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)
Hi Everyone! I have something different here today, I’ve decided to start creating face sliders along with my outfits. This is Hilde, she’s somewhat of a Barbarian Barbie.
She’s probably my favourite character though I never play her as I prefer Sorcerers. I’d also like to add, in all photos in this post she isn’t wearing any makeup, face markings etc. This is how she will look in game. Open post to see slider.
Adding another outfit to my ‘Undyed’ Costumes, this time my favourite Nord Lady with Half Red Smear face marking, something I’ve been wanting to use for a while now.
-Left Parted Bob
-West Skyrim Scout Outfit
-Tooled Turquoise Circlet
-Left Side Half Red Smear
Completing the Hero of Wrothgar Achievement was no easy task, about two solid days worth of mind numbing dungeons and puzzles I just could be bothered with, but worth it for all the great costumes. This is the Trininac’s Penitent Armour with the helmet hidden. The Saber Cat came out this week! If the grey cat is not your thing, I believe there is a Black Saber Cat mount in the data mining, perhaps we’ll see it in the near future.
-Red Diamond Circlet
-Saber Cat Mount (Crown Store)
-Trininacs Penitent Knight Costume
-Heroic Poet Hairstyle (Crown Store)
I’m not sure if you can tell, but this costume is actually sleeve-less with fingerless gloves. Just goes to show how body markings can change an entire outfit, as I didn’t want my beautiful Nord man to have bare skin in the freezing country of Eastmarch (Even though Nords have all that frost resistance!).
-Long Knotted Beard
-Blue Skeleton Body Paint
-East Skyrim Scout (Crown Store)
-Flannel Foresters Hood (Crown Store)
(Dyed a mix of Ash’Abah Hood Grey, Book Cover Brown, Tainted Turquoise, Soul Shriven Pale)
In the new Wild Hunt Crown Crates there are three antlered caps that all look quite similar to each other. Somehow, I managed to win all three. I was sitting at my desk wondering what on earth I could create out of these hats and then I remember the Lossoth from Lord of the Rings Online (Still one of my favourite games!) Lossoth is Sindarin for Snow Horde, the people of the far north of Forochel, pictured below, who I’ve lossely based this character outfit off. I’ll definitely be adding more outfits with these hats as it would be a shame to never use them, as I’m sure we’ve all ‘won’ at least one of them from the Crown Crates.
Hirvi-heimo meaning Elk Tribe in Lossoth, their outfits are usually coloured blue, orange, green, grey & shades of yellow, khaki & beige. I loved these people so much in LOTRO, I spent half of my time there and renamed my character & always dressed her in appropriate winter gear.
-Winterborn Warriors Costume (Crown Store)
-Wildhunt Antler Skullcap (Crown Store)
(Dyed Default, Wisp Blue, Senche Tiger Orange)
“Those are Thenns at our walls. They eat the flesh of the men they kill!“
The Thenn Warg is a character from the Game of Thrones TV series who still haunts me to this day. Thenn’s are cannibal wildlings that Jon Snow runs into on his adventures at The Wall. He is wearing the Winterborn Shaman Costume which has these great bird skull epaulets, suitable considering he is a warg like Brann, who has visions of the three eyed raven. Unfortunately this character was completely made up for the series, as there is no Thenn Warg in the books.
-Winterborn Shaman’s Costume (Crown Store)
(Dyed Noxophilic Black)