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I felt we needed a page that lists in one place all of the various activities/jobs/trades/crafts that Bethesda has added to the game. But I'm not sure whether 'Activities' is the best name for the page. Any better suggestions?
I was also wondering whether we should mention some of the smaller game features we've heard about: e.g., swimming in rivers to catch fish; disposing of bodies in rivers and watching them float away. On the other hand, I don't want it to expand into a list of all the crazy things people come up with -- we don't need another 'Things to do When You're Bored' article. So can we come with a way to define what belongs and what doesn't, or should we just stick to "formally" defined activities? --NepheleTalk 23:23, 9 October 2011 (UTC)
- Sorry I'm a bit late. How about when the Skyrim main page is finished, (the one with quests, combat, fame, magic, infamy, maps, services, character creation etc) this could go under a sub-heading called "miscellaneous activities" (probably spelled that wrong) or something like that. Also, there will probably need to be a page for the random encounters that can happen in skyrim, similar to Red Dead Redemption.RIM 19:08, 28 October 2011 (UTC)
- We could just put a few pages on the main page instead of "Activities." Crafting/Gathering, Jobs, and Interactions. we would probably need a miscellaneous gameplay section too, for mechanics like sleeping. --Xainiax 10:39, 12 November 2011 (UTC)
- Also, with hide and seek and tag, an objective appears saying "find X" which likely means that other mini-games and activities have objective markers of some sort which should make it easier to define actual activities.RIM 22:20, 5 November 2011 (UTC)
I've enchanted an item, crafted many things, and have yet to make a potion, but when I cooked a goat leg, I got the achievement, along with Hard Worker. Apparently cooked items count as potions? --RandomPlayer268 22:31, 15 April 2012 (UTC)