How many here played this game with little to no fast traveling?
I did, and it was great. It was more challenging to only walk, ride a horse or carriage around Skyrim, and it added to the game. Also, it was easier to find random stuff to do when riding around on horseback. Personally, I wouldn't play it any other way.
It is nice to take in the scenery sometimes and skip the fast travel. Kill some Thalmor patrols, dismember some butterflies. I personally love to transform into a werewolf and sprint like a crazy mofo in between destinations. Seems faster than a horse and your stamina takes a long time to drain.
I may have just missed it before but did Dragonborn really add political fallout for your choice inthe civil war. I hadn't heard NPCs discuss it before, but I just hopped into Riften and one of the meadery guy as talking about how he lost his sister in the war, how his father takes Ulfric's views too seriously and how he's uncomfortable about how his mother preaches about Talos.
It all feels this bit was almost written pre-election 2012 than pre-launch Skyrim.
This is my second character, a High Elf named Isis. She's a foxy little kleptomaniac and mage with alchemy as her #1 hobby. She is currently a level 38 character. My previous character (on my xbox) was a level 63 Imperial, but I grew tired of his overwhelming sneak and archery skills, and his luck with finding gold (also lack of boobs). I was playing that character on Adept, with Isis I'm playing on Master difficulty. So much fun returning to Tamriel after a few months
Last edited by UglyCasanova; 12-06-2012 at 11:24 AM.
And they will go on sale at half price. Not too shabby. If there are any unfortunate Skyrim players attached to a PS3 copy, they should consider it buying them on release. I enjoyed them all rather a lot. Maybe I just love Skyrim.