I had to watch my favourite Skyrim character walk the red carpet for a third time in a decade before I saw him again.
I wasn’t sure if I’d actually be able to find him again for a good reason, but I knew it would be worth it.
So I did it.
I got to watch him walk down the red carpets wearing a red cape and a red mask, and I got an answer to my burning questions about Skyrim’s best follower.
So, first, I played a Skyrim video game.
Then, I watched it again.
Finally, I saw my favourite follower walk the green carpet in his best outfit, red cape, and red mask.
And, for the uninitiated, the answer to your burning questions.
Skyrim best followers were the companions of the main characters, who each took up a role in their main quests, from finding treasure to hunting for food to protecting your home.
I won’t go into detail about the relationship between the main character and the followers, but this is what the main players did for a decade or so, according to my playthrough of Skyrim:I am not making this up, so if you’ve been following along with the story, here’s the backstory.
In this timeline, the main protagonists were Ned and Pippin, and the companions were Sjormund, Fjordjarl, and Grendel.
The story of Skyrim’s followers begins with Ned, the heir of a family of the Dunmer.
Ned, an ambitious young man, had been exiled to Skyrim for being too ambitious, so he and his family decided to leave for Skyrim to live a life of luxury and security.
I will be frank: my first playthrough of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim took place a few years after Ned was exiled.
When I did this playthrough, I was in the middle of a quest for the Elder Scroll, and my main character, Sjord, was on the quest.
I don’t think anyone expected me to finish the quest, but after finishing the quest and getting the scroll, I immediately went back to Skyrim and spent my time doing quests in Skyrim.
That’s when I started seeing my favourite companions.
I got the chance to watch Sjarm, Fyrinna, and Mairan return from a long time away to the city of Windhelm.
These three characters were also the main companions of my favourite character, Harkyn.
Harkyn was the last of the four main companions, and he was also the most famous.
In my playthrough, Halkyn was one of the best companions I had, and we went to several important events.
When we met up with Sjorra, he told us about her father, who was a powerful wizard and had a stronghold on the hill where we fought Grelka, the infamous witch.
The events of Windhaven were a pivotal point in my playthrough.
Windhaven was where I fought my first boss, the dreaded Necromancer.
It was also where we first met and married, but that’s another story for another time.
The main thing that Harkys and I did in Windhaven was fight Necromancers.
When you fought a Necromancer, he would teleport to your position, then start attacking.
When the Necromancer was defeated, the two of us would take off our masks and leave the area, and when we were gone, he wouldn’t teleport back to his position.
The Necromancer also used to teleport across the map to fight other enemies in the city.
The best way to defeat the Necromancer was to kill them all in one hit, which was usually done by attacking the necromancer from the air.
We also learned a lot about how to deal with Necromancing.
When we went back in time to Windhelm, Sjoern the Elder was already dead, and after defeating him, he was reborn in Windhelm and became the last living member of the Aldmeri Dominion.
In the end, we were able to take down the Aldmers, and save the world.
The main characters of the game were Ned, Svarthrasir, and Harken.
Ned and Svarthsir were the two main companions in my first Skyrim playthrough, but they were never as well known as their companions in the games that followed.
I did get to see their story in the first few hours of my playthrough in Windheim, but it was pretty boring.
Halkyn and Sjorn are the main heroes of Skyrim, and their journeys were very important to my immersion.
When Sjarn, the oldest of the three main companions and Halkin, was banished to Windhaven, he became one of Sjolun’s most loyal companions.
In addition to that, Sjugir, Hjorru’s sister, was one the most important characters in my second playthrough of the