TESO on Elf cannibalism and the lineage of cat people

The Elder Scrolls Online on Elf cannibalism and the popularity of cat people

The Elder Scrolls Online spotlight has shifted away from the Ebonheart Pact faction and is now shining most brightly on the Aldmeri Dominion. The first part of a new community Q&A peppers the devs with questions about this player faction and how it differentiates itself from the others.

The playable races of the Dominion are the central focus of several questions. Players have the choice of the Wood Elf, High Elf, and Khajiit races. The latter feline humanoids may prove to be quite popular, although the devs say that there will be only one subset of the race — the Suthay-raht — available at launch. The team isn’t avoiding the issue of the Wood Elves’ cannibalism, saying that players should find mentions of it while exploring.

Both Elf races will be getting plenty of story love: “We’ve made sure that this kind of lore about the Elves will be included in the game — in plenty — in all the classic ways cultural lore is delivered in the Elder Scrolls games: quest dialogue, conversations with NPCs, lore books of all kinds, music, item crafting, and so forth.”

The lands covered by the Dominion are touched on in the Q&A as well, including the vast jungles of Valenwood and the stunning beauty of High Elf cities.

TESO should be an amazing and innovative game to come in the MMO jungle. I’m not sure the ‘name’ Elder Scrolls is enough to keep another fantasy game even with low-breathing in the satured market. Leveling, skilling, socketing, refining, crafting, dungeoning, farming and grinding belong the old formula….┬ácovered with epic music.

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