Saturday, March 17, 2012

Tamriel Rebuilt: I4-279

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Greetings! Another session of Archive Time! is at hand, loaves! Today we shall take a look at some slave shack in what appears to be the Othras Plantation. It has bedrolls for slaves and some muck. Yup. Just some muck. Not much, but some muck. Isn't that great. Admittedly this interior was only mine to detail up a bit. Was a bit underdetailed and misdetailed... Luxuries no self-respecting slaver would let their slaves have. Mostly because booze and skooma lower productivity.

      History Of The Claim:
     Unleashed for claiming on the 29th of January, 2009, this claim was ignored until the 1st of March, when the claim-hunter, that goes by the name of Aeven, declared it to be his for taming. He envisioned it being a relaxed shack, with only four slaves in it. The Now-Fallen Archbeast of Interiors, NomadicOne, granted the claim and on the 13th, Aeven considered the claim finished. Sent to review by the Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix, on the same day, Strykah reviewed it on the next, finding it to be very sparse, but accepting the fact that it was a slave shack to be an acceptable excuse.

     On the 12th of June, 2009, Thrignar Fraxix finaled the claim, finding only 30 references and saying WTF NO. Aeven claimed to have increased the number to 67 by the 21st and the claim was returned to review with the comment that 67 was certainly an improvement over 30. On the 27th, the claim was reviewed by Agram, who found there to be only 40 references.

     On the 27th of September, 2009, Thrigwig noticed that this claim had been reviewed and sent it back once more, due to it being undercluttered. Aeven expressed hatred towards the shack and Thrignar asked why Aeven would not simply revoke the claim then. Aeven accepted the offer and the deed was done.

     On the very same day, the claim-hungry Lord Andres Indoril offered to maul the claim into submission without the use of cookies. Thrignar Fraxix demanded cookies. On the next day, Lord Andres Indoril had used cookies to beat the claim into submission and had removed some skooma. Thrignar Fraxix facepalmed at the mention of skooma and sent the claim to review. The one that is now the Archbeast of Interiors, reviewed the claim and found some booze and a slave bracer that Andres had forgotten to remove from Aeven's file. The claim was approved on the 16th of November in the year of 2009 by Thrignar Fraxix, as he is the man with the approvepan.

The end.

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