Hello, my name's Inigo Montoya. You killed my father (in Skyrim). Prepare to die.

by: John -
More On: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Skyrim's on many people's list for November to pick up and EB Games Australia's Facebook page has a new fun fact for people to mull over. If you kill someone in Skyrim, their family member might come after you for revenge.

I wonder how this is going to work. Are we going to have related NPCs come up to you to tell you why they are drawing their sword? Are we just going to get randomly attacked only to find out after the fight is over through some note on the body that they were after me for revenge? Will it be a ride by fireball?

These little details coming out for Skyrim's starting to sound pretty good. While I've never been a big Elder Scrolls fan, I'm starting to warm over to what Bethesda has in store for us this November.