I recently downloaded Skyrim, and I was wondering what mods you use that are low impact. I'm running a boot camp on my Mac so I can play it, and the result tends to be a little slow. (Ps, keep up you amazing blog!)
Now, People of Skyrim …I’m trying out right now, and it started out great but has ended up a disappointment. It is the only thing on that list that I don’t advise you to try out.
Ralof although quite skilled as a warrior, was not so good at keeping quiet. And unlike you, Ralof would drink and get drunk on the way. So now here you were grumbling in the cold as you made a campfire. Camping a mile away from the targets because Ralof had gotten sick from the mead and would give you position away.
“*hic* lass I have been *hic* thinking… What if i….was the dragonborn?” he said in his drunken stupor. You rolled your eyes and placed a warm rag on his head
You had never been with a more boring travel companion in your life. The imperial nord took everything seriously and made sure to keep everything limited so that the two of you would arrive on time. He also didnt talk much. Instead leaving you to try to find fun while Hadvar was in turmoil over a map that he had found. “Fine (y/n) we can rest…but potty breaks and eating will be at the same time.”
First of all, neither of you wanted to deal with the other. In fact that was the whole reason you two were sent on this mission. To learn to get along. Vilkas and you didn’t talk often and did your own thing. Leading you two to wind up seperated for a few hours. Only when you two had to fight off twenty draugrs back to back was when you two learned maybe teamwork wasnt’t bad.
Farkas was often got the easy or ‘simple’ missions. Which was something you weren’t used too. So when you and farkas were sent on a relatively easy mission you spent 99% of the time hunting and goofing off together. Which was a nice change for you.
Being an Imperial, Marcurio was used to warmer climates and nicer things in life. But you weren’t, and when you had to head north to track a group of bandits Marcurio made sure to make in complaints loud and clear.
“(yyyyy/nnnnnn) when are we going to stop to eat its been days!”
“Marcurio its been one day and if you keep this up the bandits will hear us from a mile away!”
“But theres a stream of fish right THERE!”
*grumbling imperial voice ensues.*
Believe it or not Brynjolf knew much about the history of Skyrim. So when you were sent to go into ruins in search of a priceless artifact Brynjolf felt the need to tell the whole backstory on the way there. It was quite fun to listening him talk with his smooth voice. And it was not often Brynjolf got away from Guild buissiness to share his other interests. So it was a win win.
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