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Title: The Ultimate Skyrim Character Building Guide!
Post by: Zotox on November 18, 2011, 02:42:55 PM
Yo i know i havnt been very active soo i thought i would come by and make somthing for everyone : )

(http://i41.tinypic.com/zjuohg.jpg)

Ever find yourself trying to make that perfect character for your style? Maybe want a mage but you keep running out of magic to fast? Well I am going to teach you how to make that perfect Mage, Warrior, Assassin, or even thief. I will also teach you how to make your own custom type of character. Plus I will make my own custom character build for each type of character so I can show you how I do it and how you can do it.

Before I start lets look at this chart that will be a huge asset in knowing what race will be your ultimate character!


(http://i43.tinypic.com/2q388iu.png)

NOTE: You should NOT make your race choice solely off stats. Chose what you really want to be!

my list of characters that I use:


Berserker
Spell Sword
Battle mage
destruction mage
conjurer mage
healing mage
assassin
thief
knight
sentinel
archer



Lets start with Mage.

A mage works best with a few different races depending on the type of mage you want.

a few differnt types of mage I will explain.

Destruction mage (master of the destruction spells)

Healing mage (master of restoration and illusion spells)

and Conjurer mage (master of conjugation and mysticism spells)



Destruction Mage


You will find that Elves are the best when it comes to mages!

Dark Elves to be specific are seemingly the elite Destruction Mage

Dark Elves are also good for battle mages and spell swords.

Dark Elves start out with flames and sparks so they have a variety of destruction magic form the get-go and do extra fire damage. They also have a greater power that surrounds them with fire for a short time hurting all enemies that get close.

To build a destruction mage you want to start off choosing the star stone of the wizard to give you extra magic. You will also want to buy spells from the court mage in one of the Jarals palaces. Buy A few of all kinds so you dont find yourself short. Buy at least one rune spell (magical land mines) and buy the lightning bolt spell, the ice bolt spell, and the fire bolt spell. These are all powerful destruction spell capable of killing almost any enemy, even Dragons. After that you want to use either two destruction spells in each hand or one in your left hand and a long sword of dagger in your right. Using a different destruction spell in each hand tends to do less damage and although it looks cool can cause you to come up short.




Healing Mage


When making a healing mage the two best races are High Elves and Imperials who both excel in restoration magic.

Chose either a high elf of imperial (if you want) as a starting character. When you start you will want to use a sword and a shield. Use either enchanted robes or light armor. Again with any mage your character your character building starts when you reach your first major city with a Jarals palace. Find the court mage in a jarals palace and buy Any healing spell you can. The illusion spells are unimportant because their effects are wide spread and what you chose to do with them is your choice. If you want to level up your character and restoration really fast you can purposely hurt yourself and than heal up with spells. Imperials how ever do not really excel at illusion magic only restoration.



Conjurer Mage


Conjurer Mages are mages who like to summon creature to do their dirty work. The two races that excel in this are Bretons and High Elves. If you chose High Elves please note that even though they excel in all forms of magic they are HIGHLY susceptible to destruction magic. OK so like any mage what you want to do is start off with a sword and a shield and work your way up to magical staffs. Get to a court wizard and buy any conjuration spells you want and any mysticism spells you want. Their effects all vary and its your choice. Bretons do not excel to well at mysticism spells though.



OK Next lets go over some warriors such as...

Berserkers
Knights
Spell Swords
Battle Mages
Sentinels


Berserker


A "Berserker" is a warrior who favors heavy armor and two handed weapons. The two best races for this are Orcs and Nords. Both races are strong and can carry a lot of weight. For starters with a berserker you will want to follow the Stormcloaks at the beginning which will lead you to imperial armor (average heavy armor) and an iron greatsword. The weapons you will favor will be Greatswords, Battle axes, and war hammers. Try to travel around more than fast travel and fight as much as you can to get your stats up. Focus mainly on heavy armor and two handed weapons.


Knight


A knight is a character who favors long swords and shields. The best races for this are Imperials and Redguards. Both excel in the block and one-handed weapon skills as well as both light and heavy armor. To start off with these character follow the imperials and you should start out with an iron long sword and an iron shield and later come across some leather or hide armor. These are the easiest and most basic (also one of the most fun) characters to make. I recommend making one if its your first time playing an Elder Scrolls game! So with these characters you build them with your fighting style. The best way is to keep your shield up and bash your enemy with it as soon as they attack causing your block skill to increase and your enemy to stumble. While they stumble strike with your sword then put your shield back up. This increase your one handed skill and kill your enemy


Spell Swords and Battle Mages

Again the best for spell swords and battle mages are imperials and redguards. Both excel in one-handed and destruction magic. For these types of characters your starting path should be with the imperials so you can get your hands on a long sword. Use a long sword in your right hand and flames spell in your left. (this is really fun :3) This causes you to me very lethal at short and medium range. But leave your open to attack because you can't block. Spell Swords should use light armor and Battle Mages should use heavy armor. For your helmet how every you should try to make or find an enchanted hood, helmet or cowl. The enchantment should preferably boost your magic or destruction spells.

