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'Skyrim' Player Pulls Off The Ultimate Heist, Robbing Every Whiterun Resident Of Their Clothes

'Skyrim' Player Pulls Off The Ultimate Heist, Robbing Every Whiterun Resident Of Their Clothes

When you've played the same game for over 10 years, what better thing is there to do than strip a city naked?

Look, after over 10 years with a game, things start to wear thin. There’s only so many times one can repeatedly play Skyrim, as much as Bethesda would seem to think otherwise with all the re-releases. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to play Skyrim on my fridge. 

Normally, this would be the point where I transition smoothly into some nifty mod which promises to shake up the gameplay experience somewhat, but not today, reader. At the end of the day, Skyrim is a vast game even without any external, fan-made additions, and some of the best fun you can have comes straight from the vanilla version. 

While you're here, be sure to check out some of the best Skyrim wins and fails below.

Over on Reddit, one user, who goes by PeterPandaWhacker, has discovered the ultimate, secret achievement that any player should strive towards - stripping an entire city naked. On the r/skyrim subreddit, they posted: “When you reach level 100 in pickpocketing, what else is there to do than to undress the entirety of Whiterun?”

And what a sight it is to behold. You can practically see the confusion in those poor residents’ eyes - something seems amiss, they just can’t quite put their finger on what. Perhaps it’s that the weather is suddenly a lot colder today? The wind seems to be cutting through far more than usual. But, other than that, there just doesn’t seem to be any possible explanation.

It doesn’t seem like Whiterun’s newly-inducted nudist population will be reclothing themselves anytime soon, either: “Do their clothes ever respawn? Or [are they] stuck like that forever[?]” asked marcus_camby. “I'm not entirely sure. I stole their clothes a few in game weeks ago, and they haven't respawned yet. I honestly hope they'll never respawn. It's especially funny at night when everyone is at the Bannered Mare drinking and dancing in their underwear lmao,” replied PeterPandaWhacker.

So, that’s one way to pass the time while we wait for The Elder Scrolls 6, which, if we’re lucky, may release in our lifetimes. There is, as we all know, the bountiful array of mods available too, if you’re really wanting to spice up your Skyrim experience. Listen, petting the dogs is a complete game-changer. 

Featured Image Credit: Bethesda

Topics: Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls, Bethesda