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I new to TES,
cards for humanity game, so I not familiar with the tradeoffs between heavy and light armor. As I understand it, there are no attributes in Skyrim, so heavy armor will not affect your ability to use magic or archery or anything. So as far as I can tell the only downside is that it weighs more. Nothing a quick feather spell can fix when booking it out of a dungeon.
The only other thing I can think of is that perhaps it makes stealth harder? Louder, clankier armor or something? I plan on using destruction + one handed almost exclusively,
humanity card game, so this wouldn bother me at all.