How To Create the Right Character for You in Skyrim

There are no restrictions based on your character decision in the game.It shouldn’t stop you from trying others if you choose a race that makes certain play styles easier early on.There are a few tips on how to create the right character in the game.

Step 1: A straightforward warrior is what you should play.

Do you feel like you’re playing a straightforward character?You have two options if that is the case.For more versatile options that are still focused on melee combat, check out the next step below.It’s a great option for a first character.You will be skilled at two-handed weapons, have more money for selling loot, and be able to survive the early game.The is very good at surviving damage and dealing damage in a melee.You have many options to choose from, with immediate access to Orc stores and trainers, bonuses to crafting armor and weapons, and bonus to both one- and two-handed weapons.

Step 2: It’s possible to create a thief.

If you want to specialize in stealing and exploration more than combat, make an or.The Lockpicking and Pickpocket skills are useful at the beginning of the game since they need to be improved at a reasonable pace.A racial ability that regenerates health once per day is one of the perks that Argonians have.Life as a low-level sneaky character will be easier thanks to all of these.The Khajiit have a variety of bonuses, including an Archery bonus and a better unarmed damage bonus.If you want to be a well-rounded combat character as well, you should pick this.

Step 3: An assassin or archer is what you should make.

There are bonuses for sneaky characters who are good at combat.If you’d also like to play Magic, the is a good choice.

Step 4: You can play as a mage.

You don’t need to pick just one type of magic.There are large bonuses to Magicka, the energy used to cast spells.They are a good starting race for newcomers and are great for an overall mage character build.Excellent at Conjuration, they are also versatile mages.The Bretons specialize in skills that aid you in battle, as they often do.

Step 5: A more complex character is what you should choose.

There are bonuses to offensive magic and stealth, and can be played as mage-thieves.They are great for the adventurer as they specialize in multiple skills.They are strong at both melee combat and magic.Imperials are great for a merchant or just a charismatic character.Thieves, merchants, and assassins benefit from the speech skill bonus Imperials have.The best at using one-handed weapons have unfocused bonuses.If you want to try out different styles of play right away, consider playing a Redguard, but don’t expect to be too powerful at any one task.For sword and shield users, redguards are a good choice.

Step 6: The most powerful racial abilities are listed.

If you can’t decide, you might want to pick a race with powerful abilities.The Orc’s berserk ability is one of the few abilities that will still feel useful even when you’re a high-level adventurer.The Imperial andNord active abilities are unique and effective.

Step 7: Think about how convenient it is.

You can save a lot of time by using some abilities that aren’t that powerful.The Dark Elf’s fire resistance is relevant more often than most other racial resistances.Half of this ability is given to the Redguards and Argonians.The Khajiit’s night vision and the water breathing of the Argonians sound like they would be useful, but they are not.

Step 8: Don’t get carried away with other bonuses.

Some play styles are much easier than others because of your racial skill bonuses and abilities.As you train skills and gain perks, your race will not matter.Picking the race that appeals to you on a visual or story basis is not much of a problem once you’ve narrowed your choice down to a few options.

Step 9: Pick your character’s sex.

Your character’s sex has very little effect on the game.There are perks that give bonuses to interactions with the opposite sex.It’s hard to notice that female characters are moving at a slightly slower pace.Sex doesn’t affect romance or marriage options.

Step 10: Think about the story or the dialogue.

Your character’s race and sex won’t change the basics of a quest or conversation.There is no reason to pick one race over another for your first character unless you have played other Elder Scrolls games.Choosing a race that you like may make the game more enjoyable, as new players often have a preferred race based on first impressions.You have a chance to explore alternate dialogue if you choose a variety of races and genders.

Step 11: Understand how class works.

You might be wondering why there isn’t a class option in Elder Scrolls games.As you perform your actions, they improve.Pickpocket skill improves when you pickpocket someone.The “perks” system can be used for other customization, but they are not restricted by decisions made at character creation.You will be introduced to Standing Stones early in the game.While the first ones sound similar to classes, you will be able to switch between them as many times as you like.

Step 12: Make a plan for your build.

You can plan out your entire character before you create him or her.This is only recommended for people who get most of their enjoyment from the game.Try searching for character builds online, or plan out your own using the IGN Skill sBuilder.