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Destruction & Alteration

Channel the power of nature to heal your wounds, make your skin as hard as stone, and destroy your enemies with the elements. When your magicka is low, unleash nature's bestial fury by transforming into a bloodthirsty wolf form.


By calciumstrength on Aug 13, 2018
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Conjuration & One Handed

A mystical warrior who makes use of the atronach forge and conjuration for their arms and armor. With bound sword, bound bow, and summoned allies, you are a warrior fueled by the forces of Oblivion.


By calciumstrength on Oct 23, 2015
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Two Handed & Heavy Armor

A Nord who has not forgotten their race's past respect for magic. This character specializes in using the Dawnguard rune hammer to its full potential by training in the arcane arts of destruction magic.


By calciumstrength on Oct 24, 2015
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That might be the longest sentence I have ever read.

The build excerpt says "Son of a long dead blade member," I assume you want to change that to "Daughter."

This is a pretty good build, it didn't deserve a two star rating.
I would suggest putting in something about making potions of fortify destruction and poisons of weakness to shock, as well. Alchemy is one of the few ways to increase the damage of destruction spells, rather than just reducing the cost.

Just above this spot, you'll see you're in a tab that says "Discussion"
There'll be a Perks tab that you can switch to there.

This is a great generalist warrior build. I'd recommend the Lord Stone over the Atronach Stone though, actually. I've tried out the atronach stone on pure warriors in the past, because it seemed like 50% magic absorb should do a really good job of protecting from magic. But, on higher difficulties, it meant that I'd still get destroyed by powerful magic spells constantly. Because half of the time you still take FULL damage from a spell.
The lord stone, meanwhile, adds some physical defense and reduces the damage of all magic attacks, making it a lot more consistent. The magic resist also stacks with Elemental Protection in the block tree. So, with Block Runner, the fighter is probably better just holding up a shield and running at mages, tanking the magic damage with high resistance. That's been my personal experience, at least.

Still, I like the perk choices on this build.