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Elder Scrolls Online Release Date Revealed — December 11, 2013
After a long period of speculation, the official release date for The Elder Scrolls Online has been revealed in an announcement on the official website for the massively multiplayer spin-off of the Elder Scrolls series. The game will be made available on the 4th of April, 2014, for the Mac and PC version of the game. The date may have been chosen to hark back to the peculiar repeating number of the release date for the previous installment of the franchise, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which was released on the 11th of November, 2011 (11.11.11).
Additionally, the date for the console versions of the game was also revealed, with the current date seeing ESO come to consoles sometime in the following June. The later date of the console versions was picked to help handle initial server load by splitting up the release dates by a couple of months. As an added bonus to coincide with this reveal, a new trailer for the game has been released.
Elder Scrolls Shrines — December 07, 2013
The first in a series of official Elder Scrolls themed shrines produced by GamingHeads.com has been opened for pre-orders. The statue is 1/6 the size of the shrines seen in TESV: Skyrim (which at 14 inches places the statues in Skyrim at 7 feet tall).
The statues are uniquely numbered, come with a certificate of authenticity, and are hand-painted. There are regular and exclusive editions to be had. There are plans for further shrine statues next year.
The Elder Scrolls Online Interactive Map — Nov 21, 2013
An interactive map for The Elder Scrolls Online has been published on the official site. It contains excerpts from books and notes, quotes from NPCs, screenshots and concept art, and many more nuggets of information. You can visit it here. The map will receive updates as the game gets closer to release, so be sure to check regularly.
The Elder Scrolls Online Beta — Nov 19, 2013
The biggest release of beta keys for The Elder Scrolls Online are being sent out today. Check your email now, and don't forget to check the spam folder (just in case), or promotions folder (for Gmail accounts). The link to sign-up for future beta tests is still working, so put your name down quickly.
If you have received an invite, check the FAQ for some more information.
Bleak Falls Barrow in Minecraft
Bleak Falls Barrow in Skyrim
Elder Scrolls Comes to Minecraft: Xbox Edition — November 1, 2013
Developers at 4J Studios, the team behind the Xbox version of Minecraft, have announced a new DLC mash-up of their game and Skyrim! Minecraft players interested in this DLC will be able to get a new texture pack that is designed to have a similar look to Skyrim, and forty character skins that include characters such as Ancano, Elenwen, Vex, Aela the Huntress, and the beloved M’aiq the Liar. Also included in the pack will be a redesigned UI, selections from the Skyrim soundtrack, and a predesigned world that will encompass familiar locations such as Whiterun, Riverwood, and Bleak Falls Barrow.
The DLC will be available for $3.99/£2.69/€3.79, on November 20. A free trial will be available which will give you access to many of these features, minus the ability to change your character skin and save. You can read more about it on the Beth Blog article
and the update article
ESO Character Creation Revealed — October 17, 2013
Zenimax have released a video
showing some of the options available when designing your new character for The Elder Scrolls Online
. There are more options available to tweak than in any previous game
. A short summation of the known options can be found here
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Scourge (also known as Mackkan's Hammer, Bane of Daedra, the Daedric Scourge, or Scourge, Blessed of Malacath) is a legendary Daedric artifact. It was forged from sacred ebony in the Fires (or Fountains) of Fickledire, and is associated with Malacath. It is a fierce weapon, and takes the form of a steel or ebony mace. Malacath dedicated it to mortals, and any Daedra who attempts to invoke its power will be banished to the Void. It also has the ability to banish them to the Void with a single blow, and can conjure Daedra such as Dremora and Scamps from Oblivion to do the wielder's bidding. It has been described as a "bold defender of the friendless", which could be related to Malacath's role as the Daedric Prince of outcasts.
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Did you know...
- ... that Argonians prefer to call themselves Saxhleel, meaning "People of the Root" in Jel, their native tongue?
- ... that the Numidium was a giant Dwemer construct powered by the Heart of Lorkhan, and used by Tiber Septim to conquer all of Tamriel?
- ... that the Mages Guild was dissolved after the Oblivion Crisis?
- ... that the continent Atmora, the original homeland of the proto-Nords, is said to be inhospitable as of the late Third Era?
- ... that the continent of Yokuda, the original home of the Redguards, sunk around 1E 792?
- ... that Sheogorath, the Daedric Prince of Madness, was actually Jyggalag, the Daedric Prince of Order, until the other Daedric Princes cursed him to live as the former?
- ... that the Forsworn captured the Reach in 4E 174 and held it until it was freed by Ulfric Stormcloak in 4E 176?
- ... that the Bosmer made a Green Pact with Y'ffre, in return for his patronage and protection, that prohibits their use of any plant matter from Valenwood?
- ... that the Corprusarium is a place where people with the Corprus disease are experimented upon?
- ... that the Empire had a Tsaesci ruler for over four hundred years during the Second Era?