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This build is based on two things.
- Auto leveling. When playing Skyrim, you should keep in mind the following: you get 1k HP, the enemy gets 1k HP as well. So the lower your level is, the higher damage you deal relative to the enemy's HP. So we don't use what we don't need.
- Fortify Destruction potions are... enormously tedious to make. Everyone I saw on the YouTube says, "Make a strong potion." I tried that. It sucks. 10-20 potions take hours to make, but they get consumed in 10-20 minutes. Gathering ingredients is not an easy thing, and refreshing the store inventory is not a quick way for finding those four ingredients either. Believe me, I really did this. I wish I hadn't. You may say, "I need potions for bosses only". Now think carefully. 98% of the time your damage will be lower only to get higher during episodic boss fights. Do you really need this?
Breton. Bretons are the best. 25% magic resistance is OP.
Stats and Skills
- Health Mana Stamina. All goes to Health. You don't need anything else.
- Enchanting 100. Extra Effect is a must here. We need to cap magic resistance and place a second enchantment on weapons.
- Heavy armor 100. It may not reach 567, but will be pretty close without smithing.
- One-Handed 100. I also suggest using daggers or a dagger in the off-hand and a sword in the main hand.
- Destruction 60. We need to get all six Augments.
- Everything else 0.
- Distributed Perks can be found here. You can see 37 perks there, yet the maximum level will be 35. That is 34 perks only. Use the Black Book: Waking Dreams to remove all the points from Enchanting when it is not needed.
You will need the following enchantments without the Unofficial Patch.
- Head - Zahkriisos
- Amulet - Fortify Destruction/Resist Magic
- Ring - Fortify Destruction/Fortify Health
- Chest - Fortify Destruction/Fortify Destruction and Magicka Regen
- Hands - Fortify Heavy Armor/Fortify One-Handed
- Feet - Resist Fire/Resist Frost
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- Chest - Fortify Destruction/Fortify Health
Weapon enchantments should be the following:
Follow these steps to make it work:
- Get 770 gold. Chop wood or do some quests. It will be needed to hire Teldryn. (20 to get to Windhelm + 250 to get to Solstheim + 500 for the guy) He is the best mercenary you can get for now.
- Complete the Book of Love quest and take the Lord Stone. This will make you a bit more tanky.
- Do the Mages guild. Make sure to get Firebolt when you enter it. In Mzulft, Dwarven Spheres can drop Greater Soul Gems that you will need to craft an Atronach staff. Save/reload before the fight if none dropped. One is a must to progress further. Collect all the filled soul gems and pieces of clothing on the way.
- Start the Dawnguard DLC. Get Serana and keep her as a second follower for a while. Every time you level enchanting, don't forget to switch to the Mage Stone and sleep in an inn to get 30% boost to skill growth.
- Farm Mzinchaleft, Nchuand Zel, and Alftand to get 120-130 filled soul gems. Maybe 2 times each. You will also need 4 Grand Soul Gems. It should not be an issue, provided that 1 can be taken from the Arch-Mage's quarters or even 2 if 30 days pass.
- Level Enchanting to 80. Enchant 4 pieces to get 0 mana cost.
- Progress with the Dawnguard DLC. There is a Falmer in the Inner Sanctum that can have any Expert level spell book. Save/reload before the entrance to roll the one you need.
- Progress with the main quest and talk to the Greybeards. After that start doing the Dragonborn DLC up to the point of Cleansing the Stones.
- Go to Neloth and do Reluctant Steward for him. Craft two Expert Destruction staves.
- Level Enchanting to 100 and get Seeker of Sorcery and Ahzidal's Set to boost your enchantments.
- Use the Enchanter's Elixir from the place where you fought Durnehviir and craft your endgame gear. The chest, hand, and foot pieces will need to be updated though, when you get a higher tier armor.
Some miscellaneous tips:
- I usually get 5000 gold ASAP to marry someone. This is the best income you can get without trading.
- Killing dragons is a good source of income as well. Make sure to open all dragon lairs on the map so you can revisit them when they respawn.
- Atronach scrolls are very useful before you get a staff.
- Spend all the gold after purchasing a house to level the Heavy Armor skill.
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