January 18, 2013 11:06 pm


t0mfrancis: Hi there, in the back of the Art of Morrowind Book, that comes with the collectors edition of Morrowind, it credits 16 people as the ones who made all of the concept arts. They are; Hope Adams, Shirin Alkaissi, Noah Berry, Mark Bullock, Matt Carofano, Richard Guy, Mark Jones, Michael Kirkbride, Tohan Kim, Christian Meister, Christine Miller, Garry Noonan, Hugh Riley, Juan Sanchez, Brian Stokes and Ka-Kei Wong. I hope you are enlightened. =]

Thanks for the info. :)

8:50 pm


Anonymous: Hello, I was just wondering who is the artist behind the concept artbook? For art like the one in this post: 4775903663 Thanks.

No, I don’t. Sorry. But if someone does please feel free to enlighten us.

December 15, 2012 12:01 pm

15th Evening Star, North Wind’s Prayer

Today is the 15th of Evening Star, a holiday reverently observed by the temples as North Wind’s Prayer. It is a thanksgiving to the Gods for a good harvest and a mild winter. The temples offer all their services blessing, curing, healing for half the donation usually requested.

(via fyeahmorrowind)

November 20, 2012 12:00 pm

20th Sun’s Dusk, Warriors Festival

Today is the 20th of Sun’s Dusk, the Warriors Festival in Tamriel. Most all the local warriors, spellswords, and rogues come to the equipment stores and blacksmiths where all weapons are half price. Unfortunately, the low prices also tempt many an untrained boy to buy his first sword and the normally quiet streets ring with amateur skirmishes.

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October 13, 2012 11:58 am

13th Frost Fall, Witches’s Festival

Today is the 13th of Frost Fall, known throughout Tamriel as the Witches’s Festival when the forces of sorcery and religion clash. The Mages Guild gets most of the business since weapons and items are evaluated for their mystic potential free of charge and magic spells are one half their usual price. Demonologists, conjurers, lamias, warlocks, and thaumaturgists meet in the wilderness outside city, and the creatures created or summoned there may plague Tamriel for eons. Most wise men choose not to wander this night.

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October 5, 2012 11:58 am

5th Frost Fall, Dirij Tereur

The fifth of Frost Fall marks Dirij Tereur for the people of the Alik’r Desert. It is a sacred day honoring Frandar Hunding, the traditional spiritual leader of the Redguards who led them to Hammerfell in the first era. Stories are read from Hunding’s Book of Circles, and the temples in the region are filled to capacity.

(Source: imperial-library.info)

September 21, 2012 11:58 am


Looks familiar?

Just tried out a Skyrim mod of Solstheim. It’s still an early WIP as the modder’s only made the exteriors of Fort Frostmoth and created the first little part of scenery, as well as adding in the exteriors of a village straight out the back of Fort Frostmoth, called Seglheim - which was not in the original Solstheim, so I’m guessing that the modder isn’t going to stick to the original Solstheim exactly. Although, they have already added in the exteriors of Stormpfund and Himmelhost Barrow - both where in the original Solstheim.

Seeing as this is still a WIP, there’s no enemies, NPCs (apart form the sailors at the docks, when you arrive at Solstheim) and no exteriors to any of the buildings built. Also, only about 1/10 of the base environment is done - plus the land itself is huge, so it will take some time to complete just that.

This is definitely a mod to look out for in the future.

Recently got a PC copy of Skyrim from a friend and whilst looking around for fun mods stumbled across this, so I thought I’d share with you guys. I may or may not try it out, not sure though.

September 19, 2012 12:00 pm

19th Hearth Fire, Children’s Day

Children’s Day in Betony is a festive occasion with a grim history. All know though few choose to recall that Children’s Day began as a memorial to the dozens of children in Betony who were stolen from their homes by vampires one night never to be seen again. This happened over a hundred years ago, and the holiday has since become a celebration of youth.

(Source: imperial-library.info)

September 12, 2012 11:57 am

12th Hearth Fire, Riglametha

Riglametha is celebrated on the twelfth of Hearth Fire every year in Lainlyn as a celebration of Lainlyns many blessings. Pageants are held on such themes as the Ghraewaj, when the daedra worshippers in Lainlyn were changed to harpies for their blasphemy.

(Source: imperial-library.info)

September 6, 2012 12:00 pm

6th Hearth Fire, Khurat

Every town and fellowship in the Wrothgarian Mountains celebrates Khurat, the day when the finest young scholars are accepted into the various priesthoods. Even those people without children of age go to pray for the wisdom and benevolence of the clergy.

(Source: imperial-library.info)

September 3, 2012 11:54 am

3rd Hearth Fire, Tales and Tallows

No other holiday divides the people of Tamriel like the 3rd of Hearth Fire. A few of the oldest, more superstitious men and women do not speak all day long for fear that the evil spirits of the dead will enter their bodies. Most citizens enjoy the holiday, calling it Tales and Tallows, but even the most lighthearted avoid the dark streets of Tamriel cities, for everyone knows the dead do walk tonight. Only the Mages Guild completely thrives on this day. In celebration of the oldest magical science, necromancy, all magical items are half price today.

(via fyeahmorrowind)

August 30, 2012 12:36 pm


Anonymous: Hello, can you tell the exact direction or post pictures to the way to Urshilaku Burial Cavern? It's been 3 days now and I'm lost :c

It’s a little southeast of the Urshilaku camp. It’s hard to give exact directions, but this image should help you find where it is.

August 28, 2012 10:34 am


The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire trailer

Bethesda released the trailer for Skyrim’s next dlc today.

August 27, 2012 11:44 am

27th Last Seed, Harvest’s End

Perhaps no other festival fires the spirit of Tamriel as much as the one held today, Harvest’s End. The work of the year is over, the seeding, sowing, and reaping. Now is the time to celebrate and enjoy the fruits of the harvest, and even visitors to the celebrated region are invited to join the farmers. The taverns offer free drinks all day long, an extravagance before the economy of the coming winter months. Underfed farm hands gorging themselves and then getting sick in the town square are the most common sights of the celebration of Harvest’s End.

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August 23, 2012 11:51 am