This is an unofficial guide for The Elder Scrolls V : Skyrim game. It's the ultimate free reference for Skyrim and the only one you will ever need. It includes :
- Characters : Races, Perks, Archetype, Lycanthropy, Vampirism...
- Basics : General Tips, Leveling Guide, Combat Guide...
- Quests : Main Quest
- Gameplay : Magic, Skills, Items, Crafting, Marriage, Dragons...
- Universe : Cities, People, Guilds, Daedric Gods, Houses, Standing Stones...
- Tools : Chat Room, Skyrim News
- Support both Landscape and Portrait modes
And much more…
Disclaimer : This App is in no way affiliated or associated with "Bethesda Softworks". All trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
Ratings and Reviews
for free its awesome, and offline too!
it works off line!! if you dont have internet at home, and do at work (first, your cheap!!, and second I’m the same boat :p) this app is great, if nothing else the quest guides are awesome, especially for a game that really needs a little explaining, (i love ya bethesda but i get soo lost sometimes!!) either way if ur noob-ly (in skyrim) and need a little filler info, (or some one to hold your hand in the dark dank depths (strictly metaphorically) you could do worse, (like all the other free skyrim apps).. won’t pay for premium version however, convenient, not essential, ill just google the stuff you locked for payed version, frugal on fellow app users!
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I'm only rating this app 5 stars because Skyrim is awesome!!!!!! This should actually be about 3 stars. It covers more than I thought it would, but it still doesn't cover everything. Yes, Skyrim Wiki is WAYYYY more helpful and some of the articles in this app have like 2 sentences of information. I don't know why they couldn't be a little more detailed. Anyway, don't upgrade it because it's pointless and it just costs money. They're trying to get you to upgrade it all the time and it's kinda of annoying. In-N-Out Burger is REALLY good. Good-bye and FUS RO DAH!!!!!!!!!
I honestly love this app, everything is perfect! The leveling guide is better than Ramen Noodles, I love Ramen Noodles! There is an extremely minor thing though, the sneak guide. In the sneaking guide it says to attack the Greybeard, that is a dangerous way to do it, I just do it at Helgan, in the keep. When you can choose to go with either Ralof or Hadvar, choose Ralof, and do the following:
-Get the dead man's gear
-Watch Ralof run around the room looking for an exit
-Kill the Imperials
Quickly search the Imperial Captain's body (If you don't get to it before Ralof does, Ralof will get her key.)
-Get her key
-Ralof will tell you that you need to use the key to open the door, do NOT open the door!
-Ralof will jog over to the door, follow him and crouch
-Start attacking him while sneaking, it WILL take a while to level it up fully
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