Saturday, June 18, 2011

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-49

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Archive time once more! Today we shall look at a silly thing that some consider a... Well... I dunno any more! Anyways, it is in Necrom and has a lot of urns and ash pits and some altars and the like.

 * I3-700 has been updated slightly.

      History Of The Claim:
     Whilst the claim had been born on the 14th of May in 2005, the first sign of life in it was on the 20th of October, 2006, when the Now-Fallen Archlady of Reviewing, Lady Nerevar, said the claim had no flies. Or files. Quite sure it was flies. She then proceeded to say that it is in the same category as the tombs.

     On the 21st of October, 2007, the claim was finally released to the modders to play with by the Archlord Of Whateverthefuckitisthathedoes, Haplo! Yay! The Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix quickly claimed it to feel the Necrom rush, yeah. Haplo granted the claim, requesting for Thrigwig not to fuck it up.

     On the 17th of December, 2007, The Now-Fallen Archbeast of [Censored] theviking reminded the Thrigwig that the Necrom architecture had been tossed into TR_Data for awesomes and that he should nom the claim a lot. On the 10th of January, 2008, Thrignar Fraxix revoked the claim because he had only claimed it to have a Necrom claim and he had gotten his old claim back.

     On the 4th of April, 2008, a wild Lord Andres Indoril appeared and used claim. The claim was claimed and was promised to be fucked up. The Thrignar Fraxix granted the claim and then the Andres got tips from Hemitheon as to how to make proper Necrom stuffs, which were actually good tips and can be seen used on the screenshots. On the 7th of April, Lord Andres Indoril said finito and Thrignar Fraxix replied banana.

     On the 14th of April, a wild agram encountered the claim in review and fixed errors and the like and commented on the amount of urns, to which Andres said that the priests have to put all the bonemeal somewhere. On the 25th of April, Thrigwig approved the interior.

The end.

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