We’ve gathered more awesome ESO fan creations for you to enjoy.
Every week, we round up the latest ESO fan art, fiction, podcasts, and more. We have a great collection for you today, so dive in, check out the links, and let us know what you think. Maybe you’ll be inspired to create something yourself! If you do (or if you have a link you’d like to see featured), send us an email at email@example.com.
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!
Bitter Coast – By Eldanaro
ESO Jack-o-Lantern – By Bruzr on Tamriel Foundry
Untitled – By Mattias
Journey to Tamriel through the eyes of other ESO fans.
For a Breton, Randale Scoche was not as tall as most of the other men who surrounded High Rock, nor as wide as the typical blacksmith either, though just as strong. But then again Randale Scoche, or Rasco for short, was not your typical Breton. Rasco liked his forge and his bow, and liked to keep to himself. He rarely partook in the High Rock social life, unlike most Bretons, even when he wasn’t busy honing a blade or fletching an arrow. He was rather tan of skin and had eyes the colors of the forest, varying within the iris; accompanied with wavy hair the color of a moonless night that extended slightly passed his lobes, Rasco had a wilder feel about him than his peers. No, Rasco was not a typical Breton. For the few who really knew him - or ever caught a glimpse of his only whole ear that was thinner, smaller, and pointier than it should be for a Breton - this made sense; Rasco’s father was a Bosmer.
Collection of Nordic Poems, Vol. 1 – By Idriar on TESOF
Collection of various poems and songs of Skyrim recorded during the first era and second era, recovered in the second. Written and transcripted by Traian Copper-Skin. Property of the Bards College of Solitude. Copy note without permission!
Exemplum 1 i
Probably recited late in the evening after several songs had already been sung
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Dry meen Trogt und weard my Hand
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Holdt mee 'rigt, Ick can note stand
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Hear meen Thuhm is all ye do
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Ask for more, Ick dare ye do
A breeze passed over the courtyard, carrying the leaves off of the cobblestone ground, and swirling dust in every direction. In the center of the courtyard, an old mage stood peering at a list, squinting his eyes to shield himself from the dust stirred by the wind. He averted his eyes from the list to peer at a line of rather excited Breton children in front of him. Some children were forced to ease their impatience by jumping up and down, although some sat quietly and patiently. Just when the Mage looked like he was ready to begin, he returned his gaze to the list.
The chair groaned in reply as he sat down to converse with his friend over a hot meal. Lord Imkrusar Ordale was known by many in the ranks of both peasantry and nobility alike as a man with taste of fine wines, garms of the latest fashion, and women; the Dancing Redguard Lasses of Sentinel caught his fancy in specific. Oh how scandals ran loose these days, he mused silently. Heh.
Listen to these great musical offerings inspired by The Elder Scrolls Online:
The Elder Scrolls Online: Jorunn – By Armin Gutjarh
Written Tales (Und so steht es geschrieben) – By Lost_Hawk
News and Articles
Get the latest news, info, and editorials from ESO fansite writers:
Elder Scrolls Online Info
- ESO and the Resurgence of the Social Economy
- Tamriel Foundry Crier – Werewolves, Scrying, and Shopping
The Elder Scrolls Off the Record
Podcasts and Videocasts
Hear fansite personalities discuss all things ESO:
Ziggs RPG (TGN)
Contests & Upcoming Events
Don’t miss any of these current and upcoming contests and events that ESO fan communities are hosting!
The TESO-RP team holds a bi-weekly lore chat called “Lore Surgery with Mycroft & Friends”, Saturdays at 2:00 PM EDT/8:00 PM CET. The next one will be on November 16th.
Also, you can also still take part in the TESO-RP one-year anniversary competition. It ends on November 21st. Don’t miss out on a chance to win some great prizes!
Question of the Week Answers
We’ve gathered up some of your answers to last week’s Developer Question of the Week. Watch the video to see the full question, and look for a new Developer Question of the Week this Thursday.
- "Honey-nut crusted salmon steak on a bed of fresh green lettuce, snow berries, Eidar cheese crumbles, onions, and tomatoes drizzled with creamy Juniper berry and lavender vinaigrette dressing." – Liz Wikberg
- "Why, my notorious mudcrab cassoulet. It elevates the common mudcrab to the heights of gastronomy. I confit it in the richest troll fat and season it with a daring spice blend featuring fire salts, and pair it with roasted green thistle blossoms, which are, essentially, just like artichokes." – Laura Deerfield
- "Mammoth prime rib, over an open flame, seasoned nicely with fresh-ground pepper and a hint of rosemary/mint." – Eric St Pierre
- "Smoked venison sausage with juniper berries and garlic. Sort of like pemmican with a nice health regen bonus. Great travel food that keeps well in your pack." – Ken Tweddle
- "The magnificent dinner that I prepare would start with a dish of devilled hackwing eggs served with Argonian bloodwine. This shows my heritage and land of hatching. The main course would consist of an alit and horse stew served with saltrice, accompanied by sujamma. These are the foods I learnt to prepare during my long adventuring days among the Dunmer. For dessert, I would serve a plate of various Nordic cheeses accompanied by some potent black-briar mead. This honors Jorunn the Skald- king, our glorious leader and soon-to-be ruler of Cyrodiil." – Hunts-From-Hatching
- "Multi-flavored sweetrolls, of course: strawberry, lemon, lime. Nightshade and dragon's tongue sweetrolls for all my enemies, and a cheese one for Sheogorath during teatime...he gets terribly offended if you don't offer him one, you know." – LaJaveyon Saunders
- "Anything to do with mudcrabs. Cream of mudcrab, mudcrab pie, mudcrab cakes, even mudcrab salad. As long as I cook up every damn last one of them, I will be happy. The amount of times I couldn't fast travel because these little bastards were nipping at my feet…" – Kurt Pachernegg
We hope you enjoyed all the fan creations and news in this week’s issue of The Tamriel Chronicle. We’ll be back next week with more!