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Cosplay Friday: Skyrim

Fri Feb 20, 2015, 4:55 PM
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Dragons, Magic and Never Ending Quests.
Welcome To Skyrim.


Hailed by many as one of the greatest games of all time, “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” may soon have its successor on store shelves. Rumors are flooding the web that “The Elder Scrolls 6” release date is drawing closer with speculation placing the drop date sometime between 2015 and 2016.


Now for those of you who wish to own a piece from the world of Skyrim, you’re in luck! Bethesda will be publishing the in-game stories from the books found throughout “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” game as a stand-alone series of hardcover books for you to read to your heart’s content. The series will be three books, the first volume titled The Skyrim Library Vol. I: The Histories, which will indeed contain all the histories found in the Skyrim books. This first edition will be available for sale on May 19th via Amazon. Details around the other two volumes have yet to be released though fans can most likely expect the very popular The Lusty Argonian Maid tale to be included in one of the upcoming volumes.



Beyond Skyrim.


The latest news in the world of Skyrim mods brings us to Beyond Skyrim, a new mod currently being developed that will give players access to all of Tamriel along with parts of Morrowind. The team aims to create a whole game inside of Skyrim adding new characters and main quests along with the new landscapes. The best part is that you can help create this new continent! The group is currently recruiting for new members to help with development. You can find more info at www.darkcreations.org.


We’ve got just the thing to help you pass the time as you patiently wait in anticipation of scoring the newest series installment, or the Skyrim histories or the new mod.


Warriors, mages and thieves have all gathered for a cosplay adventure celebrating all things Skyrim. Get your Dragonborn on as we head to frigid lands to marvel at the deviants who’ve brought the characters of Tamriel to life.
















I used to be an adventurer like you, then I took an arrow in the knee.”


— Guard










Some people call this junk. Me? I call it treasure.”


— Merchant










I’m not a man, I’m a weapon in human form. Just unsheathe me and point me at the enemy.”


— Hrongar










Perhaps we should find a random stranger to murder. Practice does make perfect.”


— Lucien Lachance, the Spectral Assassin










My favorite drinking buddy! Let's get some mead.”


— Village Drunkard










I will eat your heart!”


— Dremora










You NEVER should have come here."


— Everyone












Your Thoughts


  1. How many hours a day do you play Skyrim and why?
  2. Have you taken an arrow to the knee yet?
  3. What would you like to see in future editions of Cosplay Friday?













Dragons, Magic, and Never Ending Quests. Welcome To Skyrim. Hailed by many as one of the greatest games of all time, “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” may soon have its successor on store shelves. Rumors are flooding the web that “The Elder Scrolls 6” release date is drawing closer with speculation placing the drop date sometime between 2015 and 2016.

Author: spotted


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Cosplay Friday: Game of Thrones

Fri Jan 16, 2015, 12:18 PM
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Game of Thrones


The dragons are back this spring with the return of one of the most popular shows currently running on cable television. HBO’s Game of Thrones has gone to painstaking lengths to bring the heroic fantasy book series A Song of Fire and Ice by George R. R. Martin to life in its adaptation, a feat once thought by the author himself to be impossible. No one is more familiar with the challenges of bringing a character to life than the cosplay community who constantly strive to present the most authentic version of the character they are portraying.


You Are What You Wear


The costumes showcased in the fantastical drama don’t merely adorn the characters, but inform the audience of whom each character is and help embellish the overall narrative. Costume design is just another form of storytelling for Game of Thrones’ costume designer Michele Clapton and the many costumers working on the show. The intricacies built into the costumes don’t always shine through on the screen, but a closer look reveals just how much thought and consideration is put into every piece.


Michelle Carragher, the embroiderer behind Sansa Starks’s Season 3 wedding dress, shares the subtle story weaved into the fabric of the gown. Here is a quote from her blog:







For Sansa’s wedding dress the designer Michele Clapton [Game Of Thrones’ Costume Designer] wanted to have an embroidered band that wrapped around which symbolistically told Sansa’s life from the Tully and Stark beginnings to the entanglement with the Lannisters.


