Skyrim is a game developed by Bethesda, is a western role-playing game.
It deals with the adventures of a messiah called Dragonborn, who has come to banish the evil leader of the dragons called Alduin.
There are giants in the game, but...
...those are not what the GTS community would like.
Here are some enemies called explicitly giant, but they are rather tall anthropomorphic beasts of almost 2.5 meters in height. They look like an old ogre and always carry a long bone that is used as a club. If a giant hits you and you die, you'll literally get blown up (you could say it's a comic and "artistic" death).
Altering the size with the console
You can alter the size of the objects through the console (PC only). To do this, follow these steps:
- Set the object you want to resize and open the console (º key).
- Click on the object.
- Write setscale <#> (where # is the scale, for example, if you use #=1, then there is no change; if you use #=0.1, then the object is reduced to its tenth; if you use #>10, then the object grows 10 times, since 10 is the maximum value it supports).
On the other hand, if you want to change your own size, follow these steps:
- Enter the console and make sure you do not have any objects selected.
- Type player.setscale <#> (and here the variable # is used in the same way as in the setscale command).
Following these steps, you will have these results:
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