Buster Jul 23 @ 8:36pm
Here is a disturbing question
Where do people, in the cities, go to the bathroom?

I have not seen ONE bathroom/toilet area in ANY of the cities, or houses. Even the Romans had working toilets, yet Skyrim seems to be lacking in the sanitary, or what would realistically pass for it at their current "level" department.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flush_toilet#Ancient_systems
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Ebola Doctor Jul 23 @ 8:37pm 
Devs were too lazy to put in bathrooms. I'm sure there's a mod for that though
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Patchouli the sniper Jul 23 @ 8:38pm 
maybe its kept with the water combat, casting magic without equipping it and the other things they took out in skyrim from oblivion.
di eshor ribly Jul 23 @ 8:46pm 
Tamrielans dont go to the bathroom. They hold it in for 30 some odd years and then explode. It creates quite a mess.
Uncle64[SwE] Jul 23 @ 8:46pm 
That part do i miss to.
jaderive Jul 23 @ 8:52pm 
Bearing what others have said in mind, there are mods out there to add to your sanintary emmersion, on workshop and nexus, just have a browse thru ,
isiac7 Jul 23 @ 8:54pm 
lol they just use magic to get rid of it duh.
Brandybuck Jul 23 @ 8:55pm 
Hang you butt out the window and go in the street. Much more sanitary than keeping it indoors!
jaderive Jul 23 @ 8:58pm 
Originally posted by Brandybuck:
Hang you butt out the window and go in the street. Much more sanitary than keeping it indoors!
o.O erm heh , Sounds like your've had lots or practice ??
@ Buster there's a mod called realistic needs and disease i think its called, have a look at that, think it might help you with the How !
Stania Jul 23 @ 9:09pm 
There aren't exactly toilets in Skyrim, but in some buldings (like Fort Greymoor), you can find small rooms with a stool, a bucket lying on its side and a book.

Looks like "The Yellow Book of Riddles" is the book of choice for potty time.
jaderive Jul 23 @ 9:28pm 
Originally posted by Buster:
Where do people, in the cities, go to the bathroom?

I have not seen {b}ONE bathroom/toilet area in ANY of the cities, or houses{/b}. Even the Romans had working toilets, yet Skyrim seems to be lacking in the sanitary, or what would realistically pass for it at their current "level" department.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flush_toilet#Ancient_systems

If You look again in the houses they had bowl shaped pans on the floor , that was their toilet .. I'd assumed ... put there by bethesda as part of the era ,maybe
Patchouli the sniper Jul 23 @ 9:29pm 
Originally posted by jaderive:
Originally posted by Buster:
Where do people, in the cities, go to the bathroom?

I have not seen {b}ONE bathroom/toilet area in ANY of the cities, or houses{/b}. Even the Romans had working toilets, yet Skyrim seems to be lacking in the sanitary, or what would realistically pass for it at their current "level" department.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flush_toilet#Ancient_systems

If You look again in the houses they had bowl shaped pans on the floor , that was their toilet .. I'd assumed ... put there by bethesda as part of the era ,maybe
then what about in markarth? i wouldn't doubt that since the dwemer created steam pipes that they would have created fairly modern plumbing
Improper Use Jul 23 @ 9:30pm 
They never seek cover in rain or snow either.
jaderive Jul 23 @ 9:32pm 
... o.o possibly, the dwarves or such were very clever and mechanic minded race
Silver Jul 23 @ 9:36pm 
why do you think most cities are situated next to rivers?
zeiut Jul 23 @ 9:37pm 
There are a lot of buckets in Skyrim.
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