When you think of the typical Oblivion mod, what do you picture? Endless rolling fields of adventure? New and exciting weaponry? How about the ability to actually order Domino's Pizza to your house? That's what a new Oblivion mod is adding, and yes, I do mean sending real pizza to your real residence, not your home in Oblivion.
Usually, mods add exciting new systems to games or let you sub in your own music for their brutal soundtracks. Not so with this mod, though, which is (appropriately enough) called Pizzablivion. It was created by modder Nickies, and it adds a brand new NPC to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, one whose only purpose is to get a Domino's Pizza order sent to your address.
Here's how it works. You download the mod, then unpack it into the Data folder in your Oblivion directory. Using a text editor like Notepad (assuming you can pry yourself away from Doom), you edit in your details to a text file, as well as your credit card info. Once you've done this, fire up Oblivion and find the pizza NPC, who's outside of Weye. Talk to them and ask for "the usual". If there's a Domino's open near you, then you'll place an actual order which should be with you in 30 minutes or less, for such is the Domino's creed.
How to use the Oblivion mod that lets you order pizza
It's worth taking a look at the Nexus Mods page for Pizzablivion, as it contains detailed instructions on how to install and use the mod. You'll need the Network Pipe Control mod installed, and once you have that, you'll also need your personal info to hand and a basic text editor. Everything else should be pretty straightforward.
Within Oblivion itself, you can't change or customize your order, but if you know Domino's Pizza codes, then you can sub in the stuff you want yourself. It's a good idea to call Domino's to confirm they received the order after you place it, too, because Nickies says they tried to place three separate orders and only the second one actually arrived.
There have been some pretty strange and wonderful mods for games, like the Half-Life 2 mod that mirrors the whole game or the Stray mods that sub in dogs or pirates (or abominations wrought from the flesh of GTA: San Andreas' CJ). This has got to be one of the weirdest and greatest mods created for a game to date, though. Here's hoping for the Fallout 4 mod that lets you order Subway.