Nightingale Armor - the definition of "slick". When deciding between Light and Heavy Armor in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, there are a plethora of factors to consider.
Two-Handed character build is really effective offensive build but it becomes so, only when you have level up these perks. Skills To Level Up Heavy Armor
If you're going for a tank build (stand there, violently attacking and taking tons of damage) go heavy. This would be melee > magic. If you're going for a kiting build (run around, fire off spells, then run in and attack) go light armour OR (IMHO a better option from what I've seen; the stat boosts are huge)...
Light or heavy armor for 2hander? (self.skyrim). submitted 1 year ago by sufficiencyPC.
Heavy Armor weighs you down to much and therefore slows down your speed. Plus, archers are a sneaky build, Heavy Armor makes too much noise, therefore you would be detected easier and quicker while wearing Heavy Armor as opposed to Light Armor.
One handed is best with heavy, and two handed is best with light. Obviously. But I think you answered your own question here, " I simply hate the look and feel like clunkyness to heavy." If you hate it don't use heavy armor.
Why don't you commit to one of these Skyrim Character Builds!
An interesting build is a heavy-armored Khajiit mage that falls back to using fists when cornered or out of magicka.
Two-Handed is a skill in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and is one of the six skills that falls under The Warrior play-style. Two-handed skill is raised by the use of large weapons that are wielded with two hands.
Heavy Armor falls under Warrior.I prefer Light. I seemed to Level up faster Dual Wielding with 2 Perks (Speed) and Warrior Stone than the second game with a Left Hand Spell or Shield.