Skyrim: 5 Things You Probably Didn't Know You Could Do - The Elder Scrolls 5: Secrets (Part 13)


Skyrim offers players a variety of characters to meet, locations to visit and quests to complete. However nearly seven years after The Elder Scrolls 5 was released, many Dragonborns may finally be starting feel like they’ve done it all, beaten every boss, found every Easter Eggs and saved every guild. Thankfully, that’s not the case, as today we’ll be taking a look at five more things you (probably) didn’t know you could do in The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim.
  • COOKIE WOKE

    Oh I didn't know you were allowed to use non english adjectives. This opens up a lot of doors for you Nate.

  • BILLYCRAFTER2010

    When you said assassinate the emperor you didn’t say murder to deathTop 10 anime betrayals

  • TheNN

    Another detail about the 'Challenger', if you cast a Fury spell on him, everyone else will turn hostile to him, and this will also make him be like "Hey, stop attacking me this is meant to be a duel".

  • SoulidiumHollow

    Listen up Nate, I found this out by pure chance; however you know that big ol yellowish gooey Dragon, Duhniviir? He's not undead despite what people think. I have a 'heal undead' spell (Which comes in handy for your vampire buddy in the main Dawnguard quest.) I used the 'heal undead' spell on him and it didnt work! So I opted to "Heal other" and by Talos it worked like a charm. So he's not a rotting corpse despite what alot of people claim..he just is rotting away despite still going. After all his name literally translates to "Curse never dying" in dragon.So he's literally the textbook example of what happens if you do not have everlasting youth...but cannot die either, kinda...creepy when you think about it.

  • Itama

    I have actually never ever picked up the farengar quest before obtaining the dragon stone, since I always do the golden claw quest, before going to whiterun xD

  • Aiden Gonzalez

    I thought pretty much everyone did the Golden Claw quest before going to Whiterun?

  • Motaz Fawzi

    6:45 Wait!!!! Does that mean that barrel are basically trash cans...and I thought they were some kind of storage.

  • Lachloni Pepperoni

    Did you know you can start a thieves guild & Riften guard war. Once you join the thieves guild all you have to do is attack any random guard in Riften, get as many guards to chase you as possible and then run into the thieves guild via the cemetery. It is really fun watching the battle play out, and it unlocks some unique dialog from surviving thieves guild members.

  • Johnny Pearseed

    Skyrim is one absolute unit of a game

  • Erik Åkerblom 9B Jättestenskolan

    Oyfum oh wrong channel..

  • ReZaHydra

    There is an exploit where you can kill Kematu right after getting his gold, and if you do, Saadia will thank you as if she was never paralyzed, completing the quest twice.I guess you could say that...you killed Kematu. What, you think he was Murdered to Death? Don't be silly.

  • shadowdragonomega

    I thought both sides were lying to me. So I murdered them all to death.

  • lil csonka

    Dovahkiin's out there fighting Challengers and what do I get?Lollygaggers...

  • Armash Agha

    5 years later5 more things to do in skyrim

  • Mortuse Draco

    Saadia is guilty in my eyes for a couple of reasons 1. She lies about who she is2. She came to skyrim which has thalmor everywhere 3.keamute only paralyzes her and reacts super negatively ig you kill her as if she's a person of importance. 4. After turning her in I've always had thalmor agents attack me with a note saying I compromised one of their agents.

  • Jan Krajnc

    I was sitting and playing skyrim waiting for part 13 of murdered to death to pop up on my notifications

  • Troper H'ghar

    3:21 "dungeons and drauger"Aww that was always my favorite expansion

  • ElectricLuxray

    If the next game is set in Hammerfell we may finally find out what happened in the canon version of "In My Time of Need."

  • Alyssa Davidson

    I think Saadia's lying. There's no way in hell she'd leave her life behind and go on the run, but then say that she's not sure why the Alik'r are after her when questioned. No fugitive is oblivious as to the reason they're in hiding. Also, if Kematu had just wanted her corpse for the gold, you killing her in front of him wouldn't ruin his plan; he could still just bring her body in to whoever hired him and collect the reward. But, instead, he's angry that he now can't bring her in for the fair trial he spoke of. There's just too much evidence on Kematu's side.

