Skyrim fan builds real enchanting table in real life
A Skyrim fan has built a unique wooden version of the enchanting table for their home, featuring wooden dragon heads and a skull-like plastic head.T...
A Skyrim fan has built a unique wooden version of the enchanting table for their home, featuring wooden dragon heads and a skull-like plastic head.
The table serves as a gaming desk with curved arches for cable management.
The aesthetic modifications were likely necessary to ensure that the table can be used as a gaming desk, and it will not be mistaken for something from another Elder Scrolls game.
A Skyrim fan has built a real-life enchanting table that swaps the dark gray and light blue tones for a woody aesthetic. Since the game's release, Skyrim players have created impressive fan art and other creations, but this player has made an enchanting item that would adorn the living space of most Skyrim fans.
The Elder Scrolls franchise has introduced the Enchanting skill since its inception. Over the years, the skill has been improved, and with advancing graphics, the visual effects of enchantments have also evolved. Elder Scrolls fans can utilize the Enchanting skill to strengthen their weapons, armor, and jewelry. While enchanting has been a staple in the series, the design of the Arcane Enchanter was introduced in Skyrim. A Skyrim fan has chosen to create a unique version of the Arcane Enchanter as a piece of furniture for their home.
Reddit user KubatiTheMage recently shared their impressive final project for a woodworking course: a Skyrim Arcane Enchanter. Like in Skyrim, the wooden enchanting table features a skull and rows of candles leading to a central spherical light. Another feature the table has is two wooden dragon heads protruding from the sides of the table. These Skyrim dragons have intricately carved bodies in the wood, perfectly matching the illuminated candles and leading up to the skull in the center. While the Skyrim enchanting table typically has a skull beneath the glowing orb, KubatiTheMage's version features a skull-like plastic head that has been painted.
According to KubatiTheMage, the wooden Arcane Enchanter serves as their new gaming desk. The back of the desk features curved arches similar to the Arcane Enchanter in Skyrim, which could aid in cable management. Although KubatiTheMage's project has wavy wood on the right and left sides of the desk, it does not enclose a central leg section due to its slightly different design. The table is pentagonally shaped to correspond to the enchanter in the game but does not include the star with symbols representing the various magic schools of Skyrim. Several Skyrim fans have expressed interest in purchasing a similar table from KubatiTheMage, but the woodworking student has not yet clarified whether they will reproduce the construction.
Since Skyrim is the only title in the series that uses the Arcane Enchanter for equipment enhancement, KubatiTheMage's desk will not be mistaken for something from another Elder Scrolls game. Considering that the enchanting table in Skyrim has a much darker look than KubatiTheMage's version, the aesthetic changes may have been necessary to use the table as a gaming desk.
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