You should get a Dwemer sphere to follow you around, like I did. It will protect you with a sword and crossbow. You can find one in Kagrumez, if you can get past the trials. Only one of them is friendly, though, the rest WILL try to kill you.
On second thought, it might be safer to leave it. If you can actually get it without being horribly killed by magical automatons, you probably don't need the protection. Cool to have around though. Everyone is like "look out! a dwarven sphere is right behind you!" and I'm like "it's cool dude, he's with me" and they're all like "NO WAI" and I'm like "YA WAI"
TheLiarWolframFeatured By OwnerDec 23, 2012Student Filmographer
Yup. Back to your post, though, I would find the number of the taxi company and say that you were put in danger by your cab driver. It's really not safe for anyone to be walking by themselves at night in the city, and while I hate to say it, it's especially true for females. It shouldn't be that way, but it is. People are sick.
I'm pretty used to wandering around in lonely places at night, because I'm stupid like that and no example to follow, but I always hate it when cars slow down right next to you for no damn reason. You can't see shit when their lights are on.
I wouldn't have even gotten out of that cab to begin with and demanded he dropped me off at a safer spot.
And it's always hard to know what kind of taxi driver you're gonna get. I sometimes have to take one home from the bus station (or wait a long time in the cold for another bus). I find they're either too talkative or I wonder if they even have a tongue.
I always thought you were a guy for some reason...
Report him. I hate entitled taxi drivers, that's why I never take them. This one time the guy didn't quite know how to get to my home, so whenever I gave him directions, he said I was wrong and took other turns. BITCH I KNOW WHERE I LIVE AND HOW TO GET THERE
the last time i took a taxi he dropped me off 20 meters in front of the hotel IN THE MIDDLE OF A BUSY STREET. he wouldn't even help me get my luggage out of the back, literally telling me to get out cause he couldn't get closer to the hotel.
needless to say i didn't pay his fare, since i was willing to wait and pay for the extra time it would've taken to actually get to the hotel. if ever in seattle, do not take the green taxi line.