  • Nick G.

    Huh, I thought everyone who's played Skyrim more than once would've gotten into the habit of raiding Bleakfalls Barrow before even heading to Whiterun. I've probably played a minimum of five separate "new games" in Skyrim since first buying it in 2014 and I've almost certainly raided Bleakfalls Barrow four of those times right from the start.

  • Honest M'aiq

    Here are some Turkish adjectives :Devhasa (this is how you pronounce it , the way you spell is Devasa) , kocaman , büyükOh and most importantly , this is how you say murdered to death in Turkish :Öldürene kadar katletmekYou're already welcome.EDIT : as a guy in the comments pointed out , yes , "Ölümüne katletmek" would do as well , in fact it's a lot more correct , but I wanted to write "Öldürene kadar katletmek" because it sounds a lot more hilarious in English..."Murdered to death till he was killed"Heh ... New quote...

  • Jeremy Landon

    In my time of need? More like- in my time of greed. 😃 I always get the best of both worlds by turning Sadia in and then collecting my bounty from the Alkir then killing kenmatu thus releasing Sadia from the paralyze spell. She will then be hostile but if you cast a simple calm spell on her you can complete the quest with Sadia and gain the bounty from her too. When the spell wears off and she becomes hostile again then you kill her with no bounty on your head for any of it. Play it safe and kill em' all I say. ☺

  • Muhummad Smith

    I swear you've already mentioned the Bleak Falls Barrow fact previously

  • PlotTwist

    the fortify alchemy glitch is one of the most widely known glitches to be honest, anyways nice to put it in a video so more ppl will know

  • riemaennchen

    I have over 700 hours in Skyrim and haven't beaten it once. So I still have enough to do.^^

  • Fatacemcafee

    90% of the skyrim players grab the dragon stone before heading to white run cuz of the merchants quest lol

  • LightningBlaze100

    "I'll pin a comment with some links that explain the alchemy exploit!">Pins some random ass comment with absolutely nothing to do with that, or Skyrim, at all instead

  • FloppyBeagle 926

    I fought the challenger then had the boethia cultist attack in the middle of the fight

  • Phantom of Death

    Here's a fun secret. If you are a higher level in any type of magic, alchemy, or enchanting, you can talk to Farangar for the first time with unique dialogue. This can only be done if you do the main quest up to that point.

  • Blaine Webb

    Hey Nate, so today, I was playing through my dark brotherhood quest line, and killed Enodius Papius, well, it seems that the owner of the wood mill up the road from him, sent me a letter wanting to reward me for murdering the poor man to death! Maybe that is the man who hired the brotherhood in the first place? Something to look into!

  • Henriko Magnifico

    Your videos are so good and well put together that you're now my favorite Skyrim-tuber. Any thoughts on branching out to videos / reviews on Skyrim mods as well?

  • Sonny

    where's the pinned comment, Nate???

  • ApexKilo

    The Alakir are telling the truthhttp://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Taneth#Fourth_Era"During the Great War sometime after 4E 175, the city-state of Taneth was besieged, taken control by the Third Aldmeri Dominion. Supposedly, the Kingdom of Taneth could have held their own against the Dominion, had they not been compromised by a traitor from within. It was said that Iman, a noblewoman had traded secrets with the Dominion, which resulted in Taneth's downfall. For treason, the nobles of Taneth had sent warriors of the Alik'r to bring her back for trial. Iman fled to the northern province of Skyrim, where she hid as a barmaid in Whiterun by 4E 201, adopting the name Saadia and claiming that she spoke out against the Dominion. It is unknown whether she was brought back to Taneth, or if she escaped further away."

  • Tyg Rahof

    Saadia is guilty and needs to be returned for her crimes!

  • PRINCE KRAZIE

    NEVER MET THE CHALLENGER.

