Skyrim’s Dragon Shout has been one of the game’s most distinctive features since the game launched in 2011 – it featured prominently in the TV advertisements and nothing was better than yeeting an enemy off the side of a snow-capped mountain once you unlocked the power. This mod changes that angry shouting into blowing a rather forceful kiss.
Tag: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Shirley ‘Skyrim Grandma’ Curry has been regularly posting Skyrim Let’s Play videos since 2015, and is a figure so beloved that her likeness has been scanned for inclusion in The Elder Scrolls 6. But she’s now taking an extended break for the sake of her health, which Curry says “isn’t very good” – in large part due to the stress of managing a YouTube channel and dealing with negative comments.
The Gelatinous Cube is one of the more intriguing monsters from the world of Dungeons & Dragons. It’s pretty self-explanatory – a ten-feet-tall cubioid of transparent, possibly delicious, jelly-like ooze. It’s also “an irrational predator that creeps silently into dungeons and shadowy caves” – and it’s come to Skyrim.
There’s a subreddit with just under 290k members called ‘Birds Aren’t Real‘, which is dedicated to humorous stories and images trying to ‘prove’ birds aren’t the lovely, feathery, nest-building vertebrates we all know and love – they’re actually a conspiracy. Of some sort. Now, that very ‘theory’ has come to Tamriel’s frostiest region, thanks to a new Skyrim mod of the same title.
Away, Come Away is a new, seemingly simple Skyrim quest mod that adds some really cool weapons and female armour to the game, reminiscent of Senua’s in Hellblade or perhaps Aloy’s in Horizon Zero Dawn. The different pieces of gear each have neat properties of their own and are worth grabbing in their own right. But, disguised behind the armour mod is a short but epic quest that has you chase down a place from your dreams into the sky – and avenge a wronged warrior.
Remember all those abandoned sites in The Witcher 3 that you could de-monster so their populaces could flood back in and take over once again? It’s a neat way of making your mark on the RPG game’s open world – and now you can do it in Skyrim, too, thanks to a new mod that repopulates a mine once you’ve wiped out its bandits.
if you’ve ever fancied adding a hearty dollop of WWE-style combat to Skyrim’s melee brawling, you’re in luck – there’s a new mod framework for “implementing combat animations, such as individual taunts and paired animations”. Best of all, “an emphasis is placed on choreographed violence”. In a wrestling ring. Neat.
You probably know today marks an international celebration of a certain leaping Italian plumber. As such, it’s only appropriate that we offer you something to get stuck into on our home platform – a Skyrim mod, for example. Luckily, there’s already something super suitable out there. Ok, it might not be new, but boy is the Super Skyrim Bros. mod eternal, especially on this greatest and most hallowed of videogame celebration days: MAR10 day 2020.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably sunk many more hundreds of hours into Skyrim than you might like to admit (no, really, it’s into the thousands). But hey, there’s always more questing to do – and there’s now even more to dive into with a mod that adds a psychedelic dungeon adventure with eight more hours’ playtime.
We know what Skyrim meets Zelda: Breath of the Wild looks like, thanks to a very pretty mod. Now, another creator has given us a glimpse at how Tamriel’s frostiest, dragon-infested region would appear when turned into a painterly cartoon – and it’s stunning.