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    Quote Originally Posted by Sathra View Post
    Personally? . In fact, my first thought upon seeing a Giant was "he's a bit small". The second was obviously, "I'm gonna shoot him in the face".
    haha, the first time I shot one in the face... it didn't work out so well for me, I think I was still level 1. Now sneak attack *30 does wonders on about everything though I haven't managed to sneak up on a dragon yet. May have to break down and use invisibility to give it a try.

    I didn't finish oblivion, though I usualy finish these types of game.

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    Yeah...I still don't engage in HTH with Giants after my first attempt. Being one-shot with a kick is a pretty good deterrent.
    Common wisdom proposes that at minimum 60% of the field of engagement should be rubble and/or on fire. As such the munitions budget has been increased 50%. Operations debriefs have shown that 15% is insufficient for current combat requirements.
    Ein jeder Engel ist schrecklich.

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    Luring a dragon into fighting a giant and then picking them both off once they weaken is fun, though.
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    Luring a dragon into a fight with 2 giants and their mammoths and everything within 5 minutes running distance is BORING.

    They really made them far too aggressive.
    Common wisdom proposes that at minimum 60% of the field of engagement should be rubble and/or on fire. As such the munitions budget has been increased 50%. Operations debriefs have shown that 15% is insufficient for current combat requirements.
    Ein jeder Engel ist schrecklich.

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    Just about to hit level 22 without all the smithing and stuff. I'm a high elf and started out with heavy armor and a two handed battle axe. I was really building my perk tree with this in mind. I didn't even get any good spells until about lvl 18. Now I only wear a robe and mostly cast fire spells. Too bad my perks for heavy armor is so high! I'm thinking about disenchanting my 75% magick regen robes and enchanting some heavy armor.

    Also, I know that all those freaking dragon scales are good for something....Dragon armor maybe???
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    Yeah, its the top smithing perk. Bones for heavy, scales for light. Mostly.

    Enchanting is crap unless you dump alot of perk points into it though, especially the % enchants. And have Grand Souls (animal or person). Still, a soul-trapping pickaxe, pile of petty gems and an estuary of Mudcrabs is good for skilling.
    Common wisdom proposes that at minimum 60% of the field of engagement should be rubble and/or on fire. As such the munitions budget has been increased 50%. Operations debriefs have shown that 15% is insufficient for current combat requirements.
    Ein jeder Engel ist schrecklich.

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    Once you get enchanting leveled up, though, you can make heavy armour that gives you 0 mana to cast on two schools of magic (4 items of Armour, 25% reduction per item, double enchantment per item).

    Unlimited destruction spells of any level, anyone?
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    So you can being a heavily armoured living flamethrower, indefinitely?

    Must try this! Got an Argonian Knight I've been trying to decide on the magic for.
    Common wisdom proposes that at minimum 60% of the field of engagement should be rubble and/or on fire. As such the munitions budget has been increased 50%. Operations debriefs have shown that 15% is insufficient for current combat requirements.
    Ein jeder Engel ist schrecklich.

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    Unlimited rain of fire, fireballs, blizzards, you name it
    Make the other school unlimited Restoration, and you become a truly noteworthy tank.
    He who has a why to live, can bear almost any how. -Niestzche

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