Depends on terrain. In cave = Stone and cobble.
Desert=sand and sandstone.
Regular place= Grass+stone
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Dec 6, 2011Posted in: General GamingQuote from Brut_Man
It's an amazing game and so far I've had no problems with it, however if you're panning on buying the PS3 you should reconsider:
other than that I've heard the PC and Xbox also have multiple bugs not really as bad as the PS3 ones but still quite noticeable, I have both the PC and Xbox versions and have had no problems with either.
Ok thanks, I'm getting it on Xbox.Added poll! Be sure to vote!
Dec 6, 2011Posted in: General GamingQuote from Zircon
It's an amazing game, now go get it.
I will get it soon!Quote from stven275
I know lot's of people already said this, but i highly recommend Skyrim it's a great game, best game i've played in a long time.
I also recommend The elder srolls III: Morrowind.
Thanks for the feedback!
Dec 6, 2011Posted in: General GamingQuote from Yogierin
Skyrim game rankings:
Computer and video games: 9.5/10
Electronic game monthly: 10/10
Game Informer: 9.5/10
Official PlayStation Magazine (UK): 7/10
Official Xbox magazine: 10/10
It's an amazing game.
Looks like good ratings! Thanks alot!
Quote from Thescorpi0n
very rare? lol?
It's a Bethesda game, the whole game is one big glitch. I can't list the bugs I've already run in to, because those are too many.
Still, it's the game of the year for me.
Y ( /ˈwaɪ/; named wye or wy, plural wyes) is the twenty-fifth letter in the basic modern Latin alphabet and represents either a vowel or a consonant in English.
In Latin, Y was named Y Graeca "Greek Y". This was pronounced as I Graeca "Greek I", since Latin speakers had trouble pronouncing /y/, which was not a native sound. In Romance languages, the pronunciation became the regular name: Spanish i griega, French i grec, etc.
Old English borrowed Latin Y to write the native Old English sound /y/ (previously written with the rune yr ᚣ). When the letter came to be analyzed as a V atop an I (First Grammatical Treatise), it was renamed VI (/uː iː/), which was simplified to one syllable (/wiː/), and by the Great Vowel Shift became the Modern English wy (/waɪ/).
Y is the only letter (other than US/Irish "zee" for Z) whose name in English is wholly unrelated to its name in French (and other Romance languages).
How'd a conversation about Skyrim become the history of Y? Still, i know where to look if I need to qrite an essay on Y.
Dec 5, 2011Posted in: Survival ModeQuote from Evancooldude
I want to know what mob you hate the most! Please post it below and why! It can be any mob for any reason. Personally, I hate the skeletons the most. They are annoying to kill in large groups. I once found a skeleton dungeon that connected to a zombie dungeon. Let's just say that took a bit of work to clear out!
CREEPERS! THEY F**** MY HOUSE!
Dec 5, 2011Posted in: General GamingQuote from Abexuro
It's a good game. You don't necessarily need to know the story of the previous ones, you can play it as a separate game. Though oblivion gets mentioned quite a lot, everything is explained good enough to understand what is going on.
If you really want to know more than the NPC's tell you, you can always start reading some of the books you can find in the game. :wink.gif:
That's good, because I hate having to choose between a new realease and be lost, and an older release where I'm behind my friends. :laugh.gif:
Dec 5, 2011Posted in: General GamingQuote from mystere9
Man, what's with all these people that are unaware of Skyrim's sequels?
Skyrim II: The Dragon's Nest
Skyrim III: Skies of Red
Skyrim IV: Still Lots of Dragons
Skyrim V: Even More Dragons!
So there ARE multiple Skyrims!
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