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The world of Skyrim is vast. In the sense that China is merely a continent. No, Skyrim is a universe unto itself. Ok, well not that big, but the picture you should get is that it’s huge. Except if you are a noob to Elder Scrolls then yes the universe analogy fits. Â What Bethesda did was pack some good meat on the bones of a game that clearly need to trim, and keep the best parts. For what Skyrim does it is magnificent. So let’s assume you are like me, a noob to the world how do we get into the game to get the most out of the experience. You can’t go wrong with that. Focusing on what makes the game worth playing is how much can you get into it.Â Since there is much to do in Skyrim we created 5 tips that will help keep you alive, and grow to your best potential in the game.
1. Side Quests- Always look for small jobs to do from NPC that help you boost your stats. They are a quick way to also get a lay of the land, and the creatures dwelling there.Â Another great thing is the quick cash, and notoriety.Â This is also a great way to understand the world, and what is going on in it. You are close to the ground hearing all the tales & stories.
2. Hours of exploration- Put time into some research with the mindset that exploration is the best way to discover what the world has to offer. By putting in 2 hours you get a full idea of the land near you. It’s something that lends perspetive, and a time frame to assess, plan, and then act. That’s really the way it is supposed to be. Living with that knowledge makes a difference. One that counts, and has on the best course of action.
3. Network-The single most important aspect of Skyrim is to interact with your network of friends who have the game. Discuss what they have seen, and experienced. What you will discover is that not everyone plays the same, but they have styles of game concentration that have helped them progress. So your goal is to study them, play, and learn while Â in your game. That will make your adventure more complete, getting you near to an ideal end than having you feel as if you are still in the beginning. How do you get mad at that? Many of your friends have gone through the motions of having a life. Leaving a lie, but behind the truth. How right is that?
4. Decide on your limits-What I mean by ‘deciding your limits’ simply comes down to how much do want you want to explore, quest, engage, and finish the game? What type of abilities, and traits do you want in your character? Deciding after say several days of playing, and feeling your way is the best way to get lost. Which is fine, but then pull back for a day. Organize your thoughts on how you have been progressing, or digressing. This evaluation will help you with time/game management so that you are able to get the most out of playing Skyrim. At the same time giving you set goals that give you a breather. You can jump back into the game with more focus, and clarity. This attitude, and discipline will go a long way to you finish the game in a manner that makes you feel satisfied from the experience. Which at the end of the day is why you plucked down the duckets for the game in the first place.
5. Learn Your Map- Bar none the best thing for a noob to do in any rpg game no matter the type. You should learn, or create a map. Many times in RPG games you will have to backtrack, and traverse areas you may have been to, or will have to go to. Further more it also let’s you bookmark important areas that will allow you to finish quests that can’t be done until you haveÂ acquireÂ better weapons, abilities, or items. Your map is everything. In fact it’s such an important tool that the folks over @Â gamebanshee.com/skyrim/mapofskyrim.php#nullÂ have created a map that tabs the Province of Skyrim and its locations.
You’ll be better at rpg gaming following these steps. They are again meant to make sure you don’t get overwhelmed. It’s also a great way for you to not have to purchase those tip books that frankly, ruin the game experience. You should get the most of your games, and guide are cool, but they give too much away. Not many games can have guides created. Which for gamer’s that need them, forces many miss out on great games because they have to have a guide. We want confident gamer’s, a better rpg players. WoW is great, but’s Skyrim should let you know it’s not the only one in town.