Really? I see fire damage stuff all the time. I think one of the very first items I disenchanted was fire damage.Any who: does anyone know where I could find a fire-damage enchanted weapon so I can create my ultimate frost-troll-killer bow? It seems to be one of the most rare enchantments...
From how I understand it, the soul value dictates either the strength of the enchantment (if it's a percentage type boost) or the amount of initial charge if it's a damage value enchant.Yeah, but you can adjust the slider for the amount of the damage/charges before you assign a Soul Gem. I can set it to do say 8 damage, 94 times, then choose the Soul Gem. So if I set it at 8 Damage, 94 charges, then whats the difference in the end result using a Petty Soul Gem and Grand Soul Gem? I guess I don't understand how you choose the amount on the slider, then attach a Soul Gem which also has charges.
Werewolfing is more of a gimmick than a real mechanic.Okay, being a werewolf officially sucks eggs. Aela the Hunter just follows me around letting people kick my ass. How long do I have to wait until I turn back into a human?
I have points in decapitate mace and axe, they all have benefits. The axe and mace skills are a little dependent on who your fighting for which is more effective, and the decapitation is just handy. I like to use a mace in one hand and an axe in the other when dual wielding. I feel it gives me a better overall functionality. Granted a matched pair of maces would be better for armored foes and a matched pair of axes would be better to less armored ones. I have had a few one swing decapitation kills on foes that would otherwise take 5+ hits to kill. But that sort of instant kill is rare and wouldn't be a consistent improvement. Definitely worth it just not as consistent as one of the others. Really from my experience theirs no wrong answer, just pick the perk for what you prefer to use and enjoy.Okay, that did work. Thank you. I was getting slapped all over the place, especially since Aela was just spectating. I almost wanted to go to the menu to look for a "boot spectator" option...
I'm playing as a dual wield redguard with heavy armor. I have two perks to spend and want to go further into one hand skills. I can choose a bonus damage skill for mace axe or sword, or I can choose the decapitator move (savage strike, I think) or the charge skill. Any thoughts?
I would start with a helmet, may not be a ton of armor but it all helps. The amulet will help, dunno if it is worth it though. Might also try a shield and using only one weapon, the ability to block may prove more useful than the second weapon in some cases.I'm getting slapped around now at level 19 trying to finish up some quests I'd been putting off. I think I'm on adept, maybe expert. I have steel plate but no helmet, dual wielding a dwarven mace and axe. Should I buy an amulet in Solitude that gives me 40 extra health? It's over 1800 septims, though.
I dunno, but Dwarven metal is REALLY easy to acquire since you can melt down random plate metal stuff to make ingots.Yeah, I'm going nuts with smithing here all of a sudden. What's the allure of Dwarven armor? Sure, it looks cool. But steel plate is more protection and seems to weigh less. Any ideas? Also, I have yet to start enchanting but I really should. The trouble is that I sold my enchanted weapons because they were all two handed or something else I wouldn't use. So now I have nothing to reverse engineer. Any tips? Thank you.
I'm at level 35 now, around where you are, I think I was spending a LOT on health potions, buying every health potion I could find, etc. And yea I would definitely get the amulet with 40+ hp, at level 35 that's the best I see still. And also try to aquire the steel plate helm, boots, and guantlets, and maybe a health or +damage ring.I'm getting slapped around now at level 19 trying to finish up some quests I'd been putting off. I think I'm on adept, maybe expert. I have steel plate but no helmet, dual wielding a dwarven mace and axe. Should I buy an amulet in Solitude that gives me 40 extra health? It's over 1800 septims, though.
, bookshelves has the option to "use" them and it places and arranges books in your inventory for you. I won't be manually placing hundreds of books in bookshelvesHouse summaries: http://www.reddit.com/r/skyrim/comments/mnhdo/comparison_of_the_5_houses/
Technically anything works as a bookshelf, just drop the books ontop of it. -_-