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I'd hope not. Most games have an age rating for a reason... I'm not saying that age ratings should be set in stone - most kids 13 and up can probably handle the "18+" games - but maybe if your child is stupid enough to eat poisonous plants you shouldn't be allowing them to play mature games

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Fun fact for the people who got sick of hearing Skyrim soldiers use this line: Did you know that "taking an arrow to the knee" is a Nordic idiom for getting married? All those guards didn't have the same tragic accident - they just settled down :-)

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46- I never knew that. Thanks for the info. I figured it was just the game having a limited quantity of "soldier" lines and it just kept cycling through (which obviously it did) but now it's not so bad since marriage is a lot more common then every single city watch man having the same accident.

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I'm pretty sure that's been disproven as the reason behind it. It's just as likely that the 'arrow to the knee' thing has to do with a law about every bone fragment removed from an injury costing a set amount of money, and healer paying off bandits and criminals in exchange for said criminals aiming for areas that would create a lot of bone fragments- like knee caps. Add in that without knee caps walking long distances is painful, and you have a lot of people with combat training that are stuck within a certain range. May as well put them to use, and make them feel useful.

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