How do you say you're done with a game? Do you park your character somewhere nice before you sign out for good? Or do you keep track of Skyrim player Jaeinskyrim killing all the living beings in the fantasy realm until there is nothing left but a cold breeze?
At least, almost all living things. We will get there.
As you saw PCGamesN, redditor Jaeinskyrim this week achieved his dream eliminating Skyrim's life. The player systematically reduces the NPCs of all the towns, cities, cities and advanced places, as well as any deer or herd of wandering wolves. In all, they killed 2,201 humanoid NPCs and 2,400 creatures, a total of 4,601 dead.
Of course, Skyrim doesn’t just allow you to empty a country. The changes (Jae cites Kill Me All and Death Awaits Us All) allow you to evade "essential" NPCs, but generic characters such as guards and bandits may reappear after a few days in the game.
However, there was a so-called enemy that Jae could not kill. After cutting the Gray Beards before learning a clear sky, they were unable to reach Paarthurnax, the highest part in the world. Although the traps let them make the journey, Jae finally decided against it.
"Paarthurnax deserved more than that. He lives. However, he leaves me alone."
Judging by your reddit history (which seems to be written in character as the player, err, woman?), The process seems to have taken a month to complete. In the healthiest news of Elder Scrolls, you can now change to great Skyrim Shirley Curry as a companion, ahead of her official cameo in The Elder Scrolls 6.