  • Azo The Wolf

    I think you work for Bethesda

  • Jessica Parker

    do you really have to spend the first 2 minutes of every video with the same introduction explaining that skyrim is a deep game?

  • VictoriumStudios 78

    The Wizard Challenger made me want to start a Telivanni Wizard Build

  • Andreas Brandt

    My first character was a pure mage, with at least 150+ hours of playtime, and I have NEVER encountered the "Challenger."

  • aries

    The year is 3018, TheEpicNate315 has just uploaded episode #3056 in his series of “Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do In Skyrim” series.

  • Marco Vinicio Chavarria Brenes

    Sadia or Kematu? Beer or wine? Fap or no fap? Those questions are timeless mysteries for us mortals!

  • 85244e

    another cool thing about the briarhearts is that if you shoot them in the heart with an arrow they will die instantly

  • PGE The Elder Scrolls Türkiye

    murdered to death till he was killed

  • Patryk Kruszona

    WTF most of todays "things" already have been shown by You...

  • Damon FF

    Actually i believe Saadia is like 100% guilty, from the beginning she wants you to murder those Alikr, even at the end she’ll thank you for doing that. On the other hand all kamatu does, is to paralyze her, even when you kill Saadia he reacts in a harsh way. Saadia was kinda lying from the beginning about her name and... and i have question why on god’s earth Thalmor would hire some Redguards, which their thirsty for their blood, to kill Saadia, while they have a lot of soldiers themselves.

  • Riko Vladimir

    did you now you could have a skeleton army in Skyrim you need ordinator and the bone collector perk it's kinda creepy nut it's spooktober after all LOL

  • Mindy Auron

    Skyrim is big but the available possible replacements for “big” certainly is notToday. French. Tomorrow, Austrian

  • Trace Antonacci

    You can use the clear skies shout to remove rain and blizzards.

  • vargen1414

    8:36 just use like a Fortify Sneak by 10,000% potion

  • Scuba Steve

    Personally, given Kematu's harsh words if you kill her compounded with the dialogue he has when speaking to her, I am more inclined to believe Kematu's story.

  • Demonmagnos

    A neat thing about The Golden Claw quest is that Lucan's shop is open 24/7 before you finish it.

  • The Big Powerboss

    Dungeons & Draugrs, huh...

  • Gary Does Things

    I have actually always done the Farengar one. I have never done the normal *accept quest then go to Bleak Falls Barrow*. I just get it then go meet him. Even my first character I did the Golden Claw first.

  • Leafy Mitsuwa

    Nate, I really feel you're scraping the barrel here.You start of by saying that we've /probably/ done it all, repeatedly, and what do you offer us?#1, and #2 - Different dialogue options. Whilst I feel the challenger is lesser known to Skyrim players, Riverwood almost essentially exists to get the player into Bleakfalls.#3 - a glitch. Really? So you are saying that we probably did not know that a massive open-world game has glitches? And to that, you do not even label it as a glitch, or even warn your audience that it is NOT lore friendly.Not only that, but you add inaccuracies, that you can create armor that takes all damage. Unless modded, but that is a different topic all together, damage reduced is capped. I do not know what this value is, but I believe it to be approx ~ 80%. Furthermore, armor rating is capped as well. So even if you have armor with a rating of say, 20 million, everything, and again, I do not know the exact number, but I believe it is either 500-600 or 800 -- regardless, everything above that is useless for combat. But it sure looks shiny. Lastly, the effects of the glitch cannot be stacked infinitely, as you claim, as the number eventually overflows.#5 - Whilst you seem either fine with, or unaware of glitches, why not mention the possible outcomes of this quest? As-is you forgot to mention the possibility of getting a gold reward from both parties. Pity.As an honourable mention, the honourable mention fact feels like it is re-used content from one of your other video's, and probably is. In my opinion, there is nothing wrong with referring to other facts, or earlier stated content, as long as you add something new to the table.As a conclusion to this video, I am wondering a fee things ...#1 - What is your target audience? Whom are you trying to /inform/?#2 - I feel as-if the level of intelligence is not being respected, as a viewer.#3 - Content-wise, I feel like you did not do your homework, or even glanced at the massive amounts of information available, such as wiki's.Overall, it feels like this video was a video for the sake of making a video.Usually I like your content, but you dropped the ball, big-time, on this one.

