Skyrim has captured my attention once more and so too has the large amount of Skyrim queries bringing all you lovely people to my little old blog.
Well I hate to see people leaving unfulfilled, so I have answered another of the ten most popular queries that wave wiggled their way to me.
If you’re interested in the other Skyrim help posts you can find them here and here, otherwise keep reading.
When I answered ten of your top asked questions on Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it proved to be very popular, so I’m going to do it again. I’ve taken the next ten most asked questions, and answered them. here you go.
If you do have something specific that you want to know, please ask. Read more
Since I wrote my review post on Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls V Skyrim, I have hits from a number of people asking various questions. So purely out of the kindness of my heart I have taken the top most asked questions and provided the answers. If you’ve found this post, hopefully I have answered your question.
Which ingredients are used to make the Blacksmith’s Potion/Draught/Philter/Elixir ?
Mixing any of the following together
- Glowing Mushroom
- Sabre Cat Tooth
- Spriggan Sap.
…will give you the ‘Fortify Smithing’ attribute, depending on your skill and the ingredients you use you can increase Smithing by either 20/30/40/50 points. The potion is called the Blacksmith’s Potion/Draught/Philter/Elixir accordingly.
"The House Always Wins"
I finally got round to completing Bethesda/Obsidians Fallout: New Vegas this week. Now, considering I pretty much bought this when it first came out, it has taken me a very long time to complete it. This has got little to do with the size or complexity of the game (of course, it is quite big and the main storyline is quite long.)
My main reason for taking so long to complete the game, is all due to the perk called ‘explorer’. For those who don’t know, the explorer perk which you can obtain at level 20 puts a marker on your map for every explorable location in the game. Read more
On the 11th of November this year, Bethesda are releasing the next in the Elder Scrolls series, Skyrim. Of course it all sounds rather catchy as 11/11/11 but if they have to move this date for any reason it will all look rather daft, and the next one is 12th December 2012 which is kinda stupid. Anyway I digress, the point is I’ve finally found the time to hunt down the Skrim gameplay trailer.
FallOut: New Vegas is the sequel to the Bethesda Studios (the same guys and gals who brought us the Elder Scrolls series) 2008 Best Seller ‘FallOut 3’. Although, maybe ‘sequel’ is not the right term as though it is undoubtedly the same apocalyptic wastes of the US set four years after the FallOut 3 storyline, it does feature all new characters and is set in an entirely new city; Las Vegas or ‘New Vegas’ as it is now named.
The Mojave wastes of New Vegas are not as devastated as the Capital Wastes of Fall-Out 3, many of the buildings are still standing, especially when you get to the heart of New Vegas which still has it’s own version of the golden strip glittering away. However, this meant that the area is rife with gang warfare and mafia-esque gangland bosses vying for power. Read more