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21st Jun '16 3:10:58 PM VesperLord
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--> '''Samuel:''' "Hey Pa, want to play a game?" '''Lord Scatsbury''': No Samuel, I want to play a game with a son I actually love. But I don't have one of those."
21st Jun '16 2:46:11 PM VesperLord
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* There's an abandoned house not far from Raven Rock inhabited by two bandits. There's a copy of (surprise surprise) The Lusty Argonian Maid, some potions of vigor and stamina, and [[Squick bloody rags]]
16th Jun '16 2:41:09 AM LentilSandEater
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* When you first meet Isran, try asking him what he plans to do about the vampires. He will note that he needs to fix up the fort, since a vampire could walk right in the front door as it stands. This becomes hilarious if the player happens to be a vampire. Could also be kind of a BrickJoke and LampshadeHanging, since it's exactly what [[spoiler:Serana]] ends up doing later on if you side with the Dawnguard.

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* When you first meet Isran, try asking him what he plans to do about the vampires. He will note that he needs to fix up the fort, since a vampire could walk right in the front door as it stands. This becomes hilarious if the player happens to be a vampire. Could also be kind of Also a BrickJoke and LampshadeHanging, BrickJoke, since it's exactly what [[spoiler:Serana]] ends up doing later on if you side with the Dawnguard.



* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tuXKqjHSSU The Senile Scribbles]], a series of Skyrim parodies featuring a snarky Dragonborn who becomes increasingly frustrated with the UngratefulBastard nature of the [=NPCs=] and being forced to take a side in the Civil War, as well as lampshading the various gamebreakers and fan criticisms.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7tuXKqjHSSU The Senile Scribbles]], a series of Skyrim parodies featuring a snarky Dragonborn who becomes increasingly frustrated with the UngratefulBastard nature of the [=NPCs=] and being forced to take a side in the Civil War, as well as lampshading mocking the various gamebreakers and fan criticisms.
10th Jun '16 5:50:47 AM Vir
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** One in particular if you're wielding Mehrunes' Razor, which required you to kill Silus after he reassembled it:

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** One in particular if you're wielding Mehrunes' Razor, which required you to kill Silus Vesuius after he reassembled it:
3rd Jun '16 4:45:20 AM Vir
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* If you're a strong mage, you may get challenged to a duel. Your follower or other bystanders, however, might not like this idea and decide to get involved, which the challenger isn't happy about. "This is supposed to be a one-on-one duel!" And if anyone decides "to heck with magic" and starts swinging at the guy with a sword, the challenger complains, "This is supposed to be a ''magic'' duel! ''Ma''-''gic''! Y'know, with ''spells''?" He just sounds so ''pouty'' about the whole thing. It's also funny if he decides to challenge you in certain locations, such as the entry to Whiterun, where all the guards promptly [[RealityEnsues attack the guy who just started throwing fireballs around.]] Becomes hilarious if this happens just after becoming TheArchmage of the College of Winterhold, when you can be challenged to the duel right in the middle of the bridge of the College. One CurbStompBattle later, the challenger will likely flying off the bridge with a fireball in the gut, having just [[{{Pun}} been taken to school]].

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* If you're a strong mage, you may get challenged to a duel. Your follower or other bystanders, however, might not like this idea and decide to get involved, which the challenger isn't happy about. "This is supposed to be a one-on-one duel!" And if anyone decides "to heck with magic" and starts swinging at the guy with a sword, the challenger complains, "This is supposed to be a ''magic'' duel! ''Ma''-''gic''! Y'know, with ''spells''?" He just sounds so ''pouty'' about the whole thing. It's also funny if he decides to challenge you in certain locations, such as the entry to Whiterun, where all the guards promptly [[RealityEnsues attack the guy who just started throwing fireballs around.]] Becomes hilarious if this happens just after becoming TheArchmage of the College of Winterhold, when you can be challenged to the duel right in the middle of the bridge of the College. One CurbStompBattle later, the challenger will likely be flying off the bridge with a fireball in the gut, having just [[{{Pun}} been taken to school]].
3rd Jun '16 4:01:20 AM Vir
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** Most of the two-handed weapon death animations are hilarious for this exact reason. Most of the one handed weapons have a sense of gravitas and theatrics to them, grabbing the person before sticking them etc. A greatsword can either net you a humorously overkill cinematic where the Dovahkiin either 1) just hacks away at the unwitting opponent and they collapse in a heap of presumably broken bones and gore, or 2), even funnier, just swings the sword once in a blow so absurdly powerful it knocks them away like the ultimate bitch slap.

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** Most of the two-handed weapon death animations are hilarious for this exact reason. Most of the one handed one-handed weapons have a sense of gravitas and theatrics to them, grabbing the person before sticking them etc. A greatsword can either net you a humorously overkill cinematic where the Dovahkiin either 1) just hacks away at the unwitting opponent and they collapse in a heap of presumably broken bones and gore, or 2), even funnier, just swings the sword once in a blow so absurdly powerful it knocks them away like the ultimate bitch slap.
3rd Jun '16 4:00:27 AM Vir
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** You can even get one for the Throat of the World when speaking with Paarthurnax for the first time. Apparently the dragon didn't appreciated getting a Thu'um in the face as much as he claimed.

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** You can even get one for the Throat of the World when speaking with Paarthurnax for the first time. Apparently the dragon didn't appreciated appreciate getting a Thu'um in the face as much as he claimed.
23rd Apr '16 7:55:36 AM ThraggLootrippa
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"Dreams are reality, and reality is really a dream?"[[note: this one is actually correct concerning TES worldbuilding]]

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"Dreams are reality, and reality is really a dream?"[[note: dream?" [[note]] this one is actually correct concerning TES worldbuilding]]worldbuilding.[[/note]]
12th Apr '16 12:41:15 AM teslashark
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"Dreams are reality, and reality is really a dream?"

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"Dreams are reality, and reality is really a dream?"dream?"[[note: this one is actually correct concerning TES worldbuilding]]
10th Apr '16 1:56:59 PM ManicOppressive
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** Even the first hint of the quest is pretty hilarious. When walking into nearly any town in the game, you're likely to see something terrible. In Riften, you're extorted for money by a guard at the gate. In Markarth, the guards warn you about getting involved with anything just before you witness a murder. In Solitude, you witness an execution. In Windhelm, a group of Nords harassing the local minority. So when you walk into Falkreath and a guard steps toward you, it might put you on edge... Then he asks if you've seen a dog in the road. Because the blacksmith wants a dog.
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