"In these difficult times, we must count on persons such as you to secure our borders from bandits and rabble-rousers. We all profit by your lawful pursuit of the unlawful." — CountessAlessia Caro
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I am TombRaiser, one of the bureaucrats here on the wiki. I am also an operator of a bot which is used for monotonous maintenance tasks. I've been editing here for two years now but it certainly feels like I've been here for ages! Recently, I was invited to visit the Wikia HQ in San Francisco to discuss ways we can improve our wiki and to provide and receive feedback on current and future wiki features. You can often find me performing maintenance on pages, updating articles with correct information, as well as keeping up to date on the latest consensus topics in the Consensus Track board. From time to time, you may find me hanging out in the IRC and Wikia Chat, interacting with other members and staff.
I have been making a point to fact check content in accordance with the Construction Sets of Morrowind and Oblivion, and Creation Kit of Skyrim, as I have those tools at my disposal. I don't mod in any serious way, but I do know my way around the CS/CK data files fairly well.
As for The Elder Scrolls games, I started with Oblivion, which was back in 2009. I recently started to play Morrowind, but ended up jumping right into Bloodmoon instead. I thoroughly enjoyed Skyrim and the add-ons Dawnguard and Dragonborn. As for Hearthfire, it was a nice change of pace after much adventuring.
I have already caved in and pre-ordered The Elder Scrolls Online, even though I originally said I wouldn't get it right away. I had my reservations about getting into ESO at first because of the monthly subscription and the fact that it's an MMO, but it is The Elder Scrolls, and it was only a matter of time. I will play each alliance, my main one being in the Daggerfall Covenant.