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.

       History of the claim:
    In April 2009, the city of Narsis was opened for claiming for the fearsome beasts that are TR Modders with Interior qualifications. On the 13th of April, the claim was taken on by a creature known as Aeven, a fearsome beast for sure, but not as effective as some, and he finished it on the 14th. 

   A mighty Reviewer, called Stryker, wielding the powerful blade of the All-Seeing Reviews battled the claim further on the 16th of April, finding the place okayish and rating it with a powerful 7/10, but on the 20th of August the Archbeast of Reviewing Thrignar Fraxix stepped on the claim, saying
too many lights, placing things on things and in things is bad as well when you can pick them up. Also feels sparse.

sending back
    And then on the 13th of September, one of the Archbeasts, Haplo requested the claim to be updated or it would be revoked within a month and on the 13th of October the Aeven said that the place was, once again, finished. The Archbeast replied with one word, that some might translate as insulting, but some might not, but in any case, the word was so powerful that it would be better not to repeat it here.

   On the 13th of November (lots of 13s here, don't ya think?), another mighty Reviewer, called Cathartis, walked up to the interior, wielding the Warhammer Of Secrets And Prophecies, saying that the interior s'alright, but that the Aeven had not rotated the objects to rest on the surfaces of poor Dunmer furniture. And thus, on the 7th of February, the Archlord Of Reviewing once again swung his Staff Of All-Powerful Claim Control, sending the interior right back to Aeven, but only due to the amount of references being about 55, reminding the Aeven, that an interior is supposed to have more than 100 references, or at least, come close to 100.

   On the 11th of February, the Aeven looked at a clock and the claim and decided that there is not enough time for him to work on this and thus asked the Archlord of Reviewing to revoke the claim and so he did. A wild madman, called Lord Andres Indoril walked up to the claim and claimed it for himself, promising to tame it and make it more awesome. And now, on the 12th of February, he has decided that he has and so, he said that it was finished and it was to be sent to review.

 > And then, just a few moments later, the Archbeast Of Interiors, Nomadic1, submitted the claim to review.

> And just a few extra moments later, the mighty Reviewer, Cathartis, once upon swung his Warhammer of Secrets And Prophecies at the claim and found it to be errorless.

 > On the 26th of November, 2010, this interior was approved by Archlord Thrignar Fraxix and was still found errorless.

The end.

1 comment:

  1. Like I said its FRIGGIN AWESUHM. I'm gonna play MW again once there is a new TR release :D!

    ~ Jelle