**•Classic Warrior Build Tips!•**
•You need a weapon in one hand such as a: Sword, Axe or Mace with a shield in the other. You can either do a "shield-bash" or a "power attack" to stagger your opponent whilst making time for you to effectively slice them up. You could also use a bow for taking out enemies at a distance, then switching back to your shield & melee weapon of choice as they approach you. If you want to deal double damage, dual-wielding is a great option! It's really effective with groups of enemies (especially with the perks: "Dual Flurry" & "Dual Savagery") because you can kill madami large enemy numbers quickly. However, there is no pinagmulan of defence except heavy armor. It is a good idea to take note of where you want the fight to take place. Make sure you have enough room to manoeuvre around & have enough room to dodge if needed. Do not let yourself get surrounded, your shield will not be effective if you get attacked from behind. If you do get surrounded, use a shout (Unrelenting Force/Whirlwind Sprint/Cyclone) to get them and/or you away from the action to give you time to have a health & stamina potion. Let enemies come to you so you have plenty of time to prepared or combat. (This is most effective when either facing one or two enemies. If you get ambushed, it's best to flea and lure smaller numbers at a time.) Follow the opponent's attack pattern so you'll know when to use a shield bash, power attack or just a regular attack to diminish their health. You should do a shield bash when enemies are about to attack. This will stagger them allowing you time to hack 'n' slash away and when they are trying to block your attacks, you should do a power attack to break through their defences.
One of the best techniques for your own defence is to ALWAYS block before you attack. That is as in: "Let the enemy attack before you do." That way, after they attack, they will be stunned for a short period of time depending on the weapon they're using.
#Health & Stamina:
•To either restore health or stamina, you need Health & Stamina potions. HEAPS of them! You will frequently blocking and doing power attacks as well as running and getting bashed from all directions so will need to heal yourself often. You need lots of health & stamina to be an effective warrior. Try to spread these upgrades as evenly as possible when levelling up.
#Aid In Combat: •Followers come in VERY handy when you go out questing & adventuring. You will need a follower to: carry your equipment,
help you take down enemies & distract them giving you a fighting chance.
#Protection, Enchantments & Smithing buffs:
(You MUST get the perks listed for these skills before doing any of the following:)
• Armsman 5/5
•Hack 'n' Slash (Axe) Bladesman (Sword) or Bone-Breaker (Mace)
#NOTE# You can also get the "Heavy Armor/Shield" perks if you wish. If you can't get all the perks listed ^ *above, it does not matter, they're only guide-lines.
•All "Heavy Armor" perks (right side of tree)
After you've got all of the "Heavy Armor" smithing perks, you can enchant other rings, gauntlets & necklaces with "Fortify Smithing. You should also create a potion of "Fortify Smithing " to improve your weapons & armor even further. After this, go to a forge (with the correct materials) to craft/improve the weapon, helmet, armor piece, gauntlets & boots that you'll be mainly using.
With your now improved gear, you have to gather at least 4 filled "Grand Soul Gems." make a "Fortify Enchanting" potion. Drink it and
start enchanting your smithed gear with "fortification, absorption & damage-boosting enchantments" such as: fortify health, fortify stamina, fortify heavy armor, fortify carry weight, apoy damage, frost damage, shock damage, absorb health or absorb stamina. You can also dual enchant all of your gear so you can become even madami powerful.
If you get the "Steed Stone," it will increase your carry weight sa pamamagitan ng +100 allowing you to carry madami & getting zero movement penalty from Heavy Armor.
Another recommended stone is the "Lord Stone" as it gives you 50 points of total damage resistance as well as 25% magic resistance.
If you're dual-wielding your weapons, it is EXTREMELY effective to enchant one with "absorb health" and the other, "absorb stamina" so you can simultaneously receive health & stamina from enemies as you hit them. With the "Extra Effect" perk, you could also add elementor damage such as frost, shock or apoy as well as absorbing health & stamina. For an extra bonus, you can get the perks: "Dual Flurry" & "Dual Savagery."
sa pamamagitan ng now you should be one of the most bad*ss & powerful warriors in all of Tamriel let alone Skyrim! Enjoy being able to decapitate your foes limb-by-limb, absorbing their health & stamina as your own and watch their ash piles disappear beneath your Legendary Dragon-Plated feet!
Here's a link to Part 4 of my guide: "Pure Mage" link
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