Skyrim Special Edition

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1 Tunnel. 10 Floors. 100 Trials. Good Luck.

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The Tunnel of 100 Trials

Inspired by The Pit of 100 Trials from Paper Mario.

Starting Out: To start the mod, head to the Labyrinthian and look for the mossy arch guarded by a man of glass.

Content: This mod includes an, on average, 1 to 2 hour long dungeon containing over 100 purposely chosen enemies for you to slay. The enemies get harder as you progress through the tunnel and are divided into 10 floors; each floor represents a type of enemy and follows basic main game progression (i.e. bandit floor comes before dwarven floor). You'll be rewarded for each floor you finish and be handsomely rewarded for making it to the end. If my loot isn't good enough for you, (trust me it should be), feel free to be on the look out for five hidden jars which are worth some money and five hidden books which include some free skill points and some fun lore to read.

  • A fully updated Skyrim Special Edition with all DLC installed.
  • A well made character (Level 30 recommended/Level 40 if you want to breeze through it).

Compatibility: This mod mostly takes place within its own cells but does modify the cells outside of the Labyrinthian and Riverwood. Other mods may conflict if they modify these same cells.

Zim's Immersive Artifacts: Spriggans will fail to drop keys if this mod is loaded after The Tunnel of 100 Trials. (Thanks to DragIzayoi for the tip)

Version History:
  • 1.0.1 - Fixed spelling on final boss. Fixed nav meshing on mythic/impossible floors. Edited item placement to prevent items from falling through ground.
  • 1.0.0 - Initial Release

Future Features:
  • Higher enemy health on later trials.
  • Better enemy weapons on later trials.
  • Fill up rooms with more furniture and items (make it feel like a proper dungeon).
  • Modify rewards.

Special thanks to Shwopo (Jared) for testing this mod. It's half his fault if you find something broken.