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Terrifying Skyrim mod introduces Doctor Who's Weeping Angels

Imogen Donovan

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Terrifying Skyrim mod introduces Doctor Who's Weeping Angels

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda, BBC

Objectively, the Weeping Angels are the scariest creatures in Doctor Who, with the fear and reverence that fans have for their relentless hunting of the living replicated in Easter eggs like in The Witcher 3.

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If they were traumatic enough in spite of the safety of the screen between us and those plucky heroes on the television, then the fact that two Skyrim modders have added them to the RPG should see you off. Those who are a sucker for scares - I'm one of them - will want to take a butcher's at Kreiste and wSkeever's new quest Baba Yaga and the Labyrinth, which pits you against a fantastical form of the Weeping Angels in another dimension.

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PC Gamer's Jody Macgregor chronicled their time in the mod which was mostly being frightened out of their wits. The Baba Yaga and the Labyrinth quest begins with Riften's The Bee and Barb wherein the bartender instigates the journey to the wild witch who lives in an odd walking hut. While Baba Yaga has been featured in games before, this iteration is squeaky clean with humanoid tree trunk legs emerging from the base of the house and a ladder extending to the ground.

The house is abandoned as its owner, Hagnes, has travelled to a different dimension and she's stuck in a labyrinth where angel statues are stalking her. The angels are not a copy and paste of the ones from Doctor Who, but they are extremely unsettling, says Macgregor, causing the hairs on the back of your neck to stand up whenever you need to look round a corner.

The mod is free through Nexus Mods and all you'll need is the Wild Witch Outfit from these same modders in order for it to work. Off you go.

Topics: Mods, Skyrim, TV And Film, Bethesda

Imogen Donovan
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