Let’s Roleplay Skyrim – Part 70: A Good Day on the Road

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Bethesda Studios’ The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Link to Act I Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOeQwDiBfw8SViLEjtBZagNY7FEfPTRpD

Stilico, Bandit

Mods used in this Let’s Play (with load order):
Unofficial Skyrim Legendary Edition Patch
Campfire – Complete Camping System
Death Alternative – Your Money or Your Life
Bethesda High Resolution Texture Pack
Cutting Room Floor
Better Quest Objectives
Immersive HUD
Lightning During Thunder Storms – Minty Lightning Mod
Reduced Distance NPC Greetings
Simply Knock
Unread Books Glow
Convenient Horses
Multiple Floors Sandboxing
Become a Highwayman
Adventurers and Travelers
Interesting NPCs
More Bandit Camps – Explorer’s Edition
Book Covers Skyrim
Skyrim Immersive Creatures
Guard Dialogue Overhaul
Realistic Needs and Diseases
True Storms – Thunder and Rain Redone
Deadly Dragons
Point the Way
Personalized Music
The Choice is Yours
Cloaks of Skyrim
Darkwater Crossing
Bring Out Your Dead
Immersive Patrols
Shor’s Stone
Random Alternate Start
Helarchen Creek
Whistling Mine
Sokco’s Guild Starter
Soljund’s Sinkhole
Dragon Bridge
Immersive Citizens – AI Overhaul
Oblivion Gates in Cities
Border Sense
Realistic Room Rental
Immersive Saturation Boost
Requiem – The Roleplaying Overhaul
Amazing Follower Tweaks

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3 Responses

  1. Walter R says:

    Radiant Raiment is indeed a store in Solitude, sadly nothing of the sort is in Oblivion, so he was just a noble from the north rather than a representative from another province

  2. Lo-Res Gamer says:

    I bet the space wolf's name was Laika. And yeah, Dargo and Hood call him Stil. I think there's a note of irony too, as Stilico strikes me as a "twitchy" type that frequently kills just because he feels like it rather than a "Still" type killing from coldly calculated risk/reward. Not "Still" at all. But almost everyone they meet ends up lying still.

  3. Thunderwing the Stormbringer says:

    The troll and the giant were going to run off together. Their love was forbidden by their respective peoples. They were going to Cyrodiil to open up a bakery together. The troll would run the kitchens and the giant would man the counter. It was their dream; until the troll met a certain bandit, that is. In his fury at finding the troll dead by the side of the road, the giant punted a wolf into low orbit. The wolf circled Nirn once, and then almost landed on the bandit, but it missed. The giant would forever wander Skyrim, his love dead, his vengeance unfulfilled. The bandit took the wolf pelt and laughed.

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