Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-336

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Welcome back to another session of Archive Time!, I hope all of you have a pleasant March. Unless I hate your guts. Then I wish you only a rather nice March. Anyway! Today we shall take a look at a silly little kwama egg mine that has a "hidden" Velothi manor included. This was already included in Antediluvian Secrets, in which they forgot to NPC the mine and placed a lich instead of a vampire, which the place was meant to hold. It was even obvious enough for UESP to comment on that. Seriously. Well, one can hope that the next version would be less problematic in that manner, but I would not be so sure. Anyway, screenshots beyond the jumpy thingy as usual. Enjoy and whatnot. Also, I have to kiddingly add that this was the first time I broke two of the Interior guidelines, adding both NPCs and scripts. The NPCs were only added because they were required for the script to work.

      History Of The Claim:
     The creation of this claim dates back to the third of February of 2007. On the day of its creation, Lord Andres Indoril the Slightly Insane On Occasion, claimed the claim for himself, promising to follow the claim description, which was "A cave that looks like a Kwama mine. A VERY small Velothi ruin is in this cave. The cave itself isn't much, but the ruin is decorated with some loot. It's a reward for exploring a Kwama mine, as no one ever does." The claim was happily granted by the Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix the Lulz.

    On the tenth of February, 2007, Lord Andres Indoril mentioned that he had finished the architecture of the mines, and that was all that had been done by then. I do hope this is not because of lazyness and is instead because of the next weeks archive time. Oh well, I dunno. Anyways, on the seventeenth, Lord Andres Indoril posted that he had finished the mines and was curious as to what to make of the ruin. He offered it to be a manor for a non-aggressive lich or vampire. Two days later, he had to bump the claim, because there was no reply. The larger part of the commenters agreed with the vampire concept as long as there were no signs that the mine had any humanoid miners. As it did not, Lord Andres Indoril based the design on the vampire concept.

    On the fourth of March, 2007, Lord Andres Indoril had finished the claim and had it sent to review, which was accomplished by the Archlord of Administration, Haplo the Wappyhappy. On the fifth, the Now-Fallen Archbeast of Quests, theViking commented on how he liked the general feel, but was uncertain of how the script worked in the handling of loot. Andres commented on it, explaining it and then Thrignar Fraxix approved the claim.

The end.

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