my game is getting boring now that martin is dead and theres nothing to do but boring quests and im only lvl 10 how could it be over yet ?
Why not make your own quests with modding? Or try to explore every dugeon in the game...or just go on a rampage and try to kill everyone in every town...yeah..thats always a way to go out with a bang...good times, good time. Have you tried playing as every race and every class in the game? well it probably won't make much of a difference but thats what i plan to do when signs of bordem start appearing. you could set monsters in town and watch them kill people while you sit safely atop a roof. thats fun...I liked that in morrowind...heh heh stupid guards...
I feel ya rickyw, I just can't get into it as much as I did when it was fresh off the shelf of EB Games but hey still a great game with replayability and tons of mods so try downloading the new patch and get some quest mods
rickyw59my game is getting boring now that martin is dead and theres nothing to do but boring quests and im only lvl 10 how could it be over yet ?
Ever try the Guild questlines? (Dark Brotherhood, Mages' Guild etc.)
Snak3Ever try the Guild questlines? (Dark Brotherhood, Mages' Guild etc.)
Correct. :nodding: Boring quests? Maybe you just haven't found the real ones yet... The guilds, the daedra's shrines, occasional NPC's, rumors, towns and other map objects are all the great source for them - the main quest is only 1/100 of the game, more so considering the mods... Or else, maybe you just need some rest or this... Even the normally 'boring' dungeons can turn out to be the great source of fun. Seriously. It all depends on how you play, as the DragonSlayer stated. :D
17th June 2002
I hate that a lot of this game is repetition, but it has gems hidden away inside of it. I love how you can just stumble your way into interesting quests. For example, just walking casually through Temple district you can find yourself embroiled in a vampire hunting society with dark secrets. I slept for a night on the Bloated Float inn in Waterside and found myself out at sea! I bought a manor for a bargain and found myself drawn into necromantic antics... all sorts of things just 'happen' as you travel around the world. Try some vampirism for a completely different style of play!
The one thing that ruins this game is there are no hidden rare items in caves or things like that. There is no point going into the 200+ places unless it's for a quest. In Morrowind there was tons of hidden places to find cool stuff.
Exactly.The only real problem with this game is that it lacks the enormous amount of quests and secrets morrowind had.And as Urak said there is no real purpose to explore the dungeons.The best you ever find in a dungeon is a substandard weapon:mad:But one thing that really gives a bit of purpose is house owning.And i'm not talking about buying the enhancement packages for your house,but finding your own items and gems with which to decorate your house.I actually felt like going into the dungeons just for my house.And that's a very rare thing to have any true incentive to venture into the majority of dungeons.Right now my lovely house in skingrad has all the upgrades,and i've even spruced it up with my own specific items.I currently have the main display case near the stairwell containing Rugdumph's sword and two flawless sapphies,the two upstairs ones have a silver shortsword and a minotaur horn.I've also been looking to find a spare glass or daedric longsword to prop up:naughty:But try buying some houses,they really give purpose to your adventuring and to all those items that are normally worth nothing more than selling.
You know you should put a spoiler warning on these types of threads ricky cause you just ruined a part of the story for me.
guess what force martin turns into talos using the amulet of kings and then he turns into a stone statue of talos but what lvl do u unlock pretty much everything like unicorns and glass and elven weapons to buy