Saturday, March 31, 2012

Tamriel Rebuilt: I2-30

Tamriel Rebuilt: 
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Merry Saturday! Welcome to another session of Archive Time! Today we shall take a look at an utterly amazing interior in Necrom! The City Of The Dead! Mysterious! Yay! This specific interior includes a house of urns. Warehouse of urns. Lots and lots of urns. But as Thrignar Fraxix said when sending this claim to review back in the day, "Got to urn your keep."

      History Of The Claim:
     With uncertainty, I would wager that this claim is older than having been bred on the 14th of May, 2005. My memory tells me that that is probably just the birthday of the claims browser. The claim was first revoked Christmas of 2007 by Thrignar Fraxix, the Archlord of Reviewing. Apparently there were tileset issues. Probably due to the Now-Fallen Archbeast of Modelling, Aro10, having made a new architecture set for Necrom.

     On the 9th of January of 2008sies, the claim was set upon by a modder by the name of Peterboy, who planned on using the original work with some changes. Thrignar granted the claim and on the next day Peterboy commented about there being more changes necessary than initially expected and then claimed it to be finished on the 11th. The claim was sent to review by Thrignar the same day.

     On the 8th of March, the Now-Fallen Archbeast of Quests, theviking, reviewed the claim and foudn it to be poorly done. On the 2nd of April, Peterboy asked for the claim to be revoked, due to it having more errors than expected. Thrignar revoked the claim and mentioned that all that was probably necessary was an update to Peterboy's TR_Data, to which Aro101 bragged that his set is amazing and works fine.

     On the same day, the Now-Fallen Archbeast of Concept Art, Gez(zles) wandered onto the claim and found himself not having claimed anything in too long. Thus he claimed it. Aro101 decided to take the chance and grant his first interior claim, to which our hero, Lord Andres Indoril feigned surprise at Aro's power abuse. Aro called Andres on the feint.

    On the next day, Gez reported that he had finished the claim, leaving in some slight style mixing. The Archlord of.... I really don't know, Haplo sent the claim to review and discussed the style mixing a bit more with Gez. Nothing worth mentioning. Haplo then reviewed the claim and it was then approved by Thrignar Fraxix on the same day, that was the 3rd of April, 2008.

     On the 11th of November, 2009, Thrignar revoked the claim for repurposing, saying that Gez would get first pickings, if he was still around, due the revocation not being his fault. The shell would need to be adjusted to the new purpose. Lord Andres Indoril felt like he was the man for the job. He grabbed the urnbucket and promised to pour them all into the claim! Thrignar Fraxix granted the claim and Lord Andres Indoril finished it the next day claiming for it to be the dullest interior ever. " got to urn your keep " was what Thrignar said.

     On the same day, the Now-Fallen Archbeast Of Interiors, Cathartis, reviewed the claim rating it to be dull out of ten. " sooooooooooooooo maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaany uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuurns " was Thrignar's message of approval on the 16th of November, 2009.

The end.

No comments:

Post a Comment