Skyrim Player Builds Bizarre Throne of Meat

An individual who plays Skyrim has exhibited their extraordinary throne made of meat. Throughout the years, gamers have taken full advantage of the open-ended possibilities that Skyrim provides to make some peculiar and extraordinary things, but this one is especially noteworthy.

Since its launch in 2011, the Skyrim community has created some remarkable things. A popular example is when a Skyrim player assumed the role of Sheogorath and took down a dragon with cheese. It’s clear to see why Skyrim is such a beloved game, as it offers gamers a great platform to express their creativity. Even if certain creations, like the meat throne, might be off-putting to some players, it’s a small sacrifice to make in order for players to be able to showcase their imagination.

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Reddit user Federal_Recording_26 proudly shared their odd meat throne in a Reddit post. The player had assembled each piece of raw meat they could find in the Skyrim game, topping off Jarl Balgruuf’s throne with the amassed bounty. Eventually, the throne became engulfed in the meaty mass, leaving people to wonder what the smell must have been like. The poster was quick to reply that, “if Dragonsreach burned down, it would smell scrumptious.” Hard to argue with that logic

I call it the "Meat Throne"
by u/Federal_Recording_26 in skyrim

Gamers in the thread shared their own experiences of collecting random items in Skyrim. One player boasted about having filled the treasure room of the Thieves Guild with sweet rolls – an even stranger notion than the meat throne. It’s certainly a more appetizing concept! Another Skyrim enthusiast had a massive stockpile of bread in-game. It appears that the gaming community has an inexplicable urge to hoard the most peculiar of collections whenever they play Bethesda’s classic RPG.

No one doubts that when it is eventually released, The Elder Scrolls 6 will still provide gamers with unmatched liberty to do whatever they wish in the game world. It is likely that fans of the series have their own opinions on what the sequel should be, and even though Bethesda has proven itself to be great at pleasing large crowds, it is still uncertain if the long wait will be worth it.

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