Sentinels


Sentinels are best with imperials and redguards and favor using light and heavy armor. They focus primarily on stamina, light or heavy armor, and one-handed skills. A sentinel is a warrior who uses either two longswords, two maces, or two war axes. The best way to start with a sentinel is to go with the imperials and pick up any armor you can find and who iron long swords. These characters are hard to build because without a lot of stamina to fling your two swords around you may find your self dying a lot. But after you overcome that and get your stamina up some you should not have a big problem with that. Sentinels can't block so your armor skill goes up fairly fast
.


Finally lets go over your stealth based characters (my favorite  )

stealth based characters are
Assassins
thieves
archers



Assassin


Assassins are characters who sneak around with bows and daggers getting instakills from behind. The best two characters for this are Argonians and Khajiits. Both excel in sneak and lock picking. Start these two characters off going with the imperials. Pick up two iron daggers and whatever light armor you can find. When you find yourself having to fight head on, use two daggers as is deadly and fast. You should try to avoid head on fights as you can not block and are weak to begin with. When leveling up try to increase your stamina and health as much as possible. Stamina is a must when fighting with two weapons. When you are sneaking around use only ONE dagger if you want to do assassination kills. You will get sneak attack bonuses either way but with one dagger you do a cool finisher normally slitting your enemies throat from behind. (all ways fun  ) Also to get your sneak up easily try and find an enemy who is sitting down or sleeping and use a rubber band on your thumb stick while sneaking to continuously walk around in a corner. Leave your controller along for a little while and your sneak should increase. Finally join the Dark Brotherhood and you will get the shrouded armor which is AMAZING for assassins because it makes your footsteps silent and your bow and stealth kills more deadly. Also work your your archery for long range assassinations.

Thieves

Thieves are best with Argonians and Khajiits. Both races excel at sneak and lock pick. To start off with these characters you want to go with the imperials and pick up a sword or dagger and use light armor. (or no armor if you want  ) Thieves are not that great for killing and should not be used to do the main quest. After you have completed the main quest you may consider making a thief character for the thieves guild or for just having fun breaking into people houses and stealing their stuff and selling it. Also try pick pocketing. Pick pocketing is a good way to get keys to chest and houses that are either to hard to pick or you just don't feel like going through the trouble  also stock up on lock picks when ever you can because until you get your lock pick higher you will be going through them quickly. When pick pocketing with a low level save before you try it so if you get caught you can just reload and try again.

Archers

Archers are best with Wood Elves (they gotta be good for something right?) Archers are stealth based characters who stay a long to medium range away from the enemy and pick them off with a bow. When you start go with the imperials and pick up a dagger or long sword and any light armor you can find. The easiest way get your archery skill up is to go hunting. Roaming the land and finding anything and everything to shoot at is the best way to increase your archery skill. Also being a wood elf you some what excel at lock picking, pick pocketing, sneaking, and light armor. When ever you find arrows of any kind its best to pick them up. Always keep a dagger or long sword handy because the enemy will get in close some times and than a bow is useless.

Got any character builds you want to share? post them! need any extra help building a character? post your questions and i will help you out!

and before you ask no non of this was copy and pasted in ANY way.


Hope this helped!
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Post by: Zotox on November 18, 2011, 04:04:33 PM
No post ): I worked really hard on this D:
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Post by: kill_seth on November 18, 2011, 04:11:09 PM
Thanks! Now I have something to look at when starting the game.
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Post by: Sami1oo1 on February 11, 2012, 12:03:13 AM
Thanks for these!  ;)
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Post by: courts017 on February 11, 2012, 04:15:46 PM
Very thorough. This will help out a lot on my second play through. Thanks for this!
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Post by: bartonboi248 on March 04, 2012, 04:17:18 AM
well i like the idea of the battlemage but i think it should really be dual spells/ spell and shield in heavy armour.
also i have a build with amazing power, but you cant start building till you have conjuration lvl 50 (big downside!)
(unless you go to fort amol and find the spell tome you need)

