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This Modern Day Live-Action Skyrim Short Proves Some Things Never Change

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It is the year 2012 in the province of Skyrim, a land where magic and technology coexist, and shopkeepers still haven’t learned their lesson regarding irresponsibly-placed head-sized buckets.

Brothers John and Justin Grosjean take a trip to present-day Whiterun in their latest YouTube creation, Skyrim: 2012. where they find not much has changed since the good old days. One dimensional non-player characters rattle off random lines of dialog unheeded. Store clerks can’t initiate a transaction without offering some snippet of useless information, and yes, buckets can still be placed on heads, as you will be able to see in the video below.

Outside of the modern products and technology, there is really nothing that seems to have changed outside of the fact that there are two players playing at once. Since that cannot be the case, we will just assume one of them is an AI and go with it.

 This Modern Day Live Action Skyrim Short Proves Some Things Never Change

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