They would have discovered a secret of Skyrim 10 years after its launch

They would have discovered a secret of Skyrim 10 years after its launch

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They would have discovered a secret of Skyrim 10 years after its launch

A discovery has fans of The Elder Scrolls motivated, as They seem to have revealed a secret of Skyrim 10 years after its launch. Fans have started filling Reddit and other venues with speculation. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim came out in 2011. Even today, many afterwards continue to play the RPG. And with The Elder Scrolls 6 so far away, fans will only have Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls Online for a while.

Luckily, they both have a wealth of content, and apparently the former has discoveries that players haven’t made yet. As noted, the discovery of this secret of Skyrim has come through Reddit, where a player recently went to the platform to share his find.

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They would have discovered a secret of Skyrim 10 years after its launch

They seem to have revealed a secret of Skyrim

If you have seen the viral post of Reddit, in it appears a Falmer, also known as Snow Elves, an ancient great race of elves led into hiding, and next to it, a tiny Falmer. If you’ve never seen a tiny Falmer, you are not the only one. In the comments, some claim that they have come across this type of character too, but many were surprised to see him. One player in the comments claims that the tiny Falmer is a static spawn in the ruins under Markarth, but at the moment this has not been validated.

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Also, although some players have encountered the creature, no one knows if it is a glitch or intentional. The fact that the character does not have unique stats suggests that this is the former, but for now this is just speculation. You better take everything with a grain of salt. Even if the image is real and the peculiar character is in the game, it is not clear if the character is intentional or just the product of a strange flaw.

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