The magic archer (marcher for short)
like i said you cant start building until you have bound bow. it doesnt matter who you go with at the start but when you get the bound bow spell you need mystic binding perk. (this gives the bow daedric weapons power). then you can summon the bound bow and fire away with magical daedric powered arrows. you have 100 arrows per summon and you should be able to 1 shot most enemies! although a hard build at the start with the right perks in archery and conjuration it can be amazing. i recomend using light armour and being either wood elf or breton!
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Post by: bartonboi248 on March 04, 2012, 04:23:22 AM
The Pugilist
focus on smithing and heavy armour. I recommend being a khajiit as they have extra unarmed damage. i have daedric gauntlets on my pugilist as i have done smithing skill high. at heavy armour lvl 30 you get fists of steel witch makes you have extra unarmed damage based on your gauntlets armour value. the pugilist isnt really an easy way to play but when you get good equipment you can take down giants/ mammoths easily.
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Post by: skyshooter44 on November 04, 2013, 07:40:35 AM
WOW!!! theres alot here i didnt know thanks! this makes me double think over the next character i want to build on my next play through
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Post by: Fiii on November 17, 2013, 04:06:40 AM
Some new info to add to my Skyrim knowledge!

Allways saw nords as knights rather then berserkers   ::)

Was planning on giving Skyrim another go (for like the seventh time or so) guess I'll come here when I start a new playthrough , thank you Zotox :D
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Post by: rhysevs321 on November 19, 2013, 10:44:15 AM
thanks always wanted to be a C mage but never really knew how to build one
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Post by: epicolari on November 21, 2013, 01:49:54 PM
Thanks for this. I'll try this when I play Skyrim.
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Post by: TXF on February 04, 2014, 04:58:24 PM
Could be useful, awesome. Thanks.

I'm usually an archer or something.
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Post by: wildchild0369 on February 05, 2014, 06:35:09 AM
Thanks :)
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Post by: Armagedderp on February 07, 2014, 10:56:15 PM
Nice guide, though its better suited to early game. By mid game most of my stats get maxed regardless of what character build I try to make. And with the ability to make skills legendary, repeatedly, It's only time till you're proficient at literally everything.
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Post by: jbyrd117 on March 11, 2014, 06:06:18 AM
I think I'll still just choose characters based on how cool they look lol
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Post by: SpiralLite on June 07, 2014, 08:33:20 PM
This is a really nice guide i might use it on my newer characters
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Post by: Xxdabreadmanxx on June 07, 2014, 10:52:38 PM
Nice build! hanks for uploading!!!
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Post by: Farwebsite on June 08, 2014, 09:39:59 AM
THAKS
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Post by: BiggyB on June 10, 2014, 10:19:13 AM
loving it
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Post by: leaderobert on June 10, 2014, 11:30:03 AM
nice
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Post by: Firebird on June 24, 2014, 07:48:40 PM
My character turned out awesome thanks to this. Thanks!
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Post by: Waashaa on June 29, 2014, 08:02:27 AM
are cool the game, thks for the guide:3
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Post by: frikiperez on July 05, 2014, 02:51:48 PM
Skyrim is going low, I think that the best the Elder people can do is realese a 6th version because is just getting so boring
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Post by: stimpacks on July 15, 2014, 09:43:49 AM
Very Cool I used this on PC skyrim and works induvidubly
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Post by: shak25 on July 15, 2014, 10:12:43 AM
awesome
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Post by: SkeletronPrime on July 25, 2014, 08:01:29 AM
For my mage character i use a Dark Elf, got all magic skills to 100, with illusion, alteration and conjuration made legendary at least 3 times each, tbh i'm indestructible, even when playing on Legendary, then there's my modded characters, you can guess what they are like
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Post by: Josephmsz on July 27, 2014, 09:42:22 PM
Thanks! as a new skyrim player this should help!
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Post by: MassEffectPargon on August 17, 2014, 10:11:41 AM
Thanks this helped alot
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Post by: rochakoths13 on August 18, 2014, 01:42:03 PM
thanks for the info.
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Post by: lSoNl on August 18, 2014, 07:56:32 PM
I think I'll still just choose characters based on how cool they look lol
I did the same xd
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Post by: hammond284 on August 31, 2014, 02:03:08 PM
u have to be stratigic
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Post by: Gaige2x13 on August 31, 2014, 02:46:57 PM
Not bad :3 I usually roleplay my way through skyrim!
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Post by: kevin7004 on September 01, 2014, 02:08:45 PM
cool guide :D
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Post by: samueltgl on September 03, 2014, 04:08:38 PM
Thanks!! :DDD
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Post by: deusgrego641 on September 04, 2014, 06:42:27 AM
great guide, thanks
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Post by: KlaTxGhost on September 07, 2014, 12:01:03 PM
Thats awesome
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Post by: Midnight Gamer9 on September 07, 2014, 12:26:51 PM
this is useful, thanks
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Post by: ramanjit22 on October 12, 2014, 01:21:00 PM
Yo i know i havnt been very active soo i thought i would come by and make somthing for everyone : )

(http://i41.tinypic.com/zjuohg.jpg)

Ever find yourself trying to make that perfect character for your style? Maybe want a mage but you keep running out of magic to fast? Well I am going to teach you how to make that perfect Mage, Warrior, Assassin, or even thief. I will also teach you how to make your own custom type of character. Plus I will make my own custom character build for each type of character so I can show you how I do it and how you can do it.

