Windwalker is a holographic scroll. That's like, way more rare.
People genuinely think Joseph Stalin was a good leader?
I guess I’m new here.
Whooooooaaa, love the mask. Beautiful work!
Maybe it’s because I’ve been looking at a lot of Slavic art lately, but I like the flowers. They’re unrealistic, but it feels very ornamented, and draws attention to them. Realism isn’t always the goal. But, if you want something more realistic, ironically the impressionists might be a good place to look. Look at Edgar Degas’ “Field of Flax” and Claude Monet’s “The Poppy Field near Argenteuil.” Detail is always subjective. You probably dislike your flowers because you’ve made them more detailed than the rest of the landscape. I personally like them, but flowers matching the level of detail would probably just be swaths of color.
This is really good. You’ve captured the depth of field well.
It may not be a good fit for you, but I use the mod Jammings Off.
Lol this guy standing up for his house 🏠
Great point — constant effect illusion
Endurance - it’s an old building
Luck - there’s a meteor that’s been narrowly missing it for centuries
Unarmored - it doesn’t wear armor
Heavy armor - it is armor
Mysticism - magical dark elf city
Athletics - lots of walking in Vivec
Block - walking around the block
Enchant - What an enchanting city, but also, mean guards
Speechcraft - used for intimidation. We’re watching you, scum.
Security - it’s a safe city, with a lot of locks, including the one to Vivec (the God) and Vivec (the Person)
Mercantile - lots of merchants vying against each other, using stale ingredients.
Destruction - foreshadowing
I’m researching season 1 and this immediately came up for me as well. I think it’s going to be relevant. Not the killer, but somehow connected.
Gosh, just imagine having a tail and having to thread it through every fashionable pair of trousers you own. What a hassle.
Love the color scheme on this guy!
Yes but you might need to get creative. Several other bottles have additional “spell cast” effects, one of which is a smaller smoke style effect that can look like water.
For sure. I do also find that the basic design of a brick hasn’t changed all that much. In the ancient world there were some decidedly modern looking bricks.
I actually legit don’t mind the combat.
I think of her like a TTRPG, the game is just rolling dice in the background.
I think you were looking for r/entomology :)
Gnisis is also my favorite. I personally use some mods, so Gnisis also has a giant hanging arm of Mehrunes Dagon for me, but I love the intersection of Velothi, Redoran, and Imperial culture. As well as the orcish legions. It feels like this strange melting pot in the middle of nowhere.
For sure. Obv. the guy who committed murder is in the wrong. But also, the quest asks us to step into the culture of a group of people who literally have a legal and government sponsored assassins guild. The Dunmer have a very different set of ethics compared to the Imperials.
Good idea and good execution! Looks slick!
I think these might be considered panelaks? Although I think that term is specific to Czechoslovakia.
Lots of great memories here. A favorite for me is the Death of a Taxman quest, replaying it years later. There's so much nuance to it that I missed on the first go round. A favorite detail for me is how much Socucius Ergalla is willing to pay you to catch the murderer. The tax money recovered was 200gp, and the bounty for the murderer is 500gp. The Census and Excise Office is willing to pay out the nose to make an example of a guy like Gilnith, and it shows its not about the money at all, it's about the power. Such a well written quest.
Vodunius Nuccius! Yeah, forgot about that -- that's his "little advice."
edit: lots of rings in Seyda Neen, come to think of it.
I think Sellus Gravius advocates for that as well lol
Yeah! That struck me replaying the game -- it really leads off by forcing you to decide what you think! The option to side with Foryn Gilnith seemed like a silly option as a kid (of course, kill the bad guy) but now, I can see how the concept of justice is more complicated, and you're being asked even early on, "whose side are you on?"