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    Too funny, I will try that out!
    “Absolutely, I can help, not just protection-wise but in the run game. That’s something that I take a lot of pride in,” Green said. “It’s something I feed of off. I love to hit. I’m smiling right now – just the thought of hitting somebody is a great feeling.”

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    That's funny as hell. Skryim is an awesome achievement of a game. I am slightly put-off by the fact that encounters/enemies scale with you, as it makes "leveling" feel a bit hollow, but it's still a great game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    That's funny as hell. Skryim is an awesome achievement of a game. I am slightly put-off by the fact that encounters/enemies scale with you, as it makes "leveling" feel a bit hollow, but it's still a great game.
    I always go out of my way to be overpowered by killing higher end enemies if I can. I remember being like level 5 in Oblivion and getting an Ebony Armor set and a good sword by sniping someone wearing it by hitting them from above with a low level fire spell for almost an hour. I was just high enough that they couldn't hit me. The scaling of the enemies always makes them juuuust out of reach for you to be OP in Skyrim unless you got a good sword. There is a good sword found on the mast of a ship that knocks the enemy back every three hits, can't remember the name. You can take dragons out easily with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterShake View Post
    I always go out of my way to be overpowered by killing higher end enemies if I can. I remember being like level 5 in Oblivion and getting an Ebony Armor set and a good sword by sniping someone wearing it by hitting them from above with a low level fire spell for almost an hour. I was just high enough that they couldn't hit me. The scaling of the enemies always makes them juuuust out of reach for you to be OP in Skyrim unless you got a good sword. There is a good sword found on the mast of a ship that knocks the enemy back every three hits, can't remember the name. You can take dragons out easily with it.
    The scaling stops at some point, I can't remember where exactly.. but if you just grind XP and do side quests, the main quest is a breeze and you are definitely OP.

    Still, I like old school RPG's that have set encounters and that if you wander into them too soon you get obliterated, but careful strategy is rewarded by giving great loot to relatively low level players... BG2 comes to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayninja View Post
    The scaling stops at some point, I can't remember where exactly.. but if you just grind XP and do side quests, the main quest is a breeze and you are definitely OP.

    Still, I like old school RPG's that have set encounters and that if you wander into them too soon you get obliterated, but careful strategy is rewarded by giving great loot to relatively low level players... BG2 comes to mind.
    Old school Final Fantasy was great with that. Sometimes you could level up in zones that shouldn't have been available quite yet (like the tip of an island on the map that was just inside a higher level zone) and speed level. I like having the option!

    I think most elder scrolls games are a wash after about level 55. After that if you have a full set of chameleon armor or a good one handed weapon you can breeze through most encounters.

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    If it scales with you then oh shit...

    I have had my ass handed to me several times in Skyrim so far.

    My conclusion is that I suck lol.

    Fun though
    “Absolutely, I can help, not just protection-wise but in the run game. That’s something that I take a lot of pride in,” Green said. “It’s something I feed of off. I love to hit. I’m smiling right now – just the thought of hitting somebody is a great feeling.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    If it scales with you then oh shit...

    I have had my ass handed to me several times in Skyrim so far.

    My conclusion is that I suck lol.

    Fun though
    You'll get the hang of it. Trick is to focus your character initially. Know what you want to be and don't spread your perks out too much too early. Stealth is incredibly powerful.

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    I think I'll spend some time doing some alchemy to sell potions so I can buy better gear. I read potion selling is the best way to make cash.

    Lasting a little longer in a fight would be good, I was getting ass whipped meeting the greybeards by a frost troll.
    “Absolutely, I can help, not just protection-wise but in the run game. That’s something that I take a lot of pride in,” Green said. “It’s something I feed of off. I love to hit. I’m smiling right now – just the thought of hitting somebody is a great feeling.”

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