You're contributions to stitching together lore and story as part of an incomplete and ever-shifting patch-work quilt are appreciated, but also your memorable public appearances at conventions and on ESO Live.
Safe journeys down the river, beeko.
Edited by tinythinker on February 6, 2019 3:52PM
Joined ESO in March 2014 (PC-NA) yet always learning more about playing the game
Current skill level/level of enjoyment -- Cyrodiil (Siege/Defense): B+... Dueling/1vX: F... BGs: D-... Vet Dungeons: C-... DLC dungeons/trials: D+... Overland PvE: A-
Semi-retired wall o' text brick-layer on the ESO forums
*Lots* of Argonian characters. Most like to be known in game as Glides-Under-Starlight (EP lizard Dragonknight), Hrrska-Set (EP lizard Templar), Bentalliolous Rov (DC Breton Sorcerer), and Sparkles-At-Twilight (AD lizard Warden)
Also play FFXIV (on Faerie server) and WoW (on Dalaran server)
I'm not great at writing to people I don't know, but I'm a really big fan of your work and I hope to achieve as much as you achieved in life someday.
Listening and reading the amazing lore you helped to build all those years, reading, listening and rereading conversations with Phrastus of Elinhir (your personification on Tamriel, I assume) I become inspired by how much can a man do and still have that playful and adventurous spirit. I bought Domus Phrasticus in order to have an excuse to talk about how much you contributed to the ever-expanding lore of the game.
You are, among others like Noam Chomsky, one of my role models in life. I wish you great success in your future endeavors and handling those family matters.
Lore... lore ever changes. I wondered why the elves were marching from Faregyl to Aleswell. Apparently it was their way of saying farewell to master Schick. Thank you, sir.
Edited by Merlight on February 6, 2019 9:22PM
EU ‣ Wabbajack nostalgic ‣ Blackwater Blade defender ‣ Thieves Guild persona non grata The offspring of the root of all evil in ESO by DeanTheCat Why ESO needs a monthly subscription When an MMO is designed around a revenue model rather than around fun, it doesn’t have a long-term future. ― Richard A. Bartle ... in the balance of power between the accountants and marketing types against the artists, developers and those who generally want to build and run a good game then that balance needs to always be in favour of the latter - because the former will drag the game into the ground for every last bean they can squeeze out of it. ― Santie Claws