One of the interesting factors of games like The Elder Scrolls is the amount of things that can be done. Having a gigantic world, their titles really allow the player to be creative with his character and his destiny. The vast majority will do the most obvious, which is to complete the main quests and have a series of memorable adventures. However, some will take advantage of the world to experience very curious scenarios that no one would have imagined. For example, a player decided to spend hundreds of years living in a jail. 600 years in prison.
On Twitter, the UESP player shared that his hobby in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was spending time in jail. The result of their fun was that the Third Age (the time period in which the game takes place) has lasted more than 1000 years. On top of that, his abilities have been destroyed. In Oblivion, spending time without training causes your skills to drop very slowly. However, if you spend hundreds of years standing in a cell, chances are all of your skills will go away. He has spent 225,001 days in prison, or 616 years.
If you want to know a curiosity, Skyrim takes place 200 years after Oblivion. This means that, while the Dovakhin faced Alduin in Valhalla, the hero of Kvatch was sitting in a prison. What will the guards think of this character who has been in the same place for hundreds of years? Are they used to its existence?
Never forget that these games have great potential for you to do curious experiments.