For some reason when I did this I got a major jump and wasn't able to get potions that were at +73,000 percent. My potions went from +8,000 % to over +1,000,000 and I had to reload my hard save and go with the +8,000% because anything higher gave my enchantments negatives (but only the enchantments). Improving turned out scary great but when I enchanted my armor it all fell into the negative by about 6 billion points.
Originally Posted by pined5551
Personally I think doing this would take all the fun out of the game.
I'm with you on this. I just made my armor tonight as a way to seek revenge on the game for forcing me to delete my mage and start all over again. I went Orcish tank this time with intent to make this armor and just annihilate. It was fun for a little while, but after one-shotting a dragon with my Daedric bow I've already considered crafting a new set. I have 13 extra Daedra hearts and acquiring the Ebony ingots required would be nothing as I'm sitting on 160,000 gold in profits from potion sales and general dungeon looting.
I didn't wait until I had all this stuff ready before questing, I did it as I went along. Took me to level 50 to get everything in order as Method prescribed. I couldn't just sit in Whiterun grinding it out. I had to adventure. But yeah, it's not that fun and I'll probably just keep this suit for when I decide to go after that Master Criminal cheev, as it's waaaay too expensive to be able to sell it to anyone.
Fun Fact: In old Nordic slang, to "take an arrow to the knee" meant someone got married and in fact has nothing to do with being physically shot in the knee with an arrow.
Currently in the Borderlands, breaking the backs of mules.