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#1  Edited By Corsaer

No, but The Witcher made me want to read Last Wish.

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#2  Edited By Corsaer
Zaapp1 said:
"If you're looking for something that feels good and can take a beating....
"
You should'a called yo momma!

I'm sorry, but I just couldn't resist.
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#3  Edited By Corsaer

Wendy's, from that list.

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#4  Edited By Corsaer
hazelnutman said:
"That's funny because I go on both sites and love them both.
"

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#5  Edited By Corsaer

I still buy CDs when I think there's one good enough to be worth my money.
I'm slowly building up my Iron Maiden collection.

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#6  Edited By Corsaer

If I had to choose:  Fallout 3 without another thought.

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#7  Edited By Corsaer

Krillin and his Destructo Disc, for the pure, unadulterated win.

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#8  Edited By Corsaer

UP THE IRONS!

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#10  Edited By Corsaer

Honestly, I would avoid any of the pre-made classes unless it looks exactly like something you would create yourself.
A lot of people when first starting out either don't really know you can fully create your own customized class, or the creation looks confusing to them so they go with pre-made.  When you build it yourself though, you're more attached to it, I feel, since it's truly yours.

Which type of character is more fun really depends on how you want to play.  If you think you want to play up close and personal, pick warrior skills and attributes for your class, maybe throw in the Restoration or Illusion skill.  If you're the sneaky type, then it's the thief skills and attributes, along with maybe Destruction or Illusion skills.  If you prefer magic, then go with the magic skills and attributes.  Don't be afraid to pour over the game manual and read up on skills and attributes so you can make the right decision to create a character you not only want to play, but one that is functional.

One thing that is important to note however, is how Oblivion's character leveling and scaling works:
Every enemy you fight in Oblivion will be scaled to your level.  So if your character is gaining levels mainly from using the Alchemy skill or Acrobatics or Athletics, or any other non-combat skill, then you will be at a disadvantage pretty early on until you can gain more levels by using your combat Major Skills.  Try to limit your non-combat Major Skills to one or two, and never include Alchemy as one of your Major Skills if you're worried about this.  Alchemy is insanely easy and quick to level, even without the benefit of being a Major Skill.

More information on level scaling and game mechanics below:

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