Skyrim mod lets you play as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle

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By on April 20, 2013 at 2:41 pm

Ther are two kinds of people in the world: people who want to play Skyrim as a Ninja Turtle, and people I’ve just deleted from my Facebook for not having any joy in their souls.

Higeyosi’s TMNT mod gives you a craftable set of armour and a mask made with one Dragon Bone, one Dragon Scales, two Leather Strips and one Linen Wrap, which when equipped on your faithful Argonian character, makes you look quite a lot like one of the world’s most famous chelonian crime-fighters.

You can put together the armour at any forge, and although it’s classified as a Daedric set, you don’t need the perk.

There’s not much else to say about this except that the world is a vast and wonderful place full of clever people with a lot of free time, and that the machinima this produces may well be better than the upcoming movie.

Source: PCGamesN

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Now they just need to do the Power Rangers

 

And I was just wondering what my next character would be…

 

3lackeath:
Now they just need to do the Power Rangers

4 player co-op with Ninja Turtles and 5(or 6?) for Power Rangers. Aww yeah haha.

 

They sure don’t look like TMNT haha. But I guess they’ve changed thier look so many times that one more couldn’t possibly hurt.

Don looks like he needs to lay off the pizza and making Mikey look like a queer little princess is probably going a bit too far.

 
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