The dwemer armors are cool, just they suffer from: 1. hip flaps clipping through hands and 1H weapons. 2. Shield cannot be dyed in some cool colour like the armor, in fact all dyes put on this shield looks dull and grey. 3. Shoulder flaps could look more epic on light and medium armors, in fact good idea probably would be to swap them with hip flaps, which would also solve some issues with clipping :).
yeah but i have my blacksmithing up at level 20 which is ebony so all i need now is ebony ingots or ebony ore and if someone sends me the ebony ingots i will make them a free set of ebony armor of their choice from the races like dunmer,nord,kahjiit,redgaurd,altmer,bosmer,breton,and orc
I really like the Dwemer heavy armour style. It's just hard to get enough Dwemer frames to make new sets regularly. Cheers for doing these videos! The in-game icons are so crap for actually seeing what the pieces look like.
If its possible you should show it on both male and female characters. Looking at the armor on a female character doesn't give me the information I'm looking for. It might look good on the female form but not on mine and vice versa. Please and thank you.
If it's anything like previous TES games, this is a pretty good showcase. In Skyrim, male armor was literally female armor minus breasts. I haven't made male characters or stopped to look at other peoples characters, but I'm certain there won't be any drastic changes. For example, I'm sure the male armors aren't sleeveless, or anything as drastic as that. Just take these armors and imagine them with male proportions. Your comment was posted 29 days ago, so you probably already know the answers to your questions. But if not, I hope this helped.
+Aceman2929 if you played each of the elder scrolls games, they're pretty different from each other (aside from the first two games)
Best thing I can give is if you expect Full-on-Skyrim online, then you might be put off.
But it does have the over-all feel of an ES game.
Hey I need some help I currently have 3 motifs, sword, shield and legs and have level 9+ in woodworking blacksmithing and clothing but I can't seem to use the motif I am level 17 if that means anything.
The reason why the Dwemer weapons lack detail is becuase the Dwemer created weapons and armor on pure functionality, not detail and decoration. Decoration was only used on object belonging to high ranking persons.
I obtained the full Dwemer Motif in Avanchenzel. If anyone wants crafted Dwemer armor and has a dwemer frame, i will craft you anything you want for 200g each item, all tiers up to VR1.I am on the NA server for Xbox One. My GT is Tsesarevich II.
Does anyone know how hard it is to even make this stuff... you need 10 dwemer scrap to make 1, dwemer frame, for the dwemer style, and getting 10 dwemer scrap took me about 2 hours of consistently killing automatons. And don't even get me started on how long it took me of looting nightstands, to even get the motifs. I have the chest, that is all, if anyone knows a more efficient way of getting dwemer scrap, please, let me know.
I have had the most luck in this game I guess, with in a week I've found all the Dwemer motifs for the armor and two weapon motifs, found the shoulders two times same with the daggers, and also found the axes the other day... O_o
Which is the minimum blacksmith level to learn this motif? I already find two books, but even at close to 30 at Blacksmith, I still receive the message of that I need a level 9 or up to learn this motif
Thanks for the help!
in my oppinion this is the least worth motif to get and also the rarest (i know, there is the imperial but for dwemer u need 15(?) parts)
Just GG Bethesta and Zenimax some more efford wouldve done quite well
+James Logan nops, petty much u just need to have the + Name infront of your post. so it pings them and shows who your talkin to. most ppl who dont do it. do it to hide your post so they dont have to deal with the person knowin they talked to them. not saying thats what your doing but just a heads up
The Dwemer Vanished in 1E 700 (700 years into the 1st era).
Elder Scrolls Online is set in 2E 582 (582 years into the 2nd era).
1st Era was 2,920 years long...
So the Dwemer disappeared 2802 years before Elder Scrolls Online is set.
So no the Dwemer should definitely not be seen in game.
i don't really like the dwemer armor in this game i don't hate it but i feel like the design is weak compared to previous elder scrolls games it lacks the automaton look....if it looked like it was in skyrim but with steam venting that would be cool which is why i think they should make more racial motifs based on past recorded designs that way each race would have multiple motifs each distinct but commonly similar to their races own style other than that i can't wait for what the future of ESO has to offer.IMHO
Thank you thank you thank you, i know you don't like this game as much as before, but thanks to take time to give us this motif style specialy today that they announced the free subscription in couple of months, thanks again.
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!
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A cute turkey to begin with.
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A nice turtle also from a side view.