Skyrim modders transform chickens into incredibly thicc birds and three-headed monstrosities

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A thicc chicken in Skyrim.
Credit: Kikiapplus on Nexus Mods.
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Modders have put an awful lot of effort into making sure Skyrim has continually evolved and expanded in the years since it was first released.

Many have focused on adding fresh content to the game, such as massive quests, huge building projects, or interesting player homes, while others have worked on less flashy tweaks which simply help with immersion or improve your playing experience.

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However, there are a few mods out there that go a bit further, turning Bethesda’s RPG into a bit more of a surreal experience via some door-based trickery, World War 2-inspired costumes, or, in the case of a bunch of new mods, doing some strange things to the province's poultry.

Fancy freaking out Skyrim’s farmers by filling their coops with something a little different?

The first of the mods in question is called ‘THICCEN - A Fat Chicken Replacer’, and is the work of modder Kikiapplus. Their previous work has given Skyrim’s Dragonborn the ability to take on the appearance of some of Elden Ring’s maidens and provided them with some cute little friends.

This time, they’ve decided to bring the ethos of Sir Mixalot to the rural hamlets of Tamriel, by gifting the high-quality cluckers of MihailMods’ ‘Chicken Replacer - Mihail Monsters and Animals (SE-AE version) (''bird'')’ with the kind of buns that Nicki Minaj was alluding to in ‘Anaconda’.

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The result of their tinkering is some seriously chonky birds that you certainly won’t miss if you’re a mage hunting for one in order to use it as a test subject in your latest magical experiment.

That said, if you don’t use MihailMods’ work, don’t feel as though you’re being excluded from the thiccfest, with WickWah’s ‘Chorb’, which Kikiapplus cites as inspiration for their mod, also having recently hit the nexus, with zero requirements.

In fact, you’re pretty spoilt for choice right now when it comes to mods that mess around with Skyrim’s hens, with another of WickWah’s works, ‘Chicken With BIGGER Head’, doing exactly what it says on the tin and SpongebobHentaiSimulator’s ‘ChickDorah or Three Headed Chicken’ turning each of the feathered creatures into a Cerberus-style monster.

Regardless of whether your Dragonborn is now standing in a field staring at a pile of rather strange looking eggs, make sure to follow us for more updates on The Elder Scrolls 6 and the interesting world of Skyrim modding. You can also check out our mods of the month for December 2022.