When The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim was first released in 2011, it became a landmark release, and the popularity of the game persists to this day. In fact, Skyrim has only recently returned to the sales charts, proving that players are still eager to explore the vast open world of the game even a decade after its release.
“Skyrim”, as well as the girl of the Reddit user Suspicious pop1066. In a Reddit post, which at the time of writing this article has gained 6,000 votes, SuspiciousPop1066 explained how they gave their girlfriend their copy of Skyrim. About a month later, they looked into their friend’s Skyrim save to check her progress in the game, and found something rather strange in her basement.
For unknown reasons, a friend of Suspicious pop1066 decided to fill the basement of her house in Skyrim with buckets. There are actually so many buckets that it seems to be causing some problems with slowing down the game, judging by a clip uploaded by a user on the Reddit site. Buckets are useful for covering the eyes of NPCs when someone wants to steal without being caught, but there is no practical reason to hoard so many of them in one place.
So I gave my girlfriend my copy of Skyrim, and after about a month I look at her progress and find it in her basement… from Skyrim.
having accumulated a bunch of a certain item in his house, girlfriend Suspicious pop1066 is far from the first Skyrim player to accumulate a bunch of a certain item in his house. Many members of the Skyrim community have shared similar exploits over the years, such as one player who filled his Breezehome house with cheese. “Skyrim”, “Ancient Scrolls”.
In addition to the mass of buckets in the clip, the clip also shows that the girlfriend of the Suspicious pop1066 received Serana as a subscriber. Serana, for the uninitiated, is a vampire in Skyrim that players can recruit by completing the Dawnguard DLC. And although it wasn’t stated in the post, it seems that the girlfriend of the Suspicious pop1066 has set up the Sweet Side house in Riften as her base of operations and designated place to accumulate buckets.
It will be interesting to see “Elder Scrolls”. Currently, Bethesda has revealed very little about Ancient Scrolls 6 or what it will offer in terms of gameplay, so it’s unclear if players will be able to buy and live in their own homes like in Skyrim. However, it is likely that this feature will return, and it is also likely that players will be free to fill their homes with any random objects, including buckets.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim — The anniversary edition has already been released for PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X.