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Skyrim player surprised by hidden quest you might have missed

Skyrim player surprised by hidden quest you might have missed

Lend a helping hand in this easily-missed quest

Despite it being over 10-years since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was first released, players both old and new are still discovering all the game has to offer which includes some quests you may have missed.

If you have played The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim then you will already know that the open-world RPG is full to the brim with secrets to uncover. With the title taking around 200 hours to fully complete, it is no wonder that dedicated fans know the game inside out.

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However, with such an expansive world consisting of caves, dungeons, mountains and more, it is easy to miss out on some key features and even quests and that was seemingly the case for one user over on r/skyrim.

The user simply asked “What is this?” alongside a screenshot taken of the Relic Ring Finger quest item and it wasn’t long before fans were offering their words of wisdom over the easily-missed quest.

It turns out that this item belongs to the Daedric Relic quest which can be found in the lower parts of the College of Winterhold. Once players have found the relic, they must interact with a nearby chest to find rings which, in turn, can be added to the hand.

As a result, a Daedra known as Velehk Sain will be summoned and players can decide either to kill him or free him. Killing him will reward you with a scimitar whilst freeing him will reward you with a treasure map which, when followed, will lead you to a whole lot of loot.

This easily-missed quest is just one of hundreds of secrets found within The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim alongside treasure found within the game’s first dungeon, a way that lets you bypass doors without a lockpick and even a trick to let you leap off mountains without dealing with that pesky fall damage.

Despite its age, the Bethesda classic is as popular now as it was back in 2011 so it is no wonder that fans are eager for The Elder Scrolls 6 when it releases some time in the future.

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Topics: Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls, Bethesda