Skyrim streamer adds excitement to Dark Brotherhood speedrun by making cheese wheels appear every second during speedrun.
Skyrim enthusiasts have done an exceptional job of continually evolving, expanding, and revitalising their playthroughs since its first release.
PC gamers have often accomplished this through downloading mods for Bethesda RPG, such as adding massive new questlines, mechanics updates and luxurious spas – in some cases giving Vampire Lords more powers or offering you the opportunity to become high priest of your own temple!
DougDoug recently demonstrated this point with an hilarious speedrun attempt he attempted on Tamriel.
Have you attempted a speedrun this challenging in Skyrim?
DougDoug has become known for their adventurous Mario Maker and Elden Ring challenges, but their experience also extends into Skyrim where they once attempted a speedrun while opening up Twitch chat to generate objects and creatures on-stream at random times during gameplay.
Streamer’s recent broadcast of Dark Brotherhood offers an equally chaotic approach, using scripted cheese wheels spawned under all NPCs at gradually increasing volumes every second, rendering their goal of speedrunning its quest lines considerably less feasible.
“Can the game handle it?” was their initial question before trying to set up code which kept track of how many cheese wheels appeared at any one time in real-time, before setting out their journey which quickly escalated into an urgent race against time to reach goals before more cheese wheels added caused their game to crash.
DougDoug then played through an offbeat version of the introduction sequence, showing NPCs endlessly rising upon steadily-increasing cheese wheel towers – eventually fleeing Helgen and setting forth on an adventure to kill Grelod the Kind.
Soon enough, they had arrived at an increasingly cheese-packed Dark Brotherhood sanctuary. Unfortunately, Markarth proved difficult as soon as their game quickly crumbled under strain from cheese wheel use.
Unfortunately, it crashed soon after DougDoug received the quest to kill Alain Dufont. However, the streamer continued on with their experiment in creating cheese towers beneath an NPC without them falling off of it.
DougDoug was certain a cheese tower record would be reached with around 24 wheels in their tower, according to their estimates.
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