Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-307

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Observe! The ruins of which I do not remember the name of! Probably will be included in the Sacred East release, since I could not find the unique staff in this location on UESP. This place, as usual for the Dwemer, was used for mining, by the current plans, the miners of this location used Those explodos or whatevers for faster mining. This place also held four security-oriented Dwemer, who were just going over some improvements that they could do on the Steam Centurion when they disappeared. This was an archive post. Also, should you find it, by my plans it would be canon that you would be the first living person to enter these ruins since the Disappearance of the Dwemer.

    * I4-445 has been updated slightly.

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-445

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Finally finished! Took more than two months this did. The manor of a Hlaalu Councillor in the middle of the River Thirr Valley (or was it Thirr River Valley, who the fork cares?). This is the center of a large Hlaalu plantation and obviously belongs to a bad ass Daedra slayer. It has a spiffy entrance garden and a vault and a lot of stuff and a lot of vases and probably nothing that is actually worth mentioning here. There are spiffy screenshots in the click for moar thingy.

    * I2-69 has been updated slightly.

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-284

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Archive time on repeat! Anyway, I fear that I must tell you that I will be going on a break from Tamriel Rebuilt soon, but that will not put an end to the archive time posts. Archive time posts will end once I run out of old claims. Now, todays claim in question is the house of a drunkard bum. Not a single light or anything, so it is quite darkish. And supposedly full of booze. Don't remember. Anyway, please to look at the screenshots and such and gief me oranges.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-310

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Archive time again! Yay! Hermit shacks for all! Or something! Nothing much to tell about this, I think, but it had to be mentioned for the sake of completion... Or something.

Saturday, December 11, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-69

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Wait? Update? But it is not even Wednesday... Did Andres finally finish the manor? No. Not at all. Lord Andres Indoril just got the chance to get another 69. This time, I two sixty nine. This is a Necrom interior, HELL YEAH, called the Shrine of the Sharmat's Debt. So, essentially a memorial to all who have died fighting House Dagoth. Well, screenshots behind the jump as usual! Of course, the scenery of the shrine was warmed up a bit after I took the screenshots, but still!

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-301

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Wednesday already? Gah. Archive time, I suppose! Today we shall take a look at a rather peculiar claim, which is quite peculiar, due to it having originally been a cave, but was changed because the Andres apparently demanded it. I do not recall to be honest. Basically, this claim was given to me so my showcase could be included in the Tamriel Rebuilt landscapes. Funstuff. Anyway, screenshots and history beyond the jumpywumpy (as usual).

Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-276

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Almost forgot the schedule again... Anyways, archive time. Today we shall be looking at the interior that gained renown to the Andres as a maker of weird custom skeletons. I don't think this interior has been merged to any of the TR maps and am planning on using it for a questing showcase in the future.

    This is a small cave with a decent amount of water. And it has a skeleton that managed to accidentally get himself stuck to some vines when levitating to reach something that wasn't even there.

    * I6-21 has been updated slightly due to approval.
    * I4-410 has been updated slightly due to approval.
    * I4-418 has been updated slightly due to approval.
    * I4-423 has been updated slightly due to approval.
    * I4-437 has been updated slightly due to approval.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-278

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    It is time for another session of "ARCHIVE TIME!" the Boring! Today we shall take a look at the first tomb that Andres ever made for TR, or ever made, I dunno. I believe this was merged already to some map, I am of course not entirely certain, as I do not think I have encountered this location. It is of course a standard tomb, with a pit and some skooma eater who managed to think he can fly over it. Of course, he just went splat to the ground. Also, there was someone chopped in half with a battle axe. Also fun.

    * This post was written a day before it was posted, due to the Andres leaving for the day it was meant to be posted. Oh nyuu!

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-292

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Welcome to the weekly "Archive time!" Once again, the weekly "Archive time!" is late, but not because I forgot, but because TR was being borked, so I was unable to access the files.

