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In Skyrim can Shadowmere die?
I've been in lots of big battles and he doesn't seem like he can die. Easily lost two horses before him but had Shadowmere forever and he just never dies!
I do not know how accurate this information is (see link below), but I believe Shadowmere can die, but he respawns alive or something.
He does have a lot of health, though, and regenerates fast, so he is much better than a normal horse.
thanks david! makes sense cause I've accidentally jumped off a mountain and killed him but wasn't sure if he could die from combat damage. That link info seems accurate to me
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