Before I start lets look at this chart that will be a huge asset in knowing what race will be your ultimate character!


(http://i43.tinypic.com/2q388iu.png)

NOTE: You should NOT make your race choice solely off stats. Chose what you really want to be!

my list of characters that I use:


Berserker
Spell Sword
Battle mage
destruction mage
conjurer mage
healing mage
assassin
thief
knight
sentinel
archer



Lets start with Mage.

A mage works best with a few different races depending on the type of mage you want.

a few differnt types of mage I will explain.

Destruction mage (master of the destruction spells)

Healing mage (master of restoration and illusion spells)

and Conjurer mage (master of conjugation and mysticism spells)



Destruction Mage


You will find that Elves are the best when it comes to mages!

Dark Elves to be specific are seemingly the elite Destruction Mage

Dark Elves are also good for battle mages and spell swords.

Dark Elves start out with flames and sparks so they have a variety of destruction magic form the get-go and do extra fire damage. They also have a greater power that surrounds them with fire for a short time hurting all enemies that get close.

To build a destruction mage you want to start off choosing the star stone of the wizard to give you extra magic. You will also want to buy spells from the court mage in one of the Jarals palaces. Buy A few of all kinds so you dont find yourself short. Buy at least one rune spell (magical land mines) and buy the lightning bolt spell, the ice bolt spell, and the fire bolt spell. These are all powerful destruction spell capable of killing almost any enemy, even Dragons. After that you want to use either two destruction spells in each hand or one in your left hand and a long sword of dagger in your right. Using a different destruction spell in each hand tends to do less damage and although it looks cool can cause you to come up short.




Healing Mage


When making a healing mage the two best races are High Elves and Imperials who both excel in restoration magic.

Chose either a high elf of imperial (if you want) as a starting character. When you start you will want to use a sword and a shield. Use either enchanted robes or light armor. Again with any mage your character your character building starts when you reach your first major city with a Jarals palace. Find the court mage in a jarals palace and buy Any healing spell you can. The illusion spells are unimportant because their effects are wide spread and what you chose to do with them is your choice. If you want to level up your character and restoration really fast you can purposely hurt yourself and than heal up with spells. Imperials how ever do not really excel at illusion magic only restoration.



Conjurer Mage


Conjurer Mages are mages who like to summon creature to do their dirty work. The two races that excel in this are Bretons and High Elves. If you chose High Elves please note that even though they excel in all forms of magic they are HIGHLY susceptible to destruction magic. OK so like any mage what you want to do is start off with a sword and a shield and work your way up to magical staffs. Get to a court wizard and buy any conjuration spells you want and any mysticism spells you want. Their effects all vary and its your choice. Bretons do not excel to well at mysticism spells though.



OK Next lets go over some warriors such as...

Berserkers
Knights
Spell Swords
Battle Mages
Sentinels


Berserker


A "Berserker" is a warrior who favors heavy armor and two handed weapons. The two best races for this are Orcs and Nords. Both races are strong and can carry a lot of weight. For starters with a berserker you will want to follow the Stormcloaks at the beginning which will lead you to imperial armor (average heavy armor) and an iron greatsword. The weapons you will favor will be Greatswords, Battle axes, and war hammers. Try to travel around more than fast travel and fight as much as you can to get your stats up. Focus mainly on heavy armor and two handed weapons.


Knight


A knight is a character who favors long swords and shields. The best races for this are Imperials and Redguards. Both excel in the block and one-handed weapon skills as well as both light and heavy armor. To start off with these character follow the imperials and you should start out with an iron long sword and an iron shield and later come across some leather or hide armor. These are the easiest and most basic (also one of the most fun) characters to make. I recommend making one if its your first time playing an Elder Scrolls game! So with these characters you build them with your fighting style. The best way is to keep your shield up and bash your enemy with it as soon as they attack causing your block skill to increase and your enemy to stumble. While they stumble strike with your sword then put your shield back up. This increase your one handed skill and kill your enemy


Spell Swords and Battle Mages

Again the best for spell swords and battle mages are imperials and redguards. Both excel in one-handed and destruction magic. For these types of characters your starting path should be with the imperials so you can get your hands on a long sword. Use a long sword in your right hand and flames spell in your left. (this is really fun :3) This causes you to me very lethal at short and medium range. But leave your open to attack because you can't block. Spell Swords should use light armor and Battle Mages should use heavy armor. For your helmet how every you should try to make or find an enchanted hood, helmet or cowl. The enchantment should preferably boost your magic or destruction spells.

