Shadowman wrote: Grahf wrote:
The Happy Locust wrote:Just picked up the collector's edition. Haven't even opened the box but can't wait to try this. Just need to finish batman first...
This is one of the greatest collector's edition. The statue of Alduin looks exactly like it does in the game. The same goes for the art book. A lot of the time you just get some small booklet with a few pages. Skyrim's art book is huge (close to 8x11) and has some of the best concept drawings that I've ever seen.
The regular edition also comes with that sweet map. That thing really helped early on (Before I had enough locations visited where I could fast-travel everywhere) since the in-game map doesn't list roads for some reason.
I opened the map once, but put it right back. Really worried I'd rip that thing if I kept referring to it.
Started the game and played through the beginning mission of escaping the dragon and making it through the tunnel. Never played Elder scrolls before but played the hell out of Fallout 3 and NV so fell into the controls and game style pretty quickly. Annoying that the PC uses the console menus but not a gamebreaker.
Decided to be an Argonian. The idea of being a lizard man just really appeals to me for some reason. Follow the link for a pic.Locust of Jibblies
In keeping with him being my Locust self, I picture he was arrested for serial peeping. Eyes that have stared so long they've permanently glossed over and the leafy hair makes it really easy to hide behind potted plants. Alas, he attempted to spy a Khajiit and ended up with the slashes across his eye for his trouble. His warpaint is a permanent smile and the battle cry "It was worth it!".