So I came across a rather interesting and vastly useful trick many may or may not know about. To start off, I tend to play very situational characters more or less intended for closed areas like dungeons, houses, keeps and so on. I'm very fragile in open forests, plains and especially such in the daylight. So how do you get around very challenging fights? What tricks are at your disposal? I've found most areas in Skyrim are very savage and dangerous, if it's not a Bandit it's a Bear, if not a Troll it's an Ice Wraith and so on. However, as I tend to use this trick frequently inside previously listed areas to lure enemies away from doors, chests or simply to set them up for backstabs... I've found a way to apply it to the open lands and felt it clever enough to make a post on. Recently I was traveling from Riften towards Ivarstead and passed by a strange fortlike encampment but at my level I felt it best to stray away from the place which had been battling a Giant which let me sneak by, Maybe that incident gave way to this next idea. As paranoid as I am playing these types of characters I tend to pay very close attention to game sounds, shadows and even the lay of the land such as dead bodies and discarded items, I've yet to have it not pay off at least half the time in some very large way. On this chance encounter however I heard a loud savage roaring noise through the clearing,being a fan of bears it was rather clear what was making the sound, needless to say I felt it better to just make my way widely around the location and scuttle the cliff side. This proved to be nearly disastrous as I came to a grinding halt behind a small berm of upturned earth having spotted a lumbering Troll on the otherside thrashing it's way through a meadow. I immediately got annoyed, first angry Bears and now a flower stomping Troll, meanwhile here I sit deciding on how to sneak by yet another obstacle... and suddenly the idea came to me. Drawing out my bow I only began to try and string together what could possibly be the next greatest event to bolster my ongoing love for Skyrim. Taking needed aim with application of my indoor experience of this tactic while compensating for the vast distance between my two objectives I starting plucking shots off in two opposite directions. Instantly the two creatures became excessively annoyed at the disruption in their daily rampage, chasing after what may possibly be some small defenseless creature the two suddenly found themselves yards away from eachother entirely unprepared for the coming battle. Yes, for now it was Troll against Bear. I was positively ecstatic over the sudden snarling and bloody slashing claws I saw in the distance I found it hard to leave the scene of my trickery but felt it best not to stick around. Hopefully this little light-comical tale aids you in your future endeavors, all that's needed isto ensure you place your shots a few yards away from the target and continue to do so in the same manner. I haven't tested this out on many different Enemies but I could imagine by lore alone that some examples would be: Bandit vs. Alternate Bandit (Necromancers, Forsworn ect.), Any form of Humanoid vs. Bear (This includes friendly factions but only luring the hostile towards the friendly) and so on. Also, given the concept of this idea I'm curious what other ones are out there people have read or thought up. If you have such a trick toss it below.