Trial by combat.
Ask him to stop. That...shouting...is making people nervous.
Murder seems like a solid option.
@Smo Queed, what! you can't just murder children!
You have to install a mod for that first.
@Smo Queed, the night mother would be proud
@HolyShimoli, doesn't the night mother forbid the killing of children
@Jakobian, I don't think so. One of the orcs I talked to in the Brotherhood was boasting loudly about his slaying of a 5 year old
@A pet named Steve, anything for realism
What kind of shjtty mother lets their 5 year old play that kind of game. It has a M rating for a reason.
@Raki Zaki, The same kind of mother that complains that video games are making their child violent.
@Raki Zaki, meh, screw that. Elder Scrolls is fine. The "M" parts of the game are few and far between; the sex related ones should go over a 5 yr old's head and the violent ones should be easily explained as "don't do this in real life."
@King Spunkmonkey, no, a 5 year old should not be playing a game where you can kill basically anyone and chop their heads off.
@Raki Zaki, so M doesn't stand for Must Play?
@Enigmatic Soul, apparently not. But Skyrim is a must play.
@Raki Zaki, my dad let me play GTA when I was 4, and let me watch him play dead space when I was about 7, to name a few examples. And now look at me!
*Looks at self*
... That explains a lot. Maybe you're right.
@Raki Zaki, nah, Skyrim is fine. It's not as though that kind of behavior is encouraged. Honestly, I don't remember cutting off any heads either. I don't know if you're a parent but I know neither of my daughters are stupid enough that a game like Skyrim would...wait - what exactly is it you're afraid of? What do you think Skyrim is going to do to a child? With my daughters, the worst case scenario is that they start having dreams about draugrs. Or is it some superficial morality thing? 'Cause it sounds more melodramatic than anything.
@King Spunkmonkey, with the two handed swords a critical kill will sometimes result in decapitation of your enemy. And the discussion was someone who was 5 years old should not being playing such a violent game.
I didn't know my mom wrote in for help.
Hmmmmm maybe take the PS4 away? You are the parent
@troubled panda, but when she does that he runs into the woods and starts trying to call dragons out of the sky
@King Spunkmonkey, we all do that. Can't blame skyrim
@troubled panda, well yeah, that's how I start MY mornings but this Nazi mother seems to have a problem with it.
I doubt this is true (a 5 year old mastered the dragon language?) but if it is, I think there are 2 possible situations. 1) the kid has a very vivid imagination and has immersed himself in the game world - Skyrim is a pretty immersive game as it is; 2) the child is suffering from a previously unknown mental disorder, possibly autism (if this is possible via autism), maybe schizophrenia, or something else. In scenario #1 the extreme was of the behavior is most likely just a phase and will pass, though he will probably always have a love of immersive experiences: D&D, LARP, theatre, etc. In scenario #2, the kid should be checked out by doctors, diagnosed, and receive therapy. In either case, mom should take him to a pediatrician or psychologist just to be on the safe side, go ahead and check; but be wary, misdiagnosis is possible, as is "over-treatment," some docs may want to give the kid multiple drugs when simple talk-therapy might be adequate.
@King Spunkmonkey, there is a possible 3rd scenario: 1.5) scenario #1 leads to scenario #2. But what do I know? I'm a parent, yes, but not a medical professional. I believe my logic is sound but that doesn't make me correct. It's just my 2¢.
Only in New York.
Master the thu'um and shout his @ss to pieces
Arrow to the knee...
@Poser Pete, a reasonable solution
Nothing that can't be fixed from a few stern smacks to the ass from a belt
That's what you get for giving your kid video games at such an early age
That's what you get for letting a 5yo play skyrim
Just do the same thing your son is doing. Sometimes if they think you like it, they won't like it anymore.
it's been about 5 or 6 years since that kid was born that the parents named dovahkiin. Wonder how he is feeling about it.
@naturagood, ooooh! What if this IS that kid?? It would kinda make sense.