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.
* I2-69 has been updated slightly.
History Of The Claim:
Silly phrase here so that every paragraph would not begin in the same way! Mushroom soup with scrib legs! The 20th of October of 2010 created this claim and then it happened that Lord Andres Indoril the Less Than Sane claimed it for himself to care for and love, because the Archbeast of Interiors, Catfaced Heart Disease, Scrib-Licker of Thousands and Linker of Kittens In My Christmas Tree, had allowed the Lord Andres Indoril of Licky Madness to have a back-up claim should he finish his previous one. Which he did months ago from the date of this post. The interior's description had said that the claim could only go to an experienced modder so Lord Andres Indoril used the "4 years is experience" card and thus won the battle, when Cathartis granted the interior telling Andres to make the place utterly awesome.
The next day, our hero, our villain, our writer, our smiter, Lord Andres Indoril the Mad, the Cad, the Rad, the Lad, had QUESTIONS! QUESTIONS FOR ALL! In fact, he wanted to know if he had made the place too large. No one replied in the thread EVER, even though Lord Andres Indoril the Titley kept asking questions throughout his time of modding the manor. He also asked that day if he should add a vault, but since no reply came, he added one anyway. People appeared to like the vault (see screenshot number two). He also uploaded his first WIP that day, probably.
On the 2nd of November, 2010, Lord Andres Indoril the Mad proclaimed that he can has mushrooms and had uploaded a WIP for he would clear his HDDs of all data and reinstall everything. He promised that after he would have finished installing necessary stuff, he would get back to modding (and so he probably did). He also thanked the reader and wished them a good night.
Lickalicklyloo, on the 22nd of November, Lord Andres Indoril the Loony proclaimed that he had finished the first three cells (Entrance(see screenshot number 1), Vault (screenshot no. 2), Servants Quarters (screenshots numbers 3 to 5)) out of the four he had planned then. He did fear that he would have to split the Upper Levels cell further up and so he did (Private Quarters (screenshots numbers 6 to 7), Tower (screenshot number 8) and Master Bedroom (screenshot number 9).
On the 6th of December, Lord Andres Indoril the Odd had proclaimed that he had finished the Upper Levels and posted again before anyone could request a status report, clever Andres, clever. He then said that this meant that four of the six cells had been finished(ish).
The 14th of December brought another WIP file that Lord Andres Indoril requested ideas for, since the tower had T-shaped rooms that he had no ideas for (and eventually just had to make something up for randomly), he also requested the removal of the previous 5 WIPs, because they started appearing in the wrong order.
On the 26th of December, Lord Andres Indoril requested the file to be sent to review, because he thought it might be finished enough.
> Later that day, the Archbeast of Interiors, that is Cathartis the Catfaced, sent the file to review, saying that Andres' previous post had looked very complex, due to having more words than you have teeth. To elaborate, Andres had written NPC notes of decent proportion.
> On the 28th of December, 2010, Scampfaced the Scamphide Steel Boots was summoned to take care of the review. Of course, that date is when he finished the review, not when he started it, but still! He found the place to be amazing and rated it Awesome out of Magnificent. He also found there to be more than a couple of dozens of errors, mostly minor, and gladly fixed them to partake in the creation of this stunning manor.
> The claim finally met the approval of the Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix of the Iron Council, on the 10th of October, 2012. Almost 2 years later, not that Lord Andres Indoril holds any resentment. Thrignar Fraxix is awesome and he always took care of the bottleneck claims during this time. The manor was lower priority.