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{{SkyrimCreatures
 
{{SkyrimCreatures
|name = Deer
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|name = Deer
|image = Deer(Skyrim).jpg
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|image = Deer Skyrim.png
|Level = 1
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|level = 1
|Health = 50
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|health = 50
|Magic =
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|magic =
|Stamina = 25 (Female) <br /> 200 (Male)
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|stamina = 25 (Female)<br />200 (Male)
|Spells =
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|spells =
|Baseid = 000CF89D (Female) <br /> 000ABEE0 (Male)
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|baseid = {{ID|000CF89D}} (Female)<br />{{ID|000ABEE0}} (Male)
|Soul = [[Soul Gem (Skyrim)|Petty]] (Female) <br /> Lesser (Male)
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|soul = [[Soul Gem (Skyrim)|Petty]] (Female)<br />Lesser (Male)
|Sound=Npc deer aggrowarning 01.ogg}}{{for|other uses|Deer}}
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|sound = Npc deer aggrowarning 01.ogg
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{{For|2=Deer}}
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{{Quote|The wilds of Skyrim are teeming with deer. They are docile creatures, but serve as food for much of the province's more savage beasts.|[[Loading Screens (Skyrim)|Loading screen]]|The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim}}
 
{{Quote|The wilds of Skyrim are teeming with deer. They are docile creatures, but serve as food for much of the province's more savage beasts.|[[Loading Screens (Skyrim)|Loading screen]]|The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim}}
'''Deer''' are non-hostile animals found throughout [[Skyrim]] that resemble real-world reindeer or caribou.  The best thing to do with deer is to train them in smithing.  You'll never look back.
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'''Deer''' are passive animals found throughout [[Skyrim]].
   
 
==Description==
 
==Description==
They are light grey, and if you look closely you may notice the difference between male and female: The females are slightly smaller and are more slender than the males, and have small antlers, so you will get small antlers as a drop from females and large antlers as a drop from males.
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[[File:Deer Skyrim 1.png|thumb|Male and Female variant]]
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They are light grey, and if looking closely it's possible to notice the difference between male and female: The females are slightly smaller and are more slender than the males, and have small antlers, resulting in receiving [[small antlers]] as a drop from females and [[large antlers]] as a drop from males.
   
They are fragile targets that are easily dispatched due to their low amount of health. However, if you succeed in attacking one without killing it, it will flee rather than fight back, which can often be achieved by using a weak ranged spell or low level bow/arrows. Deer often scatter at the first sound of a passer-by, making them rather hard to dispatch for low level or melee players. However, characters with high [[Sneak (Skyrim)|Sneak]] can get closer to them.
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They are fragile targets that are easily dispatched due to their low amount of health. However, if the [[Last Dragonborn|Dragonborn]] succeeds in attacking one without killing it, it will flee rather than fight back, which can often be achieved by using a weak ranged spell or low level bow/arrows.
   
If the [[Last Dragonborn|Dragonborn]] is careful and does not disturb the deer, they can be found standing still or slowly wandering around. The moment the deer spots the player, they will attempt to run regardless as to whether or not the Dragonborn is acting aggressively. They can then be easily picked off with a well-placed arrow. While hunting deer, it is a good idea to either be equipped with a small amount of stamina potions or the [[Whirlwind Sprint]] shout to easily chase after them, if you do not kill them right away.
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If the Dragonborn is careful and does not disturb the deer, they can be found grazing or slowly wandering around. The moment the deer spots the Dragonborn, they will attempt to run regardless as to whether or not the one is acting aggressively. They can then be easily picked off with a well-placed arrow.
 
Another way of hunting deer is to pursue them while riding a horse, this makes keeping pace with them much easier. With the Dawnguard DLC installed, you may also attack them while riding, which is extremely effective, albeit you have to dismount to loot the pelt and meat.
 
   
 
The [[Fury (Skyrim)|Fury]] or [[Frenzy (Skyrim)|Frenzy]] spells can be used to make it hostile. If this is done, the deer will attack, but they deal very little damage.
 
The [[Fury (Skyrim)|Fury]] or [[Frenzy (Skyrim)|Frenzy]] spells can be used to make it hostile. If this is done, the deer will attack, but they deal very little damage.
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*[[Venison (Skyrim)|Venison]]
 
*[[Venison (Skyrim)|Venison]]
 
*[[Deer Hide|Deer hide]]
 
*[[Deer Hide|Deer hide]]
*[[Large Antlers|Large antlers]]
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*[[Large antlers]]
*[[Small Antlers|Small antlers]]
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*[[Small antlers]]
*[[Jewelry_(Skyrim)#Rings|Rings]]
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*[[Jewelry (Skyrim)#Rings|Rings]]
 
*[[Septim (Coin)|Septims]]
 
*[[Septim (Coin)|Septims]]
   
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{{Bugs}}
 
{{Bugs}}
 
*Occasion when fleeing after attack, deer may randomly slide up objects at impossible angles, such as with trees or rocks.
 
