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  • Wagnike2

    With the new "War in Cyrodiil" Trailer released for The Elder Scrolls Online, we thought it would be interesting if we asked members of this community to help us find hidden messages or interesting trivia within the new trailer in order to help create a new Fannotation version of this trailer. In case you are unsure of what a Fannotation trailer looks like, a good example can be seen here. Please leave any fannonations that you find in the comments below.

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    Calling all The Elder Scrolls players! Wikia is hosting a fantasy face-off and we are asking users to prove that the fantasy franchise they love is THE best, and each entrant will get a shot at winning a custom prize pack valued at $500!

    While everyone is free to enter, only residents of the U.S. and U.K. are eligible to win, and submissions will be taken until May 17. If you have a favorite fantasy franchise, whether it's The Elder Scrolls or something else, defend it now!

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    Fallout 3 vs. Skyrim

    November 23, 2011 by Wagnike2

    On October 28, 2008, Bethesda Softworks released Fallout 3. Nearly three years later (November 11, 2011), they released the latest game in the ever-growing Elder Scrolls series, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Both of these wikis have been extremely popular since the release of these two games. In fact, The Fallout Wiki previously held the record for most page views in a day and the number one spot on the Gaming Hub until it was recently dethroned by Skyrim. We thought it would be fun to compare these two games on a variety of topics – game setting, weaponry, and enemies.


    Let’s just right into the Vault and Fallout 3. Fallout 3 tells the story of a post-apocalyptic world. It takes place in the year 2277 on the East Coast of the former United S…


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  • Wagnike2

    Many people will quickly claim that an RPG is not their kind of game. Bethesda Softworks is very aware of this and they are going through far reaching motions to guarantee that Skyrim will appeal to a far range of people, even those not interested in RPGs.

    How is Bethesda trying to do this you may ask? First, they are creating a world and environment that is extremely complex and not dumbed down in any way. They are trying to create lush environments that are beautiful to even the most casual fan. One can't help but to be impressed by the game's natural beauty and scenery. Two, Bethesda is once again following the model of exploration that makes their games like Fallout: New Vegas so popular. Like in the Fallout games, you are free to explo…

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