View Poll Results: How many The Elder Scroll games have you played

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    7 24.14%
  • 2

    10 34.48%
  • 3

    2 6.90%
  • 4

    6 20.69%
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    4 13.79%
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    I read on the UESP that TES V was going to be in skyrim, but nobody is really sure.

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    Ok...

    Cyrodiil may be larger, but there is nothing anywhere except for sparse caves littering the landscape. In Morrowind, there was stuff everywhere.

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    your right about that, but Oblivion had more Deadric quests and had a better combat system.

    and you havent answered my offer to tell you how to get your attributes over 10,000.

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    On one of my oblivion characters I got their lvl to 300 because of glitches

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    yeah it's quite easy to do that with console commands.....unless you don't have the PC version. and im talking about ten thousand stats in Morrowind, not Oblivion. but i only confirm that it works on the Xbox version of TES 3. the same glitch can permanently summon creatures and Bound items, permanent levitate(although you cant rest) and permanent chameleon.
    Last edited by Nerevar; 04-28-2009 at 04:00 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nerevar View Post
    yeah it's quite easy to do that with console commands.....unless you don't have the PC version. and im talking about ten thousand stats in Morrowind, not Oblivion. but i only confirm that it works on the Xbox version of TES 3. the same glitch can permanently summon creatures and Bound items, permanent levitate(although you cant rest) and permanent chameleon.
    I loved all the commands in Morrowind :P

    "Unlock" haha

    There were a lot of improvements in Oblivion, but overall Morrowind was better.

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    i never played Morrowind for computer, only Xbox, i found my items and cheats the "professional" way. :P
    and the only reason i want Morrowind for computer is so i can use Morroblivion which takes everything from TES 3 and puts them in TES 4, the entire game.

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