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  • Unnecessary Censorship Makes Skyrim Sound Much, Much Dirtier Unnecessary Censorship Makes Skyrim Sound Much, Much Dirtier
    One of the funniest bits on late night TV has, for years, been Jimmy Kimmel Live’s Unnecessary Censorship. It’s a brilliantly juvenile concept. Simply censor certain words in video clips with bleeps and our brains, accustomed to hearing the bleep blot out bad words, will fill in the blanks with the most outrageous obscenities.
    Unnecessary Censorship Central has given Skyrim this treatment, and the results are quite giggly in a schoolboy way. It even managed to make Cicero sound more perverse, if that’s possible. Heck, every Skyrim citizen does with just a few well-applied bleeps.
    And yeah, we’re aware that this isn’t ...
  • Skyrim Daedric Armor Brought to Life Skyrim Daedric Armor Brought to Life
    Here’s some amazing cosplay Daedric armor. Doesn’t it look all dark and badass and serious and …

    Hmm. Okay, maybe not completely serious.
    The armor was created by cat-sup on Reddit, who made it out of EVA foam mats. She joked that she made many iron daggers to get her smithing high enough.
    You can check out more images here.

  • Explore Morrowind’s Revamped Bitter Coast in New Skywind Video Explore Morrowind's Revamped Bitter Coast in New Skywind Video
    This new video from the Skywind project makes me want to check tree stumps for rings. The Bitter Coast has never looked prettier than it does in the Skyrim engine, thanks to the Skywind modders ambitious goal of recreating Morrowind in the Skyrim engine.
    The Skywind project is a volunteer effort that seeks to create a technologically updated The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, modifying the Skyrim engine to recreate the other-worldly feel of Vvardenfell and adding improvements including voice acting.
    You can find out more about the Skywind project at
  • When Skyrim Modding Goes Wrong: Too Many Dragons Edition When Skyrim Modding Goes Wrong: Too Many Dragons Edition
    We recently showed you what can happen when you overmod Fallout: New Vegas. The same thing can happen with Skyrim as well, as this video demonstrates.
    Ethan Ketell installed Deadly Dragons, Dragon Combat Overhaul, and ASIS on his copy of Skyrim, then found himself be swarmed by an entire armada of dragons. You can hear them before you see them, and it sounds spooky. Ethan tries to hide and then to run, but it doesn’t do him any good and he’s quickly struck down by multiple attacks from the scaly horde.
    Have you ever had a modding experience go wrong in Skyrim? ...
  • Skyrim Straight vs. Skyrim Modded Skyrim Straight vs. Skyrim Modded
    How much can you change Skyrim before it just isn’t the same game any more? I think we’re pushing that limit with mods, as this video from JustinJNB shows.
    Justin is showing off the differences between “vanilla” Skyrim and a Skyrim modded within an inch of its life. The modded version is certainly more lush and attractive, but does it keep the same character? Does it still feel like the same place? The one thing that strikes me is that there’s definitely too much bloom going on, washing out the realistic bright blue skies and green trees of Skyrim for a ...
  • Alduin, Yes Alduin, Cosplay Will Blow Your Mind Alduin, Yes Alduin, Cosplay Will Blow Your Mind
    Yes, you could slap some blue paint on your face and say you’re a Dunmer, but other cosplayers go way, way beyond that.
    This Alduin cosplay from Sedulous Studios took a month and a half to build, and the results shocked and amazed attendees at the recent DragonCon 2014.  It might cut down the awe a bit to see Alduin scratched behind the ears and called a “good dragon,” though.
    The photo below from Sedulous Studios’ Facebook page shows the might dragon in the course of construction, and the clever elements that went into building its “skeleton.”

     You can check out more photos of ...

  • Skyrim Cabbage Trickshot, With Bow Skyrim Cabbage Trickshot, With Bow
    Sometimes the things you do in Skyrim are pointless. Sometimes they’re amazing. And sometimes they are both.
    Case in point, this Skyrim cabbage trickshot by Rabbit’s Respawn. Who knows how many tries it took him to knock a cabbage across a keep with an arrow into a tiny bucket, but he did it, damn it. He believed in himself, he did it, and that’s something to be proud of.
    Our forum members have small victories like this every day. Join us and check it out.
  • Go Retro With a Chiptune Version of The Skyrim Main Theme Go Retro With a Chiptune Version of The Skyrim Main Theme
    This is what it says on the tin, a chiptune version of the Skyrim main theme that sounds like it might have emanated from your Sega Genesis if Skyrim had been released a couple of decades earlier (okay, maybe a few more instruments).
    Somehow, though, it sounds good. It sounds right.
    This version was created by tarrzo, who said on Reddit that it was made by transferring a MIDI file of the theme to this program.
  • The Cheesiest Skyrim Mod Yet The Cheesiest Skyrim Mod Yet
    Yep, as you can see in the video, the mod adds a shout that turns NPCs and enemies, even dragons, into cheese. Delicious, delicious cheese.
    The shout is “Cheese! For everyone!” Fus Ro Dah it ain’t, but it works. The enemies are hit with a cheese wheel projectile and turn into a number of cheese wheels. It turns everyone hostile and you get a bounty added. The cheesified character is gone forever, so you can easily break the game with this mod. The mod creators suggests using it on Nazeem.
    If you want to add more dairy to your diet, you can ...
  • Here’s Your Most Extensive Look at Skywind Yet Here's Your Most Extensive Look at Skywind Yet
    In this video we finally get a look at Skywind, the mod that’s attempting to bring Morrowind into the Skyrim engine, at ground level. It gives us a much better idea what it’s like to play it than previous videos that mostly featured views of the landscape through  a disembodied camera.
    The 13 minute video is from a Twitch stream, so the quality isn’t that great, but you get a good look at some of the transplanted Morrowind locales like The Bitter Coast, with giant mushroom things all over. It looks nicely alien and although it doesn’t exactly capture the otherworldly ...