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The Elder Scrolls V: Character Creation guide

As is par for the course, the player gets to pick from a wide variety of races. However, this is more important than ever before as there are no classes, birth signs or even stats. You’re going to want to pick your race very carefully. Each of them provides you…

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The Elder Scrolls V: Argonian guide

As one look at their abilities will tell you, any Argonian is naturally designed to be a thief type character. Lockpicking and Sneak will get you into enemy strongholds, Pickpocket can be used to filch things for fun and/or profit and Light Armor will help you when a fight breaks…

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The Elder Scrolls V: Breton guide

Bretons hail from the province of High Rock and they are mages extraordinaire. With the mixture of their Aldmer and human blood they are capable of powerful magical feats without being quite as frail as their elven ancestors. With a sword in one hand and electricity blazing from the other…

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The Elder Scrolls V: Dark Elves guide

Ah, the much maligned Dark Elves. Without a doubt the Dunmer are this author’s personal favorite. All of their skills mesh nicely with my preferred play style – They mix magic with stealth and, once you train your weapon skills, they can easily fit into just about any role you…

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Creating ESO: The Kwama

Get a closer look at the burrowing kwama and find out more about how we bring the creatures of The Elder Scrolls Online to life. The kwama, which you’ll recognize if you played Morrowind, are insectoid creatures you’ll encounter in three forms in ESO: the scrib, the worker, and the…

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Elder Scrolls Oblivion Game Guide and Walkthrough

Behold, our unofficial strategy guide to overwhelmingly gigantic The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion. Here you will find everything you need to know about the game and was afraid to ask anywhere else. First, some technical stuff. As you may know from other texts about Oblivion, the game’s world reacts to the…

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Elder Scrolls Initial Thoughts

My initial thoughts on the recent Elder Scrolls Online announcement as a veteran Elder Scrolls fan is a mixture of both excitement and worry. I’m excited to see yet another chapter in the Elder Scrolls series unfold with hopefully more adventures and lore to be discovered. I’ve enjoyed all seven…

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The new ESO trailer

I’ll admit I was one of the skeptics at first when Zenimax Online announced that The Elder Scrolls Online was being developed. Bethesda spent nearly two decades making the most incredible and detailed single player RPG experience that I’ve ever played, and then I heard that it was being made…

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Elder Scrolls The Task at Hand

As someone who has been one of the main supporters of the concept of us having a blog, I find it odd that I’ve never taken the time to ever write a blog entry for the blog that I’ve so thoroughly supported. Ever. I’ve encouraged others to do so, but…

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What is The Elder Scrolls Online?

The Elder Scrolls Online is a MMORPG (Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Game) currently being developed for the PC by ZeniMax Online Studios. It is the eighth title in The Elder Scrolls series, the first non-numbered title since The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard (1998), and the first MMO in the series….