Sentinels


Sentinels are best with imperials and redguards and favor using light and heavy armor. They focus primarily on stamina, light or heavy armor, and one-handed skills. A sentinel is a warrior who uses either two longswords, two maces, or two war axes. The best way to start with a sentinel is to go with the imperials and pick up any armor you can find and who iron long swords. These characters are hard to build because without a lot of stamina to fling your two swords around you may find your self dying a lot. But after you overcome that and get your stamina up some you should not have a big problem with that. Sentinels can't block so your armor skill goes up fairly fast
.


Finally lets go over your stealth based characters (my favorite  )

stealth based characters are
Assassins
thieves
archers



Assassin


Assassins are characters who sneak around with bows and daggers getting instakills from behind. The best two characters for this are Argonians and Khajiits. Both excel in sneak and lock picking. Start these two characters off going with the imperials. Pick up two iron daggers and whatever light armor you can find. When you find yourself having to fight head on, use two daggers as is deadly and fast. You should try to avoid head on fights as you can not block and are weak to begin with. When leveling up try to increase your stamina and health as much as possible. Stamina is a must when fighting with two weapons. When you are sneaking around use only ONE dagger if you want to do assassination kills. You will get sneak attack bonuses either way but with one dagger you do a cool finisher normally slitting your enemies throat from behind. (all ways fun  ) Also to get your sneak up easily try and find an enemy who is sitting down or sleeping and use a rubber band on your thumb stick while sneaking to continuously walk around in a corner. Leave your controller along for a little while and your sneak should increase. Finally join the Dark Brotherhood and you will get the shrouded armor which is AMAZING for assassins because it makes your footsteps silent and your bow and stealth kills more deadly. Also work your your archery for long range assassinations.

Thieves

Thieves are best with Argonians and Khajiits. Both races excel at sneak and lock pick. To start off with these characters you want to go with the imperials and pick up a sword or dagger and use light armor. (or no armor if you want  ) Thieves are not that great for killing and should not be used to do the main quest. After you have completed the main quest you may consider making a thief character for the thieves guild or for just having fun breaking into people houses and stealing their stuff and selling it. Also try pick pocketing. Pick pocketing is a good way to get keys to chest and houses that are either to hard to pick or you just don't feel like going through the trouble  also stock up on lock picks when ever you can because until you get your lock pick higher you will be going through them quickly. When pick pocketing with a low level save before you try it so if you get caught you can just reload and try again.

Archers

Archers are best with Wood Elves (they gotta be good for something right?) Archers are stealth based characters who stay a long to medium range away from the enemy and pick them off with a bow. When you start go with the imperials and pick up a dagger or long sword and any light armor you can find. The easiest way get your archery skill up is to go hunting. Roaming the land and finding anything and everything to shoot at is the best way to increase your archery skill. Also being a wood elf you some what excel at lock picking, pick pocketing, sneaking, and light armor. When ever you find arrows of any kind its best to pick them up. Always keep a dagger or long sword handy because the enemy will get in close some times and than a bow is useless.

Got any character builds you want to share? post them! need any extra help building a character? post your questions and i will help you out!

and before you ask no non of this was copy and pasted in ANY way.


Hope this helped!




awesome bro...ive been looking for this for a while now  #swag
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Post by: kylemaynard123 on October 13, 2014, 10:37:12 AM
thanks
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Post by: tybete on October 22, 2014, 09:10:04 AM
Thank you
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Post by: K_tenshi on November 05, 2014, 07:59:49 PM
brutal!
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Post by: despised1212 on November 06, 2014, 10:26:22 AM
This is awesome! I shall use it next time I make a new character, thank you!
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Post by: thebomb4444 on November 20, 2014, 10:14:21 PM
i love this game!!!!!
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Post by: niggabish on November 27, 2014, 12:40:52 PM
Ye
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Post by: Xylow on November 28, 2014, 10:32:23 AM
Thanks :D
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Post by: aidrain on November 29, 2014, 07:13:38 PM
looks awesome,great work
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Post by: hommy_guy on December 04, 2014, 02:18:41 PM
That Top tier Archer <3
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Post by: Twyztad on December 09, 2014, 04:03:47 AM
I've been having trouble getting interested in Skyrim for several reasons.

