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"Mortal's Mask" skin to hide vampirism - how do you want it?

  • Tommy_The_Gun
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    The only way I can see something like this working is through some sort of sacrifice (food buff, 5pcs set bonus etc.) that would only have "hide vampirism visual effect".

    Other than that, it could simply disable vampire passives & skills if used (skin).

    The problem here is that eliminating one of the drawbacks would cause all ppl to run vamp & simply hide it via skin. Yes, 99% of player base, the other 1% would run WW.

    Speaking of, even WW has a "sacrifice" if you passively slot it for % stam recovery, as you are missing an ultimate slot.
  • mateosalvaje
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    I like it just the way it is, but I don't understand why is should make my tats fade 😕
    I've been wrong before, and I'll be wrong again.
  • es4eva
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    I mean, if you wanna be a vampire you have to be prepared to look like a vampire...

    It's a game. Just a game. Ther purpose of a game is to give joy. Since vasmpirism can be easily detected in pvp without looking at skin composition, then I see no reason to give us a cosmetic item to customise our characters the way we want it.

    Our plea isn't to give us a cosmetic item to cover vampirism, because we already have those. Our plea is to give us cosmetic item that will make us look the way we want.
    This thread has already proven that there are many people who want this simple cosmetic item. I would even make a wild guess that there are more people who want it, than people who wan't blue eyeleshes. And we already have an item that changes eyelashes to blue.
    In the light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    It's a game with an established universe and lore. It should remain internally consistent. It is a game and should be fun, but fun is not the only thing to consider. And just because people want something is not, in itself, a good reason to have it, especially if it runs contrary to the established rules of the universe in which the game is set.

    In light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.
  • InvictusApollo
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    I want to look a little bit paler than mortals but without purple veins and red eyes.
    es4eva wrote: »
    I mean, if you wanna be a vampire you have to be prepared to look like a vampire...

    It's a game. Just a game. Ther purpose of a game is to give joy. Since vasmpirism can be easily detected in pvp without looking at skin composition, then I see no reason to give us a cosmetic item to customise our characters the way we want it.

    Our plea isn't to give us a cosmetic item to cover vampirism, because we already have those. Our plea is to give us cosmetic item that will make us look the way we want.
    This thread has already proven that there are many people who want this simple cosmetic item. I would even make a wild guess that there are more people who want it, than people who wan't blue eyeleshes. And we already have an item that changes eyelashes to blue.
    In the light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    It's a game with an established universe and lore. It should remain internally consistent. It is a game and should be fun, but fun is not the only thing to consider. And just because people want something is not, in itself, a good reason to have it, especially if it runs contrary to the established rules of the universe in which the game is set.

    In light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    There are multiple instances of vampires in Elder Scrolls games and lore being able to pass as humans and live among humans. Mortal's Mask skin would this actually be lorefrendly.
    In light of this simple fact, your argument is invalid.
  • es4eva
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    es4eva wrote: »
    I mean, if you wanna be a vampire you have to be prepared to look like a vampire...

    It's a game. Just a game. Ther purpose of a game is to give joy. Since vasmpirism can be easily detected in pvp without looking at skin composition, then I see no reason to give us a cosmetic item to customise our characters the way we want it.

    Our plea isn't to give us a cosmetic item to cover vampirism, because we already have those. Our plea is to give us cosmetic item that will make us look the way we want.
    This thread has already proven that there are many people who want this simple cosmetic item. I would even make a wild guess that there are more people who want it, than people who wan't blue eyeleshes. And we already have an item that changes eyelashes to blue.
    In the light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    It's a game with an established universe and lore. It should remain internally consistent. It is a game and should be fun, but fun is not the only thing to consider. And just because people want something is not, in itself, a good reason to have it, especially if it runs contrary to the established rules of the universe in which the game is set.

    In light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    There are multiple instances of vampires in Elder Scrolls games and lore being able to pass as humans and live among humans. Mortal's Mask skin would this actually be lorefrendly.
    In light of this simple fact, your argument is invalid.

    Those are isolated, special cases.

    Your argument is invalid.
  • StormChaser3000
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    I want to look just like I did before vampirism.
    es4eva wrote: »
    es4eva wrote: »
    I mean, if you wanna be a vampire you have to be prepared to look like a vampire...

    It's a game. Just a game. Ther purpose of a game is to give joy. Since vasmpirism can be easily detected in pvp without looking at skin composition, then I see no reason to give us a cosmetic item to customise our characters the way we want it.

    Our plea isn't to give us a cosmetic item to cover vampirism, because we already have those. Our plea is to give us cosmetic item that will make us look the way we want.
    This thread has already proven that there are many people who want this simple cosmetic item. I would even make a wild guess that there are more people who want it, than people who wan't blue eyeleshes. And we already have an item that changes eyelashes to blue.
    In the light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    It's a game with an established universe and lore. It should remain internally consistent. It is a game and should be fun, but fun is not the only thing to consider. And just because people want something is not, in itself, a good reason to have it, especially if it runs contrary to the established rules of the universe in which the game is set.

    In light of these simple facts, your argument is invalid.

    There are multiple instances of vampires in Elder Scrolls games and lore being able to pass as humans and live among humans. Mortal's Mask skin would this actually be lorefrendly.
    In light of this simple fact, your argument is invalid.

    Those are isolated, special cases.

    Your argument is invalid.

    Oh, please, we can even put on infernal epidermis on our characters, or other nonsense from dungeons. Where is your lore logics there?

    Moreover "mortal skin" could be just a layer of tonal cream, mkay?
  • Reistr_the_Unbroken
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    Why do people think they have the right to say how (my) character should look?
    Do you own (my) account? No, so you have no say in how I want (my) characters to look.

    And I say I want to have better skins for vampires. Don’t like? Then don’t buy or wear. Simple.

    Edit: also those “isolated cases” are possibly false. If I remember correctly, there’s probably well over 100 species of vampires. Some having different strains, so no, hiding apprearences wouldn’t exactly be secluded to one species only.
    Edited by Reistr_the_Unbroken on August 14, 2019 3:00PM
  • Ardaghion
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    I want to look just like I did before vampirism.
    I want a skin that makes my Argonian look like a Breton.
    XBOX NA Characters:
    Brittany of Ardagh - Main - Female Breton Sorcerer AD
    Bjørn of Cork - Male Nord Templar EP
    Raven of Ardagh - Female Bosmer NB DC (Assassin/Thief)
    Brianna of Cavan - Female Imperial DK EP
    Caitlín of Clarecastle - Female Breton Warden DC
    Kara of Firsthold - Female Altmer Sorcerer AD
    Ingrid of Mistwatch - Female Breton Templar EP
    Liam of Crosswitch - Male Nord Warden DC
    Aeron of Balmora - Female Dunmer DK AD
    Knos Fearatu - Male Altmer Necromancer DC (Vampire)
    Xbox EU Characters:
    Snake Split-Skin - Male Breton Sorcerer EP
    Erikelf the Ironhand - Male Nord DK DC
    Marlynn Aethdwulf - Female Breton Templar AD
  • iris56
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    I want to look just like I did before vampirism.
    All my vampires have resorted to the arctic rime skin. They look a little like they have a rash, but its definitely an improvement!
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