Skyrim Player Fills Room With Elder Scrolls

As players continue to play Skyrim, one fan decides to fill their house with elder scrolls and manages to take a screenshot of the results.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim was released in 2011, and ever since then, it has remained relevant in the gaming community. The longevity of the game is a testament to the ample amount of content found within its open world, and players are still coming up with fun things to do beyond completing the main story of Skyrim. With each passing week, gamers seem to find new things to post about the game on Reddit. For instance, some players have been filling houses with various in-game items recently.


There are many items that players can acquire in the world of Skyrim. While many of these items are generally meant to aid players on their adventures, some players have decided to use some of them in more inventive ways. One unusual way is by filling houses with absurd amounts of random oddities, such as when one Skyrim player stacked cheese nearly to the ceiling. Recently, one gamer decided to try this with another in-game item, Elder Scrolls.

In a post on Reddit, one user known as Agreeable-Kangaroo13 shared an image from their time playing Skyrim. In the screenshot, the player showed the inside of an in-game house. However, there was something very unique about the interior decorating of this dwelling; it contained numerous Elder Scrolls. Seemingly unsatisfied with just one or two, or even 20, they had collected what appeared to be thousands of the items.

Since posting this image of a heaping pile of Elder Scrolls in Skyrim, a number of gamers have taken notice of the accomplishment, with several commenting on the image. Among the comments, some warned that the player was verging on becoming a hoarder. While Agreeable-Kangaroo13 did not reveal how they managed to get so many scrolls into the same spot, there are mods for Skyrim that would likely make the job easier. Regardless of how the Elder Scrolls were collected, it does not take away from the hilarity of the image they managed to capture.

While this picture from Agreeable-Kangaroo13 was doubtlessly noteworthy for many fans, it was not the only instance of a gamer doing something unusual with Elder Scrolls in Skyrim. For example, one player recently decided to use a Blizzard spell on a large number of Elder Scrolls in The Arcanaeum at the College of Winterhold. The results of this odd science experiment did not disappoint, as the ensuing snowstorm sent scrolls flying in every direction.

It will be interesting to see what other memorable moments are recorded by adventurous players in the world of Tamriel in the coming weeks. While many players likely want to hear more news on the development of The Elder Scrolls 6, it appears that Skyrim has enough content to keep players busy in the meantime.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is available for Nintendo Switch, PC, PS3, PS4, PS5, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

Source: Gamerant

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