Top 10 Things We Want In the Elder Scrolls VI
There were never Throwing Knives in a Elder Scrolls game; despite the fact mods were available for that.
But Throwing knives would be a incredibly cool idea for The Elder Scrolls VI.
Anyone who has played the 3rd Elder Scrolls will be familiar with spears, a lot of people are demanding for them to return.
Hmm. The last time I made a class in Daggerfall I completely failed at it. Also, why do you not include Daggerfall and Arena in you explanations?
Creating a class is essential for RPG games. This feature is absent in Elder Scrolls V.
Elder Scrolls IV had the best character creation, it was so open to the point where you can make your character look horribly ugly, with absurd face shapes, unusual hair colors, and finishing it off with giving the character a very funny name.
In past Elder Scrolls games; you can get rumors from any NPC, play speechcraft with them; Those are absent in Elder Scrolls V. These features returning in Elder Scrolls VI will result beating it's predecessor by miles.
In Elder Scrolls V, Hammerfell is a province that got mentioned constantly. That sounds like the next game will most likely take place there.
Elder Scrolls III is about The Traitorous Tribunal
Elder Scrolls IV is about The Daedra
Elder Scrolls V is about Dragons
Elder Scrolls VI should be about the Dwemer because once upon a time, Hammefell belonged to the Dwemer, and there are so many Dwemer ruins in Hammefell.
In Elder Scrolls V, there were so many, "Go give this dude my Sword quest". After completing that quest, the quest giver will start acting like he or she has known you for years. Reducing these quests in Elder Scrolls VI will make the game better.
In Elder Scrolls III, and Elder Scrolls IV, you have the Arena; for those who only played Elder Scrolls V, you fight one, two, or three combantants who range from spells to bows to melee, as you win each match you rank up.
Oh, I thought you were wanting to return the first game. Dear lord, let that never happen. Those rats are really hard to kill...
With Arena absent in Elder Scrolls V, it got something softer, which is called Marriage. This is a gimmick to get more people who like "The Sims", to buy Elder Scrolls V. What Marriage does is turns the NPC you made your spouse into a ATM machine.
Even though the combat system is fairly good. It lacked tactics and better Dodge mechanics. We need better combat.
Just take a look at todays gaming industry. AAA titles without them are rare but can be found.