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Hey all

I love playing different builds on Skyrim. I also created a few own mods for completing my feel for the perfect game. If you want to know more, just drop me a line.


Alteration & Conjuration

Using Magic to enable and enhance physical combat, this build is for experts and may be quite difficult to level up. Using magic armour for protection and bound weaponry for damage, this build can be lethal if used correctly.


By Zlorfik on Jul 7, 2015
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Heavy Armor & Two Handed

A Dark Knight in dark armour. Equipped with the darkest armour and the most cruel weaponry Skyrim has to offer. Anything brave enough to challenge you will face the consequences.


By Zlorfik on Jul 7, 2015
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Restoration & Heavy Armor

The Paladin focuses heavily on defense and divine aspects of magic. It is a common sword & board character, backing up with heals and a crossbow for ranged enemies. The latter requires Dawnguard.


By Zlorfik on Jul 7, 2015
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I recently started a build that matches yours in description 100% and I have to say OMG is it fun and powerful! I have never really used runes before due to their high cost, but for a melee character, they are an amazing thing you can throw into the fight, even if not using the dawnguard hammer. And as you stated, the flame cloak (or any cloak spell for that matter) synergizes so well with this build as well. One thing you might add on top is the ebony mail. This is a free poison damage cloak spell whenever in combat on a pretty armour.
Now I need to go and make me a rune mage. Or any mage and make use of runes to level up because OMG it levels quickly.

I like the idea of a pacifist / tourist build, though to me you could make it more efficient: instead of spending perks for half cast cost in 3 different schools, you could save about 11 perk points and invest 8 of them in enchanting instead to reduce your magicka cost drastically in the three schools or completely in two schools.

Additionally, lockpicking as a perk tree has almost zero use since it is easy with a little practice to open every master lock without problems.

All in all a cool idea. i have once played through Skyrim in a sort of pacifist way where i focused on necromancy and restoration to heal a companion/thrall while never actually dealing damage myself. It took ages to kill Alduin, but it was still quite fun. Also, Harmony ftw! emoticon

At this point, no description would have been better than this.
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That take on enchanting works for me emoticon as for Alteration and Alchemy i'd say it ends up being personal taste..

Alright, thanks for the answers.
I guess some pros can land a sneak attack on a dragon mid-fight with the shadow warrior perk.