Skyrim players know exactly where to go when they want to trade goods. The place is no other than Whiterun, where merchants from the land of Nords converge to sell their wares. From foodstuffs to gear and potions, this is where buyers can get the best deals. \n \nDuring trading, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim players may have done business with every type of merchant. But nothing will prepare them for a trader who does business on four feet: an endearing canine who sells bones. \n \nThis adorable little dog named Chicken Leg is the product of Lordkirby103’s fertile imagination. With the Bone Merchant mod, players will be able to do transactions with this cartilaginous specialist. \n \nDog lovers will surely get a kick when dealing with this business-minded canine from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. He has a look similar to other Skyrim doggies such as Vigilance, Meeko, and Barbas. What makes him unique is his cute expression and shabby brown fur. \n \n \n \n \nBased on the photos which accompany the mod, Chicken Leg has an impressive array of bones. However, something is disconcerting about what he is selling. The bones do not come from animals but humans. \n \nA visit to his stall is not exactly a pleasant experience. The first things players will see are skull and leg bones plastered all over the place. These displays should not be a cause for concern. Especially if these are the kinds of goods The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim players need. \n \nPlayers will be pleased to know that Chicken Leg sells an Escape Potion which they can use during dangerous situations. If players want this dog to become a part of their game, they can download it from Nexus mods. \n \nThe 23 kilobyte Bone Merchant mod is available for both the Xbox and PC. Installing the mod only takes seconds and does not pose any risk to a player’s existing files. If they no longer want to use the mod, they can disable it and revert to their old mod. \n \nOnce Chicken Leg is activated, players will be able to purchase all of his goods. His wares include an arm bone, hands bones, a rib cage, a hip bone, and a skull. But the most useful of all is his Escape Potion which helps players extricate themselves from harm’s way. \n \nAnd if The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim players want to dispose of their inventory, the lovable canine has 1,000 worth of gold with him. Unfortunately, he is not the type of animal that can be taken home and domesticated. He just wants to do business.