So I’m going to keep up a constant stream of questions for now. Okay so maybe not constant but I’ll be asking questions like these every now and then… Who’s the character you hate or dislike the most and why?
Okay so I’m curious about ya’ll. If you could summon one of the characters from the TES world into the real world and meet them, who would it be and why?
I love it when I have sweep jobs and bedlam jobs in the same place at the same time. It saves me loads of time in trying to find stuff to steal for the bedlam since the sweep jobs are worth more than 500 gold. Of course, I lose the extra profit I’d get from selling what I stole but still.
My hoarding habits aren’t actually from paranoia for once. It’s more of that I just adore trinkets and prizes. Take Mercer’s Dwarven Blade for example. I’m not using it, I know that I’m never going to use it, I just like to keep it because it’s a symbol of Mercer’s defeat.
Okay so uh here are some tips for when you’re in the Thieves Guild. If you’re ever in need of some arrows, there are usually a couple of silver ones in the training area in the cistern, the one next to the vault. Also, if you’re doing a fishing job and it’s for a follower/mercenary, just hire them if you have the coin then take it from their inventory. It’s much easier than trying to sneak through an inn full of people, especially if you have low pickpocketing skills. Lastly, if you’re up for some easy cash and you’ve already beaten Mercer, you can sell the Left Falmer Eye to Delvin then take it back again and sell it to anyone else who’s willing to buy. It’s found in the shelves behind the Guildmaster’s desk.
Okay so sneaking through a room full of shit is super cool and all that but it’s also really tense and scary because you’re just sneaking, you’re not actually killing anything. So all throughout your sneaking you’re really worried because one wrong step could get you detected and every little thing in that room will rain hell on you and you’ll be in deep shit.
I just snuck through a room full of Falmer. Like, literally and we didn’t get caught. Ahaha I am so proud of myself right now. It probably isn’t much considering they’re blind, but hey! The place was crawling with the things and I pretty much breezed through them, plus, Karliah didn’t push me off a ledge. Bonus points.
Whenever I’m doing the Blindsighted quest for the Thieves Guild and I’m going into Irkngthand and I’m too lazy to fight all the bandits outside, I use a horse to climb up until the ruins are below me then scale down the cliffs and jump to the bridge that leads right to the entrance. I wouldn’t recommend doing that if you have low health and few saves though.