Or rather my bloodelf hunter, Keigan Cielnarri, and his twin, rogue brother as well as partner in crime, Houl. They're mercenaries, and work for anyone who pays the right price. Feel like propositioning them, or just getting to know the comedic twosome, you can find them Hordeside, Earthen Ring (US Server).
They go by two codenames, TweedleDee and Tweedle Dum, and Solid and Liquid Snake. XD
Edit: I messed up Kei's eye tatoos in the last panel. Which is sad. 'cause he's my character. XD
Bloodelves(c) Blizz Kei (c) me. Houl (c) My friend Kanta
Modarius surprises Neloth with a very special gift :3
*** This is Neloth and my Skyrim character Modarius Kern. Modarius is a heavy armored brute, with a mace and a shield. He is a servant of Molag Bol, and carries the mace with him around fervantly. He is considerably attracted to power, so when he met Neloth, a dark elf wizard of Solstheim, it wasn't surprising that there was a little spark.
Day 8 of Art challenge, a day late. Day 9 is probably going to be submitted tomorrow, oh well.
Crap title is crap.
This is how I play Skyrim. I run into creepy dungeons, praying that there aren't too many high-leveled baddies, and try to cut my way through them by swinging my sword and hoping to hit someone. Leroy Jenkins would be proud.
Anyway, most of the time it doesn't really work too well.
Ah, and Cicero is always there, faithfully taking people out with his warhammer. Bless him.
And yeah, in the third panel, the random guy there looks like an amputee. He's not, I assure you.
I've always wondered what would happen if the Dovahkiin dies... I mean in Skyrim you can do quests for each of the deadric lords and become their champion. But which of them claims his/her soul when he/she dies? So I had the idea of a conference, a ferocious debate between the deadric princes. At first I had to think what exactly each single one of them intends to do with a mortal soul, and why that specific deadra wants him/her. This was more or less easy. I mean...Molag Bal for example, is called the "harvester of souls". He collects mortal souls as trophies, he enslaves the ones who opposed him in life...and his followers could probably be used as slave drivers. But for example Peryite's motives are quite unknown...I mean why would the lord of pestilence and natural order would want to own a mortal? Does he want them to suffer? or something else? This was quite hard because we know very little about Peryite... I tried to emphasize the character of each of them...I hope you like it^^
I drew my argonian Dovahkiin Vulonaara as the object of desire. The best thing would be if you start reading at Mehrunes Dagon, then Mephala, Peryite,...to Malacath at last. Mehrunes Dagon is in cold fury as usual and vents his anger on the table. Mephala is quite irritated as well as Azura. Peryite is profoundly convinced that he is the rightful owner. Namira reaches out her hand longingly for the little Dovahkiin. Nocturnal feels a little unwell because she's short of room and doesn't like being among crowds so she suggests a quick solution...for her benefit of course. Hircine is quite sure that being a werewolf makes her his own...but Molag Bal contradicts and sees himself as the rightful owner, because Vulonaara is also a vampire. So he makes use of threats to intimidate his rivals. Vaermina makes a tempting offer...which Boethia doesn't like at all. She tells her to shut her mouths...(yes my version of Vearmina has three mouths^^ on in her face, one on her throat, and one on her belly.) Meridia is a bit disappointed because of Vulonaaras propensity to evil (Meridia hates necromancers) but she believes in the good in man or more precisely the good in lizard. Sheogorath is having a good time, Clavicus Vile feels a bit embarrassed because of the bad behavior of Barbas (his dog). Sanguine is drunk again and Hermaeus Mora is far too heavy and to big for his seat...and Malacath is quite pissed off. I hope I haven't made too many mistakes^-^
Brushes: Wings, and scales by dark-dragon-stock: [link]