    Anyway, today, we shall take a look at Andres' first cave EVER. Unless it was his first cave for TR ever... Don't remember. But, important stuff, is that this has indeed already been merged and includes a slave named Slaves-For-Bandits. Silly name, good thing I did not think of it. So, to skip away from that, this cave belongs to bandits and has a slave pen. Also, it was Andres' first cave, so it is of less than spiffy quality, but I suppose it is functional, if nothing else. Mushroom cakes and coca-cola soup.


Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-297

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Welcome to the weekly "Archive time!" in which we shall take a look on the past works of the modding "mastermind", who refers to himself as "Lord Andres Indoril". He is actually just a fool, but for some reason there happens to be a blog dedicated to his work, however useless it might be. Continuing the rant, I may also say, that this "Archive time!" thing is a waste of my time, since it is not like there is any actual method to determine when and on which claims this "Lord Andres Indoril" has worked. There have been many claims that he has worked on and had revoked, but in which his so called "brilliant" ideas still remained in use. Now, over to your usual host, "Lord Andres Indoril"

    Thank you, Lord Andres Indoril, that was quite an introduction there... Very well then... Today, we shall take a look at a claim labelled as I2-297. Nothing special about the claim ID itself, but what is special is that this is the first map 2 post on this blog and that this is the first claim that has been posted here, which might actually have been merged to the Antediluvian Secrets already, or whatever the release was called.

    The claim is actually just a shack, belonging to a hermit, who used to be cookie-crazed, but the idea did not pass, unless it did, but I do no believe it did. Now, as we all know, the archive posts are pretty much just a way to make this blog look activeish, and there is nothing much to say about old shacks. Except for the fact that they STOLE MY COOKIES! Well, yeah, end of this section.

    * As a sneak peek, you may have a couple of screenshots of what I am currently working on and then you might possibly understand why I currently have only archive posts to do. Damn large manors and the boring parts of claims growing way too slowly.... [Exterior Screenshot] [Entrance Screenshot] [Vault Screenshot] (The exterior screenshot was only included to display the size of the place and is in no other way related to Andresworks. The spiffy exterior was made by the Archbeast of Exteriors that is called Nemon, unless I misremember.)

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-69

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Archive time! Today we shall visit the epic place that is I four sixty-nine. One of the two sixty-nines currently in my possession. The only other existing sixty-nine is somewhere in Narsis and I would love to have it for meself, but I probably will not. Anyways, this is a ruined house somewhere in the western parts of Andothren. One of the first things I noticed about it relooking at it now was that one of the tapestries was bleeding into the floor...

Thursday, October 28, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-79

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Belated archive time! I know I had scheduled for Wednesdays, but I forgot about it yesterday. I apologize. Now, let's get down to business, shall we, gentlemen? Today, we shall discuss the claim that is labelled I four seventy nine. Not as amusing a name as the one scheduled for next week, oh yes. Anyways, it is a house in Stonefalls, or, wait, no, Andothren, by what the Archlord Haplo told me just now. Belongs to a non-service healer, and this appears to be the second interior that I claimed and finished.

    Quite emptyish, it does feel now.

    * I4-423 has been updated again.
    * I4-437 has been updated.
    * I3-239 has been updated.

Thursday, October 21, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-437

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Somewhere in a forest near the River Thirr lies a tower, that never tells the truth and is quite likely to be a lookout tower and which Lord Andres Indoril seems to have decided to be worthy of NPCs other than default Hlaalu guards. Quite boring is the tower itself, but the denizens from my plan are more of the amusing sort, taking that they hold their alcohol real well and spend most of their time sparring and drinking. Well, the males of the tower do at least. One of the gals is always in the middle of starting to eat some scrib scuttle whenever the player enters and the other one is actually keeping lookout from the lookout tower.

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I3-195

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Now, it is time to look into the archives of past modding, back to where the story of Andres begins. Today, we shall look into the greatness that is his first interior. Which feels incredibly undetailed now. Huh. Anyway, it is a small shop, that sells weapons. Nice. Feels a fucklot empty though. Anyways, this shall be it for the introductory part to our great tale for today.

