The Elder Scrolls is a quality franchise. But just as the gods of the Elder Scrolls have no idea what they’re doing, gamers can’t make up their minds about which game is the best. Which is why I set out to answer a question completely unrelated to everything I’ve said so far. Can You Beat The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Without Taking Any Damage?Other Elder Scrolls videos:Can You Beat Skyrim With Only A Torch? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUPJWdgx_U0Can You Beat Skyrim Without Taking Any Damage?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrejKEpQua4Can You Beat Skyrim: Dawnguard Without Taking Any Damage? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGcaWmOgSN4Can You Beat Skyrim With Your Hands Bound? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOF1nWnZaMsCan You Beat Skyrim With Only A Fork? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBVBrUXGpWkCan You Beat Skyrim With Only Shouts? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TzSmz3BokE&t=5sCan You Beat Skyrim With Only Restoration Spells? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg7irHJk7CECan You Beat Oblivion Without Taking Any Damage?When you can’t take damage, the name of the game is stealth, you want to stay as far away from whatever you’re attacking as possible, which is why I went with a Wood Elf for my character. They start off with higher Sneak and Marksman skills, perfect for the Stealth archer I’m bringing to the party. Did you really think I was gonna be anything other than that? The guy across the way taunted me a bit, and the time had come to set my health to 1 so that any damage of any kind kills me. Unfortunately, this cannot be done as easily in Oblivion as it is in Skyrim or Fallout. The player.forceav command is the only one that actually did anything, and even then it never set my max health to 1, it set my current health to 1 out of however many health points I had, so it was at 1 out of 81 in the beginning and I couldn’t figure out how to get that 81 to become 1. But it wasn’t the end of the world, checking every now and again to make sure my health is at 1 isn’t too annoying to do.Patrick Stewart informed me that his time had come, the last remaining path out of the city just so happened to be through my cell, and our escape began. They went their own way and left me to fend for myself against the armies of ratatouille breaking down barriers for all rat-kind. I died more times that you’d think to these mice. Also it’s worth pointing out that I do have a few mods installed. None of them affected gameplay, they were mostly for the UI, but they were there nonetheless. After setting the difficulty down as low as it could go, I killed the rats, sent a message to an old friend, and got babies first bow from a dead skeleton on the ground.Archery in Oblivion is a little different than it is in Skyrim, mostly because it feels more like a bow and arrow, the arrows dip towards the earth much sooner than they do in Skyrim, so you’ve got to put some effort into aiming instead of just putting the crosshair on the target and pressing a button. I found it to be much more satisfying to kill creatures with a Bow than it was in Skyrim. A bit deeper into the caves, I encountered a Goblin for the first time. A sneak attack can take them out in one shot, but they can still be a threat if you’re not careful. Overall, getting through this introductory dungeon cave area wasn’t anything crazy difficult. It’s the tutorial section, it’s supposed to be easy. Before long, you’ll be faced with the biggest decision of your life. Bigger than having a child, bigger than naming your child, bigger even than deciding what kind of coffin you want for your child. Choosing your sign. I went with Thief for 10 point bonuses my to Agility, Speed, and Luck attributes. The Thief, from what little research I did, seemed to be one of the go-to choices for any kind of Archer build. Continue through the dungeon with your impromptu friends, aggravate yourself by trying to get your health back to 1, save the Emperor from attackers with a well placed flame hand ranged attack, obtain the Amulet of Kingly Swag from Patrick Stewart, and press deeper into the dungeon towards the light at the end of the tunnel.