Just watched an orc try to pickpocket a vampire hunter on Oblivion.
The vampire hunter and his three buddies all went apeshit, chased the orc around an inn and murdered him in his room.
Next, a town guard ran into the inn and beat the crap out of the vampire hunter.
His friends just stood there and watch him be massacred.
The guard approached the corpse, knelt down and felt for a pulse.
He acted alarmed and sad that the person he just killed was, in fact, dead.
Artificial intelligence is a misleading term.
It’s time to continue my services to the Mages Guild.
Not even ashamed.
>last quest for the Thieves’ Guild
>extremely lengthy quest
>required: bow, special arrow, and enough supplies for forever
>archer character, already have bow
>playing through ridiculously long dungeon with no hope of returning where I came because I’ll get caught by guards
>so many enemies, so using my bow a lot
>get through most of the dungeon, just before I need to use the special arrow
>bow breaks on a skeleton
>kill me please
Just watched my companion on Oblivion get headbutted to death by a minotaur.
>having trouble beating final arena match on Oblivion
>travel all over Cyrodiil and rob all the alchemy stores
>become potion god
>obliterate all who oppose me
I’m hungry and tired, and I can’t decide whether to save Cyrodiil or Hyrule.
Life is so arduous at times.
What should I do?