DIY Prop Shop’s latest project is a replica of the titular artifact in Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls games. This isn’t for newbie makers, but all of the materials are easily found online or in hardware stores and art or crafts supply stores.
How’s this for a possible Skyrim mod? Redditor Marcus Hynes aka sylpheed made a map of the region in the style of the London Tube map. There appear to be a few impractical routes – how is the blue-green line supposed to work?
Shortly after The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released, a group of fans started working on a massive addition for the game. It’s called Beyond Skyrim, an effort to add Tamriel’s other provinces to TES V: Skyrim.
If you find the mudcrabs of The Elder Scrolls Online to be cute critters, then this plush is perfect for you. You can snuggle with it while you’re gaming. He promises not to pinch you. At least not too hard.
Redditor bacongrease00’s wife made this tome of bread and icing. It bears the cover of The Book of the Dragonborn, one of the books in Skyrim, but inside you’ll find vanilla cake and cannoli cream filling.
We’ve featured a variety of awesome fan made replicas of weapons and armor from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. But not everyone’s as skilled or patient as those Cosplayborn. That’s where the specialty shop Folkenstal comes in.
Do you have a spare year? You’ll need to clear a good solid block of time for the Elder Scrolls Anthology. Yes, Bethesda is rolling out all of the Elder Scrolls games and expansions into one massive box set.
Confession bear time: I’ve never played any Elder Scrolls game, mostly because I don’t enjoy open world games. Which means I don’t know how unusual the weapons in the series can get. Maybe there’s one made from balloons or whatever balloons are called in the games.
The quality of this Skyrim Alduin birthday cake is amazing. It barely even looks like a cake. It looks more like an awesome figure that you could buy. Vera from Baking Obsession made this cake for her son’s birthday, modeled it after a sculpture from Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collector’s Edition, to look just like Alduin the dragon.
There’ve been rumblings in the gaming world for a while now that the popular Elder Scrolls franchise was going online. Zenimax Online Studios has now announced the MMORPG officially. The game is called The Elder Scrolls Online.
I am still able to resist my destiny as a dragonborn, and hopefully I can hold out until the scary PS3 memory issue is fixed. But the Internet is draining my Anti-Skyrim field, as it’s riddled with all sorts of cool stuff about the game, like this funny glitch that lets your follower wield a powerful giant’s club.
Software developer/video game blogger/Dovahkiin bookworm Capaneus took the scrolls out of The Elder Scrolls V and converted them into E-books. I have yet to play The Sims: Dragonborn Edition, so I’m not as enthusiastic about this as I perhaps should be, but if this isn’t proof of the wealth of content inside Bethesda’s game then I don’t know what is.
It’s barely been a week since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was released, but the benefits of owning it on the PC are already becoming apparent. Some Xbox 360 players are ridden with texture issues, some PS3 players are wracked with the more game breaking save file glitch.
This has to be the best news I’ve heard all week: a new Elder Scrolls game has been sort-of confirmed, finally. Time to wrap up those last few quests in Oblivion, folks. It only took, what, a year or three to finish that one?