The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is getting a remaster, with a prettier "Special Edition" version of the classic on the way to PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Time flies. Skyrim has been out for nearly five years, giving its mod scene time to grow and change and then change again. It's a culture unto itself, one that's weathered identity crises and that whole money fiasco. So, all these years later, where does it stand?
johnskyrim is a modder who likes to bring over stuff from other games, like World of Warcraft and Runescape, to — you guessed it — TES V: Skyrim. This is his latest project: Quel'Delar, Might of the Faithful, a reward from WoW's "Return of Quel'Delar" quest chain. You can grab the mod here on the Nexus and here on Steam.
I would very much like to play this version of Skyrim. Modder UniqueUses has been playing around with Bethesda's last Elder Scrolls game, and while I've seen plenty of visual mods for Skyrim, this is something else. They recently uploaded a series of work-in-progress screen shots to Imgur for what they're calling "Toon Skyrim".