We take a look at Draugr, Dragons, Giants, Trolls and other ugly things from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
A massive part of The Elder Scrolls series is fighting. The series is well known for giving you the option to play how you want to, and a lot of that comes down to the fighting in one way or another. As Todd Howard recently revealed, each weapon category in Skyrim has its own weapon skill tree, allowing you to perk up for a specific weapon type (like a sword or a mace, for example). This is all very cool, but we couldn’t do the fighting if we didn’t have any enemies to slash up a bit, so lets take a look at them.
Bethesda always seem to add distinctive enemies in their games. Some enemies you instantly fear upon seeing them, like Deathclaws in the Fallout series, and some enemies are just there for the noobs, like Mud Crabs and Rats in Oblivion. No matter what their ability is, however, it looks like Bethesda has gone all out to make some great looking enemies for Skyrim, so let’s take a look at them.