The Elder Scrolls Online

The Tamriel Chronicle, Issue #11

Enjoy this week’s new ESO fansite articles, podcasts, fan art, and more in our collection of links.

We’ve scoured the web and your submissions to bring you these ESO-inspired fan creations. Get caught up on the latest discussions and articles and check out some great art in this week’s collection of links. Do you have a link you’d like to see featured in The Tamriel Chronicle? Send it to us at and we’ll take a look. 

Fan Art

We’re always inspired by the talent of ESO fan artists. Take a look at some recent works, and don’t forget to visit our official ESO Tumblr page for more!

White Gold TowerBy jonashassibi

UntitledBy Andreas Amarantidis (Check out Andreas’s making of article for this piece!)

Fan Fiction

Journey to Tamriel through the eyes of other ESO fans.

CoffinsBy Triskele

“It had been three days, and Cerdim had lost his patience along with his good mood.

The jaw of the Dunmer was set as tight as solid rock as he rummaged through his pack in front of the dark, ominous doors in front of him. She had never bailed, never left him waiting, never left a barrow for him alone. Gods, if nothing else, Triskele was too much of a stubborn and proud mule to ever leave a tomb for him to clear on his own. As he found the box of lockpicks he had been looking for, he sniffed. No, either something bad had happened, or she was after something better, on her own. Since he had never seen Tris being set back by anything bad – ranging from wolves to being surrounded by fifteen bandits – he assumed it was the latter. And that thought was enough to make Cerdim's current mood as poor as sour milk. As he grabbed a lockpick and studied the large, ancient lock in front of him, his one eye narrowed.
Sniffed a trail more promising, did you, lass? Your loss, I've got a ripe piece of fruit here, and you are not getting any. Nordic cow.”

The Running Tree: Chapter NineBy Donovan Fouts

“Five days had passed since Niskan’s dream that was not a dream. It was a vision of captive men, their soulless eyes staring at him in unison as he rose higher and higher in the air. He could tell he was looking out over his home, but it was hardly recognizable to him. Most of the city lay in large piles of rubble and ash. The remaining buildings were little more than half-scorched ruins. He imagined a great war. It was a war where the dark princes of Oblivion and the dragons of old met in Vivec to settle their ancient quarrels.”

Fan Music

Listen to these excellent fan compositions:

The Hegathian Thief: A Redguard Folk SongBy DrWantonPanda

High Rock Anthem (Daggerfall Covenant Theme)By NB (BausicProductions)

News and Articles

Get the latest news, info, and editorials from ESO fan site writers:

Elder Scrolls Off the Record



Tamriel Foundry


TESO Elite

Podcasts and Videocasts

Hear fansite personalities discuss all things ESO:


Elder Scrolls Off the Record





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