Since my first Dragon Priest stamp went over pretty well, I decided to make another, for the few more that you confront in Skyrim's "Dragonborn" expansion
In the order that they are shown on the stamp, each priest can be found in the following locations: - Ahzidal - Kolbjorn Barrow (Solstheim's Southern Ashlands) - Dukaan - White Ridge Barrow (Solstheim's Northern Mountains) - Zahkriisos- Bloodskal Barrow (Solstheim's Southern Ashlands) - Miraak - Apocrypha (Oblivion)
As some of you may know, I recently got Skyrim and am addicted to it. I have only one character at the moment and that is Thor the Argonian. I'm not sure what it is about them but I love the Argonain race and everything about them. Hence, the reason for this little stamp :3
More Skyrim stamps coming soon!
All images belong to Bethesda Studios. Template from `Shabadingle
This is a stamp I wanted to make for a little while now, featuring the major antagonists of Skyrim and its two major DLCs
These are the fiends, in order (slight spoilers):
- Alduin - The primary antagonist of "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim", Alduin was a powerful dragon (known commonly as 'The World Eater') who ruled over Skyrim in ancient times. Eventually, his Nordic opressors banished him forward in time, but this allowed him to wreak havok upon Skyrim (and all of Tamriel) in the Fourth Era. With Alduin's sudden appearance, and the return of his draconic thralls, the legendary Dragonborn appeared, destined to defeat him.
- Lord Harkon - The primary antagonist of the "Dawnguard" expansion, Lord Harkon is a powerful vampire, and leader of the Volkihar Vampire Clan, obtaining his impure and immortal status through a pact with the Daedaric lord Malog Bal. With the coming of the Dragonborn, the hero is given the chance to either side with Harkon and his ruthless clan; or to join the Dawnguard, a special organization specialized in combating Harkon and his minions.
- Miraak - The primary antagonist of the "Dragonborn" expansion, Miraak was supposidly the first Dragonborn. Instead of using his special gift to save the land of Skyrim, however, he chose a different path. Miraak ruled over the inhabitants of Solstheim, as a powerful Dragon Priest, gaining much of his power from the Daedric Prince Hermaeus Mora. By the Fourth Era, in the wake of Miraak's return, the new Dragonborn travels to Solstheim to confront this rival foe.
Some say that Sithis shouldn't be worshiped as a God, as the Monomyth claims that Sithis is the Void of Nothing, and is therefore non-existing. Additionally, the Monomyth also indicates Sithis has some connection with Chaos. However, chaos is only a word for an abstract concept and nothing tangible; it seems no one has told this to the Brotherhood.