Recently I was playing through some Dark Brotherhood quest lines and came across a delve named Hrota Cave located on the Gold Coast. POSSIBLE SPOILERS (just a heads up).
My main character that I've been playing since launch is a vampire - lots of fun and keep coming back for more adventures and I generally play him as more of the hero than the villain. Yesterday, I ran across an NPC who asked for some help killing an 'evil' vampire lord. So I went through the adventure, bested the villain and met up with the NPC who was, more or less, a vampire hunter.
I'm one to go through all the dialog in a quest - really enjoy the story lines. What I found interesting about this one was I kept prodding him about his 'distaste' for vamps. He finally stated (I'm paraphrasing), "did you not think I noticed your affliction?" and then went on to say as that he's heard of my exploits and I've been known to do more good than evil.
I honestly don't remember a storyline where my 'affliction' was noticed by any NPC, let alone my 'good v evil' alignment - even when it should have been. This may or may not be something new in the realm of ESO (although it's the first and only time I remember something like this happening), but it really drew me into that small quest and who my character is even more. Granted, the Gold Coast is a fairly new area to explore so maybe this was a new type of storyline that could employ a more 'personal' mechanic to immerse me more.
I'm just curious if anyone out there has experienced the same sort of gameplay mechanic in the dialog based on who your character is - a vamp, werewolf, a particular member of a guild (mage, thief, Dark Brotherhood, etc), or even a particular race? I found it really immersive and left me wanting more. Has anyone else had this experience? I'd love to hear your stories!