Tamriel Rebuilt: I3-239

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    In Old Ebonheart, a man lives alone, spending most of his time working and drinking wine. Not at the same time though. From the previous sentence, I think one can assume that this claim is the home and workshop of some man. Well, that is true. The man is a weaver though. He weaves like a madman.

    Quite certainly not among my best works.

    * I4-423 has been updated slightly. Quite unnoticeably even.
    * There might be an additional post today, do not attempt to stay tuned!

Sunday, October 17, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-423

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Another shack! Yay shacks! This one belongs to someone who appears to be a fisherman, but appearances may be decieving. Dramatic finish shall be early this time.

    * I should probably make posts for previously finished claims here as well. Might be niceish.

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-418

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Mushroom guars and fishing lodges! Actually, just a fishing lodge. This has absolutely no one permanently residing there, except for maybe spiders that are not included in the game, sadly, the insect-life in Morrowind would really give more to the atmosphere of the game...

    Anyways! This, good friends, is a shack! An actual shack! Took me about an hour to make, maybe. A description, it is a quiet fishing lodge, with no one currently using the place as residence. It is owned by a moderately rich guy, who can afford to just stop everything and go fishing every once in a while. There are some cushions and some clutter, but nothing much. The furniture used here is de_p, which dunmer poor furniture, but everyone knows that de_p is the de_r (dunmer rich furniture) of shacks, as de_ex (exterior dunmer furniture) is the de_p of shacks.

Monday, September 6, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-410

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Hello, for I have once again returned to the face of moddership and am thus bringing you news on my moddingworks. Today, we shall take a look at a most peculiar type of cave, that is quite rare in its nature. The bloatspore cave. Bloatspores grow in places that are dark and damp, and much less dark once they start growing there, due to being partly luminescent. These caves also sport ferns, which usually prefer to be on the ground. Anyways, I should probably direct my speech towards the claim in question. This cave, is a small bloatspore cave, which has two waterfalls, some mushrooms, some ferns, some surprises and lots of bloatspores. Sadly, there is not much more to say about this cave.

    * I3-153 has received an update.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

An explanation on the recent inactivity.

Yeah, so this place has been as silent as a grave lately, due to taking a break on modding and not knowing what else I should post here. So, anyways, sorry for that, and I will try to think of something.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I3-153

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    After a long silence and lots of work and such, I have finished another interior! This place belongs to a pair of necromancers, powerful necromancers. They might be lovers, probably are, due to the fact that they occasionally share a bed, but from time to time, one of them falls asleep in the other room of research, where there are more than 1 projects at work, I suppose.

   Uhh... This keep used to belong to the Imperial Legion and might have been overtaken by the two necromancers or a horde of bandits, from whom the necromancers later took the keep. Even now, random bandits, adventurers, the legion and probably even the temple launch operations on the keep, to cleanse it from the blight, that are the necromancers.

   The upper floors of the keep are nicely decorated with bone vines and moss, which has gotten it's way into the keep, when some idiot forgot to close the damn doors. The lower floors, however, are quite well decorated, to give a false feeling of safety, though most people are woken up from that feeling by the piles of corpses and the bone chandelier in the ceiling.

Friday, February 12, 2010

Tamriel Rebuilt: I6-21

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

   So, I am starting off with something rather modest. Not particularly impressive either. Just a house. Inhabited by a poor guy, who likes to gamble with his friends a bit and who enjoys his drinks and such, while occasionally doing an odd job or two.

> Oh, and I accidentally forgot that it was i6-21 at first and typed i6-29, which explains the lousy URL.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

An introduction.

An Introduction.
By Lord Andres Indoril.

   There once was a time, when the modders of Morrowind ran wild, forging large packs, such as Tamriel Rebuilt and Great House Fliggerty and many more! They raided the villages, built cities, ate guars, herded long-legged velks, built villages, raided cities, herded guars, ate long-legged velks and much, much more!

   This is the story of one of those modders.