One Skyrim player may have gone a little too far when it comes to the game's, erm, unbridled freedom.

Skyrim Special Edition reintroduces one of last generation’s classics into gamer discussion. Bethesda’s RPG classic brings with it upgrade visuals, all the DLC expansions and, importantly, mod support (on PS4 as well! Yay!).

Part of what makes Skyrim so great — both now and upon its initial 2011 release — is the pure randomness of the experience, and how inviting it is when it comes to exploration and discovery.

Its base gameplay mechanics and features blend together to make for a diverse and highly engaging experience, with insane variety when it comes to how you choose to approach the game world.

One Skyrim player, however, may have gone a little too far when it comes to the game’s, erm, unbridled freedom.

Relationships and marriage are fairly important components of the companionship system in Skyrim, and even relative to the game’s scope and length, it often took quite a bit of time to get even remotely close enough to an NPC to walk them down the aisle.

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As it turns out, everything we know about Skyrim is false: marrying in Tamriel is a lot easier than we though. Actually, probably too easy.

Twitch streamer 5exual_Tyrannosaurus (because of course that’s their name) managed to marry Marcurio in Riften in the ridiculous time of 3-minutes, 37-seconds.

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The same player managed to beat the entire main storyline in a mere 33 minutes … using glitches, of course.

Did he even take the time to introduce the NPC to his parents?

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