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Sunday, December 12, 2010
Besides this date being my personal prediction for the Apocalypse, The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim (fifth in the series) is being released. Oh yes.
You know what this means? I have less than a year for saving up X amount of money for this game, Assassin's Creed Brotherhood (still, and don't expect me to write a review, it's too late), Call of Duty Sledgehammer, L.A. Noire, the new Dragon Ages, and whatever other games have to push themselves in my direction.
So Skyrim is a region in the Elder Scrolls that is home of the Nords.
(for those who forgot who the Nords were, they're the most human-looking out of all the different races. They're great at sailing, and anything that as to deal with a blade and a shield.. trust me, if you want close-combat, this is the race to go for in the game)
Skyrim is the most rugged area on the continent and also contains the five highest points in Tamriel, so we can expect to see some wonderful snow scenery there. However, if you're like me... you're not looking foreword to having your character climb up mountains and seeing through mesh objects and eventually getting stuck, so here's the good news, other than peaks that cover the eastside, the rest of Skyrim is vertical, with... lakes and normal stuff.
- Places to Mention:
Haafingar: Home of Bards' College and also one of Skyrim's chief ports.
Windhelm: Was once the capitol of the first empire.
Throat of the World: Highest mountain in Skyrim and highest point in Tamriel aside from Red Mountain.