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Saturday, May 26, 2012

XIX - The Clockwork City

Almalexia’s eyes seemed to flash as Fen drew Trueflame from her belt. The fire reflected in the goddess’s golden eyes and her face was lit by a sort of manic joy.

Saturday, May 12, 2012

XVIII - Trueflame

Fen wasn’t sure how to spend the next two days. There wasn’t much to do in the city itself, seeing as nearly everyone had deserted the outdoors while the ashstorm raged. She ended up spending most of her time in her room at the Winged Guar, replacing potions she’d used up recently in between reading The Real Barenziah.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

About The Elder Scrolls: Online...

Just wanted to offer a quick post to clarify a few things:

  • I won't be writing any kind of post like I did for Skyrim analyzing information about TESO
  • I don't really like MMOs
  • I probably won't play TESO

I don't want to rifle a lot of feathers, but I am very disappointed in Todd and the decision he's made by going in this direction. It's very sad that a series as groundbreaking as TES has to go this way. The series started to die after Morrowind, imo. So main focus will pretty much be Morrowind from here on out.

Sorry about the interruption in the usual broadcast, just wanted to clear that up. I have a very busy weekend ahead so please do not be confused if this week's chapter is a bit late.

If you want full details on my stance against the Elder Scrolls MMO just shoot me an email, I'd be happy to chat about it.


Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Happy birthday again!

First of all, I somehow manged to miss Fen's birthday on April 14th! Happy belated birthday, Fen, you're great.

Second of all, I would like to wish an on-time happy birthday to Morrowind itself. Morrowind has provided me with over seven years of entertainment, and I can't even begin to describe how much the game means to me. When things in my life were very uncertain, Morrowind was always the place I could go to lose myself for a few hours and focus on this beautiful fantasy world where I could be anything I wanted. Through Morrowind I've grown tremendously as a person and the closest I will ever be to putting my gratitude into words is this story. Thank you all again so much for reading and I hope you will continue to do so. Morrowind means the world to me, and I hope I've been able to make you fall in love with it as much as I have.

Thanks for everything.