Her story starts at her lower back where the Tully fish and Stark Diawolf entwine as we move round to the front the Lannister Lion is becoming dominant over the Diawolf and at the back neck the Lions head is stamped onto Sansa. The dress colour was still very much Sansa Stark and the embroidery had pale golden tones but woven through the story are ripe red pomegranates, the red colour symbolising the growing Lannister influence over her.”


— Michelle Carragher










by Michelle Carragher







This is only one piece of the hundreds of costumes on the show, each with it’s own unique story. Once you look closely at each of the costumes you notice details like the color red and lion-like embellishments used on the Lannisters’ clothing. There are flower and other plant-like adornments on the Tyrells’ outfits. There are even changes in the types of clothing and color pallets used for certain characters as they evolve and their stories change. Sansa’s Season 4 black feathered gown is one example of a character’s evolution shining through in their costume.



Helping to catapult the fantasy fandom further into the mainstream, Game of Thrones has successfully surpassed the trend other popular fantasy adaptations such as The Lord of the Rings and Harry Potter had started. Just think about how many Daenerys Targaryens you came across this Halloween. However, there is a special passion held by those who choose to undertake a Game of Thrones cosplay, for as we have seen the bar has been set high by the show’s costume designers.


Get ready as we travel to the treacherous yet beautiful lands of Westeros to see the brave cosplayers who have decided to join in the fight for the iron throne.













The dragons are back this spring with the return of one of the most popular shows currently running on cable television. HBO’s Game of Thrones has gone to painstaking lengths to bring the heroic fantasy book series A Song of Fire and Ice by George R. R. Martin to life in its adaptation, a feat once thought by the author himself to be impossible. No one is more familiar with the challenges of bringing a character to life than the cosplay community who constantly strive to present the most authentic version of the character they are portraying.

Author: spotted 

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Cosplay Friday: The Legend of Zelda

Fri Jan 9, 2015, 8:35 PM
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The Legend of Zelda


The award winning The Legend of Zelda video game series is undoubtedly one of the most beloved and iconic of all time. But how much do you really know about this action-adventure phenomenon? Even with 17 official games and multiple generations of fans there are still a few hidden tidbits about the land of Hyrule that are not especially well known.


Let’s start our quest at the beginning with the inspiration for Hyrule. Creator Shigeru Miyamoto spent most of his days wandering around the countryside of Sonobe, Japan, where one day he discovered a cave. A curious child, he took a lantern and began exploring what turned out to be a series of interlocked caves. This experience and the sense of adventure he felt would later serve as the foundation for The Legend of Zelda.


The Legend of Zelda was not the game's full original title. In Japan the title was The Hyrule Fantasy: Legend of Zelda. "Hyrule Fantasy" was later changed for the North American release and eventually disappeared from the title worldwide.


Now for our hero, Link


As the running meme delights in telling you, his “name is not Zelda.” You can say Link traveled straight out of Neverland, as he was based on the Walt Disney version of Peter Pan. He's a young lad with pointy ears, green hat and he's surrounded by feisty fairies and Kokiri who never grow up. It’s not hard to see the resemblance.


Our Princess, the actual Zelda, was based on Zelda Fitzgerald, the wife of author F. Scott Fitzgerald (The Great Gatsby). According to Miyamoto, she “was a famous and beautiful woman from all accounts, and I liked the sound of her name.” What Miyamoto might not have known was her tragic history of being more than her husband's muse. He plagiarized her diaries when he needed more authentic female voices for characters in his novels. He then promoted the popular notion that she was “crazy” when she hinted at his ongoing literary thievery.


The Legend of Zelda, however, is no stranger itself to the dark side of nature with the original game being set in a post-apocalyptic Hyrule, where Link’s fate is grim. Nintendo’s Hyrule Historia book contains an official Legend of Zelda timeline with three alternate timelines based on the events of the Ocarina of Time game. Each path was based on a different outcome: Link beating Ganon in the future and staying there, Link defeating Ganon and returning to the past, and the last with Ganon defeating Link.



Last but not least. The sword.


Why is there an old man in a cave telling Link “It’s dangerous to go alone!” and then handing him a sword? Because Miyamoto wanted to make the game more complicated and confusing. He purposefully made several changes throughout the game to ensure it was, including starting our hero off without any weapon to defend himself. He thought doing so would lead players to share information with their friends in order to figure out what was going on and that this would help foster a sense of community around the game. Being that The Legend of Zelda was one of the most discussed games on the playground in the 80’s, it’s safe to say he was successful. Just remember you do need the sword to end the game, so make sure you grab it from that old man.


