Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-326

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Archive time! Huzzah! Though new claims are always nicer to look at, since they are new and such and make the Andres feel warm inside. Anyways! Today we shall take a look at an uninteresting Velothi tomb in the Sacred Lands region of the Sacred East release. Can't think of anything more to say about it, it isn't very fascinating.

      History Of The Claim:
     Once upon a time, on the 17th of January, 2007, a wild Nanu Ra appeared, who I believe was the Archbeast of Interiors at that time. He created the claim, said CLAMMING, GRANTING and 6 days after the 18th, REVOKING. One of the more ancient modders, Zalzidrax posted in the thread only to giggle about the whole incident.

    On the 25h of January, a wild Hemitheon appeared, claiming the claim for himself, hoping to make it for St. Meris, but after Archlord of Administration, Haplo, had granted the claim, the Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix, vetod that concept on the basis that the saints are buried in Necrom, but did not mind the concept of it being a tomb of someone associated with Meris.

    On the 6th of February, 2007, Hemitheon proclaimed the claim finished and Thrignar Fraxix sent it to review. The Now-Fallen Archbeast of something, Starcrunch, said that he would give the claim a review later. On the 3rd of March, Haplo sent the claim to review, saying that he would poke Starcrunch about that review. Thrignar Fraxix told Haplo that the claim had already been reviewed and sent back. Haplo was semi-confused due to there not being any review anywhere, but Thrigwig informed him that Starcrunch had given the review through IRC. On the 26th of March, Hemitheon asked for the claim to be revoked and so Thrignar revoked the claim.

    On the 27th of March, 2007, a Lord Andres Indoril appeared, claiming to be capable of taming the place well and spiffyishly boring. Thrignar granted it saying "atGnrogi, pHyin Mdapndg", whatever that means. On the next day, Lord Andres Indoril announced the claim finished and Thrignar sent it to review, impressed with the speed. Starcrunch reviewed the claim soon, fixing a lot of shit and Thrignar Fraxix sent it to final review and then approved the claim on the 3rd of April, 2007.

The end.

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