By the Grace of Sheogorath: The Weirdest Skyrim Mods
Just to change things up, this mod replaces all of the chickens in the game with miniature mammoths. You wouldn’t hurt one of these, would you?
This mod allows to literally shout people into wheels of cheese—cheesifying your opponents whenever you please. Hey, that even rhymed.
Instead of punching them in the head or chopping their limbs off (assuming you have a mod that lets you do that in Skyrim), why not turn them into cheese and eat them? It’s like cannibalization, only tastier and without the guilt.
No Spiders – ‘piderMan ‘dition
Does whatever a spider can
Spins a web, any size,
Catches thieves just like flies
Here comes the Spiderman.
If you have a fear of spiders, the last thing you want to encounter in Skyrim—or any where, for that matter—is a giant spider. This mod aims to make spiders a lot less disturbing to your senses by replacing them all with Spidermen who just happen to take on the shape of those giant spiders.
Okay, so it’s not exactly any less disturbing than giant spiders, but it’s hardly terrifying to see one dressed up in a red and blue suit.
Tiny Angry Trolls
Who needs giants or demons, when you can simply call in a horde of diminutive, obstreperous trolls to do your bidding? Now you can find out for yourself. Like the name suggests, this mod allows you to summon up to 30 tiny, angry trolls to fling at your enemies.
Goatfrey is a companion who can join you on your adventures, aiding in combat, carrying items, and best of all—he’s immortal. Did we mention that Goatfrey is a goat? Smaller than most goats, Goatfrey will not replace any of your current companions and can accompany you without taking up any slots. When outside of combat, Goatfrey will mill around doing goat-like activities like eating grass, laying down, making goat noises, and generally chewing on things.
Divine Punishment for Arrows in the Knee
Have you ever wanted to punish Skyrim’s guards for commenting about how they used to be adventurers like you, until they took an arrow in the knee? Well, instead of attacking them manually, why not let Skyrim’s gods take care of the business for you. Installing this mod will cause these guards to be struck down by a heaven-sent bolt of lightning the instant they relay their life story to you. Fus RoSNAPSON.