  • Th3Devils Heart

    What's the mod for your sword?

  • Gareth Lamb

    I had a challenger appear in Whiterun and started the magic duel. I turned him into a pile of coins with the Wobbajack before he cast a spell.

  • Jack Page

    Murdered To Death Squad were we at?

  • tubefan90000

    Come on, you're losing your touch. I've only been playing Skyrim for a few months and I knew all of theseHad the Challenger challenge me when I left my house in Whiterun to go grinding before a quest I'd been having difficulty with, drew my weapons to fight forgetting I had them equipped instead of spells, got called a cheater. Then proceeded to die because I wasn't prepared anyway...My first playthrough, I reached Riverwood, went to find somewhere to sell things, got the quest for the Dragon's Claw in Bleak Falls Barrow, finished the quest, continued to Whiterun and the main quest, got the dialogue with the rude wizard. I honestly thought that Bethesda intended for that to happen, thus the quest in Riverwood that sends you there even before reaching WhiterunThe Fortify Restoration glitch is one of the most well known exploits in the game, though I'll admit to learning about it from a video about getting the strongest equipment. I also used it to a very small extent to get better than usual equipment (literally just Fortify Restoration while wearing as much Fortify Alchemy armour possible made at the highest level normally possible, re-equip once and craft Fortify Enchanting potions that were better than otherwise possible, then use them for better enchantments than otherwise possible, just not ridiculously powerful stuff)And the comments when searching through barrels I get all the time, mostly in Riverwood from bard guy I can't remember the name of, always saying something like "oh, just happened to find that, did you?", as though implying I stole that red apple someone left in a barrel that nobody cared aboutThe Saadia one I'll admit was learned through other videos about the quest, thoughBut seriously, 3 of 5 were learned within a month of playing before even reaching Parthurnax, one is a glitch/bug and the most well known exploit aside from bucket heads, and you listed your honorary mention in another video, meaning of 6 possible things someone might not have known, 5 are most likely knownSorry man, I think you're running out of ideas for this series

  • Dylan Leitch

    Hey Nate, not sure if you’ve covered this but when you are asked to kill one of the captives when first meeting Astrid if you only kill 2 out of the 3 you find some unique voice lines from Astrid, and ever possibility of killing 2 of the 3 gives cool dialogue lines

  • SmoKK z0r

    This game was amazing perfect, still surpirse after so many years

  • Joe Nesvick

    When I first played, I actually went to Bleak Falls Barrow first for the Golden Claw. I prefer going to White Run first though. I have the one ring mod, so I get that in Riften first 🤣. I have pickpocketed those hearts.

  • Niccy Cawkwell

    ever time i pickpocketed the briar heart, i would get hired thugs after me sent by the briar hearts lol

  • Aify

    never kill Saadia, harem route is the best =)

  • Alex Wilson

    In the Saadia/Kamatu quest, you can actually take gold from both of them. Basically, go talk to kamatu at the cave. Tell him you'll side with him. Lead Saadia to the stables. Let him paralyze her. Take money from him. Kill him. When Saadia wakes up, use a pacify spell on her. While pacified, she is friendly and you can complete the quest like you killed kamatu for her. Take gold from Saadia. Let Pacify spell ware off. Kill Saadia. Boom, 1000 gold.

  • Jamie Lynn Villeneuve

    ESO proved saadias guilty

  • vilho rokka

    Please try saying "todella suuri" it's finnish and it means massive

  • Blaine Webb

    Lol finally a new video, lol was starting to have withdraws from the lack of EpicNate's informative information!

  • Koro_Symphony :3

    You're not a wizard, Dragonborn

  • TerrusIce

    Any mod recommendation for Skyrim LE that improve quality of enemy gear. Chance for them to get upgraded one, and leaders with chance for enchanted one?

  • Callum Thornton

    Next adjective gargantuan

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