- Feb 21, 2012
I love to see how AARs interpret traits into actual personalities, great read.
The realm rejoices as Paradox Interactive announces the launch of Crusader Kings III, the latest entry in the publisher’s grand strategy role-playing game franchise. Advisors may now jockey for positions of influence and adversaries should save their schemes for another day, because on this day Crusader Kings III can be purchased on Steam, the Paradox Store, and other major online retailers.
I love how you did it like that. Genius. I'm really interested to see who the Nerevarine is because unless I'm mistaken, Nethyn is only lighting the path for him to follow and grow from?Thanks. Originally this post was going to be a generic overview post, then I came up with the idea of a dream, which fit with the story any way.
Correct. Nethyn couldn't fit into the first major part of the prophecy, which is that the Nerevarine would be born "on a certain day, to uncertain parents," and we know Nethyn's birth date and parents (in the Morrowind game, your character is an orphan born somewhere in the Empire).I love how you did it like that. Genius. I'm really interested to see who the Nerevarine is because unless I'm mistaken, Nethyn is only lighting the path for him to follow and grow from?
Maybe...Interesting read, that's for sure. Now, you said you would at least hint who is the reincarnation of Nerevar. Could it be Athyn, since I have never read anything aboht his parents, and the prophecy is 'On certain day to uncertain parents' and given his ability to convert Dunmeri of Narsis?
Holy cow! Thank you so much! I really am flattered Now I'll have to pick someone for next Sunday.
Glad to hear it. Mark Twain once said that a good writer makes you love the heroes and hate the villains, and a bad writer makes you wish everyone had drowned by the third chapter. Considering Saren is probably going to get more character development in the future, I'm glad people are enjoying him.Your wife is a clever woman, Henry. Don't keep us waiting.
Otherwise, great update. I like Saren's character more and more.
Glad you liked what you read And yes, Elder Scrolls is a good time. I love the series, and I think the mod is really well done (especially the last update, which really improved the faces). I wish it got more attention in the CK2 AAR forums - not that the Game of Thrones mod is terrible (I play the heck out of that) or the GOT AARs are bad, but it seems like most AARs are either Vanilla CK2 or the GOT mod. The Elder Scrolls world presents a world rich in politics, religion, and enough cultural differences to appeal to everyone's tastes.You winning the WritAAR of the Week led me here. Very impressive! The Elder Scrolls series is such a good time