Skyrim Mod Lets Player Launch Deadly Blocks of Cheese at Enemies

A Skyrim player showed off a mod that allows them to throw dairy blocks with extreme precision to get out of tough encounters. The player posted a short clip of their handiwork on social media, and other Skyrim players chimed in with some cheese puns and thanked the cheese-throwing player for sharing the hilarious clip.

Even though it’s been over 11 years since the fifth mainline entry in the Elder Scrolls series, that hasn’t stopped players from creating and discovering various mods for Skyrim that can change the way they play the game. Some mods may enhance the Dragonborn’s gear and powers, while others are purely cosmetic, or may add comic relief to an otherwise tense mission. For a Skyrim player, the mods they showcased might meet all of the above criteria at the same time.

On Reddit, a user named ApplicationOk6770 showed off a Skyrim mod called “The Best Modzzarella,” posting a clip on the r/skyrim subreddit. In the 13-second video, ApplicationOk6770’s character wears armor made of wheels of cheese, and the mod changes the signature roar of unrelenting power to throw a deadly block of cheese when it’s at full power. They then tested the cheesy mod on a nearby dragon, which immediately fell dead after being hit twice by a lethal cheesewheel summoned by Shout. The mod also changes the “Dah” in “Fus Ro Dah” to “Cheese!” instead. However, when the Dragonborn uttered only two words instead of three, the shout remained unchanged from its original form. ApplicationOk6770 replied that “The Best Modzzarella” mod is available for download from Bethesda’s official Skyrim mod repository for PC and console players.

As of this writing, the clip has more than 5,000 upvotes on r/skyrim. ApplicationOk6770 was previously recognized for their recent hilarious Sheogorath cosplay video where they donned the mantle of the Daedric Prince of Madness and took down a dragon. In the comments section of their recent post, some Skyrim players indicated that Sheogorath himself would approve of the cheese-fortified Shout used by the OP, while other players made some puns and jokes about dairy.

While there are other cheese-related moments in Skyrim that can cause hilarious confusion, sometimes having a mod that slices through enemies can lead to some fun in the frigid lands of northern Tamriel. While The Elder Scrolls VI is still a long way off, fans of the series can still turn to Skyrim mods while they wait.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – Anniversary Edition is now available for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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