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There are other cases in which you will need to have a sense of when dawn takes place. For example, when you set up a wedding, you are told the ceremony takes place the next day between dawn and dusk. Granted, you could shoot for the middle of the day to eliminate any concern, but it may put minds at ease to know your parameters.
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Technically speaking, Skyrim considers dawn to begin at 5AM. That said, Falion begins making his way to your meeting place at around 3AM. He will then remain at the meeting place until 7AM. Additionally, weddings (though stated as between dawn and dusk) take place between the business hours of 8AM to 8PM.
Falion in Morthal can perform a ritual to cure vampirism. He requires a filled black soul gem. I should be careful not to be Blood-Starved when I meet with him or he won't trust me enough to help.
Return to Morthal and speak with Falion, giving him the filled black soul gem. He will tell the Dragonborn to meet him at dawn (between 4 and 6 AM) at the Summoning Stones, which is located to the North of town. Go there and meet him as he instructed, then watch him perform the ritual. Make sure to feed first, otherwise Falion will not have trust enough to help. If Falion chooses to attack or if the Dragonborn becomes a stage 4 vampire before or as Falion begins the ritual (at which point he will attack) using a calm spell (or Voice of the Emperor if they are an Imperial) will stop Falion from attacking and he will complete the ritual. The screen will fade to black, and when vision returns, the vampirism will be gone.
Sunset Shimmer almost succeeded in taking over Canterlot High, stopped the Sirens from taking over her new home, and managed to prevent the destruction of two worlds. She feels that she deserves a break and decides to return to Equestria during her summer break. Unfortunately, when she enters the portal she appears in a land that is different from the worlds she's already been to. Now she has to save this world before she can even focus on returning home.
6673280 Well, Sunset likely acted like a thief until she got by in the Equestria Girls world. Well, we'll find out what her style is and her plans when the future shows itself... though one does have to wonder where Tirek disappeared off to.
6678435 Sometimes I like to do the good deed to Lucan Valerius, just so I can have a laugh when Farengar realizes that I already acquired the stone for him.Though Bjorn and Aela... for some reason I think there could have been something between them...
6695634 True. That is very true. I mean, Bjorn could have been the one, but until the moment that Sunset learned Fus, even without know that she had, it was clear.Still, I'm wondering how she'll react to the news when she fights the dragon.
The TIMEOFDAY (ToD) parameters allow for precise control of when ENB effects are applied to the screen based upon Skyrim's weather system. The effect parameters themselves are delineated using dawn, sunrise, day, sunset, dusk, and night settings variants. The ToD parameters are derived directly from the DefaultClimate [0000015E] and DefaultSkyrim  TNAM records for Sunrise and Sunset Begin/End times in Skyrim.esm. Calculations for setting ToD parameters for any weather mod --given the plugin record values of the weather system-- follow the parameter descriptions below.
We have been told by the experts that this method is not really applicable to all ENB presets and weathers, but evidence indicates that it does apply a 'good' standard from which a preset developer can deviate when applying specific effects (like coloring the sun at sunrise/sunset), so we know it is valid if not restrictive of certain creative trickery employed by some preset authors:
Note that Dawn/DuskDuration span one hour and end before the start of day/night, respectively. In the Dawn/DuskDuration=4.00 situation mentioned previously, Dawn/DuskDuration will span two hours to extend for one hour into the start of day/night, repectively. This may be beneficial to the extent that it could make for smoother dawn/day and dusk/night transitions (i.e., if ToD parameters are very different).
You can see that the day is 24 hours by waiting in-game. When the wait menu pops up, you can see the current in-game time, which uses the 12-hour clock: 12 hours AM and 12 hours PM. You use this clock to set the time when you stop waiting. Remember that AM hours are in the morning, and PM hours are in the afternoon and evening.
The Karth River during fair weather is the best place to catch Carp. Since they are large use a regular fishing rod for the best odds of hooking one. Also, they are uncommonly caught, so wait until dawn or dusk to increase the likelihood of hooking one.
One can easily find this fish sitting stagnantly in underground waters. If using a rod, then use the Argonian Fishing Rod to increase the chance of hooking a large fish. Waiting until dawn or dusk is advised because these are uncommon.
