Skyrim Modder brings Yorkshire Tea to Tamriel.
The land of Skyrim has many delicious foods as well as drinks. Even if you’ve left all the garlic behind to make a sword, there are still plenty of options.
You might crave a refreshing drink from the real world if you have made this rare weapon and sliced your way through a bunch of rude NPCs.
Skyrim modder One has made your dream of a British cup of tea while you sat by the fire at The Bannered Mare or The Sleeping Giant Inn a reality.
Stick the kettle on, Lydia; I’ve earned it.
This mod delivers the delicious drink to you and is called Yokesheer tea – A Perfectly Balanced Mod with No Exploits. It is the work modder dbs156. He is also responsible for the garlic, as mentioned above, the sword, and the shields that protect you against magic.
They’ve now used their modding skills to bring Yorkshire Tea to Skyrim in an approach that The Spiffing Brit would approve of.
The mod allows you to make three versions of Yokesheer Tea, which is copyright-friendly, using the game’s cooking pots. However, Tamriel’s poorer and tealess inhabitants have not yet invented kettles.
These poor souls can now have a cup of Yokesheer Tea every day. It is a full-recovery tea that restores their health, Magicka, stamina, and vitality.
Yokesheer tea Decaf can be used if they are watching their caffeine intake. It will make their health, stamina, and Magicka regenerates 100% faster in 600 seconds while limiting their excess energy.
Yokesheer Gold is for the most affluent and true tea connoisseurs. It claims to be “the finest tea ever brewed” and “the essence of the Divines in tea form.” This tea gives the drinker many positive benefits, including increased stamina and health, Magicka of 1k points, and curing all types of diseases.
This one is the most obnoxious and can cause issues for your game due to the number of effects it activates at once. Make sure you don’t drink it.
Dbs156 states that they don’t intend to offend the British people. So you can sip and relax knowing that the drink creator respects our beautiful, if depressing, culture.
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