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10 great characters from Bethesda Game Studios

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Bethesda Game Studios, best known for their Elder Scrolls series and as the developers of Fallout 3, Fallout 4, and Fallout 76, has ushered in some absolute gems of characters to the gaming world. From anthropomorphic cat people to robotic detectives, let’s take a look at some of the best of Bethesda’s characters.

Since his introduction in The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, M’aiq has remained a fan favourite from Bethesda’s fantasy series. Acting as a fourth-wall breaking self-insert for the developers, M’aiq is there to comment on various parts of the Elder Scrolls universe. Everything from the existence of dragons, Nord’s obsession with beards, and names of elves fall under his purview 

In the wake of his debut in Morrowind, he has appeared in four Elder Scrolls titles, with various versions of M’aiq showing up in Oblivion, Skyrim, Online, and a cut cameo in Legends. M’aiq knows many things others do not, as he likes to say.

Haha! Gary! 

From allowing the player character to assist slavers to having you be continually insulted by a 12 year old kid, the world of Fallout 3 is immensely filled with character and bizarre situations — but Gary gets our pick here.

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Found in Vault 108 in the Capitol Wasteland, Gary is not just one character, but rather many. A cloning experiment gone awry, many Garys populate the mostly abandoned vault. Capable of only saying “Gary” and laughing, they’re very much akin to the people who comment ratio on Twitter all the time.

A fan favorite to be killed by a stealth archer, Nazeem haunts Skyrim’s city of Whiterun in a repetitive search to find someone more annoying than himself. The search has yet to end however, as it is truly impossible to write a character as annoying as he. 

Nazeem’s purpose in the game seems to be entirely to teach players that they can murder almost anyone in the game. Love him or loathe him, he’s accomplished his very goal of existing — to be killed and mocked.

The first side quest most players will pick up when they play Morrowind, Fargoth requests you find his enchanted ring which has been misplaced. The player character can choose to either return his ring to him, or persist in the doomed world you have created. 

His inclusion on this list is far more due to how essential he is to setting up Morrowind’s RPG elements, and also as he is heavily memed by fans. 

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