Yes, we are playing The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall 😀 Some fun things already, just from race selection in character creation— First off, everyone is very tall… Nice to see the origins of Argonians being fast swimmers as a racial trait. I always thought that was a nice touch in ESO, no matter what the […]Read More Forward from 2E 582 to 3E 405, and back from 2015 to 1996
Made my Nightblade Berserker her first set of crafted gear for level 22. This build is kicking butt, taking names, and kicking ass all over again, so I though she should get some nice duds. 7 pieces of medium armor, 5 of them (head torso waist legs feet) in Ashen Grip, 2 of them (shoulders […]Read More Fiery Fafhrdsdóttir, level 22 gear
The Grayest Mouser— He’s working the new Orc (medium chest, hands, waist and legs) and Redguard (light feet—the most awesome, swashbuckling, fold-over boots ever!) designs that dropped with Update 6. Finished out with a light Daedric head and medium Imperial shoulders. Double Daedric daggers for the dual-wield bar, Altmer bow on his second. The inestimable […]Read More Nightblade fashion update, late winter edition
Alright, alright, I’m addicted to Nightblades. I have a problem, I know, but I’m just having so damn much fun trying out variations on this class, I can’t stop myself. So…a few weeks ago I decided to roll a new, third NB based on this Battlemaster’s Corner post, “The Berserker.” Seemed like a great counterpart […]Read More NB#3 Fafhrdsdóttir the Berserker
Since Mouser is my first go at rolling a Nightblade since beta, I’ve decided I should get to know the ESO version of the class better by just playing it real traditional-like: stealth-based assassin/sniper-type, maxing out the critical hit chance and damage as much as possible to create a fierce single-target DPS. (If you look […]Read More My first Nightblade: The Grayest Mouser
I changed my mind and went for a big change at level 42. It was all about the hat. I found a drop set item (the medium armor helm from the Stygian set) that looked just like the Ancient Nord helm from Skyrim. And I got all excited thinking (mistakenly, as it turns out) that […]Read More The White Witch
Thessaly’s look has really evolved, especially in the past few months since the dye stations were added in Update 3, which increased my ability to customize her dramatically. I’ve taken great pleasure in finding unexpected or striking color palettes to go with interesting combinations of racial motifs in the armor and weapons themselves. Hopefully all […]Read More Evolution of a tank, part deux: Dye, scum!
One of my favorite things has always been finding (and later—with a good crafter—making) new armor sets, and shaping my character’s appearance that way. Thessaly has undergone quite a bit of evolution, and I’ve really enjoyed finding unexpected ways to combine racial motifs in her weapons and armor. It’s hard at first, when you really […]Read More Evolution of a tank: Origins
Our new character in the Ebonheart Pact, an Imperial Sorcerer who will use heavy armor and a sword and board (or some kind of one-handed weapon with a shield), with a primary emphasis on Dark Magic with a secondary in Storm Calling. When she gets to level 15 we’re thinking of adding a restoration staff as a secondary […]Read More The Witch of Thessaly, pleased to meet you
So we found a new set crafting locale in a Dwemer ruin, to make the Set of Lamae. We decided to go for the full overhaul in honor of hitting level 40. Armor, weapons, everything would be done up new, in thick leather and Dwarven steel, and as part of the Set of Lamae. Our new […]Read More Level 40! Armor/weapon makeover!