Yeah, gonna completely disagree. The Dark Brotherhood questline of Oblivion is better written than all of the quests of Skyrim combined. It's not perfect, but it's decently paced and has a twist i honestly didn't see it coming. Which becomes even better on repeated playthroughs when you actually notice the different hand writting on the dead drop orders. Then there's quests like Paranoia and the base game Sheogorath draedic quest. Most of Skyrim's quest are really uninspired and boring. To the point they ripped the plot of The Hangover for a Daedric quest, the Sanguine quest. Then look at the Sanguine quest in Oblivion, it involves you throwing a spell at a party, causing everything to go apeshit. Fitting for a Daedric Prince and hilarious to boot because how the radiant AI goes crazy.