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I am all about the warrior, hack and slash, shield, sword, heavy armor style of play. Will it benefit my leveling ability in TESO if I set those skills weak to start and give them more room to grow, or should I be starting strong with the stuff I am going to be using anyways?

I guess my broader question is:

What is level 50? Is it where all of your skills have maxed out and you move onto the PvP/ endgame stuff, or is it just a point on the way to having a 100% maxed character somewhere farther down the line?

I know skill trees merge and whatnot, but as far as basic skills... is everything topped off at lvl 50?
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Too soon to put a period on that but I think you will stop geting lvl perks (the magicka, stamina and like points) but still be able to rise "2 handed sword" skill and such.


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Looking at how previous ES games have handled it... And from what I've gathered from articles, interviews, etc. I would have to say that Nightniix is probably right. Eventually you will hit the lvl cap, with a few skills fully leveled, but not possibly all of your favorites.

Also, with faction perks, race perks, class perks, profession perks, and so on, you could easily not have enough points to spend on all the perks you want. This is a way of balancing MMOs. No one can be a fully perked uber god if they can play ESO 6 straight days a week.


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50 just means you can't level to gain skill points. You can always go out and find some sky shards to put towards your skill lines but you'll hafta go out of your way to get em. I'd say max out the skills related to your playstyle first. That way you get stronger playing how you want to play. And you can always level spells/abilities even after 50 (as in Fiery reach, a DK ability, can be levelled up to make it more an more powerful independently of your character's level).


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Always boost the skills that you are all about.


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actually you can start the pvp stuff at lvl ten. the developers have often implied WOW was a big influence, so maybe they'll patch higher and higher level caps.
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