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.


     History Of The Claim:
    Unknown up until the 14th of February, when the Archbeast of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix, revoked the claim and then, after our main character, Lord Andres Indoril, had claimed it, granted the claim to Lord Andres Indoril. The Archbeast of Reviewing felt a bit bad though, since our hero had already claimed pretty much everything that had been available in that week.

    On the 23rd of February, our hero finally finished this thingamajig, having tamed it and made it decently awesome, with about 1400 references in total.

  > A few hours later, the Archbeast of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix sent the interior to review, saying that he had a feeling that this interior he would feel love for, and on the earlier hours of the 24th of February the mighty Reviewer, Cathartis, wielding the Spear Of Latehour Reviewing, reviewed the interior, finding no errors.

 > On the 4th of May, the Archbeast of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix, approved this interior and complimented this interior for its spectacular nature and promised for it to be one of the most challenging interiors on the release that this will be on.

The end.

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