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Skyrim player consumes every food and ingredient in the game at once, chaos ensues

Sam Cawley

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Skyrim player consumes every food and ingredient in the game at once, chaos ensues

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One Elder Scrolls player wanted to see what happens when you ingest literally everything in Skyrim, because why not.

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Arguably the best game the developer Bethesda ever made, sorry Starfield, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim still attracts thousands of players, many of which play the game normally, with others trying to break it in any way imaginable.

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These experiments often lead to some hilarious moments thanks to Skyrim’s outdated game engine, with one medieval scientist having the bright idea of ingesting every consumable in the game, all at once. The results are a sight to behold.

The player, called amelix34 on Reddit, shared their results of the experiment with a video, saying: “I have spent about 20 000 gold to buy all the food and ingredients from major cities to see what will happen if I use them all at once.”

After consuming an entire inventory of items, amelix34’s character was promptly engulfed by a white, explosive light, collapsed on the floor, and died instantly. 20,000 gold well-spent I’d say.

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Other players loved it, giving their best guesses as to what actually ended up killing them in the end, as well as envisioning what the whole ordeal must have looked like for the NPCs present.

“Fun fact: What killed you was almost certainly the Jarrin Root and most likely not anything else. Consuming it deals 1000 points of damage," wrote one user.

“The twitching and Blood spurting did it for me," another added.

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A third wrote: “I'm dying at the mental image of your menacing-looking character tromping amongst Riverwood with a huge sack of food worth more than their homes, abruptly stopping, ripping it open, eating all of it at inhumane speed, and then gingerly topping off with three bottles of skooma.”

Personally I think it’ll be the cheese wheels that did them in at the end, all that cholesterol can be a killer.

Topics: Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls, Bethesda

Sam Cawley
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