*Occasion when fleeing after attack, deer may randomly slide up objects at impossible angles, such as with trees or rocks.
*If a deer is attacked by a [[Wolf (Skyrim)|wolf]] or any other animal, its pelt and/or venison may be missing when you go to loot its body. However, this was possibly implemented purposefully in order to add realism, due to the possibility of a predator tearing the pelt or infecting the meat.
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*If a deer is attacked by a [[Wolf (Skyrim)|wolf]] or any other animal, its pelt and/or venison may be missing when looting its body, though whether this may be intentional to indicate that the pelt and meat were too damaged to be of use is unknown.
*{{PS3}} After engaging in a fight out in the wilds where deer can be found, sometimes a red dot indicating an enemy will be seen on the players compass. If you follow it is leads you to a random deer nearby. this also seems to happen with foxes, and sometimes both become "hostile", but flee from you like normal.
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*{{PS3}} After engaging in a fight out in the wilds where deer can be found, sometimes a red dot indicating an enemy will be seen on the compass. If it is followed then it will lead to a random deer nearby. this also seems to happen with foxes, and sometimes both become "hostile," but flee like normal.
 
*If a deer flees into water, it may move around wildly and then disappear completely.
 
*If a deer flees into water, it may move around wildly and then disappear completely.
   
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*{{Oblivion}}
 
*{{Skyrim}}
 
*{{Skyrim}}
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*{{Online}}
   
 
{{BestiarySkyrim}}
 
{{BestiarySkyrim}}
   
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Latest revision as of 14:05, April 13, 2019

For other uses, see Deer.
Quotebg
"The wilds of Skyrim are teeming with deer. They are docile creatures, but serve as food for much of the province's more savage beasts."
Loading screen[src]

Deer are passive animals found throughout Skyrim.

DescriptionEdit

Deer Skyrim 1

Male and Female variant

They are light grey, and if looking closely it's possible to notice the difference between male and female: The females are slightly smaller and are more slender than the males, and have small antlers, resulting in receiving small antlers as a drop from females and large antlers as a drop from males.

They are fragile targets that are easily dispatched due to their low amount of health. However, if the Dragonborn succeeds in attacking one without killing it, it will flee rather than fight back, which can often be achieved by using a weak ranged spell or low level bow/arrows.

If the Dragonborn is careful and does not disturb the deer, they can be found grazing or slowly wandering around. The moment the deer spots the Dragonborn, they will attempt to run regardless as to whether or not the one is acting aggressively. They can then be easily picked off with a well-placed arrow.

The Fury or Frenzy spells can be used to make it hostile. If this is done, the deer will attack, but they deal very little damage.

General StatsEdit

DropsEdit

StrengthsEdit

  • They can run very fast, potentially making it difficult to kill them before they escape

WeaknessesEdit

  • Low health
  • Cannot cause damage to enemies

Damage typesEdit

  • Physical

Soul levelEdit

BugsEdit

This section contains bugs related to Deer (Skyrim). Before adding a bug to this list, consider the following:

  1. Please reload an old save to confirm if the bug is still happening.
  2. If the bug is still occurring, please post the bug report with the appropriate system template  360  / XB1  ,  PS3  / PS4  ,  PC  / MAC  ,  NX  , depending on which platform(s) the bug has been encountered on.
  3. Be descriptive when listing the bug and fixes, but avoid having conversations in the description and/or using first-person anecdotes: such discussions belong on the appropriate forum board.
  • Occasion when fleeing after attack, deer may randomly slide up objects at impossible angles, such as with trees or rocks.
  • If a deer is attacked by a wolf or any other animal, its pelt and/or venison may be missing when looting its body, though whether this may be intentional to indicate that the pelt and meat were too damaged to be of use is unknown.
  •  PS3   After engaging in a fight out in the wilds where deer can be found, sometimes a red dot indicating an enemy will be seen on the compass. If it is followed then it will lead to a random deer nearby. this also seems to happen with foxes, and sometimes both become "hostile," but flee like normal.
  • If a deer flees into water, it may move around wildly and then disappear completely.

AppearancesEdit


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