I truly enjoyed this game. I hold Skyrim in the highest regards for a video game. From its story line to the structure of how it plays. The story begins with your character known only as the Dragonborn. You are bound shackled and have no clue of your origin. I don’t want to give any spoilers. Just know it rocks and that’s just the main mission story line. What is so amazing about this game there is multiple story lines that take hours to complete. The Non-player character stories are what sucks you into the quest line. These are character that make you feel guilty for pickpocketing them for a thieves’ guild. Some mission make you question your morals. You think this wouldn’t happen in a video game but it does and that is what makes this game so epic.
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You first choose your race and features but in order to chooses a class you have to find a mission that must be completed as a rite of passage. Each class doesn’t end there you can progress until you are the leader of the class you pick. You can be the listener of the dark brotherhood. Which is an organization of bloodthirsty assassins or become arch mage of the collage of Winterhold. Which a collage of magic users. You could easily become both a werewolf and leader band of warriors at the same time. Each class has its own story arch with benefits for joining. You can even become leaders of multiple groups at once.
The skill tree, I can’t get enough of skill trees games and you can’t get better skill tree mechanics form anywhere. Bethesda the game developing company is the best around when it comes to skill trees. A skill tree is what sets your character apart for other in the game. Just like in real life it’s your ability to learn new skills that is your greatest asset. You can learn blacksmithing in the game which gives you extra money and allow you to create and enhance your weapons and armor. You can learn archery and you can even boost your speech level for many surmising benefits. With each level you gain you may pick a perk. A perk is skill enhancer to make it even stronger
Another aspect of the game is the DLC or downloadable content. These add new story lines to the game, which range from becoming vampire hunter or becoming a vampire lord in order to stage a rebellion against the current vampire lord. Another DLC allows you have pets and build a family. Bur the last DLC allows you to fight against the First Dragonborn. All in all, I would rate the game a 4.9 out of 5. The only reason it is not a 5 out of 5 is the loading screens. Which occasionally are too long. Beside that you can’t go wrong with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I recommend it to you, your grandma and your cat whiskers. So should you by Skyrim? The obvious answer is yes