I knew they couldn’t resist, not with John Cleese voicing Sir Cadwell.Read More Blue—no, yellow!
I said, “Yes I will, and on my horse no less!” Wheeeeeee! Neighhhhhh! Stuck the landing.Read More “Leave The Floating Rock” he said
The very first thing I did once the PTS was updated and downloaded and turned on was to roll a new toon and run thru the new tutorial I had heard was part of Update 6. I will say, I was pretty fond of the old tutorial, and can say that even though I have […]Read More PTS—new Wailing Prison tutorial
It’s a good thing they didn’t try to include the super-jumbo size in our Imperial Edition pre-orders, S&H would’ve been killer. And no way Amazon would’ve delivered them day of release… Ooh, scary! Nah, we’re cool.Read More Giant Molag Bal collectible statue!
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
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So through a series of accidents and overcompensations, we ended up with an extra copy of the Mac/PC Imperial Edition of ESO, and after a small amount of pondering (very small, to be honest) we decided “Ah, fuck it” and we’re playing ESO now on my MacBook Pro, until the PS4 version comes out at […]Read More Our pleasure to introduce Thy fearful Symmetry, Khajiit Templar
This was the first appearance of the Daedric Prince for me, with my very first character in the first beta weekend I was invited to: And he wasn’t any different for beta weekend #2 But I guess the developers didn’t think that ghostly-shiny Molag Bal was shit-scary enough. I can see their point, I guess, […]Read More Sidebar: the evolution of Molag Bal