With it’s 29th anniversary of The Legend of Zelda coming up in February, what more perfect time to see all of our favorite Zelda characters brought to life by the talents of the DeviantArt cosplay community?! So now it’s off to Hyrule we go!











The award winning The Legend of Zelda video games series is undoubtedly one of the most beloved and iconic of all time. But how much do you really know about this action-adventure phenomenon? Even with 17 official games and multiple generations of fans there are still a few hidden tidbits about the land of Hyrule that are not especially well known.

Author: spotted 

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Video Game Review: Skyrim

Tue Feb 24, 2015, 12:12 PM
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Bethesda Studios announced that this year, for the first time ever, they’d be hosting their own press conference at E3


This news made waves in the gaming community with everyone anticipating one singular purpose for the conference: to announce the release of Fallout 4, the sequel to one of the studio’s most successful franchises. If you’re familiar with Bethesda, then you probably know of their other major franchise, equally successful in its own right: The Elder Scrolls. While The Elder Scrolls Online—an MMORPG and the latest release in the series—was given a lukewarm critical reception, the installation before that, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, is a masterpiece in video gaming.


Skyrim is undeniably one of the most visually striking games ever created. It’s not just the sharp, clear graphic animation, which hovers seamlessly between looking realistic and fully owning its video game aesthetic, it’s also the imaginative landscapes and the way they unfurl around you as you traverse the map.


For most players, the first time you catch a glimpse of Whiterun, a town in the game, you’re standing on a ridge, and down below you see a sweeping plain with a solitary hill in the middle of it. On it sits a Tolkien–esque village with thatched roofs arranged neatly inside of a stone wall. Then at the hill’s crest there is an imposing–but–beautiful stone structure—the city’s keep, called Dragon’s Reach. This is just one of many instances when you are able to reap the rewards of what must have been a painstaking and detail–focused development process. When you look up in the night sky, the celestial bodies hovering there include two moons that take up the sort of real estate we’d expect Jupiter to in our own sky if it were a closer neighbor.


It’s a nice looking game, is the point I guess I’m trying to make.



But more than that, it tells rich stories. Hundreds of them


There’s the main storyline, which is engrossing and interesting, but beyond that are a handful of faction side–storylines and lots of one–off quests triggered by walking into a bar at the right time, or encountering a certain cave in the middle of the woods. The game is an open sandbox, an anything–goes world. It is as close to tabletop RPG as you can get on a console, in that the only thing that limits your experience is your own imagination. If you develop an interesting, complex character to play as, the world takes shape around you.


The Elder Scrolls games have always been detail–rich. The lock–picking minigame first implemented in Oblivion added significantly to the experience of breaking and entering into a stranger’s home in the middle of the night. Buying and decorating your own house or manor in–game provides therapeutic relief after hours of questing and gold–collecting. The libraries full of virtual books you can choose to read or not read in Skyrim were a staple in past games as well, but here they represent add–ins in a game whose larger parts are also very solid. In past games the combat and class systems left something to be desired, as did interaction with NPCs. But in Skyrim the fundamentals really came together, adding an air of completeness to a franchise that has always had an intriguing sense of open–endedness and a wealth of experience–enhancing details.


















Your Thoughts


  1. If you have played any of The Elder Scrolls games, which one is your favorite and why?
  2. Do you believe videogames should be considered works of art?
  3. Do you ever find yourself pondering a larger “life question” because of something that happened in a game you were playing?
  4. Do you believe that playing a videogame has ever changed your mind about a hot topic of debate. In your experience, can videogames provoke genuine insights into complex human questions?













Bethesda Studios announced that this year, for the first time ever, they’d be hosting their own press conference at E3. This news made waves in the gaming community with everyone anticipating one singular purpose for the conference: to announce the release of Fallout 4, the sequel to one of the studio’s most successful franchises. If you’re familiar with Bethesda, then you probably know of their other major franchise, equally successful in its own right: The Elder Scrolls. While The Elder Scrolls Online—an MMORPG and the latest release in the series—was given a lukewarm critical reception, the installation before that, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, is a masterpiece in video gaming.

