The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Light Armor

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Light Armor

With so many customization option given by the game, creating your character is not going to be too hard. We have taken a good look at each of the races available and understood that each one of them comes with its own strengths and weaknesses: some are better suited at being warriors while others are better at magic or stealth.

In creating your character and getting him or her ready for battle and adventure you’ll probably need some good understanding on how skills work. Skills determine your proficiency at everything that can be done in the world of Skyrim. Unlike previous The Elder Scrolls game, skills aren’t determined by the character class: the specialization of skills comes with the Perks system.

All Skills improve depending on the action you do: improving some of them can be somewhat tedious. There are other ways to improve skills without having to repeat some actions over and over: you can improve them by getting your hand on a Skill Book or find some Trainers who will help you improve specific skills.

Trainers can only train you five times per level: to get them to train you again you will have to raise you level. This limit doesn’t apply to a single trainer but to all: if you have already trained three times with a single trainer, you can only train two more times with another trainer. To start training again you will have to level up.

Some followers will also be able to train you: this actually comes with an advantage since you can get your money back by going through their inventory.

There’s also another trick to earn some good XP if you have the horse Shadowmere: this horse cannot be damaged by magic, direct and ranged attacks. Keep attacking him to earn some easy XP.

  • Light Armor

Light Armor provides decent protection without slowly down characters too much. It also makes you quieter when moving, making it the choice of armor if you’re using a stealth build. With the use of enchantments these light pieces of armors can become quite useful.

Perks

  • Agile Defender

Increase armor rating for Light armor by 20%.

  • Custom Fit
  • LV 30

25% Armor bonus if wearing all Light Armor: head, chest, hands, feet.

  • Unhindered
  • LV 50

Light Armor weighs nothing and doesn’t slow you down when worn.

  • Wind Walker
  • LV 60

Stamina regenerates 50% faster in all Light Armor: head, chest, hands, feet.

  • Deft Movement
  • LV 100

10% chance of avoiding all damage from a melee attack while wearing all Light Armor: head, chest, hands, feet.

  • Matching Set
  • LV 70

Additional 25% Armor bonus if wearing a matched set of Light Armor.


Article from Gamersyndrome.com

Share

Related posts:

  1. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Heavy Armor
  2. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Skills Overview
  3. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Enchanting
  4. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Alteration
  5. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Character Building Guide: Blocking
Game advertisements by <a href="http://www.game-advertising-online.com" target="_blank">Game Advertising Online</a> require iframes.

About the Author

avatar Gamer since 1989, Japanese culture and gaming lover and former JRPG enthusiast, heavy metal musician. 24 hours a day are too little to balance gaming, studying, working and playing in band!