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Fallout and Skyrim are two very different games that take place in entirely different worlds. Here’s what happens if you mash those two worlds together and set their characters against each other. It’s Fallout‘s Vault Boy versus Skyrim‘s Dovahkiin and it will make you wish you could actually play this battle in-game.

See Also: All the best Skyrim cosplay

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I’ve yet to be scared by Daleks in Doctor Who. They’re clunky, and unless there are large quantities of them closing in, I’m not impressed. I do appreciate their iconic design though, and Kelly, a.k.a. egyptianruin on DeviantArt, has mashed the Doctor’s enemy together with some cute characters – like Sailor Moon! Daleks look good with blonde hair. Who knew?

This and other 2.5 inch Dalek figures by Kelly were made from polymer clay and hand-painted. She created them for MAGFest a few years ago.

See a few other Dalek mash-ups after the break.

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Skyrim is a pretty complex game, but this video nicely and hilariously sums up the whole game in all of 25 seconds. Whatever you do, don’t pick that pretty flower.

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What if Skyrim had a grand opening modeled after the memorable intro from Game of Thrones? Vimeo user Brady Wold has made it happen, and it couldn’t be a better fit. The game and fantasy television series go together like peanut butter and chocolate.

Wold started the project about two years ago and spent thousands of hours working and rendering the images. Wow. He used programs such as After Effects, Maya, Photoshop, and more to create the beautiful opening.

Watch it after the break.

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There are wedding photos, and then there are wedding photos. This Skyrim-inspired picture falls into the latter category. Sam Balcomb of Rainfall (you know, the company who made the awesome Wonder Woman fan film late last year) and Kimi of Golden Lasso Cosplay celebrated their one year wedding annivesary by releasing this amazing shot of their bridal party. They both enjoy gaming so it’s a perfect fit.

The epic photo has been a year in the making and boy, was it worth the wait. As Kimi says, “Fus Ro happily ever after!”

Be sure to click the photo to enlarge and see all the glorious details.

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When I finally get around to playing Skyrim, I’ll probably decide to play as a Khajiit because they have feline tendencies. And if I ever found a lonely little Khajiit like the one pictured above on my adventures, I’d adopt it in a heartbeat. Artist Darren Geers based the image on the sad birthday cat meme, but the tiny cat reminds me of Puss in Boots in Shrek 2. Just look at those big eyes! Geers keeps the story going in two more equally sad installments.

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Here’s a Skyrim mod that turns cute little Thomas the Tank Engine into a fire-breathing terror. The Really Useful Dragons mod by Pastaspace turns all the dragons into Thomas and even adds in little train whistle sound effects. It’s hilarious and terrifying at once as he swoops down from the sky. You can download the mod from Steam or NexusMods and experience the terror for yourself.

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This Dovahkiin has figured out the best possible armor to make in Skyrim. He slaves away making piles of iron daggers seemingly to improve his blacksmithing skills—but this comic by Anna-Marie Jung shows he has something bigger in mind. It’s pretty ingenius and also very pointy.

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Fantasy games such as Skyrim offer a variety of gorgeous props for artisans to replicate. The group at Folkenstal has taken the task seriously and created a whole series of replica weapons and armor. You’ll be impressed by their craftsmanship. The daggers and bows and gems are made from basics such as wood and resin, and then they are painted or refined with finishing touches such as metal powder. Every element comes together to create realistic pieces that are perfect for display or cosplay.

Items start at $9.

Check out more stunning examples after the break.

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