One fan offers Alvor, the Riverwood blacksmith, an honourable funeral while playing The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim to recognise his bravery.
After a raid on Riverwood, a Skyrim player gives Riverwood’s blacksmith trader, Alvor, the funeral he deserves as an NPC who forged weapons in recognition of his valour. The huge 2011 RPG from Bethesda is keeping fans occupied while The Elder Scrolls 6 is still a ways off. There always appear to be individuals who find something to do in this icy province, regardless of how long the game has been out or how many times it has been transferred and re-released.
While Skyrim is undoubtedly the most popular Elder Scrolls game, Daggerfall holds the record for having the largest area size. This part of the enduring fantasy series has been going strong for more than 11 years and is still going strong. The graphics have indeed aged, the game frequently makes jokes due to a variety of bugs, and many are now impatiently awaiting the next instalment, but it’s still going strong. The adventures and original gameplay ideas that fans have developed are what keep it in the spotlight.
worst part of Skyrim was when I found that dog whose owner died in a cabin, and then I of course had to adopt the dog bc i'm not a monster— Patrick Lenton (@PatrickLenton) April 5, 2016
One such instance comes from Reddit user TheWarriorNaxx, who chose to pay tribute to the memory of one of the first NPCs in Skyrim following the game’s opening dungeon portion. Alvor of Riverwood can be seen in a post on the website lying inside a forge with his clothing off. The post’s title claims that the user has given him a “befitting funeral.” TheWarriorNaxx writes further down in the comments that Alvor heroically engaged in combat after little hamlet was attacked by a blood dragon. Sadly, before the Dragonborn could intervene to save the day, the stern blacksmith fell victim to the attack.
Riverwood is usually the first place a Skyrim settlement player encounters, and it holds a special place for many. While it may not be as big as nearby Whiterun and structurally as impressive as Markarth, there are still various NPCs that will leave a lasting impression on those unfamiliar with the game after the first section of Helgen play. I have.
Considering the number of platforms Skyrim has been ported to, it’s no surprise that TES5 is so widespread. Most people would probably agree that it’s time to move on to the next entry in the franchise, but until Bethesda gives a hint as to when his The Elder Scrolls 6 will see the light of day, fans will have to wait for his Skyrim release. Keep wandering around and looking for interesting ways to adventure.