The last 4 fish are the rarest of them all. One strategy to consider is saving at a fishing spot at dawn or dusk, then fishing the spot dry, and if the desired fish is not caught reload the save and try again. They will strike 4 times before one can reel them in and the margin for success is very slim. After the 4th strike watch the rod closely and the second it moves reel the line in.
In the catacombs, make your way to the last pedestal and activate it. This will turn on the final beam of light, open the nearby door, and awaken Malkoran, the necromancer responsible for Meridia's wrath. Don't forget to loot the minor treasure chest in the corner, as the door will shut behind you with no turning back. Your journal will update when you reach the final chamber and it is now your objective to kill Malkoran. He is protected by six corrupted shades and is a strong opponent who uses frost spells from a distance, so use the columns to your advantage. When Malkoran is dead you will have to face his shade, so be aware. When all is said and done, Meridia will speak: "It is done. The defiler is defeated. Take Dawnbreaker from its pedestal." Loot the room before you retrieve the sword, as you will be transported outside as soon as you take it. When you finally retrieve the powerful sword, everything will turn into light and you will find yourself high above Skyrim once again, facing Meridia: "Malkoran is vanquished. Skyrim's dead shall remain at rest. This is as it should be. This is because of you. A new day is dawning. And you shall be its herald. Take the mighty Dawnbreaker and with it purge corruption from the dark corners of the world. Wield it in my name, that my influence may grow." Choose the polite answer and you will get the polite final words from Meridia: "May the light of certitude guide your efforts."
As the ship rounded the cove, she donned her cloak hiding her silver beneath it and pulled up the fur hood as she stepped out of the cabin into the bitter cold wind. The sounds of gulls and bells carried through the air and in the near distance, she saw the great arch of Solitude with the Blue Palace standing proudly upon it. They had arrived in Skyrim at last. The captain looked down to her from the ship's wheel, gesturing her to come see him. After concluding her affairs on the vessel and arranging for her belongings to be taken to Solitude's finest inn, she was set to depart when the captain asked her one final question. What is it that you hope to accomplish my lady?"
Standing Stone: With Andromeda Standing Stones installed the Shadow Stone will grant Alayne two passive effects and an unlockable power. The first effect is called Blur and grants 20% faster movement speed while in combat. The second is called Hide in Shadows and grants 20% better sneaking and sneak damage when close to a wall or structure. The unlockable power Shadow step allows you to blink a moderate distance to a target at the cost of 50 stamina. This is unlocked by finding all the Standing Stones in Skyrim.
Restoration: Restoration is Alaynes primary form of offence and defence when it comes to facing the undead. Subsequenly all of her physical attacks and restoration effect's on them are more powerful due to her rigrous study of the art of Restoration.
Enchanting: Alayne can use her knowledge of enchantments to imbue her blades with spells and empowers them further when wielding magick. A note on enchanting; Spellscribe (Turn Greater Undead).
A simple yet essential ability for the build. With the use of Ocato's recital (loaded with a flesh spell, muffle, and invisibility), Alayne can instantly become intangible to the eye whenever a conflict begins.
Alayne has mastered the art of surprise and thus she not only gains a bonus to physical attacks but also the arcane when hidden. She can place multiple fire runes around the field, snipe distant enemies with bolide, and throw explosive fireballs into unsuspecting groups to great effect.
Combat: At its core this build plays like an aggressive Nightblade, easily switching to and from stealth as the need arises. Enemy types to be wary of are archers and spellcasters. Use abilities like shadow strike to deal with these targets. Enemies with two-handers are also problematic and should be taken care of at a distance where possible, though if you are good at reading their moves you can get a few quick strikes in after a missed power attack. When faced with groups of non-undead use guerilla tactics, using Shroud to break their line of sight, and taking them by surprise again. Whittle them down to a manageable number and then switch to a spell blade roll to take care of the remaining few. When faced with large groups of undead use spells like Repel Undead and Circle of Protection to rout them. Crusaders Fire will soften them up as well as Warriors Flame when it hits them. Take out draugr deathlords first by using stealth, as they can and will easily disarm you. Then focus on the other variants. 350c69d7ab