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Posted Dec 21, '12 at 2:56pm

TheMostManlyMan

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What do you mean by..... All of that? Are some enemies level based, like they're always as tough no matter what level you're on? How about things like the Dark Brotherhood, are they level based?

 

Posted Dec 21, '12 at 7:04pm

d_dude

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What do you mean by..... All of that? Are some enemies level based, like they're always as tough no matter what level you're on? How about things like the Dark Brotherhood, are they level based?


Some enemies are level based, and some are not. Mountain lions will destroy you at level 15, but are pretty weak at higher levels. Mudcrabs are one hit kills after a short time. However guards seem to always be a tough fight no matter the level. Different versions of dragons are also at a certain level, but they disappear as you level up, and tougher dragons appear.
 

Posted Dec 21, '12 at 8:29pm

Adam68

Adam68

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I love dragon armor

 

Posted Dec 21, '12 at 8:40pm

TheMostManlyMan

TheMostManlyMan

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Different versions of dragons are also at a certain level, but they disappear as you level up, and tougher dragons appear.

....You talking about Skyrim?.... Because I know that there are no dragons in Morrowind.
 

Posted Dec 21, '12 at 9:11pm

d_dude

d_dude

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....You talking about Skyrim?


Well the thread is called "Skyrim!"
 

Posted Dec 22, '12 at 5:53am

HahiHa

HahiHa

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Knight

What do you mean by..... All of that? Are some enemies level based, like they're always as tough no matter what level you're on? How about things like the Dark Brotherhood, are they level based?

In Morrowind, creatures are not level-based, their stats are fixed. However you will still encounter stronger types of foes on higher levels, except at unique locations where specific creatures are placed and not creature groups. Items also are not level-bsaed, which I rather enjoy. I mean, Skyrim is not that bad since at least the items level with you (though does it make sense that a sword gets stronger? 0.o), I hated how it was in Oblivion about the artifacts, you could get stuck with a low-level artifact that would become useless on higher levels.

The Dark Brotherhood in Morrowind: Tribunal is just like the creatures, there are several different ranks among the assassins and your level will determine what kind of rank you will encounter, but the single ranks have fixed stats and equipment. But once you install Tribunal, you wil be targeted by them no matter your level, unless you report the attacks to a guard which makes them stop (I wouldn't, their armor is great, and expensive )
 

Posted Dec 22, '12 at 1:31pm

partydevil

partydevil

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you will still encounter stronger types of foes on higher levels, except at unique locations where specific creatures are placed and not creature groups.

different areas on the map have different difficulties.
you can try to walk around on the northern islands as low level or the plains (north, north east). but the enemies thatare generated there are to strong for a low level.

i think they made a minimum level cap in different areas for the enemies.
so that no enemies (or ??% chanch) from under a certain level are generated.
 

Posted Dec 22, '12 at 5:05pm

Besch

Besch

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Basically, the enemies level up with you but as already stated there is range of -2 to + 5 levels based on different fraction (e.g. Daedra +5). IF you really want fixed levels sorted to regions than you should try out SkyRe.

morrowind had no random items. all items are where they are. i dunno how this can become a system for skyrim.


However, the modder stated to expand variety of droppables in dungeons. In Vanilla configuration you would never find a weapon in a urn or barrel (not even a decent chest). Since the Creation Kit has been released a lot of things were made possible.
 

Posted Dec 23, '12 at 10:52am

Possum9

Possum9

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Has any one seen the Epic Skyrim Rap by Dan Bull?? It's amazing!!. I don't play Skyrim and would love too, but for the moment youtube will have to do!! (someone plz save me from my world of deep dispare) :P

 

Posted Dec 23, '12 at 12:36pm

partydevil

partydevil

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Basically, the enemies level up with you but as already stated there is range of -2 to + 5 levels based on different fraction (e.g. Daedra +5).

my comment was about morrowind. not skyrim or oblivion. =)
 
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