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It's over, pewdiepie, dsp, etc are finished and vidya is saved
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So guys I had an incredible revelation today.
I realized that skyrim isn't an rpg.
Now this might be controversial to some of you but hear me out.
Skyrim are lacking so many key functions required in an rpg that it basically isn't an rpg any more, but more of a open world linear dragon slaying experience.
Think about this, nothing you ever do in skyrim has any effect. Nothing you do has any effect on the world you live in.
After you complete the game no one acknowledge that you just saved the world, and no one cares, it such a dead "world" that it's more empty than Half-Life 2 which is a completely linear gaming experience.
The only thing I really ever noticed had any effect on the world at all was once, after you kill your first dragon, people actually care about you as the dragonborn, and continue to refer to you as the dragonborn.
After this, nothing you do, or more likely, there is nothing you can do to impact the world further.
In morrowind, all you have to do is join one of the native houses and it will instantly result in you unable to join any other houses. It will lower your disposition with some factions, higher it with some and others will not care. It shows that there are layers of possible interactions, if you join the Imperial guard your disposition towards all guards will increase, and that could in turn let you get off the hook when committing smaller crimes.
However in skyrim, there is no disposition at all.
I guess some people who intend to defend skyrim might say "But you can join the stormcloaks or the imperials in skyrim! You cant join both!"
Big fucking whoop. Does joining either have any effect on the game? If you join the imperial can you still walk around in winterhold? (I actually had to look this up, even though I have 200 hours in skyrim, I completely forgot)
The answer, is no. There are no ramifications either way, it's basically the same as the mass effect 3 ending. You make one choice, and then you get either red or blue armor.