Skyrim Scented Candles Recreate The Smells Of The Elder Scrolls
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has firmly cemented itself as one of the most immersive video game experiences of the 21st century. The game has been praised for its immensely deep world and gripping lore. Given the game’s immense success and popularity, Bethesda has gone to great lengths to make the game as widely available on as many consoles as possible, including virtual reality platforms. Even with VR, some fans have gone out of their way to make the game even more immersive than VR allows, such as those who recreate Skyrim foods like cheese wheels and sweet rolls. One creative fan has gone the extra mile with a new line of Skyrim scented candles.
The line of Skyrim scented candles have now been made available for purchase on the official Chandora Candles Etsy page. The Skyrim Collection of soy-based wax candles is meant to reproduce the smells one might find were they to visit Skyrim locations in real life. There are twelve candles total, with one candle for each of the nine holds in the game, as well as a candle each for the generic smells of dungeons, caves and indoor locations.
The Skyrim collection of candles typically sells for $200, but it is currently available for 15% off at $170. Candles can also be purchased individually, with the sale also applicable to them. These are the perfect gift for any Skyrim fan who want to take their Elder Scrolls experience to the next sense level. Take a good whiff of these candles and say Fus-Ro-Ahhhh!
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