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Orsinium Released — November 18, 2015
Orsinium Announced — October 5, 2015
Classic Bethesda Games Now Available via GOG.com — August 26, 2015
Imperial City on PTS — July 29, 2015
Imperial City Announced — July 15, 2015
New ESO Creative Director — June 29, 2015
Bethesda's E3 Showcase — June 15, 2015
ESO Console Preload — June 5, 2015
The Elder Scrolls Online
is now available to download on PS4
and Xbox One
for anyone who has preordered the digital version of the game from the console's marketplace (PSN and Xbox Live respectively). There are two downloads at 16GB and 40GB, so start the download early to make sure you have it done by June 9! Those who have purchased an account copy
will need to wait until June 8 to receive the game code.
ESO Crown Store Riding Lessons — June 4, 2015
Riding lessons have been added to ESO's Crown Store today with relatively little fanfare. Stacks of ten can be bought for 1,000 —the equivalent of ten days' worth of upgrades and 2,500 gold.
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Free on Steam Until the 26th — April 24, 2015
On the coattails of the recent announcement of purchasable mods becoming available on the Steam Workshop for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Bethesda has announced a free weekend for the game. Skyrim can be played for free by anyone who does not already own the game until Monday at 1PM EST. Additionally, Skyrim and its expansions are also on a deep discount, making this a good time to try out the game, if you haven't already.
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Mod Workshop Now Allows Purchasable Mods — April 23, 2015
Following an update to allow the mod workshop for the PC version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to allow mods of any size to be uploaded, Valve and Bethesda have announced that modders will now be able to sell their mods in the workshop. Similar to Bethesda leading the way for previous updates to the Steam client, such as the Workshop itself and Steam trading cards, this service will also be the first test of a non-curated mod service on Steam, with the creator of the mod setting the price for the mod, and not needing approval from Bethesda or Valve to sell it.
Purchasable mods will come with a 24-hour grace period, during which the mod can be returned for a refund in case it is not performing as advertised. Additionally, free mods will still be available from the Workshop, and modders will not be required to sell their mods if they are not interested in the service. The modders who do take up this opportunity will receive 25% of the profits, as described in the FAQ for the Steam Workshop. The first 17 mods to take advantage of this can be found in this bundle on the Workshop.
Update: Due to severe community backlash, paid Skyrim mods have been removed from Steam and full refunds have been offered.
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Necromancy, also called the Necromantic Arts, Dark Arts, or Dark Practice, is the manipulation of the souls or corpses of the dead. Dragons know it as alok-dilon. Different groups and cultures have varying positions on what exactly constitutes necromancy. In its broadest sense, necromancy can be understood as any form of soul manipulation. Some might consider it a subset of the conjuration school of magic, as both involve the summoning of spirits and utilizing the powers of Oblivion. However, necromancy is more generally understood to connote the manipulation of the souls of mortals and the reanimation of their corpses. Typically, this soul manipulation is accomplished by binding a soul to a physical form which has been prepared by the necromancer. (more...)
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