By the Grace of Sheogorath: The Weirdest Skyrim Mods
Fun Force Enchantment
Many mods try to make the game more realistic. This one doesn’t. Instead, it lets you to enchant your weapons with the same effect as the Fus Ro Dah shout. And that allows you to send anything you hit flying.
Remember the killer rabbit in Monty Python and the Holy Grail? Well, this mod’s designed to make all rabbits in the game extremely hostile, bestowing upon them the scripting of the deadly dremora. They’ll attack anything on sight, but you won’t need a Holy Handgrenade of Antioch to take them out. They’ll still die in a single hit. It just makes them rabid, so be sure to arm yourself with a little carving knife to kill the little bastards the moment they lunge at your throat.
Zabs Black Knight Mod
None shall pass! Deck yourself out in the armor of the infamous Black Knight from Monty Python and the Holy Grail. It doesn’t come with detachable limbs, unfortunately. He’s not to be confused with the Knights Who Say Ni, who are an altogether different breed of knight. Strangely enough, no one’s bothered to make those particular knights for Skyrim.
The creator of the Crimes Against Nature mod has done it again with a tribute to Richard Donner’s classic kids adventure film The Goonies. Sloth Race adds a race of people who look just like the lovable (and hideously deformed) character of the same name from Goonies.
Just like in the movie (which you seriously need to watch, stat, if you’ve never seen it), Sloth wears a Superman cutoff t-shirt and dons a pirate hat, which seems to go well with his asymmetrical visage—as well as anything could be expected to, we suppose. If you want him to join you in your adventures, you’ll find him hanging around Whiterun Stables. And were you to ask nicely, he’d offer you some of his limitless supply of Ben & Jerry’s Rocky Road-ish Ice Cream.
Also, you should seriously watch this movie today.
Potatoes are in vogue these days, especially thanks to Portal 2—or should we say ‘Potato 2′? Ugh. In any case, this mod adds two new types of arrows into the game: potato arrows and explosive potato arrows.
Augment your armaments with these devastating war-tubers and wreak havoc amongst your foes.
No Summon Limit
There’s a reason a cap on the monsters you summon exists in Skyrim. For a technical standpoint, it’s to prevent the game from crashing. Otherwise, it’s meant to keep the game’s balance in check as summoning dozens of creatures to aid you in battle would render much of the game too easy.
But if you’re reading this list, you probably don’t care too much about maintaining the game’s balance. To that end, this mod gets rid of the creature summoning cap so you can summon as many creatures as you like. Have at it!