So after comments on the previous comic about how I am frequently over-encumbered because of my hording habits in Skyrim I was informed that there is a “mechanic” within every Bethesda game that lets
dedicated, patient crazy players get around the weight limit. In Fallout, it’s mailboxes or your dog, in Skyrim it’s the SEVERED BODY PARTS OF YOUR ENEMIES!
Apparently you can reverse-loot a corpse and then use the ‘hold’ command to carry a portion of that body with you all over Skyrim, setting it down and looting it whenever you need access to your stuff. I gave it a shot and found a Skeleton head to be the most effective since my victims tend to not fall to pieces otherwise (#archerproblems) but it occurred to me how HORRIFIC walking in to a shop with a bandit’s head would look, especially once you proceed to pull 3 dragons’ worth of bones, 2 or 3 sets of dwarven armor, a few bear pelts, a wabbajack and a handful of swords out of it…
The 4th panel is my favorite ^_^
Dungeon Crawler Network Crew Appearances: Lituna
About The Artist
I was never much of a gamer growing up, sticking usually to games like The Sims, Spore, Smash Brothers and the like until I met Brodin. He plied me with games like Portal and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time and the deal was sealed. I am a sucker for fantasy and puzzle games and still am today.
I didn’t play many FPS or RPG games but I got a big kick out of Team Fortress 2 and when The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim released I was instantly hooked and spent hours wandering the mountainside. It was suggested that I give MMOs a shot and I tried out a handful, like Aion, Guild Wars 2 and even World of Warcraft, briefly, before discovering Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn and falling instantly in love.
I’m an avid reader and so the unique storytelling experience that games offer is a huge part of what piques my interest. I usually wind up watching Brodin play games that have a remarkable story but are beyond my skill level just so I can experience them. This is partially what also drew me to tabletop games as well.
My gaming experience is somewhat stunted compared to my friends because most of my free time winds up being devoted to drawing. For a while I fooled around and made pocket change drawing OCs, profile pictures and fanart for people online and even tried my hand at writing a couple of web-comics over the years before being recruited to draw for Dungeon Crawler Network. I primarily work in Photoshop and Manga Studio and really enjoy the freedom digital work offers.
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