Skyrim modder gives Whiterun’s Bannered Mare giant sweetroll worth 2k gold to serve

A giant sweet roll in Skyrim.
Credit: TactWithMolag on Nexus Mods.

A giant sweet roll in Skyrim.
Credit: TactWithMolag on Nexus Mods.

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 into the world.

Many have focused on changing the game by finding fresh ways to improve its combat or adding everything from interesting new quests to subtle immersive details to it, with a few even going as far as adding massive new landmasses to explore or re-creating dungeons from other Elder Scrolls games.

If you’re looking to bring something a little more surreal to your version of Tamriel and don’t have any unmodded textures handy, a new food-based mod might be worth putting on your plate.

Fancy lugging an incredibly heavy dessert into the kitchen of your Skyrim’s character’s pad?

The mod in question is called ‘Giant Sweetroll’, and is the work of modder TactWithMolag, whose previous creations have made Nazeem and Jarl Balgruuf take part in a Freaky Friday-style life swap and forced Thalmor agent Elenwen to take on the mantle of the Ebony Warrior.

This time, they’ve decided to add a giant sweetroll to Whiterun’s Bannered Mare, taking one of the game’s more infamous memes to a new level and probably making Hulda and her patrons quite terrified in the process.

The mouthwatering monstrosity, which is the only giant version of its kind despite the fact TactWithMolag seems to have had to rename every sweetroll in the province ‘giant sweetroll’, comes with an equally gargantuan value of 2k Septims, which is only 500 gold less than a single one of the eyes of the Falmer from the Thieves Guild quest line.

Though, before you go trying to drag the treasure-worthy treat halfway across Tamriel to sell it to a merchant, you might want to bear in mind that it bears a weight value of 999.1, meaning that, unlike the aforementioned gems, it’ll definitely leave your Dragonborn over-encumbered unless they’re skilled in telekinesis, which TactWithMolag suggests might also allow you to use it as a weapon that can crush enemies when thrown.

They’ve also attempted to explain its presence in the game’s world, claiming: “A lore reason for this one in particular could be that the inn made a giant sweetroll as an offering to take to some local giant camps.”

Sadly, your immersion might take a hit anyway, based on the fact that, no matter whether you have either of Doodlezoid’s recently released ‘Rumble’ or ‘Rumble Additions’ installed, your controller won’t replicate the earthquake this baked behemoth will cause every time it’s chucked a few feet further towards your destination.

Regardless of whether you’ve just broken your back trying to transport the tremendous treat, make sure to follow us for more updates on The Elder Scrolls 6 and the interesting world of Skyrim modding.

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