This might help me bypass one of those reasons.
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Post by: moddedgaming on December 11, 2014, 10:29:44 PM
This seems really awesome!!! 8)
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Post by: alexisme on December 19, 2014, 05:58:32 PM
thanks alot dude !
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Post by: KRKL194 on December 20, 2014, 09:26:53 AM
Real useful ty
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Post by: jberg 1982 on January 12, 2015, 10:07:46 PM
sweet
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Post by: edgarmg15 on January 19, 2015, 03:54:01 PM
Good guide bro.
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Post by: alucard14333 on January 20, 2015, 06:59:30 PM
this is cool i like a combo of a greatsword figher with conjror heavy on the 2 handed play

Post Merge: January 20, 2015, 07:00:09 PM
this is a vary cool thread vary informitive
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Post by: JokerWRD on January 21, 2015, 10:31:05 AM
Thanks very usefu :D
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Post by: dweezil99 on January 24, 2015, 10:18:45 AM
Thanks
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Post by: jakoph on February 06, 2015, 09:18:34 AM
OP
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Post by: Thoradrim on February 18, 2015, 05:45:16 AM
Thank you, this is awesome.
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Post by: rednaxel on March 06, 2015, 10:45:18 AM
This is eye opening thakyou  :D
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Post by: dejabuboy on March 10, 2015, 04:30:10 AM
i always looking a good berserker two handed wepons build, but I've found are very vague in many aspects of skills and armor, so if any one know a good one, plis share the link 
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Post by: kikster10 on March 15, 2015, 02:29:42 PM
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Post by: aricaric18 on March 24, 2015, 03:19:16 PM
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Post by: DarthVader299 on March 24, 2015, 03:46:40 PM
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Post by: Boxyslam on April 10, 2015, 11:03:52 AM
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Post by: Jaman18 on April 13, 2015, 09:46:34 AM
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Post by: Jamie590 on July 26, 2015, 07:48:46 PM
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Post by: redysalted on August 11, 2015, 10:30:09 AM
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Post by: will499 on August 12, 2015, 01:03:25 PM
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Post by: jovanka on August 14, 2015, 10:15:58 PM
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Post by: Josepheb2 on August 21, 2015, 09:43:12 PM
Cool guide
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Post by: BlazeArceus on September 04, 2015, 12:58:37 AM
Really cool guide, I'll have to try these out when I boot up Skyrim later.
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Post by: Cj0166 on September 04, 2015, 10:31:14 AM
Was thinking about going back and redoing skyrim. Definitely gonna use this to make an amazing battlemage!
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Post by: xttx on September 05, 2015, 01:00:48 PM
Thanks for this! Going to be playing this game again soon! :)
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Post by: gangbanger on September 28, 2015, 05:15:51 PM
The best build in my opinion is the agent. A stealth assassin who uses archery, one handed daggers, and illusion magic. Unstoppable once illusion gets high enough for invisibility. I recommend getting the skeleton key asap so you can dump the rest of your skill points into alchemy for poisons/potions and pickpocketing. Once you can pickpocket clothes off people you know you're a badass lol
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Post by: SableKnight on September 30, 2015, 12:57:13 PM
So sweet
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Post by: pcfraek on October 18, 2015, 07:26:46 AM
thank you... now i can have the best characters that is for me
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Post by: renosangel on October 18, 2015, 08:21:03 AM
I think ive tried the majority of these builds over the last couple years, except the pugilist, not too sure how i feel about trying to take a dragon down with just my fists.. lol
I can't seem to get the hang of duel wielding though, it just doesnt come out right.. i dont know what im doing wrong.
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Post by: yupickonme4 on October 24, 2015, 11:07:33 PM
very helpful thanks
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nice guide.
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Post by: tommylifeone299 on November 01, 2015, 07:34:28 PM
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Post by: mymaintop on December 01, 2015, 01:17:45 PM
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Post by: Done360 on December 06, 2015, 04:43:50 PM
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Post by: RealistSurrealist on February 14, 2016, 07:13:13 AM
very in depth, nice :)
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Post by: DrunkenGoldfish on March 09, 2016, 12:38:06 AM
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Post by: dopedoge on March 17, 2016, 07:43:09 AM
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Post by: saxofeeney on March 17, 2016, 08:14:15 AM
thanks this will help me dominate when i dont make a mage with an orc
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Post by: Germy4Me on March 21, 2016, 01:41:46 PM
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Post by: clerk789 on April 16, 2016, 04:32:41 AM
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Post by: leoev on April 17, 2016, 12:19:31 AM
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Post by: PanzadeMade2 on May 22, 2016, 09:04:53 PM
Yo i know i havnt been very active soo i thought i would come by and make somthing for everyone : )

(http://i41.tinypic.com/zjuohg.jpg)

Ever find yourself trying to make that perfect character for your style? Maybe want a mage but you keep running out of magic to fast? Well I am going to teach you how to make that perfect Mage, Warrior, Assassin, or even thief. I will also teach you how to make your own custom type of character. Plus I will make my own custom character build for each type of character so I can show you how I do it and how you can do it.

Before I start lets look at this chart that will be a huge asset in knowing what race will be your ultimate character!


