I love Sea Elves, sort of wish they where in the game sometimes but they’re reasonably easy to recreate with a pale Dark Elf and Oracle Eyes – or even a vampire with oracle eyes.
-Dominion Topaz Circlet
-Floral Droplet Earrings
-Sidelong Sweep Hairstyle
-Black Eyeliner and Lips
-Buoyant Gentility Ensemble
(Soul Shriven Pale, ColdHarbour Ash Black)
So today I opened my Dwarven Crown Crates (I tried to record it, as I’ve been thinking of starting a Youtube channel with ESO content, I had so much trouble and I’m impatient AF so I gave up! What recording software should I be using?!?) Anyway, my heart skipped a beat when I discovered this gorgeous braid. I’m happy with the Dwarven Crown Crate, might be my favourite Crown Crate yet.
-White River Braids
-Dark Red Lip Dye
-Dwarf Style Brow Shields
-Gold Stippled Tattoo Swirls
-Cyrod Patrician Formal Gown
(Dyed Soul Shriven Pale)
This beautiful location is in the Hall of Heroes, Bangkorai. Which seems to only be accessible by completing the quest line. Finishing the achievement gave me access to purchase the Twin Arches home which is my first eso home. I am loving the Homestead update! I also bought the Bal Foyen home ‘Humblemud’ which is a cute little Argonian Mud House.
-Deep Black Sunken Eyes
-The Tousled Bard (CS)
-Cyrod’s Gentry Town Gown(CS)
(Dyed Liar’s Linen)
I met this beautiful sorceress in Reapers March while doing business in the town’s bank. She caught my eye straight away and was very helpful while taking screenshots. Zeon’s beautiful pale skin is a perfect example of how the vampire skin tone changes body markings. The Dominion Tattoos are usually a very dark, solid colour but on Vamp skin show up as a very pretty, pastel grey. The purple eyes & effects are a skill in the Sorcerer’s skill line.
-Blue Chin Studs
-Dominion Warrior Tattoos
-Graht Climbers Active Wear (Crown Store)
I made a Blind Moth Priest a while ago and now is time for a Priestess. I’ve modelled her after the priestess from the Imperial City dungeon, you know, the girl who loves cats. This outfit can be found in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates and I’ve dyed it Soul Shriven Pale, one of my newest, and favourite dyes. The Moth Priests in newer games wear clothing that seems much cleaner, and do not wear blindfolds, but instead have the oracle eyes. Praise Akatosh for the Oracle Eyes!
This emote is using the /letter command. Some one has to read those Elder Scrolls!
-Pulled Back Curl Cluster
-Moth Priest Costume
(Dyed Soul Shriven Pale)
“Auri-El led the original Aldmer against the armies of Lorkhan in mythic times, vanquishing that tyrant and establishing the first kingdoms of the Altmer…”
-Varieties of Faith
I’ve been quite productive (in the gaming world at least), earning 19 dyes this week. I was gifted this gorgeous outfit, the complete set of purple Julianos. I was so pleased as I’ve never owned a complete set of 160 gear before, I never had enough money as I have been too busy buying horses and other silly things.
I was inspired by the High Elves in the garden by the temple of Auri-El, one of my favourite places in the game. Auri-El was a King of the Aldmer and is the Elven equivalent of Akatosh. He is worshipped by High Elves, Ayleids, Aldmer, Bosmer and Snow Elves.
-Argonian Light Belt-Beaded Circlet
-Dark Red Lip Marking
-Yokudan Light Epaulets
-Ancient Elf Light Hood, Helmet, Glove & Robe (All dyed a mix of Starlight Gold, Birch White, Craftmaster Gold, Master Gold)
“Only the Cult of the Ancestor Moth has discovered the discipline to properly guard one’s mind when reading the scrolls… Upon his final reading, he is forever blinded”
-Effects of the Elder Scrolls
I was very excited this morning to wake up to the new Crown Crates! One of the first items that caught my attention was the Ancestor Moth Swarm, a non-combat ‘pet’ of Moths that follow you around, sweet! This is great news, as it opens up the possibilities for Non Combat Pets to flying creatures. I know previous ES games had Luna Moths, Blue & Orange Butterflies, Dragonflies and Bees. I’ve seen articles of a Torchbug pet which has already been datamined. I am looking forward to a day where we can have bats and birds as pets!
Back to my outfit, I tried to create a Moth Priest when I first created this site in January, but ended up putting the idea aside as it just wasn’t coming together. This Blind Moth Priest outfit is based from the outfit from Oblivion shown above, where they look a lot more like Monks than the new Moth Priest outfit found in the Wild Hunt Crown Crates.
-Balding, But Distinguished Hairstyle
-Ancestor Moth Swarm (Crown Store)
-Soul Shriven Ragged Clothing (Crown Store)
(Dyed Master Gold, Default)