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What do you do when your bored in Skyrim?

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When you're bored in Skyrim what do you do? I usually try to level up my skills that I don't use.

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Get the platinum? do you have it? other than that...why are you still playing Skyrim, I'm mean its been quite a while, not wonder you get bored. Get The Witcher 3, or Dragon Age Inquisition...try different games, when you get bored in a game, its a sing thats time to move on... 

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why are you still playing Skyrim, I'm mean its been quite a while, not wonder you get bored.

According to his account, he only started playing it a couple months ago.

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Well cause I recently made this account. I got others that are offline. This is my first account that goes online.

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Well I got bored of Skyrim about 2 hours in. So what I did was just hurry and finish the game so I could play something else.

If I get bored of a game, that's the sign that I should just finish it already.

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Go on a murderous rampage!! of course make a save before you do this unless you want to be swarmed by guards each time you go to a city.

 

But if i'm too bored to do that then either play dark souls 2 or just watch something on netflix

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I look up the definitions of "your" and "you're"

Sorry English isn't my first Language. 

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When bored I kept going for the trophies, tried to take advantage of some exploits, maybe did some optional quests or simply turned the game off.

 

My biggest problem with Skyrim on PS3 was the load screens. It's no exaggeration when I say I spent more time on load screens than playing the game.

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If u have the dlc, I really enjoyed customizing my house with stuff I found throughout the game. I even have forks and stuff on my table. Prolly over 200 pieces from the game in my house.

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When bored I kept going for the trophies, tried to take advantage of some exploits, maybe did some optional quests or simply turned the game off.

 

My biggest problem with Skyrim on PS3 was the load screens. It's no exaggeration when I say I spent more time on load screens than playing the game.

Delete some over sized demos that you don't play.

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Well cause I recently made this account. I got others that are offline. This is my first account that goes online.

Whoops, my bad.....

Go on a murderous rampage!! of course make a save before you do this unless you want to be swarmed by guards each time you go to a city.

I haven't played in awhile, but I used to do this a lot when I got bored and I found it quite entertaining.

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Delete some over sized demos that you don't play.

 

You mean Skyrim?

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You mean Skyrim?

 

Oh, look, we have a comedian here.

 

I liked to go hunting or exploring to find locations I hadn't found yet. 

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Oh, look, we have a comedian here.

 

I liked to go hunting or exploring to find locations I hadn't found yet. 

 

Oh, but the guy PM'd me about the stuff...

 

My last response to him was:

 

They usually took 30-50 seconds... It's waaaaay too much IMO, when you have a load screen every few seconds. You run into a house to activate a quest, this is one load screen, then you go out of the house, that's another load screen, you fast travel to quest location, that's another load screen, you go into whatever it is, that's another load screen, likely you may have to do some more before leaving the location, that's some more load screens, then fast travel somewhere else or back to quest giver etc, that's more load screens, and then go and report the quest finished, that's another load screen, then you go outside of that house again, another load screen, then you fast travel to another place where a new quest giver is, that's another load screen....... :\

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I never got bored playing Skyrim. There was always something to do.

For down time I would go to the shore wearing different armor types and let the crabs hit me to level those attributes up.

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I remember the thief's guild...... omg so many load screens so often... you had to go into the city, then down into the cellar or whatever and from there go into another room to pick up the quest, then back to the first room and then back up to the city, where you then could fast travel to probably a city for then to enter a house, steal, exit house, go back to thief city and then cellar and then the room of the quest giver.... over and over and over and over.... :\

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Well I was bored every time I played this game, so all I can say is focus on the trophies (if that's your thing) and when done uninstall immediately.

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When I got bored I just stole everything I could. If there was a chance I could take it, it was mine(mostly clothes and armor). It has been a forever since I played last but it might be nice to play again and see all the naked people I robbed. :lol:

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The OP is talking about being bored in-game. Skyrim is just all about roaming around, doing quests, etc...

 

I don't get bored, my goal is just to focus and Platinum the game.

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Who would ever get bored in Skyrim? It's just not possible. 

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