Discussion in 'Games & Gaming' started by Lord Raine, May 9, 2012.
So if you fast travel to a point outside the city (the stable) you won't be attacked?
I think what is being said is that you do get attacked, just not in a city where everybody gets murdered. I never thought to try fast-travel, so I don't actually know what happens first hand. I just went at them head-on until I got their pattern down enough that they couldn't kill anybody.
I'm playing on my level 40ish archer, and I'm not really having a problem with the vampires spawning in the cities. I've only had it happen once so far in Solitude, and I killed 'em all pretty fast. Hell, the guards took care of one before I even got there.
What they need to do is spawn NPCs with slightly different names but the same voices. Or with different voices.
People keep dying around me man. I feel alone...I mean there was the one lady in Windhelm, then the miners at Markath. Then the begger at Windhelm.
Good gods man. Skyrim is uncomfortable close to real life. Of course, after you see Louis Letrush getting his head wacked off by an Orc Merc for the third time...
Anyways, they need to have expendable NPCs that Vampires will go after.
It was kind of inevitable, really. An RPG that portrays day-to-day life and random death just realistically enough, and suddenly stuff that happens all the time in most games becomes bleak-heartedly grim.
And here we go! Since pictures appear to be the only way to get through to you, I shall be making extensive use of them.
Hey, imagine how much trouble you could've saved yourself if you listened to me on Friday. Remeber this?
Not only can I actually do math, I can predict the fucking future.
There is precisely nothing wrong with my multiplication. Since images got through to you last time, I shall repeat them.
Notice how you claim that with a mere 100% from gear enchantments, a Greatsword can deal 272 damage? With upwards of 100 damage from weapon damage enchantments? And how I provided the figures of 266 (rounded up) ncluding the full 160% enchantment bonus, and 62 respectively?
Well, let's go see what the game has to say.
Oh look you're wrong about me being wrong. As far as surprise goes, this is on par with the sun rising tomorrw.
This is a lie.
This is a lie.
This is a lie. I raised that specific objection in response to the question of why mages were wearing robes but the warrior got enchanting-- I have always been willing to allow the warrior to enchant his own gear. It's the only way for him to come at all close to a mage running around in stuff purchased from Radiant Raiment.
This is a lie.
This is a lie.
This is a lie.
This is a lie.
And this is a lie.
For everyone who is going TL;DR:
My argument has changed in no particular at all from my OP, which remains correct in each detail. Raine's desperately trying to shift the goalposts, because he shot his mouth off without knowing how anything worked.
Forget your math, Raine. Any math you can do, I can do better, quicker, and more accurately. What I want right now is some kind of evidence you, in fact, own or play Skyrim. Here's mine:
And as one final tidbit before I finish:
One of these is a lie-- but which?!
EDIT: Also LOL at your 'badass' character needing to reload multiple times to win a fight.
Can you take your little spat to another thread? Maybe VS?
Why? I'm correcting Raine about Skyrim's game mechanics. I dunno why people keep suggesting Vs.
I'll stop correcting him when he stops being wrong.
Haha, I didn't catch him saying he was playing dawnguard and using mods. You know he's just going to say he has both though right? Not even that unbelievable if he pirates.
Also, Foamy, could it be possible that.....Lord Raine....has TWO Skyrim games?
Unfortunately, I'm not sure if that is the foolproof method. Ivenread on another forum that in some cases the vamps attack after you've left the city. Bethesda really needs to patch this quick or therell be no merchants left alive.
Which would be a bit more retarded than simply straight out lying. I suppose he could be playing on a friend's xbox, but simply having two skyrims lying around for... whatever reason is pretty stupid.
No, you're having a big spammy argument that's clogging up the thread.
This isn't about the game, it's about who's right.
And they're suggesting VS because it's taken a turn away from what works best to Warrior VS Mage. Or should that be Foany VS Lord Raine?
*has Skyrim on the PC and Xbox 360*
I'd go with Foamy on any topic about the game if only for the fact that thanks to his obsessiveness, Foamy has probably seen every single bit of Skyrim.
(And stolen everything from it)
Nah, dude has an Xbox because I've seen him complain about how PC makes Elder Scrolls a billion times better and more fun. He was talking about buying a new computer to replace some ancient Apple though a little while ago in another forum. That said buying 2 copies of Skyrim seems incredibly dumb. Or perhaps he pirated his PC copy with the justification that he already bought a 360 version so it's not that bad morally speaking.
Oh he'll lie about his lies if it suits him. He never admits his lies, he doubles-down on them, and contradicts his own previously made lies if need be. Which is "forgivable" in the sense that it would be rather difficult to keep track of all the lies he liberally mixes into nearly every post he makes.
What added functionality would you get out of spending 120 dollars that would make it worth it? Or 80, if you got both on sale.
I bought 3 copies of Oblivion.
1 for the PC when it came out, one for the 360 when my video card died and I had to downgrade to an old crappy one for a while that couldn't run it, then the collector's edition when I found it on sale(ok, slight fanboyism there. Couldn't find the collector's when it came out, tho, and I wanted it).
If he bought it for the 360 because his PC couldn't run it, then later got a PC that could and wanted to play with mods, how is buying a second copy stupid?
Of course. I'd settle for proof of either-- a simple screenshot of a Steam page would be trivial to provide. If, you know, he actually has the PC version to run mods. An XBox proof might be trickier, but I hear tell that there's these fancy new digital camera dealies out there now, he could probably use one of those.
Also apparently his L50+ character needs to 'grind' smithing. This is what my L50+ character has randomly kicking around:
Smithing is trivial to level if you have cash.
My level 54 character probably has 5000 gold on them.
How much cash you have really depends on playstyle.
Evidence suggests, while Foamy hasn't stollen everything, he did a good attempt;
I do remember Foamy bitching that he could only keep two cities at a time stripped naked before they stuff would respawn.
I actually figured out a way around that: I'd leave them their boots. As long as they had something in their inventory, it wouldn't respawn. This enabled me to actually convert the entire human populace of Skyrim, excepting QE characters (who can't have their clothes stolen), into shameless (near) nudists.
This included ghosts, which are pickpocketable. Draugr aren't, though.
This is A Good Thing. *shudder*
So they could take it a step further and generate NPCs for non-essential characters.
Separate names with a comma.