Who needs Skyrim Creation Kit – Deadly Dragons is pure gold

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When first playing Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim we initially thought dragon battles were quite challenging, however as you progress in the game they get easier and easier. There’s plenty of you out there you who enjoy more testing confrontations, therefore let us introduce you to the Deadly Dragons mod for Skyrim.

You can find out everything you’ll ever need to know about this mod and download it here, in our article we will tell you all the exciting details and why over 150,000 people over at Skyrim Nexus have downloaded it already – we’ve also added a video at the bottom of this post which gives you a real taster of what to expect.

Installing this mod will result in much tougher dragon fights, without the mod dragons are often a pushover and 3-4 bandits can take down a dragon with ease, however this will soon change once the mod is running! Only the dragonborn will dare to take on Skyrim’s dragons and all your wit, determination and skill will be utilized with each dragon you face – dragons will boast better powers and throughout your Skyrim journey this mod will reveal new dragons which boast different shouts and improved textures.

When compared to normal dragons the mod will bring double health to all dragons by default, there will be resistance to physical attacks thanks to armor and “theme appropriate resistances” have been added – the dragons look much better too – below we have embedded an image showing the new swamp dragon and black dragon:

You can find out a great deal about this mod, how to install it and a fully detailed breakdown of the resistances, abilities and hardcore abilities it brings to dragons by checking out this text document – there’s also some optional plugins which may interest you.

Have you installed this mod? If so, would you recommend it? What’s your favorite change which this mod brings?

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  • Radar6590

    When comparing this mod to the original game, were you changing the difficulty slider at all? How does the mod fare on Master difficulty setting vs adept? Sounds pretty interesting, though. Might check it out.

    • Casualty

      I’ve used Deadly Dragons from the start of making a character, and on master difficulty it is insane. Countless deaths and two and half hours later (and only after running back to Whiterun to loot all the guards steel arrows) I finally took the first dragon down after it had wiped out all the others except the Jarls Housecarl whose name I can’t spell. Awesome.