Conan Exiles Player Uses Mods To Make Everything Gigantic (Dicks Included)

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Conan Exiles got official mod tools at the tail end of last week, so there’s nothing super elaborate in the wild just yet. There are, however, comically oversized barbarians and regular-sized barbarians with comically oversized dicks and boobs.

Warning: this post is extremely NSFW. I wrote it from a Starbucks, which I have to admit was really, really weird.

Before mod tools even came out, Joshtech was turning baby garter snakes into anacondas and making mountains out of molehills:

He also managed to prove that the greatest (or at least tallest) monster of all is man:

Now that mod tools are out, though, a whole new world has been opened to Joshtech. So far, he’s given the character creator a Monster Factory-friendly makeover:

You can give characters ridiculous ears and colored hair! You can make them small enough to be another character’s dick! Or you can just do this:

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This game looks like it could be a great final product, but I wish it was single player. Multiplayer (many times) means that id you haven’t been playing nonstop since day one, you’re a true Ann extreme disadvantage - especially considering many of these massivelu multiplayer survival games seemingly encourage griefing as a ‘fun’ aspect of then geme.