(http://i43.tinypic.com/2q388iu.png)

NOTE: You should NOT make your race choice solely off stats. Chose what you really want to be!

my list of characters that I use:


Berserker
Spell Sword
Battle mage
destruction mage
conjurer mage
healing mage
assassin
thief
knight
sentinel
archer



Lets start with Mage.

A mage works best with a few different races depending on the type of mage you want.

a few differnt types of mage I will explain.

Destruction mage (master of the destruction spells)

Healing mage (master of restoration and illusion spells)

and Conjurer mage (master of conjugation and mysticism spells)



Destruction Mage


You will find that Elves are the best when it comes to mages!

Dark Elves to be specific are seemingly the elite Destruction Mage

Dark Elves are also good for battle mages and spell swords.

Dark Elves start out with flames and sparks so they have a variety of destruction magic form the get-go and do extra fire damage. They also have a greater power that surrounds them with fire for a short time hurting all enemies that get close.

To build a destruction mage you want to start off choosing the star stone of the wizard to give you extra magic. You will also want to buy spells from the court mage in one of the Jarals palaces. Buy A few of all kinds so you dont find yourself short. Buy at least one rune spell (magical land mines) and buy the lightning bolt spell, the ice bolt spell, and the fire bolt spell. These are all powerful destruction spell capable of killing almost any enemy, even Dragons. After that you want to use either two destruction spells in each hand or one in your left hand and a long sword of dagger in your right. Using a different destruction spell in each hand tends to do less damage and although it looks cool can cause you to come up short.




Healing Mage


When making a healing mage the two best races are High Elves and Imperials who both excel in restoration magic.

Chose either a high elf of imperial (if you want) as a starting character. When you start you will want to use a sword and a shield. Use either enchanted robes or light armor. Again with any mage your character your character building starts when you reach your first major city with a Jarals palace. Find the court mage in a jarals palace and buy Any healing spell you can. The illusion spells are unimportant because their effects are wide spread and what you chose to do with them is your choice. If you want to level up your character and restoration really fast you can purposely hurt yourself and than heal up with spells. Imperials how ever do not really excel at illusion magic only restoration.



Conjurer Mage


Conjurer Mages are mages who like to summon creature to do their dirty work. The two races that excel in this are Bretons and High Elves. If you chose High Elves please note that even though they excel in all forms of magic they are HIGHLY susceptible to destruction magic. OK so like any mage what you want to do is start off with a sword and a shield and work your way up to magical staffs. Get to a court wizard and buy any conjuration spells you want and any mysticism spells you want. Their effects all vary and its your choice. Bretons do not excel to well at mysticism spells though.



OK Next lets go over some warriors such as...

Berserkers
Knights
Spell Swords
Battle Mages
Sentinels


Berserker


A "Berserker" is a warrior who favors heavy armor and two handed weapons. The two best races for this are Orcs and Nords. Both races are strong and can carry a lot of weight. For starters with a berserker you will want to follow the Stormcloaks at the beginning which will lead you to imperial armor (average heavy armor) and an iron greatsword. The weapons you will favor will be Greatswords, Battle axes, and war hammers. Try to travel around more than fast travel and fight as much as you can to get your stats up. Focus mainly on heavy armor and two handed weapons.


Knight


A knight is a character who favors long swords and shields. The best races for this are Imperials and Redguards. Both excel in the block and one-handed weapon skills as well as both light and heavy armor. To start off with these character follow the imperials and you should start out with an iron long sword and an iron shield and later come across some leather or hide armor. These are the easiest and most basic (also one of the most fun) characters to make. I recommend making one if its your first time playing an Elder Scrolls game! So with these characters you build them with your fighting style. The best way is to keep your shield up and bash your enemy with it as soon as they attack causing your block skill to increase and your enemy to stumble. While they stumble strike with your sword then put your shield back up. This increase your one handed skill and kill your enemy


Spell Swords and Battle Mages

Again the best for spell swords and battle mages are imperials and redguards. Both excel in one-handed and destruction magic. For these types of characters your starting path should be with the imperials so you can get your hands on a long sword. Use a long sword in your right hand and flames spell in your left. (this is really fun :3) This causes you to me very lethal at short and medium range. But leave your open to attack because you can't block. Spell Swords should use light armor and Battle Mages should use heavy armor. For your helmet how every you should try to make or find an enchanted hood, helmet or cowl. The enchantment should preferably boost your magic or destruction spells.

Sentinels


Sentinels are best with imperials and redguards and favor using light and heavy armor. They focus primarily on stamina, light or heavy armor, and one-handed skills. A sentinel is a warrior who uses either two longswords, two maces, or two war axes. The best way to start with a sentinel is to go with the imperials and pick up any armor you can find and who iron long swords. These characters are hard to build because without a lot of stamina to fling your two swords around you may find your self dying a lot. But after you overcome that and get your stamina up some you should not have a big problem with that. Sentinels can't block so your armor skill goes up fairly fast
.


