love this build and concept in general. I usually make a "me" in Bethesda games so I can roleplay using my own moral and intellectual compass in the game. This is the exact build I used for that character. I focused on the same skills and character concept. I love living off the land in Skyrim. Slowing things down a bit and really soaking in the world. Great job, man.

  • June 30, 2014

    Well, if you're going Game of Thrones wildlings style, like Ygritte, Skaal fur looks the best.

  • Member
    July 27, 2014

    Alright guys I am going live on with a new game for this build, please come and join me!

  • Member
    September 18, 2014

    Just the first picture did the job for me. I've always been a fan of builds that use both archery and one handed, although I haven't tried one yet. You made the change, i'm starting this one as soon as possible, can't wait. +1 from me

  • September 20, 2014
    +1 from me, this seems to be very exciting. I would suggest some technical improvement: you put 2 pts on shield wall and sneak. Their 1st point adds 20% bonus but the second gives only +5%. You could spend these 2 points on alchemy, archery or one-handed. You also put points into critical hit perks while their bonus is not so significant. I'd only unlick these perks when the damage increase perk was on 5/5, or not even then. You could also add some potion recipes :)
  • Member
    September 21, 2014

    Thank you for the suggestions and the +1s guys. Balazs thank you for pointing those small details out, I just started another play through with this character and will make changes from what you have pointed out.