i've been prepping since i saw the reveal for Necromancers.
Worm Wizard Personality
Black Hand Robes dyed with the Black and Gold
Hide Hat (spent a little time pretty-fying my high elf, i want people to see his face)
Dragon Bone staff (not something i prepared in advance, was planning on using Abnur Tharn's staff, but this looks much cooler)
This is Anubis the Blasphemous - a tribute to Anubis, my Ragdoll, who died in Feb and still miss very much:
By making this character, I hope it will help me to come to terms better with his loss, as I am still mourning him. I made him tall, very thin and a vampire, As my cat was big, but very thin when he finally lost his fight with the c-word.
I spent 2 weeks solid working to get the skin and personality, but it was so worth it - he still has his blue eyes, even though he's a vampire!
Edited by AlienSlof on May 21, 2019 10:42AM
Crazy Cat Lady.
Two hands working are more useful and productive than a thousand hands clasped in prayer.
May we live in interesting times.
I made my first stamcro last night, Khala the Corpse Caller. If you want to see a pic of her, just look up Khamira from the trailer and preview quest and imagine her with blue-white eyes instead. I spent so much time picking out fur patterns and coat coloring only to realize my inherent lack of originality after the fact.
I decided to try and recreate a character from a story I've written (Who also has some necromantic powers). After creation I noticed that I forgot to add a scar and a body modification, but I think the look is good enough.
Wish i could share my necro. But i haven't created it because i can't decide:
- male or female
- stamina or magicka
- and can't choose a race
What is more fun? Stam or Mag?
"I am a nightblade. Blending the disciplines of the stealthy agent and subtle wizard, I move unseen and undetected, foil locks and traps, and teleport to safety when threatened, or strike like a viper from ambush. The College of Illusion hides me and fuddles or pacifies my opponents. The College of Mysticism detects my object, reflects and dispels enemy spells, and makes good my escape. The key to a nightblade's success is avoidance, by spell or by stealth; with these skills, all things are possible."