So, it took me a hundred hours to finish The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Well, no, that’s a lie. I haven’t finished the game. I don’t know if there’s an ending to it. But I did finish a total of 60 quests (including the main quest, the “Liberation of Skyrim” quest, and the Companions quest), killed 883 people and 47 dragons, earned almost half a million gold, owns 3 houses, and is happily married to Aela the Huntress.
Also, I’ve unlocked 76% of the game’s achievements. I only need to unlock 12 more and Skyrim will be my first 100% game. The remaining achievements are mostly quests handed out by the Thieves Guild and The Dark Brotherhood. So, my next character will be a stealth type, preferably a Khajit (even though I’m not a cat person) because they look pretty cool in Skyrim.
However, I don’t want to go and unlock those achievements yet. I’ve been at this game, non-stop, for more than two weeks. I need a vacation from it. Besides, I have a couple of books to read, Batman: Arkham City to play, and the holidays are just around the bend. So, until those are done, I’ll be shelving Skyrim for the moment.