So, I may sound like I was under a rock or so, but when Skyrim got released I was playing too much Monster Hunter to even care. I think I got it for Steam some time after the release, started it a few times but never really committed to the game more than some minutes. I want to do it properly now, and gonna play it on the Switch (got that right at launch to support big games on the platform, as I often do). But some things bother me, and I don't want to go through general forums to solve them because after such a long time they are sure to be filled with spoilers. So, what I want to know is:
1. What to keep in the inventory and what to let go? I remember that in one of those first attempts with the game carrying many things started to make me become heavy and that slowed down the movements. But I did not know what could be safely discarded (and would not make me regret it later on) or sold. Any pointers?
2. I will probably have only one file of play, because my gigantic backlog will not allow multiple playthroughs. I know that Bretons are considered good, but what would be the most "satisfying" race for a long playthrough, especially at endgame? The one who feels the most "accomplished" if you know what I mean, as in what is the one race that benefits most from growing during the campaign?, if that makes any sense.
Any other spoiler free general tip is also highly appreciated.
General gamer, fanboy hater