Glenmoril Witches Robe

The Wispmother Cultist

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1.jpg“For years, Exulus the Wispmother haunted Hrota Cave, draining the life from all who enter.”

-An Abominable Bounty

The Hrota Cave in the Gold Coast is quite the beautiful place. Stalagmites, stalactites, crystals, lilipads and ancient evil Wispmothers wreathed in mist and decaying rags. The outfit is what I imaged a follower of a Wispmother would wear, as Elder Scrolls is all about powerful beings and their followers.

The Lorebook ‘The Wispmother’ written by Mathias Etienne is quite an interesting read.”Based on his extensive research into necromancy and Cyrodiil‘s Ayleid culture, Master Sadren Sarethi posits that Wispmothers are a necrologic state, a type of lich-dom developed by a now-forgotten First Era culture. Under his theory, these are no mere ghosts – they are a cult of powerful sorceresses who achieved eternal life through undeath.”
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Been playing around with the new Marking Packs and love how they can completely change an outfit. The Blue Stripes Chest Paint turns this somewhat-revealing outfit into something a little more modest.

-Blue Stripes Chest Paint
-Black Eye & Lip Face Marking
-Covenant Lion Circlet (Crown Store)
-Glenmoril Witches Robe (Crown Store)
(Dyed Motif Pattern Blue/Noxophilic Black)

The Woad Witch

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woad3.jpgSadly, this lion seems to be the only blue tattoo available in game so far, apart from some blue-black body paints and facial markings which just didn’t cut it for me. I’d definitely pay for some blue Celtic inspired tattoos.

ww.jpgI imagined her as a fantasy Celtic woman with pale red hair, dressed in dark blue. Traditionally, I don’t think Celts would have painted lions on their chests! Though while playing her in game you can’t really see it’s a lion, just a light blue tattoo. Perhaps I’ll recreate this later on if they bring out traditional Celtic markings. Woad is a plant that was used as a dye particularly in the British Isles. It’s use goes back to ancient times and is still used today. While woad is not a collectible item in ESO, it is a Nord racial ability called ‘Woad Shield’ In Oblivion and Morrowind.

-Braided Strip Circlet
-Dark Red Lip Dye
-Imperial Twist Earrings
-Light Blue Covenant Lion Marking
-Glenmoril Witches Robe (Crown Store)
(Dyed Ransacker Blue, Coldharbour Ash Black)

The Nocturnal

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“The Daedric Princess Nocturnal stepped out of the pit of uncolor.

She stood in the center of the circle, the tree of pallid crows her throne, aloof, as the witches continued their chanting…

…she smiled at their song. It spoke of her mystery, of veiled beauty, of eternal shadows and a divine future when the sun burns no more.”

– Chapter Two, Purloined Shadows

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Nocturnal is the Daedric Princess of the Night & Darkness. She has a large list of titles, including Night Mistress, Mistress of Shadows, the Unfathomable, Empress of Murk, Daughter of Twilight, Mistress of Mystery, Saint of Suspicion & more. She is often accompanied by talking Ravens & is the creator of the Daedric Artifact- the Skeleton Key, which has the power to unlock any lock.

The Glenmoril Witches Robe is perfect for the Daedric Princess of Night, dyed Noxophilic Black, as it’s hard to find tops that don’t have skin-tight sleeves. The feathered neck reminds one of the Ravens that would accompany Nocturnal & plunging necklace & hood also resemble her clothing in Skyrim. I decided to make her a Vampire, to compliment her association with the Night and to give her the most pale skin.

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While the Aurbic Eye is too vibrant and unsymettrical for my own liking, it gives Vampire skin a darker lip colour & the eye makeup is almost invisible under a hood. I prefer her with the Oracle Eyes than the Vampiric Red, which in my opinion, can be a little difficult to look at in the later stages of Vampirism.

-Oracle Eyes
-The Aurbic Eye (Crown Store)
-Dominion Topaz Circlet (Crown Store)
-Glenmoril Witches Robe (Crown Store)
(Dyed Noxophilic Black)