The Tamriel Chronicle, Issue #20
Join us as we check out the newest community creations, articles, podcasts, and more.
Twenty issues in, and The Elder Scrolls Online fan creations just keep coming. Every week, we love digging in to discover new fan creations, from imaginative fiction to the latest fansite articles. Come along as we take a look at this week’s newest links. If you have a link you’d like to see featured, send it to us at email@example.com; we’re always looking for new material.
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!
A Bosmer – By Emanuel “Kyisha” Marsjo on TESO-RP
The Elder Scrolls: Flag of the Daggerfall Covenant (Wallpaper) – By Okiir on DeviantArt
Breton Male & Female – By Shanku on Tamriel Foundry
Journey to Tamriel through the eyes of other ESO fans.
Daydreams on the Plains of Battle – By Caleb Davis
“It has been almost two centuries since I slipped in that wretched potion…” thought Elendil to himself. He sat against a tree, on a nice grassy plain looking towards the walls over a quarter mile away that guarded the boarders to the country of Cyrodiil. The walls were being attacked by his Majesties Army of the Aldmeri Dominion. The Catapults and Battering Rams slammed and speared there ways inch by inch into the Imperial walls.
The Running Tree: Chapter Eleven – By Donovan Fouts on Elder Scrolls Off the Record
“What is it, child?” the old mer asked. He directed the question at the young apprentice standing in front of his desk, though he had not raised his eyes to look at him. He couldn’t recall this one’s name—Kalamon or Kalatar, he thought—but whatever his name, the sudden interruption would be punished. The wizard grinned at that.
Scum – By Triskele on TESOF
Guards were placed at the outskirts, though they were of the more ceremonial nature, this close to Sentinel and civilization. The troops were around their fires, roasting hares, cooking broth, playing dice, making jokes, honing their blades, and telling stories of home. The stars above their heads were unveiled, jewels far away in the enormous ink setting of night. All was well. But not in the patriarch’s tent.
Theodyne Robillard of Hammerfell and The Daggerfall Covenant: Part 3 – By Theodyne Robillard on TESOF
It had been quite some time now since Theodyne had joined the ranks of The Council of Arcanea. He had become a trusted protector of the mages that made up the ranks of the council and more so had made quite a many friends. To him, he had found the family that he lost years ago. Theodyne looked to the archmage, Alator Virane, as a sort of father figure and followed him without question. But there was one dark night that would drastically change the course of his destiny and impact young Theodyne’s life in such a profound way, that he would never be the same man again. On this night, young Theodyne would be reborn…..