House Hlaalu has emerged as politically and economically dominant among the Great Houses of Vvardenfell and Morrowind. Hlaalu welcomes Imperial culture and law, Imperial Legions and bureaucracy, and Imperial freedom of trade and religion. Hlaalu still honors the old Dunmer ways — the ancestors, the Temple, and the noble houses — but has readily adapted to the rapid pace of change and progress in the Imperial provinces.
Just a friendly reminder you stupid shit.
You left your Tumblr logged on.
And son and friend struck again.
[[paper says “hi mom i hate you”]]
finally got inspired wow [ x ]
Update: I added more
Lost steam half way and decided to salvage what I could. Might attempt to revise and finish this later but for now this is all I could manage.
Onto the next adventure!!!
Red Mountain, sometimes called Dagoth-Ur, is a vast volcano that dominates the island of Vvardenfell in Morrowind. The mountain has had two major eruptions: the Sun’s Death event in 1E 668, and the Red Year in the early Fourth Era. The island was actually named after the volcano: the original name of Red Mountain was Vvardenfell, which translates to “City of the Strong Shield” in Dwemeri
ohh look what i found. My first animations. haha… so terrible…
Whip out the absinthe and the taquitos, this motherfucker just passed the bar.
Ghostgate was the main gateway through the ancient Ghostfence artifact to the Red Mountain region, which prevented monsters affected by The Blight from leaving. Ghostgate housed a large Tribunal Temple and contingents of both Buoyant Armigers and Ordinators. The two towers of Ghostgate, called Dusk (west) and Dawn (east), were constructed after The War of the First Council as one of the many defenses against the evils of Dagoth Ur.
Outside Riverwood // Skyrim (x)
me: i’m gonna write
me: [reads another person’s writing]
me: i’m never writing again
You don’t even wanna know how tempted I am to put this on a shirt.
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Jack Frost + Being a master of holding back tears