Author: eawood
Curator: ellenherbert


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Cosplay Friday: Avengers

Fri Jan 23, 2015, 5:46 PM
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The Avengers


First introduced by Marvel in 1963, The Avengers was Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s superheroic response to the success of DC Comics’ Justice League of America.


In the original comic the founders of the superhero team were Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, Ant–Man, and The Wasp who came together to defeat the evil god Loki. The 2012 live–action Avengers movie loosely based on Marvel’s The Ultimates (2002) comic book series had a different core group adding Captain America and Nick Fury to the team and replacing Ant–Man and The Wasp with Hawkeye and Black Widow.


So, Who Are The Avengers?


Unlike other Marvel teams The Avengers are not mutants fighting for equal rights or a family of Four who met with unexpected effects after a mission in space. The movie version of The Avengers is a government sponsored elite team of skilled warriors, a Super SWAT team led by S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Nick Fury, while in the comics Tony Stark housed and funded the team while secretly hiding his identity as Iron Man from his teammates.


The comic world of Marvel has many twists and turns, filled with crossovers, gender swaps, and alternate timelines that aren’t always explained or don’t make it into the movie adaptations. Comic fans usually have a one up on movie fans in terms of knowing more about the characters’ origins and their backgrounds. Did you you know Nick Fury was originally white when he was first introduced in the comics and only later was he portrayed as black in an alternate timeline of The Avengers where the group is called The Ultimates as part of Marvel’s Ultimate Comics line? This change was made by the creative team of writer Mark Millar and artist Bryan Hitch, who even drew Nick Fury as Samuel L Jackson years before the movie was cast.







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Nick Fury may not have super powers, but he can hold his own as one of the best military commanders of World War II where he originally met and befriended Captain America in the comics. In the comics Sgt. Nick Fury led his squad, the Howling Commandos, through Europe to Germany. After a lifetime in the military he was recruited by Tony Stark to run the newly created government super agency S.H.I.E.L.D.


Captain America was previously the leader of another military super–team known as The Invaders during WWII. He gained his power as part of an experiment by Professor Erskine to create an army of super–soldiers, but Erskine was assassinated during the experiment, making Steve Rogers the only one. He later received his circular indestructible shield as a gift from President Roosevelt.


Speaking of weapons, we all know Thor’s hammer, Mjolnir, can only be wielded by those “worthy” enough and in the movie the only one to even come close to making it budge is the original boy scout, Captain America. However in the comics the hammer can actually be wielded by other superheroes including Captain America, X-Mens’ Rogue, DC Comics’ Wonder Woman and Superman, and even Loki.


Not to be left behind in the weapons department is Tony Stark whose character was based on inventor, adventurer, multi–billionaire, ladies’ man and eventual recluse Howard Hughes. It was Iron Man’s co–creator Don Heck who modeled playboy industrialist Tony Stark’s look on Robin Hood (1938) actor Errol Flynn. When Stark dons his fully powered Iron Man suit he can lift up to 100 Tons almost the same as the Hulk, only as we now know, the angrier Hulk gets the stronger he gets, so Hulk will ultimately be the strongest.


There are a few team members who have murkier pasts. Hawkeye wasn’t always the hero we know him to be now. Clint Barton as he was originally known started out as a circus performer which is where he refined his archery skills. Eventually breaking off from the circus and going on to call himself “Hawkeye” he went down the dark path of being a villain before being inspired by Iron Man to become a superhero.


No stranger to shades of grey is the deadly Natasha Romanoff. One of the world’s best spies and assassins, she was originally a member of the Russian KGB where her ruthless effectiveness earned her code name “Black Widow.” Her threat to global security made her a target for S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent Barton, who was sent to assassinate Black Widow recognized her skill and disobeyed orders recommending her as an agent instead.


Last, but not least, the Hulk. Who contrary to popular belief did not start out as a big green monster. In the comics, the Hulk’s appearance caused great difficulties for colorist Stan Goldberg who couldn’t get the right shades of grey for the Mr. Hyde side of Bruce Banner which lead to him being green in a few panels. Ultimately Stan Lee and Jack Kirby decided to keep the green coloring to make Goldberg’s job a little bit easier.


While you may not see superheroes running around on a daily basis like in the movies you might very well run into them at a comic convention. We’ve rounded up our own recruits to join the ranks of the cosplay elite.


