- Jul 17, 2012
I became a dragonborn as Ayrenn. What are even the chances of legitimately becoming dragonborn? This is probably the first time I've become one without cheating.
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30-40 years? At least with previous versions of the mod the event fired almost immediately after game start, and this time it only took two years. A whopping 30 or 40 years sounds like a lot of time for this.I'm pretty sure if you do a search for "Dragonborn" and filter it so it only shows you my posts you'll be able to find me give the exact values from the mod file. I can't remember off the top of my head exactly what the MTTH would be, but if memory serves the Altmer have a reduced chance of getting the event. For me, most of my games end up with a Dragonborn within 30-40 years though.
I also just went to have a look at the event file and found out the MTTH is 5000 years, with Altmer having a factor of 20, as opposed to for example Nords with a factor of 0.5.
This is the first time I've seen the Alliance War go really badly for the alliances. All three forces made a white peace with Clivia after being swamped by daedra. The Aldmeri Dominion has lost all territory on Alinor, with half in the hands of daedra and the other half controlled by peasants/bandits. Most of Black Marsh is in daedric hands too, as is half of Hammerfell. You can see in the religious map-mode how much land is controlled by daedra-worshippers by the shaded territories.
Yup, I don't even know what happened.... but I think it's safe to blame it on Sheogorath, it seems like something he'd do for fun cause he got bored.
That's exactly what happened. The Emperor or a predecessor must have asked Sheogorath for a blessing. Other telltale signs of Sheogorath's activity include cheese or apples raining from the sky, sudden small leaps in technology and people getting squashed by basking sharks.