Shoots the enemy with a spell in Skyrim: Bethesda uses Creation to make both The Elder Scrolls and Fallout games. It has become well-known for letting the player and NPCs interact with things in the environment. When you play Skyrim, buckets can place slowly over shopkeepers’ heads, blocking their line of sight and making it easier for you to steal from the store.
When an enemy dies, they ragdoll. This would cause NPCs to fly off on cartwheels when hit with a mighty killing blow. This is one of the most well-known things about the Creation engine. It was even meant to make enemies look like rag dolls when you threw them away with Unrelenting Force in Skyrim.
As long as they were the killing blow on that person, certain spells could also push them away. This can see in a clip from Reddit user ZeldaJT, in which they kill a Draugr and throw its ragdoll body into a human-sized pot both up a staircase and across a gap.
Shoots the enemy with a spell in Skyrim
These empty human-sized jars can find all over Skyrim’s dungeons and crypts. They make great medieval basketball hoops, but the chances of shooting an enemy into one from afar are meager.
As it turns out, Skyrim’s physics can be a little tricky at times. This makes the shot even more impressive. Because the game lets players move and throw many items affected by the game’s physics engine. There aren’t many examples of players throwing small things at targets, let alone throwing enemies with magic.
There is even more reason to amaze by this shot: The Draugr that kill was the last enemy in this area. This makes Skyrim’s “final kill-cam” show the whole thing in slow motion so that you can see it all. If the Draugr survived its fiery ordeal, it might have been stuck upside down in a pot. Recently, it has shown that Skyrim enemies can sometimes fight off the attacks that the game offers in slow motion.
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