Finally lets go over your stealth based characters (my favorite  )

stealth based characters are
Assassins
thieves
archers



Assassin


Assassins are characters who sneak around with bows and daggers getting instakills from behind. The best two characters for this are Argonians and Khajiits. Both excel in sneak and lock picking. Start these two characters off going with the imperials. Pick up two iron daggers and whatever light armor you can find. When you find yourself having to fight head on, use two daggers as is deadly and fast. You should try to avoid head on fights as you can not block and are weak to begin with. When leveling up try to increase your stamina and health as much as possible. Stamina is a must when fighting with two weapons. When you are sneaking around use only ONE dagger if you want to do assassination kills. You will get sneak attack bonuses either way but with one dagger you do a cool finisher normally slitting your enemies throat from behind. (all ways fun  ) Also to get your sneak up easily try and find an enemy who is sitting down or sleeping and use a rubber band on your thumb stick while sneaking to continuously walk around in a corner. Leave your controller along for a little while and your sneak should increase. Finally join the Dark Brotherhood and you will get the shrouded armor which is AMAZING for assassins because it makes your footsteps silent and your bow and stealth kills more deadly. Also work your your archery for long range assassinations.

Thieves

Thieves are best with Argonians and Khajiits. Both races excel at sneak and lock pick. To start off with these characters you want to go with the imperials and pick up a sword or dagger and use light armor. (or no armor if you want  ) Thieves are not that great for killing and should not be used to do the main quest. After you have completed the main quest you may consider making a thief character for the thieves guild or for just having fun breaking into people houses and stealing their stuff and selling it. Also try pick pocketing. Pick pocketing is a good way to get keys to chest and houses that are either to hard to pick or you just don't feel like going through the trouble  also stock up on lock picks when ever you can because until you get your lock pick higher you will be going through them quickly. When pick pocketing with a low level save before you try it so if you get caught you can just reload and try again.

Archers

Archers are best with Wood Elves (they gotta be good for something right?) Archers are stealth based characters who stay a long to medium range away from the enemy and pick them off with a bow. When you start go with the imperials and pick up a dagger or long sword and any light armor you can find. The easiest way get your archery skill up is to go hunting. Roaming the land and finding anything and everything to shoot at is the best way to increase your archery skill. Also being a wood elf you some what excel at lock picking, pick pocketing, sneaking, and light armor. When ever you find arrows of any kind its best to pick them up. Always keep a dagger or long sword handy because the enemy will get in close some times and than a bow is useless.

Got any character builds you want to share? post them! need any extra help building a character? post your questions and i will help you out!

and before you ask no non of this was copy and pasted in ANY way.


Hope this helped!
Thanks but I dont have Skyrim :c
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Post by: goodiebag on May 27, 2016, 01:37:19 PM
Thanks man. That is some impressive and useful work.
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Post by: Gary87 on May 29, 2016, 01:27:28 PM
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Post by: TCPC1 on June 06, 2016, 01:55:49 PM
This will help when I start again tomorrow, thank you
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Post by: acerte on June 06, 2016, 02:03:04 PM
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Post by: icke on August 10, 2016, 03:54:44 AM
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Post by: luansh12 on September 17, 2016, 11:00:44 AM
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Post by: nocturaa on October 30, 2016, 02:40:41 PM
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Post by: Kreyes90 on November 17, 2016, 09:49:48 AM
nicely put together, and will be useful for my second playthrough. Thanks
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Post by: Black_faction on June 11, 2017, 03:59:11 AM
Its interesting to see how people come at games with such a formulated approach.
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Post by: jhoony14 on June 20, 2017, 04:27:22 PM
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Post by: Mr lax on June 28, 2017, 09:41:24 PM
time to play this again
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Post by: connor.mccoy00` on July 29, 2017, 11:57:19 AM
I pretty much always play a rouge khajiit i guess i like to play as a mix of assassin and thief, i usually just sneak attack either ralof or hadvar before the bear in helgen and that levels your sneak super fast (around 30 min to an hour) then go on either a illusion or smithing grind illusion is easy because all you have to do is cast muffle over and over and that should take about 30 min. once i have those im pretty much invincible all i have to do is pop invis and sneak up with a dagger and they are dead. if that fails i have calm to save my ass. alternatively i level archery using the only wood elf in riverwood (his name escapes me) and tell camilla that sven wrote the letter and he'll follow you, pay for archery training then ask him to trade and you get your money back. thats up to level 50 archery so its a start i kinda just play from there with a bound bow. but yeah once you have the main set up its full proof.
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Post by: GermanCosmonaut on August 01, 2017, 11:13:11 AM
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Post by: Aznhwk11 on December 07, 2017, 03:02:20 AM
I should start playing skyrim again