Skyrim streamer discovers which city can fight off the most bears!

By Alex Wakeford

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is going on nine years of age, and yet people are still finding compelling new questions to ask of it.

This week, we discover which city in Skyrim can fight the most bears!bearrimIn the northernmost province of Tamriel lies Skyrim, home to snow-capped mountains, ancient ruins, and bears (and I’m not even talking about the Nords…)

Like… a lot of bears.

The bear population of Skyrim recently saw a significant spike when streamer and cooking enthusiast DougDoug decided to test the defences of each city by spawning them in – five at a time – to see how effective the guards, citizens, and children were at bearing up against such a sudden turn of events.

If the guards succeed in eliminating the first five bears, another five are spawned in and the grizzly process repeats until the city finds the challenge unbearable.

Whiterun, Riften, Markarth, Windhelm, and Solitude are tested, with complex scenarios and lore explained through the analogous process of baking cookies.

But DougDoug doesn’t just stop there. He additionally tests how effective the bears are against Ulfric Stormcloak, as well as – as you’d expect to see in any JRPG – this setting’s equivalent of God.

Can Heaven itself defeat bears?

In asking of these important questions, one thing becomes clear…

THIS is how Skyrim was meant to be played!

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