Wednesday, October 20, 2010

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!

      History Of The Claim:
     This claim is ancient. One can not be absolutely sure about its birthdate, but the first time that I can trace it back to is the 14th of May in 2005. It appears to be the creation date of the claim itself, so we can assume that it qualifies as the birthdate, but I am unsure of when exactly the claims browser achieved its full power, so the claim itself may be older than that.

     On the 21st of June of 2005, the Now-Fallen Archbeast, Vegor, had fixed and approved this claim. And thus, the claim slept for more than half a decade, until it was awakened by the current Archbeast of Interiors, CATHARTIS the CATFACED. He had poked the claim with a new purpose, and thus it became revoked.... And a weaver.

     On the 5th of August, a claim-tamer, Aeven, ran to the claim and tried to capture it, planning the building to have three floors: the ground floor, the basement and the one above the ground floor. The Archbeast Of Interiors rolled the TR_misc_dice_of_modding, and proclaimed that the Aeven had indeed captured the claim successfully, but mentioned that the Aevenling should not pester the Archbeast to grant things faster and that everything will happen, when it is meant to.

     On the 12th of September, the Aevenling had posted a small update. Two days later, he asked to know what kind of furniture this place deserves. There was no answer that I could trace down. Out of the shadows, on the 6th of October, The Archbeast of Interiors revoked the claim, claiming it to be by request, but there is nothing of such matters visible to the public and I failed to find proof to confirm his claim.

     On the 18th of October, our heroishthingamajig, Lord Andres Indoril the Nude, claimed the claim for himself and specified some stuffs, that are too insignificant to specify here. No, it is not a conspiracy to hide information from you, my dear reader. Anyways, ten hours later, the claim was granted by Cathartis, Archbeast of Interiors. On the 20th of October, Lord Andres Indoril the Nude had proclaimed this to be finished and asked for it to be sent to reviews.

   > A few hours later, Archlord Thrignar Fraxix, wearing the Thrigwig Flaxpants, sent the great claim to review, so it would encounter a wild scamp the next day and be defeated by its review! The minor Daedra found bleeders and floaters and such, but found the place to feel very much like a weavers house, so he went all 8/10. Three days after that, on the 24th of October, the Archlord Thrignar Fraxix, son of a Breton-witch, approved the interior, saying the mighty word, that is "approval."

The end.

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