Saturday, April 9, 2011

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-236

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Behold Archive Time! Huzzah! Whatever. Anyways, today we shall take a look at a smuggling operation somewhere around map 2. The original plan left the place with an option for some quests, but I do not know if any of them were actually poked with a ten foot pole. Screenshots after the jump and the like.

 * Also, due to sudden employment, Archive Time is now scheduled for Saturdays. I hope no one gives a pimping whip.

      History Of The Claim:
     Beholdeth! Teh claimeth was borneth on teh whatevereth....
[You observe as Lord Andres Indoril shakes his head in a very frightening yet delightfully cute manner.]
     Sorry about that. Let us try this again. This claim was born on the 14th of May of 2005. At least, that is what the claim browser wants us to believe. Can't be too trusting though. I know they plan to make us all their little cute slavethings of MADNESS and MUFFINS. Especially muffins. Don't say I did not warn you. Anyway, the first post in the claim thread, from the 18th of March of the great 2007, implies that the original claim file had not been merged to the map 2 stuffs and thus the Now-Fallen Archbeast of Questing theviking thebiking asked for a new one so he could have a stuffed Detailing Claim of map 2ness! The Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix of Flaxpants quickly revoked the claim on the basis of there being no file!

     On the same day, Starcrunch the Now-Fallen Archbeast of Unknown Subjects, quickly entered the claim asking who had previously claimed the file and then he got an answer on the next day saying that it was Neoptolemus, who had never once been logged on since theviking had been a member of Tamriel Rebuilt. Starcrunch demanded that a private message be written in the most arousing manner possible, requesting the file. Thrignar volunteered.

     On the 27th, Thrignar Fraxix told people to stop being reluctant to claim the claim because of the Neoptolemus business, saying that it is in fact irrelevant, due to the likelihood of his return being extremely low. On that message, a wild Lord Andres Indoril appeared and claimed the claim for himself, implying that he would not add any custom skeletons, also mentioning that okay maybe one, and then Thrignar granted the claims! Yay! On the 28th, the claim was finished and Thrignar sent it to review. The same day theviking reviewed the claim and on the next Thrignar Fraxix approved it.

The end.

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