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My journey began, like all other journeys, as a penniless unknown prisoner. I know a lot of people say something like “from start to finish it was amazing!” but I can’t because there was no finish. From start-forever it’s amazing. I was enthralled before even getting involved with the main quest, so much so I never went beyond the first couple of parts and from there on did purely side quests and exploration. And how exploration was amazing: jumping around everywhere, slaying, looting, pillaging, and all the other things that make the life of an Argonian grand.

So there I was, exploring as usual. I took a Silt Strider close to an area I hadn’t explored yet and entered a rundown decrepit castle. Once I entered my eyes were greedily drawn to the enemy in front of me drawing his ebony bow and aiming for the area between my eyes. I had yet to see anything beyond silver much less ebony! In my haste to acquire his goodies I was I was viciously overpowered, and that was just a single enemy!

I hit the quickload key and then played as cautiously and conservatively as I could as the enemies inside were a far higher level than I. Slowly after a long time and many quick saves/quick loads I had triumphed over every enemy and gathered all the choice loot (and there was A LOT of it) together in a pile. Picked it all up and used a scroll of divine intervention to teleport a little closer to my home (the viciously conquered Dren plantation). As soon as I appeared I stuffed down at least 20 bottles of mazte and greef and legged it as fast as I could towards home, only being hampered (the entire way) by those damn flying lizards and their infernal noises.

One day I’m going to make it my mission to find where those bastards are breeding and kill all of them so the world shall never again see the likes of the Cliff Racer.

Wait wait.. Sorry this is Morrowind, my bad.




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