Skyrim’s Nazeem as a Projectile: A Fun Game Mod for Fans

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, a renowned RPG with its high fantasy setting and intricate lore, is highly regarded by many as one of the best games ever made. Even after all these years, players still find plenty of ways to have fun with it. One of these is using Nazeem, one of the most disliked characters in the game, as a human projectile and launching him against a wall.

Players are able to show off their abilities with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, from making incredible trick shots to creating overpowered items via enchanting. For more than 11 years, the game has been a source of amusement. Moreover, many gamers have a strong opinion about Whiterun resident Nazeem.

When Nazeem becomes the trick shot itself.
by u/walter-fring in skyrim

Recently, in a Reddit post, user walter-fring suggested that the Skyrim NPC be utilized to pull off some trick shots. An accompanying video clip showed Nazeem standing on a drawbridge in front of a keep. When the player activated the lever, the drawbridge shot up and the impetus sent the character flying into the building, exploding in a burst of flames. A few test shots revealed that the Whiterun citizen did not always hit the target, but it still brought amusement to many to witness this much-despised Redguard being used as a projectile with the added bonus of a fiery finish.

Skyrim players generally don’t like Nazeem due to his haughty attitude towards the Dragonborn. Among the many characters in The Elder Scrolls V, some are particularly disliked. Nazeem is one such NPC, even though he is not harmful. This has led fans to devise inventive ways to get rid of the character.

Skyrim is still a favorite game among many, largely due to its deep lore and expansive world. It’s also very welcoming to newcomers to the RPG genre, which makes it a great choice for those just getting into the genre. In contrast to the earlier Elder Scrolls entries such as Daggerfall and Morrowind, Skyrim has a broader appeal, as well as the opportunity to take revenge on the annoying Nazeem should a player be so inclined.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – Anniversary Edition is out now for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.