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Skyrim: The Hoarder by Isriana Skyrim: The Hoarder by Isriana
Give me any RPG which involves collecting stuff and I assure you I can fill up the whole inventory during the first five minutes of the gameplay. Seriously, in Skyrim I spend 60% of time encumbered carrying stuff between different merchants. And since my speech skill is nowhere near hundred they keep running out of gold all the time.
What about leaving some of the junk behind, then? At very least some of those linen wraps, enbalming tools and other practically worthless loot you can't even use for anything? Not going to happen. It's all mine! My own! My... precious. :crazy: Yup, not obsessive at all...

Skaila Skaran me
Lydia and Ulfberth War-Bear Bethesda
From the game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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AerynKelly13 Featured By Owner Dec 14, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is why I always console command my carry weight. I just CANNOT handle not picking up every. single. thing.
LordofGilneas Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I'm more of a honeyside person. Good ol riften!
SideQuestPubs Featured By Owner Nov 7, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
This is me in most Elder Scrolls games. (I know, I've already commented on that... about eight pages in. :roll: )
I was, and am, too OCD to leave the junk behind, not even for a second trip, and I used to rely way too heavily on God Mode just to get around the carry weight.
And until I could sell all the extra junk and make and/or repair the handful I wanted to keep, I'd keep getting distracted trying to figure out which weapon had the best stats, which one I could swing around for best results at my current level, and so on.

This time around I finally implemented a couple of mods that are slightly less cheating than God Mode: I created a ring with a ridiculously high constant effect feather enchantment for Morrowind…, I mean to do the same for Oblivion when I get around to playing it again, and for Skyrim....
In Skyrim, I wear the Ring of Godly Unburden wherever I go (a mod I found that adds like 10,000 points to my carry weight) and smelt down all that dishware and other metal junk (via the More Smelting Recipes mod) as soon as I get to a town.
Cuts down on the trips, the junk, and gives me loads of ingots for smithing all at the same time. :D And lets me concentrate on playing the game my way without all of the distr... ooh, shiny!

And speaking of being too OCD to leave anything behind, thanks to using that Ring of Godly Unburden, I found out just how much I've been relying on God Mode... when I kept getting my butt handed to me half a dozen times in a fight against the same three bandits because I insisted on poking around in their hideout. ^^;

Now if I could just get my homes organized. That's going to have to wait until I've finished building them, though; I have very specific plans for each of the Hearthfire homes, and the type of loot should reflect that... not to mention who I pick as steward for each one.
Bolt187 Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Lol, every Bethesda game ever XD
LordofGilneas Featured By Owner Nov 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
And we totally wouldn't want it any other way amirite?
Eramis8 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2014
I had to implement a strict rule for my looting in Skyrim. 5 gold for each point of weight. Has saved me many hours of backbreaking hoarding early-game.
TheTwistedAngel Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's why you should have a horse at all times!
If you're riding a horse you can still travel, even if you are over encumbered.
Gaimar Featured By Owner Edited Oct 13, 2014
That's how my room in Mages Guild in Morrowind looked like. Tonnes of weapons on the bed, tonnes of armour and clothes on the floor, hundreds of dwarven coins and artifacts on the drawer. And it really felt like home :-)
GwDuncan Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
That was me in my first playthrough, I got myself in control at the second to things which are actually worth much
Livi7162 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2014
That's so me in skyrim
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