Is there is website that explains the game mechanics for Skyrim

I am looking for a somewhat comprehensive site to explain the game mechanics to me. I have not (nor do I want to) play any other Elder Scrolls game and picked this one up on a whim. Unfortunately the in game tutorial only explains how to move (For those who find this hard to figure out its the WASD keys.. yes this is sarcasm :)).

This game seems even more unexplained than Dragon Age was but there is quite a bit of information out there now about those games so its not so much of a bother.. For this game however, my google searches are coming up with minimal bits of information that leave me with more questions than answers.

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  • Transferring Skyrim saved games from one machine to another
  • Will followers drown?
  • Do companions die?
  • Bring Heimskr back to preaching?
  • Repairing the white phial quest broken?
  • Is there a site? Should I just go snag a game guide to get the mechanics explained a bit?

  • What do the different symbols on the map represent?
  • What is the difference between a Dremora summoned with the Conjuration spell and one summoned from the Sanguine Rose?
  • Is there any non-enchanted Staff in Skyrim?
  • How do I deal optimal damage while dual-wielding?
  • Why do my arrows drop after flying a few meters?
  • How do you add dragon souls?
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    You can access the manual in steam. To do so go to your library of games and single click on “TheElder Scrolls V: Skyrim” in the left hand list. That should bring up a page for Skyrim. You can then click on the [Manual] link on the right side of the page (under [LINKS]). This isn’t very obvious so post if you have any trouble finding it.

    You can also find good information on general game play by reading the Elder scrolls wiki, Skyrim on Wikia, IGN guide, here on stack exchange and by googling for “skyrim beginners guide” or something similar.

    The steam manual is available via a simple link, but I have not included it here as I don’t want to support use of non-purchased copies (by people who might find this while searching for the manual). I believe all valid copies of the game should have access to it through their steam client (it uses Steam on PC) or physical copy for consoles/in store purchase.

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