Now grab some shawarma and check out the action–packed Avengers we’ve assembled for this edition of Cosplay Friday.













First introduced by Marvel in 1963, The Avengers was Jack Kirby and Stan Lee’s superheroic response to the success of DC Comics’ Justice League of America. In the original comic the founders of the superhero team were Thor, Iron Man, Hulk, Ant-Man, and The Wasp who came together to defeat the evil god Loki. The 2012 live-action Avengers movie loosely based on Marvel’s The Ultimates (2002) comic book series had a different core group adding Captain America and Nick Fury to the team and replacing Ant-Man and The Wasp with Hawkeye and Black Widow.

Author: spotted 

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Morrowind Feature

Journal Entry: Sun Mar 25, 2012, 1:30 AM
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The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind is my favourite game of all time, and it will always hold a special place in my heart. I've been planning for awhile to put together a game-inspired feature; unfortunately, it is very hard to find genuine fan art since most Morrowind-related deviations on dA are game screenshots (or manipulations thereof), and I found only a limited number of devs I could use.

For those unfamiliar with the game, Morrowind is an open-ended first-person RPG with an expansive and detailed world, released in 2002. The central plot concerns the deity Dagoth Ur, housed within the volcanic Red Mountain, who seeks to gain power and break Morrowind free from Imperial reign. In addition to the extensive main quest, there are detailed discursive quests for a variety of factions, including various guilds, religious organizations, and aristocratic houses.





Plot Related


Lord Voryn Dagoth had been a good friend of Lord Indoril Nerevar, but they turned against each other in the Battle of the Red Mountain, and House Dagoth was crushed and scattered. However, Dagoth re-awakened later and set up base in the crater citadels of Red Mountain, spreading his influence and seeking to cast down the current deities and eventually conquer all Tamriel. The central storyline of Morrowind revolves around the reincarnation of Indoril Nerevar, referred to as "The Nerevarine", who has been prophesied to oppose and defeat the malevolent Dagoth Ur and his followers, encompassed in a faction named "The Sixth House".


Main Story


Vvardenfell at peril by Swietopelk 1st Council by RisingMonster Lord Nerevar and Voryn Dagoth by Theophilia Morrowind: Dunmer Prisoner by x-AnEternalDeath-x Morrowind: Sixth House Dream by Sanguithar Dream Sequence - Sort Of by Hreztil Second Dream Sequence by Hreztil Many Fall, But One Remains by Theophilia :thumb333563666: Heart of Lorkhan by HestorNestor Uupse Fyr and Yagrum Bagarn by HestorNestor Yagrum Bagarn by The-Great-Shiniku Divayth Fyr by yoult Corprus upgrade by Righon Saying Goodbye by Tenshi-Inverse Nerevarine in Kogoruhn by Rastrelly Cavern of the Incarnate by Raniana Vivec by 1ndajone5 Path of the Nerevarine by Aznaddran Lord Kagrenac by TheMinttu :thumb274785081: :thumb79604820: Battle of Gods by KronossLiandri TES - Disrupted Pace by Izz-noxfox :thumb79743580:



Nerevar and Nerevarine


The Nerevarine by TheMinttu Nerevar Indoril by RisingMonster Portrait of Nerevar by WilliamWeird Moon and Star by Juame Nerevarine by IcedWingsArt - Nerevar Indoril: outfit - by Ardariel TES: Nerevarine born and coming by Ti-R Nerevarine by Hreztil Red Mountain - Coloured by Hreztil



Voryn Dagoth


Sharmat by greedofan The Tribunal Will Fall Down by GothaWolf Dagoth Ur by Tsinji :thumb283160625: Dagoth Ur by curtsibling Lord Dagoth by DarianKite :thumb101630109: Praise Dagoth Ur by LandscapeRunner My Pecioussssss by GothaWolf Voryn Dagoth the Sharmat by RisingMonster :thumb86386126:



Nerevar x Dagoth


Friendship for life by greedofan Boo. by greedofan Moments that makes life great by greedofan Evening Star by greedofan Nerevar and Dagoth Ur II by TheFatalImpact Lord Dagoth and Lord Indoril by DarianKite Studying hard by greedofan Savior of the Dreaming Dead by Clockwork-Gears



