Completion of Oblivion

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Completion of Oblivion

Postby FalconReaper » Mon Sep 18, 2006 3:36 pm

How many people have completed Oblivion. I'm not talking about just the main quest im talking Main Quest and like 3 factions completed. Also is their someone out their who has completed The Whole game 100%? Thats like All houses, everything found on the map, all caves and ayleid ruins filled out and really high health, magyk and fatigue.

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Postby Fljotsdale » Mon Sep 18, 2006 4:19 pm

FalconReaper wrote:How many people have completed Oblivion. I'm not talking about just the main quest im talking Main Quest and like 3 factions completed. Also is their someone out their who has completed The Whole game 100%? Thats like All houses, everything found on the map, all caves and ayleid ruins filled out and really high health, magyk and fatigue.



Not me. I haven't even done the main quest once!I've had a few goes at it, but it irritates me to death that areas around gates slow everything down to a crawl even when the damn game doesn't crash...

I HAVE bought all houses, done Mage, Fighter and Thief guilds (not DB). and a lot of other minor city quests, but I doubt I've done everything.
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Postby Ashen » Mon Sep 18, 2006 6:05 pm

Nope, and I've been playing since it came out. I did buy all the house, and finished all the guilds, except for DB where I'm half way there, and true enough I think I have explored a lot of the map. Am in no hurry though, am playing MW again. Slow is good.
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Postby Siberys » Mon Sep 18, 2006 6:48 pm

Once now. I did a completion, then created a temp game to cheat and have all the journal logs, every one of them that was in the cheat was also in the legit save game.
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Postby Gobatcha » Mon Sep 18, 2006 8:06 pm

Been there...almost

Did the main quest. Did all the Guilds. Did all the Misc quests. Visited all the wayshrines. Visited all the Doomstones. Did the Easter Eggs. I was simultaneously working on the Deadric quests and killed Umbra before I knew she was Umbra and broke the quest line there, otherwise I would have finished the Deadric quests too. There's still lots to do - visit unmentioned dungeons and such, but I'm tired of the hack and slash. So I picked up Morrowind because of what I read about it on this forum. I love it. No little pointer telling me where to go. No little quest log telling me exactly what to do. More thinking.
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Postby The Yank » Fri Oct 20, 2006 4:54 am

Gobatcha wrote: . So I picked up Morrowind because of what I read about it on this forum. I love it. No little pointer telling me where to go. No little quest log telling me exactly what to do. More thinking.

you can download a mod that removes the map pointer I believe.

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Postby beornica » Fri Oct 20, 2006 8:51 am

I don't think there's really any way of knowing, since there's a million tiny little quests that you only find at farmhouses out in the middle of no where, etc. You'd have to comb every square inch of the map, not to mention do it all again when you're level 30 or so, since some quests only come up at certain levels...
you know what they say about all work and no play...
It's totally not worth the monetary rewards!!!

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Postby Gobatcha » Sat Oct 21, 2006 7:22 pm

Been done, by myself, amongst many others...

I don't think there's really any way of knowing, since there's a million tiny little quests that you only find at farmhouses out in the middle of no where, etc. You'd have to comb every square inch of the map, not to mention do it all again when you're level 30 or so, since some quests only come up at certain levels...


Okay, there isn't a million tiny little quests. Of course that's an exageration. HOWEVER, some of these 'tiny' quests can reward you with awesome equipment. There's a certain shield that springs to mind.
The quests that you can find in the remote areas/farms/inns/taverns are not level dependent. These 'misc quests' can be done at any level at any time. Each location is marked on the [url="http://www.gamebanshee.com/oblivion/mapofcyrodiil.php"]map[/url] provided by Gamebanshee. SPOILER NOTE: [color="Black"]there is at least one area not marked on this map that is quest dependent.[/color]. Search an you shall find.
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Postby Siberys » Sat Oct 21, 2006 8:06 pm

I don't think there's really any way of knowing, since there's a million tiny little quests that you only find at farmhouses out in the middle of no where, etc. You'd have to comb every square inch of the map, not to mention do it all again when you're level 30 or so, since some quests only come up at certain levels...


Erm, there is a way of knowing, there is a cheat that will fill your journal with every quest entry in the game, thus why I say I have completed it. I have legitimately done EVERY quest.
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Postby beornica » Sun Oct 22, 2006 9:59 am

oh, pardon moi... :laugh:
you know what they say about all work and no play...
It's totally not worth the monetary rewards!!!

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Postby REal953 » Fri Oct 27, 2006 2:54 pm

I have also beaten the game. I had stopped playing it for a wile but now i have started making mods and the game is now interesting again. But now I think that Morrowind was a better game after the main quest was complete, but Oblivion is still a great game.
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