Skyrim’s Nazeem Makes a Great Projectile

Skyrim’s Nazeem Makes a Great Projectile

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim players continue to have fun with Nazeem as one fan decides the Whiterun resident should become an NPC projectile.

A Skyrim player decided that Nazeem, one of the game’s most hated characters, would be more useful being hurled against a wall as a projectile. Known for its high fantasy setting and deep lore, The Elder Scrolls 5 is considered by many to be one of the greatest RPGs of all time. Of course, this appeal goes beyond simply acting as the Dragonborn and saving the world from dragon attacks, and there’s no end of fun that can be had in Skyrim even after all these years.


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There’s a lot that can be done outside the main story, such as players showing off their general skills. Whether it’s demonstrating incredible trick shots in Skyrim or manipulating the enchanting mechanic to make some ridiculously overpowered items, TES5 continues to be a source of entertainment more than 11 years after releasing. Another thing that fans are familiar with is Whiterun resident Nazeem, and many players like to make their feelings towards him known.

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For example, in a recent post on Reddit, user walter-fring decided that the Skyrim NPC could be used to pull off some trick shots. A brief clip uploaded with the post shows Nazeem standing on a drawbridge right outside a keep. When the player activates the lever, the drawbridge springs up and the momentum hurls the character into the building, where he bursts into flames. A few test shots show that the Whiterun citizen doesn’t always hit the target, but for many, it’s amusing to see this much-hated Redguard be used as a projectile, with that explosive ending being the icing on the cake.

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While the NPC is generally hated by players, most notably because of his general snobbery towards the Dragonborn, there are some Skyrim players who actually don’t mind Nazeem. There are plenty of characters to interact with in TES5, a lot of whom are just ordinary residents going about their day. However, there are a select few who stand out as being detestable, and Nazeem is one of them. He may be harmless, but that doesn’t stop fans from offing the NPC in creative ways.

Aside from its lore and expansive world, Skyrim is a great RPG for beginners, which may account for why it’s still popular to this day. While the older Elder Scrolls entries, such as Daggerfall and Morrowind, are more about that old school role-playing philosophy, the fifth installment in the long-running series has had mass appeal, not to mention the ability to kill Nazeem should he make any snide comment at the player.

The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim – Anniversary Edition is available now for PC, PS4, PS5, Switch, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S.

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