This is the diary of me attempting to play Skyrim using only Illusion magic: I’m not allowed any weapons, armour, or magical items, and I can’t attack anyone directly. The first entry is here , or you can see all entries to date here . My attempts to play Skyrim using only Illusion magic have driven me to intentionally contract vampirism, for the sweet illusion powers it will provide. The disease takes three days to take hold, and I’ve spent them messing with the Stormcloak rebels for the Imperial Legion. My mission is to deliver some forged orders to a Stormcloak commander in Dawnstar, and on my first morning in town, it happens.”Your blood boils as your vampiric powers awaken.” The screen burns red, then my vision clears. I look around. No-one is staring at me. I switch to third person view to examine my face: it’s grim, steely, shadowed, haunted – so no change that I can see. I also don’t have the invisibility spell I was hoping for – I guess that, and the face stuff, come later.After looking left and right suspiciously, I find the Stormcloak commander and give him the fake orders. He’s fine with just… Read full this story
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