- Dec 13, 2013
Good job taking control of the whole province.
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Filthy Nords? Dont you mean the Glorious and pure blue-eyedI think it was a good update, though my tastes are a bit strange Part of me feels a stab in the heart at all those filthy Nords down in Cyrodiil, but I'll get over it Just consider yourself lucky that Skyrim actually warmed me up to them after being an Imperial fanboy the whole series With such a large state having a chance to perhaps reform the Empire I really can't complain either way.
Also those are some interesting borders the AI created in Cyrodiil before you got involved 0_o Kvatch doesn't actually have the province of Kvatch, yet took out Anvil 0_o
Colovian Estates were the only ones i can think of who possibly had an elective succession, their borders shifted quite much during the early game, and they also had a lot of civil wars.Though also since we're on the subject and perhaps this can satisfy my curiosity, when uniting Skyrim did the others happen to be elective succession very often? I swore it was confined to the Colovian Estates, the Heartlands, and maybe Nibenay (and even that I'm not sure of) at the start day, but it seems to proliferate quite a bit...