the reason why i’m listing this as a list of “shoulds” is because, while it does matter to me, it’s not really a “should” in my book. I’m not saying that you should never go that way, but it is not a “must.
Yes, skyrim is an epic puzzle game, but it also has an extremely steep learning curve. Its a maze puzzle game, where you start out with a very specific set of skills but as you become more and more skillful, you learn new skills to make you even better at the task. This is also where you really need people to guide you through the game, which is where you would ideally have an advisor like myself guiding you in your quest as well.
In the video above, we see a girl who says to me, “I’m like a ghost. Like a ghost…” I’m like, “How do you know that?” She’s like, “I know I’m a ghost.” I’m like, “A ghost? That’s a really stupid question to ask a girl.” She’s like, “No, I’m not a ghost. I’m an invisible girl.
This is your first game, and you’re a mage. So you need an instructor. You need someone you trust to tell you how to play the game. In this case, we see a mage named Jyn Erl. She is the only instructor we’ve seen in the game so far. She teaches us how to play the game in a very straightforward, very easy-to-understand way.
The fact that weve never seen a mage before is both a good thing and a bad thing. I think its good because it means that when we play the game, well be able to recognize certain people and their special skills. A mage can learn the game much quicker than a player can because she has to memorize the basic combat system.
As it turns out, Jyn seems to be playing a very simple game, because she doesnt even have a special skill. That means she is just another level-one spell-caster who has the magic attribute, but can only cast a spell when she is in combat with someone else with the special skills. Because being an advanced mage doesnt require much time to learn.
That is a very good analogy to what happens to mages. A mage who learns their spell system very quickly can simply cast a spell in combat but if the game requires a mage to memorize the spell system, she can’t cast her spells in combat because she won’t be able to memorize the spells. So while a mage is capable of casting her spells very quickly, she is unable.
For example, a mage who learns their spell system very quickly can simply cast a spell in combat but if the game requires a mage to memorize the spell system, she cant cast her spells in combat because she wont be able to memorize the spells. So while a mage is capable of casting her spells very quickly, she is unable.
So if a mage learns their spell system very quickly then they probably won’t be able to cast spells in combat. Because while a mage can memorize their spells, they aren’t able to cast their spells.
While spell system is a bit of a red herring, its pretty much the reason why mages cant be used to kill people. Since they cant cast spells, they can’t be used to kill people. So if they learn their spell system, and they wont be able to cast their spells, they cannot kill people.