Skyrim Player Sends a Child to the Moon

A Skyrim player has shown a hilarious clip where they appear to be sending a child to the moon. There are two types of players – those who adopt children in Skyrim to care for them, and those who do this kind of chaotic behavior to cause mischief in the game.

Skyrim has a lot of spells that fans of magic in RPGs can use as part of their game’s combat. When the game launched, many players opted for melee and ranged combat, but as the years have passed, it has become a more popular part of the combat triangle. This is thanks to the use of mods, which help breathe a lot of new life into the magical parts of the game. To this day, the modding community has released tons of magical overhauls, and every modder has their own idea of how it might work in Skyrim.

Empty_brainz’s clip shows players confronting children who use magic and asking them to make them invisible. Players have obligations, but not in the way they think. Instead, they cast a spell on the children, causing them to fly into the air and rise indefinitely. Of course, the entire town of Whiterun immediately turns to the player. Ridiculously, they made a quick save before committing an evil deed, showing their unwillingness to live with the consequences of their actions in Skyrim.

According to users, it’s actually an anti-gravity spell mod that makes them behave this way. This makes sense–in Skyrim, children are considered invulnerable without mods due to the game’s age restrictions. Skyrim definitely needs a mod that removes this limitation. Others wanted to see more from the player, and one user asked Empty_brainz to do Nazeem next. There are plenty of videos of gamers killing Nazeem in various creative ways, so this may not be necessary. Still, anything is possible through the use of mods.

This almost guarantees that magic will play a big role in The Elder Scrolls 6. It wouldn’t be an Elder Scrolls game at all without it, but Bethesda has an opportunity to revisit the weaknesses of its magic system and make a giant leap forward. With the game still a few years away, the studio can take the time necessary to make magic a big part of the combat triangle from the start. Hopefully the devs get more creative with spell types, and maybe even seek inspiration from the modding community for this.

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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