Glass/malachite isn't typically associated with maormer, though I'm sure they can use it. I can definitely see where you're getting that vibe from. That being said, glass has always been more associated with altmer (and possibly dunmer), and even the in-game books and lore describe it as an altmer design.
The nautical designs are very in line with what's been described in ESO's own lore when it comes to altmer aesthetics. If anything, the glass style fits the altmer better than the altmer style does.
Also worth noting that "light" armor in this game corresponds with regular clothing in the singleplayer games, whereas "medium" armor is closer to light armor in Oblivion and Skyrim. If you want to compare the aesthetics of glass in previous games to what's shown in ESO, it would perhaps be more useful to compare ESO's medium glass to Skyrim's light glass, as counterintuitive as that sounds. Still very different from the singleplayer games regardless.
did you ever play tes3 morrowind? they had light, medium and heavy of almost every armor type in tes3. the weapons they combined the weapoms from tes 3 (axes), 4 (handles) and 5 (every thing else) to make it look familiar but I'm just salty because tes3 is my favorite elder scrolls game it's the only game you could do enything you wanted to do.
That's some snazzy armor :D it gets me wondering though, how can the market for Glass motifs be so crappy? It takes forever to get a single chapter, and it's random!
You're pretty much right in every single point when pointing out weapons' characteristics, seems like you watch Skallagrim or another medieval weapons channel :)
Except you didn't point out the pointlessness of the two-pointed arrows.
One big thing about glass weapons is, they overwrite the material color. So it's one of the few ways you can get a CR160 sword that isn't bright red.
I'm actually kinda curious what quality you upgraded the weapons to. Gold glass weapons have a silvery color, and almost all of the green is bled out of them.
Yeah. It's the most fragmented motif. You get page bits from doing high level equipment writs (Tier 9 and Tier 10, I think), then you buy a 10k resin thingy from any Mystic vendor, and use that on 10 page fragments to get a single page... or just buy it from a kiosk.
The style mat's also kinda annoying to obtain.
why did they turn it into dragon/daedric look? i had always been under the impression that it is bird, more precisely owl, inspired old elvish armor. mostly used by falmer, before the dwemer messed them up.
This video was at least as gorgeous as the weapons you showcased. Keep up the good vids, and do more of these. I don't have the time or pc/console to play eso but it's still nice to see how pretty the game is even if its just in your video :)
That two handed sword looks more like a polearm than a sword. In WoW, I tend to use bladed pole-arms for two-handed transmogs since they look awesome. I even have one that has a grip and blade of roughly the same size, which is my current blood DK transmog.
are you on PC,PS4 or Xbox? also either way; yes you should get it people diss it but a lot has changed so thats a plus its a ton better. i can help you if you play ps4 but if not youll need to get friends on your system haha
A little point: the glass war axe (one handed) had a double bitted axe head in skyrim and skyrim's glass battle axe had a single bladed axe head. I like that ESO turned things around because it does make a bit more sense. Also there are (vulcanic) glasses like obsidian that aren't transparent as is normal glass when viewed from the side of a glass pane so i guess the glass inlays are simply thicker than a cm or so.
Also skyrim's glass mace was a flanged mace while these are more like one handed warhammers. quite like the style of this set though.
I think the weapons and items are thinner and slimmer than skyrim because so are the player models in eso, and personally I think eso has better player faces, especially the elves they look way better in eso.
Personally "glass" never looked very glassy to me. Ntm you make it with Malachite which is way more metallic then what I picture actual glass armour to look like. Although this looks absolutely amazing tbh, definitely needs that colour scheme though
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