Adventures in Tamriel

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ESO – Harvest Moon in Hunter’s Glade

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Took a trip to Hunter’s Glade in the Rift, a new housing option that isn’t available for sale yet. Nice wide expanse. Iirc we can remain in werewolf form there. It’s lovely, but I won’t know what to do with it. Probably leave it in its raw form. It looks like that might suit it more.

 

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ESO – Good Morning, Craglorn

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Ahhh… Craglorn! The smell of musty trolls hit me as I wandered towards a nearby Nirncrux mine. How they stand the intermingled fragrances of the grazing welwa and the milling trolls astonishes me as I mind my own business trying to excavate some rubedite ore.

 


ESO – Anticipating Murkmire whilst in Shadowfen

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Bites-his-Claws sometimes looks over at the sunset, wondering about Murkmire and his lost history.

 


ESO – Auridon in the morning

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Always lovely to see the greens in Auridon. Dreaming of Summerset next.

 


ESO – Fell’s Run

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What is it about Rivenspire and its misty skies?

 

 


ESO – In King’s Guard a Dolmen Festers

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ESO – Morrowind – Behold that Star!

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ESO – Stormhaven

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Stormhaven with a descended dolmen truly lives up to its name.

 


ESO – At Far Shores, Bangkorai

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The two statues always seem to me that they are giving high-fives to one another. But that wasn’t what caught my eye this time. The purple-blue shades of the sky was so strangely incongruent with the sun shining down at me. I had to remind myself where I was – they didn’t call it Far Shores for nothing!

 

 


ESO – Stirk, same old same old

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Every time I go to Stirk, and I’ve been there at least ten times, I almost always arrive at nearly but not always the same time – the magic hour just reaching its last tendrils over before the evening ends and night begins. The sun nears the horizon; night gathers above, bejeweled and waiting. I imagine that the sea breeze is balmy, and perhaps I can taste sorrow in the air – the Crimson Ship carried its burden hopeless into that endless Abecean Sea and were lost. Who mourns them?