Great video, Camelworks! Sadly this was before I started playing so I was wondering if anyone has the frostcaster motif and is willing to sell it or if they can craft a CP 160 Stalhrim greatsword for me on NA server please? I'm only interested in the Stalhrim greatsword right now for my Dragonknight Nord warrior lol. I'm willing to pay, of course. Anyways, my name is T-man0030 on there.
I saw an arachnid shape in the staff and shield - matter of fact I apparently didn't look closely enough until this video because I just thought that was what it was. As a guild crafter, I have to have all motifs as quickly as I can, or I certainly would have skipped quite a few styles. This, however, is not one of those styles. 😁
I like the Sthalrim armor in skyrim a lot more than the one in elder scrolls online I especially like the light Sthalrim armor in skyrim and if you want to get really specific I love the death-brand armor, those spikes though ew... >_<
If only the set actually looked like what's shown on the two characters in the promo image for the set, which looks a lot lighter in colour, and frosted over. What a pity, was looking forward to this motif.
+Ian Stowman Yeah.
Honestly, with the way MMOs are designed, you probably don't want to delete your characters that often anyway.
They're persistent in a way that single player characters rarely are. In ESO a high end crafter represents a considerable time investment, on research alone to access the 6, 7, 8, and especially 9 trait sets. Once you've gone through that, though, you have a very useful resource to use for your other characters.
The books themselves are character based. So you're giving one character the ability to craft that style. It's one more reason you probably want Woodworking, Clothier, and Smithing on a single character, instead of split up.
The stuff you craft can be passed around between characters, or to other players. But... the Stalhrim shards do not drop in game anywhere. So you'll need to use mimic stones. So, this is some very expensive armor to craft.
+Piotr Górski If you've already got the gold edition, there's no reason to buy another copy for the same platform. It includes the base game, and the first four DLC.
The main reason to grab a copy of Unlimited would be because it's cheaper than Gold Edition.
Wow that masiive text XD. Thank you a lot man i appreciate this help from you.
But i think i will first play the game and try it before subscribing and one more thing.
Soooo its would be worthy if i also buy the unlimited as i am a starter in the game, or is beter i just play the editions i have?
Honestly, the basic Unlimited one, is a pretty solid starter. Most of the things Gold Edition adds were aimed at endgame players. You can run them at any time, but some of it's going to be pretty challenging for new players who are still learning the mechanics.
I mean, one of the things with ESO is, there is a lot of content. The base game shipped with 16 main zones (and five mini-zones) with roughly 50 quests in 15 of them. On top of that, each zone has 6 delves (mini-dungeons) you can play alone or with friends (or random people), a public dungeon (that's balanced for a group, but open to anyone who wants to come in), and at least one zone.
You get an additional zone that was aimed at group content and was part of the first or second update. It's got its own stuff, and is still more difficult.
Finally, you've got the massive PvP zone, which has a bunch of PvE content exclusive to it.
The Gold Edition adds a smaller PvPvE zone (the Imperial City and its sewers, so if you're an Oblivion fan this is going to be more interesting.) Two additional mini-zones (with two delves, and about 20 quests each), and one full size zone, (with six delves, two public dungeons, and about 50 quests.) It also adds the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood. (If you only have unlimited, you'll be restricted to the Mages Guild, Fighters Guild, and the Undaunted (a group of amateur dungeon delvers, though they're presented as a full on guild, like the traditional ones.))
Gold is probably worth whatever the extra you're getting charged for it. There is more stuff there. The content is supposed to be consumed post-game, but you can run it at anytime.
There is plenty of game there in the non-gold release, but if you enjoy the game, then you'll get your money's worth out of gold.
One major caveat. All of the DLC is free to subscribers. So, if you choose to pay $15 a month, you do get access to all of that. It also comes with 1500 crowns each month (which works out to roughly $15 worth of cash shop currency), and there are some other perks. So subscribing, if you're spending money in the cash shop, is a pretty decent deal. If you're intending to subscribe, you can safely pass on the Gold edition, because you'll get everything it offers with your subscription.
hello may i ask a question whats the best must have mods that wont destroy my system graphics card im currently running a nvidia 700s series im a massive fan of skyrim and all the people who make content of it keep dooing what you are dooing and good luck for the future. ps this took me like 20 minutes to make lol.
Xilliam900 go to the nexus. Get the skyrim script extender
(skse) then get the skyxp mod, it lets you gain xp from questing like a regular rpg which makes the game a lot more fun, and then get all the immersion mods you want.
Yeah. It's not Skyrim. I mean, there are similarities, and it is the same setting (just 1k years earlier). But it is a really solid game in its own right. If you're expecting more of the same, you'll probably be disappointed. If you're wanting something a little different, it's certainly worth taking a look at.
I'm really digging the frostcaster right now. One really neat thing about it is in ESO, Stalhrim glows faintly. You can't see it in the video, the daylight drowns it out, but if you haul that stuff out at night, it's really striking.
Camelworks what ever happened to your curating curious curiosity of Solstheim?
I have looked everywhere for it and sadly could not find it at all. With Morrowind being one of the first elder scrolls I ever played as soon as I seen that on your list of curating curious curiosities I wanted to look forward to watching it but at a sad moment of my joy I could not find it please could you make this happen? I also like to point out that you make great videos!
I really appreciated that sires alot and it would be a great deal if you curiously look into that.
sincerely a random fan.
The Last GruntStomper are you on PC or console? I can craft you a set at least, if you're Xbox NA server :) message @crayolamanic on Live. All I ask is mats and a donation of your choosing. It supports my guild, Benevolence of Mara.
Learning how to draw cartoon animals from the farm is not such a difficult task! Weve grown up surrounded by them! Farm animals are everywhere: In blockbuster movies, childs books, greeting cards. their shapes and images are printed in our minds!
In this section, I will show you how to determine what are the physical uniqueness of each animal and how to work with them. Then, you can practice drawing each cartoon character using basic shapes.
You will have the opportunity to make nice illustrations, practice sketching and cartooning using short easy lessons and complete your creation using a drawing software to create vector art if you want to! Cartoon drawing is really fun once you get into it!
Dont be afraid to try until you get it right. This method is really simple, but requires practice and observation. So, sit back and relax. Learn how to draw animals from the farm and start your journey on a good note!
Lets try s few basic characters to get started! :)
A cute turkey to begin with.
In this first tutorial, you can learn how to draw a fun turkey mostly made from small rectangles and large circular shapes. The posture of the character is really interesting. Not only is it easier to draw than a front version, but its also easier to add some perspective (as we can see with the legs). The fact that we just need to draw one wing is also interesting.
Most of these cartoon animals are not filled with complex textures or digital effects. In this case, the subject is filled with plain colors and only a few basic details (inside the tail) were added.
A nice turtle also from a side view.