I'd still be making my character in the time he beat the game
it takes me that long just get to riverwood
and i thought i was smart getting the stone tablet befor going to whiterun
Honestly this dude is fucking great... really entertaining, made the crowd laugh, and explained everything pretty well IMO
There are two ways to play Skyrim. 1) Just do things you are supposed to do and experience a great RPG. 2) Embrace how extremly broken this game is and experience the weirdest of things.
Isn't this the couch guy from the Mirrors Edge speedrun? lol
Skyrim buckets are the equivalent of Oblivion paint brushes
I love this guy. I feel like he could do a playthrough of anything and always sound interesting.
This dude is so good at commentating while speedrunning, hes like perfect for AGDQ.
Whoever came up with the bucket trick the first time was a goddamn genius or a madman. Or both.
And here I am with 46 hours in the game and I just killed my second dragon
Ralof/Hadvar getting to River wood: There was a black Dragon flyting toward White Run...Gerdur/Alvor: Oh yeah, but it was defeated by the Dragonborn few hours ago.
My boyfriend's brother actually tried that guard trick irl. He told a policeman he was out after curfew just so he could get a lift home. Ended up in jail overnight instead lmao
24:50 "I'm bored let's go buy a husband."
"You mean a glitch?" "it's a part of the game it's not my fault."
I need a shirt with "Lore Happens"
It's just amazing how much they can break the game and make it look easy.
Probably the best speed run I've seen. This guy is really entertaining to watch.
Did anyone notice at 34:56 in the bottom right the 'PC - 2013' changed to 'PC - 2011'???
Definitely my favorite speedrun, very entertaining gameplay and player, seems like a really chill guy enjoys what he’s doing, big up my guy
Completes the game in 46:20....< Currently has 1,352 hours of gameplay and never completed it once lol....... FMLScrew you mods...!
honestly , the "mountain Climbing horse " really made me laugh
I vote this for canonical Dovahkiin. Not some ferocious berserker, or ultra arch-mage, or impossible thief-ssassin. A guy with a bucket who backtalks everyone and casually reads world breaking accords during his own wedding.
This that the guy that started the meme: I think thats a glitch
"unfortunately, that's a very valuable horse,...and i need to punch it." now put that out of context, i love this guy. He's super sympathetic, SKYRIM FOR THE NORDS!
As it turns oat, you can use a dragon shoat. Don't worry aboat it.
Me:,,Hey, I'm a lvl 80 mage. I just completed the main story."DrTChops:,,Hey, I'm level 1.. and completed the main story. c:"...Very entertaining this guy :D
°finishes the game°°still level one°
21:16 "Have you learned nothing from us?" Well... yeah. Pretty much nothing at all.
why do you start off by saying, "i now have infinite stamina"? How? No explanation at all.
This dude already at Sovngarde while I'm still at the character creation screen
He was a superb runner and did a good job explaining what was happening, with humour.
Mario could have just flown you to Skuldafn
I love how you can destroy this game to hell with a bucket :D
Who is donating $100 jesus
26:33 acid is one hell of a drug
"I wanted to skip his dialogue but he was 40 feet in the air" Best moment
Lol he used a guard as a warpzone.
"it's pretty hard to die to him"dies to him
Although "Skyrim" has a nice atmosphere and some cool moments, I've found the game increasingly underwhelming as time has gone on. Seeing this dude sprint through the entire game in such a short time has made me reflect on how disposable and boring a lot of it actually is. The writing for most of the quests is nonsensical and bad, the gameplay is simplistic and unpolished, and the actual RPG elements (IE, decision-making and character-building) are very superficial relative to something like "Morrowind." It's a game that's spread wide but lacks depth. As I mentioned, I quite like the atmosphere and some of the story elements. That medieval Scandinavian folklore vibe the game goes for is cool, but all the aforementioned issues drag the experience down. Like, you'll be wandering through the wilderness as the orchestral score swells and you'll think "damn, this is pretty nice." But then you run into an NPC who has the same voice as the last fifty guys you talked to or another repetitive bout of "mash the attack button" combat with a monster, which makes the world feel artificial and dull.
Lol I remember scaling the throat of the world by foot it took me like an hour but still worth it
...... damn, just watched Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and now Skyrim speed run..... its 4:17am, i am almost half way through this run and i am going to go back and play Oblivion the moment this stream ends
Learned a lot in 4 min and 50 sec in and can relate to DrTChop as I always say all this stuff to myself
This is dragonbaneNow i have 2 dragonbanes
25:10 ahh... I’m excited😂
Who likes him and who doesn't like him
b u c k e t s a r e m a g i c a l .
I wonder how fast you can do Special Edition with the Unoffical Patch installed.
How do people find these glitches? Its amazing
Oh god, it's the glitch guy from the Mirrors Edge run.
Press [TAB] to access your inventory and magic
I listen to this video to fall asleep ☺️
This is actually really fun to watch unlike other speedruns, props for the commentary rly enjoyed it
"I think I'm gonna go get married."Gold.
Can someone tell me what happened to this man at 37:05
5:28 Someone sent a donation of 911
Didn't harvest a single Snowberry...
34:55 it changes from "PC - 2013" to "PC - 2011" LOL
CLIMB IN BACK AND WELL BE OFF
this dude has been training this speedrun even before the game was released
I love how you killed Nirn alduin before the Jarl even knew about the dragons
Does nobody realize he's the guy from the glitchless mirrors edge speedrun lol
Gotta say it again. Big props for actually having good commentary while doing this run at the same time
The glitch where he became the horse happened to me in regular gameplay. Thanks Bethesda.
Nothing more irritating than a runner saying "don't worry about it" when they do something unexpected or glitchy in a run. Explain it to us, man, that's literally the whole reason you're on screen with a mic.