So this Draugr was slowly walking towards me while I was hiding in the shadows. While he was still far off, I took aim at his head with the expectation of the distance dropping my arrow to about chest level. I must’ve miscalculated the gap between us as my arrow only came down slightly. But with this error came the perfect shot, literally right between the eyes. Beautiful.
So drinking on the job is generally looked down upon anywhere, but in Skyrim knocking back a couple of Skooma on a quest is seen as an even worse offense. But I have a problem and all so why not. Shortly after I pounded them for the long trip back to Whiterun I felt ripped off. Nothing. It tasted like Skooma but I sure as hell wasn’t feeling it.
But with my luck, that shit hit me like a caravan as soon as I walked through those big ass gates. It must’ve been pretty noticeable since this Alik’r dude was giving me the “What’s wrong with you” eyes.
The ground was starting to look pretty blurry but as long as I don’t bump into any guards I think I can safely stumble to my meeting.
Whoa boy, even the walls are starting to melt.
Oh shit a guard and I’m too messed up to drink an invisibility potion let alone stand straight up.
Ok made to the meeting place without being arrested. And it looks like things are starting to look a bit less blurry, I’m slowly starting to come down I should be fine. Let’s just hope I can speak and the contact doesn’t notice any after effects.
Heads up but if you’re not a Dovahkiin, this little glitch may not interest you too much. I recently got back into Skyrim and this time started a new character focused on conjuration and heavy armor. Basically, a build to just stand there and let my Atronach kick the shit out of everything around me.
Chances are you’ve either summoned or encountered a Flame Atronach in the game as pictured above. Now being a conjurer these days, I’ve gotten accustomed to having one these floating around me anytime I’m outside of a town. Then I summoned this thing:
Still a Flame Atronach , but definitely not your average one. The fire effect on this one was the kind you typically see when you kill a dragon and its skin burns off.
It was pretty damned cool, but very short lived.
Sure enough it burned to a crisp, but surprisingly didn’t die. Instead it continued to live and float around me, except now he wasn’t really a Flame Atronach , but more of an Ash Atronach . This was among the most interesting glitches I’ve come across in the few hundred hours I’ve put into the game.