Buy your Fork Barbarian Plushie here: https://makeship.com/collections/featured/products/fork-guyWithin the confines of Skyrim exist many different ways to attack enemies. Lay traps, get up close and personal with an axe, maybe summon a temporary friend to do the fighting for you. But there’s one method of attack that isn’t used quite as frequently as the others. Can You Beat Skyrim By Only Using Scrolls?Mitten Squad Discord: https://discord.gg/mittensquadThumbnail art made by: https://twitter.com/100DARKSTAROther Skyrim videos:Can You Beat Skyrim With Only A Torch? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UUPJWdgx_U0Can You Beat Skyrim Without Taking Any Damage?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lrejKEpQua4Can You Beat Skyrim: Dawnguard Without Taking Any Damage? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UGcaWmOgSN4Can You Beat Skyrim With Your Hands Bound? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zOF1nWnZaMsCan You Beat Skyrim With Only A Fork? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBVBrUXGpWkCan You Beat Skyrim With Only Shouts? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8TzSmz3BokE&t=5sCan You Beat Skyrim With Only Restoration Spells? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kg7irHJk7CETwitter: https://twitter.com/mittensquadCan You Beat Skyrim By Only Using Scrolls? (in text form)Because I’ve done so many of these Skyrim challenges by now, and because I almost never make mistakes in my playththroughs, I went with an Orc as my race. My gut told me that the damage inflicted on enemies from the Scrolls would not be impacted by the level of whatever skill would be associated with the effect of the scroll. Is that the truth? Maybe. But I don’t care because it doesn’t matter. I named myself Paper Boy, parkoured over Alduin’s head, made a beeline for the safety of a building, didn’t attack anything in there this time, I don’t make the same mistake twice unless I’m drinking or not paying attention, and exited out into the world of Skyrim, reading for the real game to begin. Now, like most of you at this point into the video, I was wondering how this was going to work. I had a vague idea of what I was going to do, but it wasn’t going to be easy or fun or family-friendly. This is an elaborate and multifaceted plan that will be a tremendous pain to make work. The first piece of the puzzle was caps. Scrolls can be found out and about roaming the countryside, but they’re rare. You don’t want a rare scroll, you want medium rare and that’s not what you’re gonna find in a wild scroll. To ensure I was able to obtain a scroll, I settled on buying one. I stopped by the golden bucket shop to sell the items I’d picked up in my many travels thus far and briefly attempted to glitch myself through this wall to reach the hidden chest lurking just above the void. I watched a video that showed how to do it. You need a weird magical box that you’re not supposed to be able to obtain that, when dropped, floats wherever you dropped it, almost like a Minecraft block. Because I didn’t have that, I failed, left, and made my way to Whiterun Stables to travel to Solitude. Solitude was not where I meant to go, so I got back on the carriage and rode to Dawnstar.You know what I’m doing here. At least, you think you do. You thought, like I did, that I’d be doing the exploit with that trader. Well you can’t do that if she’s not there. However, you can still access the chest to take whatever you want. A small part of me hoped a scroll would be in there, there was no scroll, of course, why would there be, but I did snag as much as my body could fit inside it, I momentarily considered abandoning this idea to do a Wooden Sword playthrough, realized I had to see this through, and waited inside a shop in Dawnstar for a few days, hoping the cat merchant would arrive. She never did.