“Your prescence in our court is desired before the end of the next season. I await your arrival.”
-Akorithi, Queen of Sentinel
Akorithi is the widow of the late King Camaron and mother of Aubk-i, who became Queen of Daggerfall, and two sons Prince Greklith and Prince Lhotun. She appears in the Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall in the Sentinel Palace. The beautiful Queen is shown to be wearing different headpieces in her icon and in-game appearance. I’ve decided to go with her in-game look to show off the beautiful Desert Garden Gala hat.
I love how the Scarab Circlet matches the turquoise on the belt. It’s almost as if they where meant to be.
-Dark Red Lips Face Marking
-Desert Garden Gala Overdress
(Dyed Starlight Gold, Lamae White, Master Gold)
“Each year on the day of her festival, the town was said to have attracted some 700,000 visitors engaging in music, song, and dance”
Bastet, daughter of the Sun God, Egyptian Goddess of Protection and Blessing, looking after women, children & domestic cats. Bast often appears as a cat wearing gold and jewels.
-Three Hoop Earrings
-Black Marsh Keeper Costume
(Dyed Starlight Gold, Coldharbour Ash Black,Craftmaster Gold)
I tried to create this outfit a long time ago however I just didn’t have enough dyes to bring it to justice. After months of questing, dailies and dolmen grinding I’ve finally come up with a Jasmine I’m happy with. Her outfit is Necromancer Blue, a rare dye you will receive from defeating Molag Bal in Coldharbour. You will need to be level 50, complete main quests in the Harbourage and then the main quest in Coldharbour. It is no small task but was very worth it in the end. I’ve chosen the Orsinium Ponytail and the Scarab Circlet, the colour matches so much more than the bulky Azure Brow to Temple Circlet which I received from a Crown Crate.
-Wing Lobes Earrings
-Sand Kissed Salwar Ensemble
(Dyed Necromancer Blue, Undaunted Bronze)
“..drink the blood of Coldharbour.”
I’ve been reading about Coldharbour lately since completing the Mages Guild and discovering the realm of Molag Bal. One thing that has me intrigued is the Azure Plasm pools found all over the landscape. During the tutorial I thought it was poison, and avoided the ice blue ‘water’. After reading many lore books I discovered the Blue was more than just aesthetically pleasing rivers and streams, but the ‘lifeblood’ of the local Daedra – upon their death, the Azure Plasm seeps into the corpse, reforming & reanimating it.
I’ve also learnt about the Mind Shriven, the bright blue veined humans & creatures exposed to a poison called Coldharbour Blood. Is Azure Plasm the same as Coldharbour Blood? Can’t find anything confirming this, however I’d like to think it is.
Mind Shriven is not to be confused with Soul Shriven, which gives the recipient colourless almost ‘Zombie-like’ decayed skin. I must say I am enjoying Coldharbour, It’s a nice change from the green leaves of Grahtwood, though if I stay there too long I start to feel.. overwhelmed by the blue.
-Mind Shriven Skin (Crown Store)
-Evening Dress (Crown Store, dyed Lamae White)