Above And Beyond: One Man's Epic Journey To Rescue A Stray Dog In Skyrim

April 12, 2016

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This is a story told by gamer and author Patrick Lenton via Twitter of his epic journey to rescue a stray dog in Skyrim. It was no simple feat. In order to adopt a dog in Skyrim, you have to have a proper homestead and already adopted children (via the Hearthfire expansion) that take a liking to the dog, and this proved on the difficult side for Patrick. Me? I never adopted any children or pets. I married a lizard woman and that was that. Granted I haven't seen her since the second week after the game was released, but I just assumed she'd left me. Presumably for someone who didn't spend a week straight of game time in a town on the other side of the map making and selling iron daggers trying to boost their smithing skill. Please, come home, Shahvee -- I was only trying to provide for us. Okay, fine, I was getting drunk and starting every fight I could. I miss the way your little horns felt on my back when we slept.

Keep going for the whole story from start to finish.

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Thanks to SamTheMan, who didn't even bother getting married in the game because he knew the life of the Dragonborn was a solitary one.

  • Bender Rodriguez Senior

    That's a beatiful story.

  • shashi

    "... and the Nigerian government wont release the funds unless i pay the admin fee so im asking you to please help by donating to my patreon so i can get this digital dog the help it deserves"

  • Jeffrey Simonson

    YASSSSS

  • Clampity

    Air Bud has nothing on this shit :')

  • This story is amazing!!

  • MustacheHam

    I too know what it's like to have a digital pooch..it's weird because you're just basically bonding with data.

  • Wilf Smith

    One way to look at it is that everything is data. Order in an entropic universe. All very blue pill. Bonding with data - not weird.

  • ODwanKenObi

    Epic story. The End.

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