In the first Lorekhan, we covered the Elder Scrolls themselves; in the second, we covered the Imperial City, White-Gold, and their significance in the history of the Empire, as well as a large portion of the important Imperial history up to the start of the Second Era. This time, we will be covering the Second Era, which is also the era The Elder Scrolls Online takes place during. Continue reading
Well, my ESO guild is at 130 members, been staying busy with that. I’ve also been having fun with the Steam sales, and the Summer Sale is still on full thrust, so GOTTA GET DEM GAMEZ. Got the Civ 5 collection, and been playing Just Cause 2 and the multiplayer mod for it as well. I also spent time Continue reading
Welcome again to another punishingly named chapter in our Elder Scrolls lore series. Last week, we talked about the Elder Scrolls themselves. This week, we’ll be looking at the history of the Imperial City and the White-Gold Tower, and its significance throughout the eras.
The Imperial City is a circular city which is built on an isle in Lake Rumare, with the White-Gold Tower Continue reading
I took some screenshots of Alliance vs Alliance battles I was in, in Elder Scrolls Online. I had to change them from BMPs into JPEGs for you guys, so you better appreciate this. (lol it took like 3 clicks) Continue reading
I’ve started a guild in Elder Scrolls Online, so join it if you want to talk to an insane person and his friends. Mail or PM me @Dog_G6.
I like exploring, and PVE and PVP and everything else about the game, so we’ll probably be doing that.
Yes, the game rocks, and yes, I’m deleting all dem spam comments I’m getting here on DHGB. Dammit Korea.
To make up for my time gone, I’ve been up until 3:40 in the morning working on organizing the blog.
First up, I’ve organized the categories and gotten rid of identical ones, and changed the capitalization on some to make them upper case. I’ve also added a few new categories. I will begin applying them to older articles tomorrow.
Next, and most exciting, Continue reading