If you're even remotely into memes, then chances are that you've seen these Khajiit memes floating around the meme-o-sphere at one point or another. And in case you're not a gaming nerd, Khajiit is a cat-like race known for its mercantile skills and thievery in the game The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Its third-person speech and cunning antics has inducted it into notorious meme-dom, so we thought we'd bring you some of our favorite examples!
Skyrim memes are nothing new - the hallowed halls of Reddit and Instagram seem to be crawling with them daily. If you find yourself staying up too late or thinking about the game when you should be working or spending quality time with your loved ones, staring at these memes might be a good way to pretend you don't have a problem.
Skyrim memes are really enjoying a moment on Reddit. A month after the Skyrim Skill Tree meme gained popularity, a new Elder Scrolls-related format has started to explode on the r/dankmemes subreddit. The exploitable Photoshop meme uses the game's eye width character customization controls beside before and after images of various types of characters/animals. Not an intellectual's meme, but definitely entertaining, especially for players of the game.
Skyrim has had a big couple of weeks, and now we have an entire meme format devoted to the game. This reaction meme pairs someone doing something with a screenshot of a corresponding Skyrim skill. The possibilities are endless.
Elder Scrolls Online announced during Bethesda's E3 2016 conference that they will be introducing One Tamriel, a game-wide alteration that aims to make all areas of the world open to everyone playing through enemy level scaling. For those that don't know this basically means that players otherwise too powerful for certain areas will be adjusted down, and vice versa for those that are too weak. What do you guys think of this?
Check out the following video the team featured at E3 as well:
Also, don't forget about that Dark Brotherhood -Blood Will Flow, DLC dropping tomorrow!