EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY ANNOYANCE (telophase) wrote,
EQUAL-OPPORTUNITY ANNOYANCE
telophase

You guys reading my Skyrim stuff

This is a comment I made to someone, but I'm putting it here, too, because it's what got me wanting to play Skyrim in the first place, realizing how much of a sandbox it was that allowed you to play how you wanted:

If you haven't read it, you need to read Living in Oblivion and The Elder Strolls. This dude played Oblivion and then Skyrim as if he were an NPC: avoiding adventure, trying to make a living, find a home, etc.

Living in Oblivion (reverse chronological order--you'll need to go to page 5 and work backwards)

The Elder Strolls (links to the series, which was published on PCGamer.com)

And then there's Skyrim: Week of Madness in which a guy runs Skyrim with ALL THE MODS. (5 parts, links to the others at the end of that one.)

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