Skyrim Fan Makes Amulet of Mara Out of Real Silver

Skyrim Fan Makes Amulet of Mara Out of Real Silver

Skyrim Fan Makes Amulet of Mara Out of Real Silver

The hype train Elder Scrolls 5 SkyrimDespite that the game was released a decade ago, it still appears to be strong. With new additions to the Bethesda epic’s Anniversary EditionIt seems that players will find new ways to entertain themselves while the world waits for the next instalment. Fans are also busy bringing Tamriel to life. A piece of jewellery that is very popular in the realm was created by a person who recently used their talents.

 

SecilEldek posted a photo to the Skyrim Subreddit. They have recreated the Amulet of Mara using real silver. This image shows how skilled the user is, especially considering the amount of work that makes the amulet. Even the blue jewel is included in the middle. The chain has yet to be created, but it’s still an impressive piece of art.

The hype trainThe Elder Scrolls 5 SkyrimDespite the fact that the game was released a decade ago, it still appears to be strong. WithNew additions to the Bethesda epic's Anniversary EditionIt seems that players will find new ways to entertain themselves while the world waits for the next installment. Fans are also busy bringing Tamriel to life. A piece of jewelry that is very popular in the realm was created by a person who recently used their talents.      SecilEldek posted a photo to the Skyrim Subreddit. They have recreated the Amulet of Mara using real silver. This image shows how skilled the user is, especially considering the amount of work that went into making the amulet. Even the blue jewel is included in the middle. The chain has yet to be created, but it's still an impressive piece of art.      Reddit users have expressed their admiration for the item, with one commenter insisting they could buy it from SecilEldek. In the thread's title, the creator of the item joked that the Amulet of Mara would make a great wedding gift for Lord Harkon, the Nord vampire found in Dawnguard expansion. It is unknown if the user will provide more details or upload a video, but people can enjoy the image and the craftsmanship that went into it.                  The Amulet of Mara in Skyrim is used to propose marriage. The amulet can be purchased from two traders or completed the "The Book of Love” quest. The item can also be found as random loot. It's important to warn that Skyrim marriage is only possible for certain races. For some reason, Khajit, Bosmer and male Altmers can't tie the knot in Skyrim.      It shows that the community has many talents and is eager to share their passion for the game. Players make instruments of love, but it's not only about that. One person recently made the Dragon Priest staff and the Staff of Destruction. This is a testament to how the game can have an impact on fans when they are willing to bring certain aspects to life.

Reddit users have expressed their admiration for the item, with one commenter insisting they could buy it from SecilEldek. In the thread’s title, the item’s creator joked that the Amulet of Mara would make a great wedding gift for Lord Harkon, the Nord vampire found in Dawnguard expansion. It is unknown if the user will provide more details or upload a video, but people can enjoy the image and the craftsmanship that went into it.

 

The Amulet of Mara in Skyrim is used to propose marriage. The amulet can be purchased from two traders or completed the “The Book of Love” quest. The item can also be found as random loot. It’s important to warn that Skyrim marriage is only possible for certain races. For some reason, Khajit, Bosmer and male Altmers can’t tie the knot in Skyrim.

 

It shows that the community has many talents and is eager to share its passion for the game. Players make instruments of love, but it’s not only about that. One person recently made the Dragon Priest staff and the Staff of Destruction. This is a testament to how the game can impact fans when they are willing to bring certain aspects to life.

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