A wizard did it.
I lost Lydia one day. One minute I was walking around Whiterun, the next she was gone. I thought maybe she had gone back home, but she wasn’t there. Then I figured she had gotten stuck somewhere, so I figured after a few days she would get tired of waiting and come back home.
But she didn’t. I thought she was dead.
Until I happened to be in the city jail, and… there she was.
I still don’t know what the hell she did to get arrested (and why I didn’t get in any trouble for it).
They all lined up neatly then demanded I demonstrate my new Shout. What was I supposed to do?
“How do wood elves handle this 2012 world of cement?”
A look at what Skyrim would be like if it was still around in modern day.
I haven’t played Skyrim and this is still genius
Just gonna keep reblogging anything that makes Skyrim a part of my daily life
Elderflower Scrolls: Skyyrum (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim cocktail)
Skyy vanilla vodka
Sparkling elderflower presse
Spiced rum (Sailor Jerry)
Directions: “We’ve based this whole drink entirely around a series of highly amusing Skyrim puns – but luckily, it’s also delicious. First, create a sugared rim by dipping your high ball glass into the vanilla vodka, and then into a plate of sugar. Now put ice into the glass and pour in 175ml of the presse down the side (the inside, of course). Add a measure of spiced rum on top of that, and garnish with an orange peel dragon’s tongue.”
I used to make cocktails, but then…
Loading, the gaming cafe and bar in Falmouth, England, has created six new brilliant gaming drinks that were recently published in an article on The Guardian. Each drink is themed after a hit game of 2011. It should be noted that this Skyrim drink is also supported by Bethesda! To see the others, visit the article previously linked. If you’re around the Falmouth area, don’t forget to stop by Loading for a drink and some good times.
Drink created by James Dance of Loading.