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Character Build: The Pale Master

Tags: #Character Build Necromancer  #Character Build Elementalist  #Character Build Vampire  #Rank:Legendary  #Race:Altmer 
  • Member
    October 20, 2013

    Thank you very much, I'm glad you like it.

    Yeha the story was a little tricky. As I said to Oneness, the Altmer who spoke with Puck should have been the Pale Master. And of course the Pale Master is more powerful. That's what I wanted to show with that build. A powerful necromancer who doesn't need anyone. As for why or how he was captured. I have a few ideas and I like to write them down, and actually use that story above as start for a granter story. 

    But I also like the idea that people who want to play the Pale Master can decide if that story up above plays before the actual game or after. That's actually the reason why I left the end... well open. You know, so that people can use they're imagination.

    In the end that's what Skyrim is all about. Imagine stuff. If I wanted a detailed storybased game where I don't need to use my imagination I would play the "The Witcher" series or the "Dragon Age" series (which I actually did and enjoyed just as much and especially in Dragon Age you still have room for that imagination).

    But as I said, glad you like it. It was hard work but I'm happy with the result :D

  • Member
    May 11, 2014
    My idea is that either the Altmer was an acquaintance of the Pale Master, who would lure fresh blood for his friend to feast on, and regain his lost strength, or the Altmer was a wight of the Master, who still had his intelligence, and was keeping his master hidden, so he could regain his strength on wary travelers and fools seeking him.
  • August 1, 2014
    This is your first build!? Dude you are on your way to glory, carry on like this and... I don't even know! Ahem, what I mean to say is... cool build.
  • August 1, 2014

    Liked it for presentation.

  • Member
    November 18, 2016

    Build restored!

  • Member
    May 7, 2017

    Bagged and tagged!