Maintenance for the week of March 4:
• PC/Mac: No maintenance – March 4
• ESO Store and Account System for maintenance – March 4, 8:00AM EST (13:00 UTC) - 12:00PM EST (17:00 UTC)
• NA megaservers for maintenance – March 6, 12:00AM EST (5:00 UTC) - 12:00PM EST (17:00 UTC)
• EU megaservers for maintenance – March 6, 5:00 UTC (12:00AM EST) - 17:00 UTC (12:00PM EST)
• ESO Store and Account System for maintenance – March 6, 12:00AM EST (5:00 UTC) - 6:00PM EST (23:00 UTC)

Recommended YouTube

TheImperfect
TheImperfect
✭✭✭✭✭
I've been watching some videos on YouTube on a channel called Camelworks. There are some really long and interesting videos on there relating to ESO lore. In particular the one about the Augur of Dunlain and the other about Apocrypha are very interesting.

https://youtu.be/N_PDFxViJB4

Another great channel is FudgeMuppet.
Edited by TheImperfect on July 8, 2021 12:23AM
  • Eporem
    Eporem
    ✭✭✭
    enjoyed watching this..:)

    Edited by Eporem on July 29, 2021 10:11PM
  • TheImperfect
    TheImperfect
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    Eporem wrote: »
    enjoyed watching this..:)

    Glad you enjoyed it :-)
  • HappyTheCamper
    HappyTheCamper
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    Camelworks and Fudgemuppet do great work. The fudgemuppet podcast is always fun to listen too.

    I’d also recommend Written in Uncertainty if you’re ever looking for more heavy in-depth lore/college level lore. He does a good job at using sources throughout the TES community.
  • TheImperfect
    TheImperfect
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    Camelworks and Fudgemuppet do great work. The fudgemuppet podcast is always fun to listen too.

    I’d also recommend Written in Uncertainty if you’re ever looking for more heavy in-depth lore/college level lore. He does a good job at using sources throughout the TES community.

    Many thanks, will look into.
  • WillythyPete
    WillythyPete
    Soul Shriven
    Imperial Knowledge is a smaller but more ESO focused channel. https://www.youtube.com/c/ImperialKnowledge/videos
  • colossalvoids
    colossalvoids
    ✭✭✭✭✭
    ✭✭✭✭
    If you're interested in such stuff perhaps channel memospore could be of your interest, it's a discussion one but can bring some perspective and insight nevertheless. Especially if you're interested in relations of es lore to irl psychology, philosophy or various religious practices etc.

    They hosted some prominent lore heads throughout the year like people from imperial library, modding community or even Michael Kirkbride, as an example.
  • tohopka_eso
    tohopka_eso
    ✭✭✭✭
    I was curious if there was a YouTube channel. I have almost all the books and got into the rpg modiphius (not sure I spelled right) is doing as well. Thanks 👍
Sign In or Register to comment.