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Character Build: The Underlord

Tags: #Character Build Necromancer  #Character Build Werewolf  #Character Build Villain  #Race:Breton  #SE Rank:Apprentice  #Baldur's Builds 
  • August 21, 2017

    Yes I'm always gonna support people who support me.. though I'm a little sad nobody wanted to add me on discord to talk skyrim and builds... I'm also in the ESO discord chat group.. but from what i understand this site doesn't HAVE a discord.. might be something I should look into making?

  • Member
    August 21, 2017

    Your gameplay section was copied from Caerwyn for the formatting. Normally this isn't a major issue, but you've forgotten to switch out your dragon combat tips. Give that a fix, why don't you?

  • August 21, 2017

    Yes so I did.. I HAD originally fixed that but I remember i accidentally clicked off the side of the edit box and that must have been one of the changes i'd forgot to re-implement. Sorry about that :D

  • August 24, 2017

    Nice build Baldur.  I've played my fair share of necromancy builds, and have even created a few, and you've got a solid build here.

  • August 24, 2017

    Vargr White-Tree said:

    Nice build Baldur.  I've played my fair share of necromancy builds, and have even created a few, and you've got a solid build here.

     

    Thank you very much <3 I'm working on a WiP on the Workshop.. it needs it's combat section redone, some banners which Dragonborn is graciously making for me and a few other tweaks to be finished but feel free to go there and make comments and suggestions yeah?

     

    Some acquaintences of mine have decided to issue me a challenge.. a three word build challenge. Things like one handed heavy armor and light armor and two handed count as one word. My next challenge is "Stealth One-Handed Chillrend" so look forward to a build somehow involving Chillrend stealth and one handed :D

  • Member
    August 25, 2017

    I am simple Pickle, I see a Necromancer I like, and good job.

  • Nao
    Member
    August 26, 2017

    Holy moly! This is really good! I like the idea of playing an elderly character; I don't think many people really imagine an old person when they think of the Dragonborn. Nazius' backstory was compelling and entirely interesting. The explanation for why he would only remember Conjure Familiar makes a lot of sense! Also, I like how his feebleness contributes to the roleplaying (where you have to drop the weapon after four strikes). I think that adds some difficulty where it might be easy to become overpowered, especially in late game.

     

    The perk chart is a bit hard for me to read, mainly because it's all clustered. Maybe you could add a link to a separate perk chart? I know there's this website that allows you to do that; unfortunately, it's name has slipped my mind. I'll send it to you if I remember.

     

    Reading through the comments, I'm so glad that you want Baldur's Builds to be something everyone looks forward to. If you keep along this path, creating unique backstories and interesting components for your builds, Baldur's Builds will definitely become a thing! I have total faith in you, and I'll support you 100% along the way.

     

    Unfortunately, there's not much I can offer in terms of advice about creating a character build. Really, all I can offer is advice on creating an original character, as I aspire to be an author. But you'll have people like DB and Paws to help you where I can't, and their assistance is invaluable :)

  • Member
    September 5, 2017

    nothing quite as creepy and powerful as roaming skyrim with a horde of ritual stone corpses. :D

    Nice work Baldur. I really love the use of the Hardened Falmer Armor here. Loking forward to seeing more from you.

  • September 7, 2017

    Perk section edited to be my new perk style as suggested by soly. Perks now have the reasoning for them first and a line below with a little header the perks are listed etc.

  • September 30, 2017

    After getting it in one of my playthroughs, I decided to make the Shellbug helmet the endgame helmet instead of the Falmer Heavy one. According to the wiki wearing it still gives you the full heavy armor bonus, but it has a MUCH different aesthetic that i find a lot more sinister.. plus it actually has eyes so he can see :D