Skyrim Player Makes Amazing Sweetroll Keycaps for Gaming Keyboard

An aficionado of Skyrim constructed impressive custom keycaps for their keyboard, based on the game’s famous sweetroll. There are lots of delicious dishes in Skyrim, but the sweetroll remains the most iconic.

The sweetrolls found in Skyrim have achieved an unexpected cult following, with the game making various references to them. One guard even jokingly accuses the Dragonborn of having their sweetroll stolen. This resulted in a dedicated Skyrim fan crafting a replica of the sweetroll, although it wasn’t quite edible. Despite its randomness, the sweetroll has become an iconic part of the game. A similar phenomenon has occurred with the character Nazeem, who players love to hate and has become a meme.

I made some sweet roll keycaps
by u/LazySlooth in skyrim

Redditor LazySlooth shared a remarkable piece of craftsmanship, a pair of keycaps that appear directly from the game. One key was replaced with a sweetroll and a photo was included in the post, showing it in effect. These sweetrolls were hand-sculpted with polyclay by a _Skyrim _enthusiast, which makes them even more remarkable because they were not 3D printed like many other creations. The devotion behind these sweetrolls is evident.

The Skyrim fan base has proven to be one of the most passionate in the gaming world. This devotion expresses itself in various forms, such as modding and taking the game into real life. This tenacity has been a major factor in why Skyrim has continued to dominate the gaming landscape for years on end. Some of these endeavours are more complicated than others, like the Skyrim fan who crafted a detailed image of Whiterun with only MS Paint. Link to article.

It would be a shame if Bethesda overlooked the potential to bring back the beloved sweetroll in The Elder Scrolls 6. While it may be a minor detail, these types of memes have a huge impact on the fanbase and help to keep conversations about the game alive. The internet is abuzz with rumors and speculations about The Elder Scrolls 6, so the only way to find out for sure will be to wait for the final version of the game.

The Elder Scrolls 5 Skyrim: Anniversary Edition is accessible today for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S.