Note: This is an excerpt from the C0DA that has sprung up around a series of RPs, and should not be taken as what is considered true lore, as it applies only to said RP series.
3rd of Frostfall, 3E 433
Somewhere within Aetherius, at a table of carven stone, sat a group of three men, all seated in chairs of similar make and design around the table while they seemingly awaiting the arrival of someone else. Finally, the idle silence was broken when a great rift opened in the world before them and out stepped a black-haired man, who strode over to the head of the table and took his seat without a word, then looked to the others before beginning.
"This then is all that remains of our council? Where then is the Godkiller? The Underking?" asked the …
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As we all know, The Elder Scrolls: Online is the only Elder Scrolls game that has multiplayer. However, a bit of tension has sprung up about communication. Obviously, we don't want to communicate with everyone in the game's multiserver, that would be unbelievably chaotic. On the same note, we don't want to be able to chat with anyone we don't exactly know, none of us want to get screamed at when we mount an enemy's head on a pike. Yet we need to, seeing as teamwork is a big theme in TES Online. Part of our answer comes from emotes. According to the Elder Scrolls Online website, emotes will allow you to do things such as /kiss, /beggar, etc. As much as some of us are going to enjoy doing things like bestowing blessings or dancing around dru…Read more >
So lately, I've noticed that the Argonians have been receiving a lot of hate, among other things. Why is this? Lemonizer, for example, decided to write a piece about rhem rising from the water, using their bare hands and the equivalent of a fur coat for armor, and acting like disorganized savages. WHY?! Argonians are people too. By that logic, all Imperials should be viewed as milk drinkers, or all Khajiit as thieves! (Which they are viewed as, but you get the point.) Let me refute a few things here:
1. If you think they're too lazy to help the other races fight the Thalmor, that's just ridiculous. They don't need to because they aren't threatening them. Why would the Thalmor even bother assaulting Black Marsh, anyway? No one has defeated t…Read more >
Hello everyone. It's me again, this time with a short story. If you liked it, please leave a comment and I may create more installments. Enjoy.
The city was in ruins. Fire rained from the sky, destroying the once great capital. Shouting, screaming, people ran from their homes as the chaos ensued around them. And there, in the middle of it all, was Gormlaith. He could not bring himself to move, as if his legs were made of stone, but he kept reaching, trying hopelessly to save his sister. He could hear laughter as a bridge collapsed from the raw power of the speaker's voice, separating him from his her, as black smoke surrounded him....
"Hakon? Hakon, wake up! It's just a dream!" Hakon groggily opened his eyes, only to be brought back to cruel…
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With all the Civil War debate floating around, I've been trying to think of something else to write about. And then came the thought of the Volkihar and Dawnguard, why hasn't anyone sparked a debate about that war? I'm sorry to say that the Dawnguard DLC seems to be somewhat undervalued. So here comes a debate: Who do you think is right, the Volkihar Clan, or the Dawnguard? Your choice. I found it an extremely hard choice, maybe you did as well? Well, enjoy this debate piece, and once again, I'm sorry for writing such a short and (somewhat) pointless blog.Read more >