Khajitt NB archer and going up the Syphon tree, the two synergize really well together with such great survivability. I've not even put a single point in my health (at level 18) because I almost never get hit. Love it.
I've made a Breton sorcerer and a Dark Elf nightblade. My sorcerer has a destro staff and is DPS. My nightblade also has a destro staff, some warlock, and I plan to get a 2-hands weapon at 15, again DPS, to make a battlemage.
I chose a Nightblade, though I'm still a little undecided when it comes to weapons. Currently I'm dual-wielding, but I'm contemplating switching to a bow or destruction staff, the latter one because I've read that people had some great experiences combining the destruction staff and siphoning skills. Not sure yet though.
Sorcerer sword&board DPS/Restoration Heals. With a little lycanthropy on the side. Pretty much what I wish my shaman in wow could be. Now if only dwarves were a playable race, Iv'e always wanted to play a weredwarf lol. So close!
I went Templar because i feel that end game they will be better all around tanks than DK. Not to mention the amazing support skills they offer when not tanking (healing without a resto staff being the primary). I also feel they make amazing pvp archers, but all the classes have great class skills that go great with archery.
- Kronos Dawnbreaker
The Septim Bloodline
I went with templar, simply because I like helping people. The main problem is trying to scrap skill points for crafting, without nerfing myself into obscurity, many solo quests of all but impossible, unless you go down a very exact route, which I personally find is more like a sorc with healing skills.. or a healer with sorc skills.. really. It's been difficult, I have a pure healer, in cloth and a kinda paladin temp in heavy.. once I got the health/stam regen it got abit easier.. but still impossible to do some of the solo quests. Anchors and Plaguebringer being the worst. (ebonheart)