Bereits vor einigen Tagen hat Zenimax eine weitere Ausgabe der Tamriel Rundschau veröffentlicht. Auch dieses mal gibt es wieder tolle Bilder und Geschichten von Fans. Schade ein wenig, dass die Serie mittlerweile nur noch in unregelmäßigen Abständen erscheint.
ESO Tamriel Rundschau – Ausgabe 66
Folgend findet Ihr die tollen Bilder von Fans. Darunter auch ein sehr gutes Cosplay Foto von einem Argonier. Aber auch das Cosplay Bild zu der Hochelfen von vielen Wallpapern kann sich sehen lassen.
Auch in dieser Ausgabe gibt es wieder ein tolles Musikstück, dieses mal von Matthew Shine. Lehnt Euch zurück und lauscht den wundervollen Klängen.
Zenimax on Fanart (Quelle)
Reist mit den Augen anderer ESO-Fans durch Tamriel.
The Dawn of Shadows: Chapter 1 – Von Soul auf TESO RP
A breeze passed over the courtyard, carrying the leaves off of the cobblestone ground, and swirling dust in every direction. In the center of the courtyard, an old mage stood peering at a list, squinting from the dust and debris. He averted his eyes to peer at a line of rather excited Breton children before him. Some children were chattering excitedly in their impatience, although some sat quietly and patiently. Just when the Mage looked like he was ready to begin, he returned his gaze to his list.
[Ariel Jurard] The Fall into Darkness – Von quiet_banshee auf TESO RP
Ariel Jurard pushed open the door to the Rosy Lion and narrowed her eyes, looking around the tavern slowly until she saw him. Seated off to the corner at a table near a window was the bearded, robed figure who had approached her in the market square asking to speak in private. She wandered over to his table and pulled up a chair, sitting down as she smirked to the man.
Burning Reminder – Von Firestar1992 auf ESO Forums
The little wood elf sat in a corner of the inn, away from the fire. Though she was still drenched from the rain outside, she seemed to want nothing to do with its warmth. One had only to look at her to guess why. She could feel the other patrons staring at her disfigured face, arm, and side; it seemed almost the entire left half of her body was covered in scars. Other than that, she was a rather pretty thing. Tiny, for sure, but then so were nearly all Bosmer.