What's the greatest mystery in Skyrim?

OXM: For a game whose NPCs routinely spill their guts to complete strangers, Skyrim is awfully good at leaving questions hanging.

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dirigiblebill2544d ago

The presence of Vvardenfell, Imperial City and Solstheim on the disc. WTF.

dinkeldinkse2543d ago (Edited 2543d ago )

The fact I can annihilate the entire Stormcloak Army with ease, but fighting a whole town's guards is pretty much suicide.

Edit: What Snookies12 said.

Snookies122543d ago

The fact I can beat an old lady over and over with my Mace of Molag Bal, yet not be able to kill her because she is "important". Yet the Dragonborn can be killed, obviously he/she isn't all that important to the game...

Fylus2543d ago (Edited 2543d ago )

Jokes aside (Though they're totally true, guys), the greatest mystery I experienced was randomly discovering the lost city of Blackreach.

Sure, about 80 hours later when I decided to start the main quest I found out the main quest requires a trip through Blackreach, but since I discovered it completely on my own the first time, having absolutely no idea of it's beautiful existence, I'm sure most of you can imagine what the experience was like.