Greetings, wanderer! Looking for a build to read? A paticularly Role-Play heavy build? Well, you're in the right place! So, lets get into it. Many of you have played Oblivion, right? And many of you have played Shivering Isles? Well, if so, you will remember this lovely lady. Well, this is who I based my build on! Relmyna Verenim has returned, to cause even more pain, suffering, and sorrow than the last time. Without further ado, Warlord presents...

"I am Relmyna. Relmyna Verenim. Citizen of Dementia, successful scientist, and the most powerful sorceress to ever live. Nice to meet you. Now, to other buisness. Are you needing that tongue? I could put it to better use than you can. Hand it over."

Race: Dunmer, Female. Relmyna Verenim was a Dark Elf, and so... and so she still is!

Stone: The Mage > The Serpent. Nothing says torture like paralysis followed by veins full of poison.

Shouts: Drain Vitality, Marked for Death, Unrelenting Force

Stats: 3/1/1.

Major Skills: Conjuration, Destruction, Alchemy

Minor Skills: Restoration, One-Handed, Alteration

Apparel: Black Vampire Armor, Dunmer Shoes, Necromancer's Amulet, Ring of the Erutide, Thalmor Gloves

Weapon: Ebony Dagger

Quests: College of Winterhold, Dark Brotherhood, Main Quest, Volkihar, Blood on the Ice, Dragonborn, Served Cold, Master Spell Rituals

This build is all about magic. However, this build does not use magic in the usual way. Relmyna is a Necromancer, remember. But, she is not your traditional, frost-spamming Necromancer. She expirements upon her targets, and, when they are still alive, her goal is to cause them as much pain as possible.

Your Ebony Dagger is used for Role-Play (See Role-Play) but also is handy when magicka reserves are low and you need to defeat an enemy on low health. They can be found upon completion of the Dark Brotherhood. All the Initiate's carry them. The Vampire Armor looks similar to the outfit she wears in Oblivion. It can be found in Volkihar Keep, or on the corpses of dead vampires.

Dunmer Shoes can be obtained during Served Cold. They look good wqith the Telvani Robes, so thats what she wears. The Necromancers Amulet is obtained after completion of the quest Blood on the Ice. Its enchantments are very benificial to the build. Plus, it looks cool.

The Ring of the Erudite is a powerful tool for any sorceress. It has a very useful Fortify Magicka enchantment, especially earlier on, and the magicka regeneration is handy, too. Finally, the Thalmor Gloves are very fancy when worn with the Vampire Armor, and... yeah.

'Don't worry. If you die, I will bring you back to life. We have much to accompish. Now, tell me. At this very moment, which hurts more, your insides, or your outsides?'

As you can see from the above screenshot, you will know the build uses the black variant of the Vampire Armor. However, until you get this armor piece, gowith the Novice set from Helgen. However, it is very easy to find on the very first Dawnguard quest. It can be found on the corpse of many vampires.

Now, I have already listed the rest of the equipment and where to find it above. So, if you do not know where to get the armor, just check it there.

(More Coming after Move)

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Oh I remember this chick. She was the one who helped you make a new Gatekeeper, yes?

That's her!

What about using (female) Vampire armor? You can find many of them pre-enchanted with fortify Destruction/Conjuration & Magicka Regen and they look very similar to the picture found on the uesp site. I stretched her face so that she looks a bit more Skyrim-ish.
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Thanks, Rel

I loved the Shivering Isles dlc and creating the Gatekeeper was fun.
shivering isles was the best DLC made by bethesda, in my opinion.

Oh I think I remember you asking about this kind of build in the Build Recommendations or maybe the help desk?  Either way this character and the build so far look very interesting.  I have a soft spot for mad scientists.  I look forward to seeing how this progresses. 

Thanks, Vargr. I am going to attempt to find a way to lock people in cages so I can torture them xD

If your grabbing the Serpent Stone I'd add the Aetherial Crown to the character, that way you can use it infinitely by simply swapping it off (I'll link the method later), which could make the character really interesting from a magical stand point. 

So, I wanted to know if you were planning on creating some kind of Flesh Atronach (or Roleplaying one at least), I know there isn't really anything you could do to recreate one (unless there's some way to resurrect an Atronach somewhere...now that could be interesting). I've been thinking about a way to do something similar but if you took things like Human Flesh, Bones and Skulls you could mimic a ritual to summon something...Dunno just an idea. 

I'm really loving the presentation so far, and the idea is great so I'll be eagerly waiting to see what you do here Warlord 

Thank you, DB!
Yes, I see what you mean with the Aetherial Crown. I will add that soon.
As for the Flesh Atronach, I had the idea to try to make one, but I have no idea where to start.
Thanks you for the feedback!
How's this?
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Thats perfect! Thanks!

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