Bran'dar the Khajit Bard has finally reached the cold lands of the north. What adventures await him in Skyrim? Will he discover his true purpose? The bitter cold of the north rips at our kitty-friend, but he is ready to face any trial that awaits him. Even a dragon!
Bran'dar the Khajit Bard will find his end in the cold wastes of the north, but this Skyrim Roleplay has brought some great things for the channel. I'd like to take a moment to thank WatchMojo for featuring my humble Morrowind roleplay almost one year ago!
I've learned a lot about myself and my character through this roleplay. I've grown as a Youtuber and as a Bard as the result of this endeavor and I'm so happy to have you folks along for the ride. Please, enjoy the majesty of the Skyrim special edition roleplay!
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Mods featured in my Skyrim Special Edition Roleplay include:
Wet and Cold, Diverse Dragons, Become a Bard, Ordinator Perks of Skyrim, Bandolier Bags and Pouches, Better Horses, Enhanced Blood Textures, Climates of Tamriel, Static Mesh Improvment (SME Addon), More Blood and Gore, More Salt, GOLD to SEPTIM, 50% More Perk Points, Simple Auto Unequip Ammo, Balanced Weights, Phenderix Magic Sounds Improvement, Merchants in Inns, Rebalanced Level Lists, Hunter's Reward, Phenderix Magic Evolved, Simple Raven Rock Expansion, Waves, Unlimited Rings and Amulets, Lampposts of Skyrim, Point the Way, No Snow Under The Roof, Beast Skeletons, Lore-Based Loading Screens, Open Cities Skyrim, Blackreach Railroad, Bee Hives, Better Loot and more!
Winner of more than 200 Game of the Year Awards, Skyrim Special Edition brings the epic fantasy to life in stunning detail. The Special Edition includes the critically acclaimed game and add-ons with all-new features like remastered art and effects, volumetric god rays, dynamic depth of field, screen-space reflections, and more. Skyrim Special Edition also brings the full power of mods to the PC and Xbox One. New quests, environments, characters, dialogue, armor, weapons and more – with Mods, there are no limits to what you can experience.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition is an open world first-person fantasy RPG. Return to the snowy peaks of Skyrim and get once again caught up in the return of the dragons, the Civil War, the onslaught of the Vampires and the vengeance of the first Dragonborn, while you carve a destiny of your own.
Pros: The game is just as big as the original game, with a large variety of environments including tundra seabanks, snowy mountains, lush forests, swampy marshlands, icy valleys and a volcanic island, and just as many underground environments of mushroom caves, rocky tunnels and dwarven ruins. In addition to the series of main quests and major secondary quests, you have thousands of fetch or kill quests, all presented with their own flavortext of a story, or make your own by following information from books, exploring locals you overhear people talk of, or walking into a pile of corpse and putting the clues together to find out what happened. The game offers a very large selection of items, gear, crafting material and alchemical ingredients. Your character is built the way you play: you gain experience in any given skill from actual use and trainers, and invest in perk points you spend in each skill's own perk trees, perks which are unlocked from how experienced you are in that given skill, there is no class system but the one you make for yourself. Crafting offers so much possibility: take the ore you mined and melted into ingots, as well as the leather straps you fashioned from a bear skin you hunted, and make yourself a new pair of bracers you'll then toughen up at the workbench. More? How about these roots you picked from a plant, grind them at the alchemy table and mix it with lichen and skeever tails, and you got yourself the exact type of poison you were looking for! Better yet: take some beef, cook it over the fire in the house you built, then add carrots, garlic, and a pinch of salt, and you got yourself a fine stew for bonus health and stamina. The options in this game are endless!
Cons: Let's face it: the Special Edition is nowhere close to where our hopes were. Even if we all knew what to expect, everyone secretly hoped for some additional content or 2016-level graphics, but we got nothing more than promised: a slight update on the graphical options with new lighting and graphical effects and a 64-bit engine. All that doesn't change how aged the game can sometimes look, especially in third-person view. -Cracktus Jack