Tribunal Gods and Daedra


Daily Drawing 40 by Fuelreaver ALMSIVI by GothaWolf ALMSIVI by Sanguithar :thumb300167557: The world's teeth by nadmoremtumana Lord Vivec by LordArkey Vivec by LordArkey Lord Vivec by RisingMonster - Beauty and the beasT - by mornmeril Morrowind by Draagonfly Who did you call GOOD deadra? by Abadir :thumb333894287: Never meant to belong by RisingMonster In the past by asunochka AlmSiVi blessings pic.2 by 000-Grey Azura Moon and Star by Righon Azura: Dawn and Dusk by TheMinttu :thumb73489789: Azura by GaspardART Mephala by Brand09 The Head of Boethiah by theOlven



Sixth House


Dagoth and Friends by Doomed-Dreamer :thumb155008435: The Sixth House by J-Humphries TES - Ash zombie by Izz-noxfox :thumb121777200: Ash Ghoul by ValaSedai Ash ghoul by LeKsoTiger Ash ghoul by Orwan-Hull 2 by Shagan-fury Ascended Sleeper by IrisErelar Ascended Sleeper by DSiwek TES - Sleeper Wakes by calicogoat Ascended Sleeper by chrisbeaver Ash Vampire by Celestial-Polydegmon Ash Vampire by Walkingpalmtree Corprus Stalker by TheMinttu Haus Dagoth (Ancient One) by PriestMorokei The Sixth House by AmbrMerlinus



Ashlanders


Seven prophecies by Ketzall Free as wind in Ashland by Ketzall Ashland by asunochka Hunter by greedofan Ashlander Camp by croicroga Native and his three wives by kungfubellydancer Ashlander by M-JulZ






Game Related


Fan art of different characters and OCs, scenes, battles, side quests.


Events, Scenes


Julan and the Clannfears by plangkye The Fall of Ald'ruhn by WilliamWeird TES - Sighting Port Telvanni by Izz-noxfox .Bad News. by sewreel Wanderer by Anastasia-N Welcome to Vvardenfell by Demi-urgic Sebyth's Fall of Ald'Ruhn by Sebyth Farewell, Ruhn by greedofan Malacath's Halloween by Percavius Berne Deception by Hieronymus7Z We are watching you, scum by DeepWoodian Da Valen's Gang by Rastrelly The gondolier by Lelek1980 Morrowind by Brogis There is no escape by Nordic-Dragon arganianin by 400004 Morrowind Still Life by JEMdark Jiub on his way to Sainthood by TheShieldofOak Ordinator by ArenSH :thumb159568896: balmora cut - couple and by Saito00 Morrowind by ladyofparanoia Dunmer in the Ashlands by Demi-urgic Ascadian Isles by hyperionwitch :thumb254340561: Morrowind: Ienith brothers by RisingMonster Anhaedra hates his life by TheMinttu Harvalic by Percavius Dunmer maiden in glass by Righon Khajiit's-dealers by HeloiseTheSiamese Vivec by hyperionwitch Twilight in Gnisis by LeKsoTiger :thumb311529915: Almsivi Sees All by Demi-urgic Crosier of st. Llothis by Ljuton St. Rilms by Ljuton Exorcist Morag Tong by KoTnoneKoT From Balmora... by Cerviero Got Skooma? by PaperandDust TES III: Asura Shores wip by atananuk Netch Plantation by TheMinttu Good deeds are punishable, the stranger by CKyHC Pilgrim_01 by Zdhifgjzhgu Morrowind by CKyHC The Ashlands Caravan by 000-Grey Cute little scrib by Einoin



Characters, Races


An argonian of Morrowind by DeerDandy :thumb263006334: Morrowind: Dunmer by thnts45 A young dunmer metis by HestorNestor  TES Aneleven WIP 2 by Velena-Gorosama Aryon .2 by 000-Grey Charm me Tevanni by Juame Morrowind: telvanni finished by atananuk Telvanni wizard by kissyushka Elf and a tree-fungus in color by Yamber Khajit by FuryOn1989 Morrowind Dude by ricey Khajiit of the Twin Lamps by lamarble Contemplation by Luthrai Kinsman of Hlaalu by Asraniel Jess and Goopy the guar by vampire-chicken