Saturday, June 16, 2012

Tamriel Rebuilt: I3-639

Tamriel Rebuilt:
By Lord Andres Indoril.

    Good day! Welcome to the last Archive Time! The very last! This ends the Archive Time! series! No more Archive Time! past this, I say! No more! That is it! From now on, blogposts will be all whatever I am currently doing and not at all about what happened before starting this blog and the like! Now! I show you this!

    Lan Orethan. The great woods of the Indoril. Known for its requirement of a map to navigate the damn place. In these woods, we find the Nethril Plantation, the home of an Indoril Councillor. We shall take a look into a part of this manor that some would just ignore,  but the clever NPCer stuck the councillor in, so everyone has to visit my chapel! Yay! Chapeltime! CJ, the yay has arrived in Lan Orethan.

      History Of The Claim:
     Created on the 27th of December, 2009, this claim was quickly captured by Aeven, with plans of making this a chapel. The Archlord of Reviewing, Thrignar Fraxix, refused to grant the claim as Aeven had recently been dropping claims as if they were bad jokes.

     On the 31st of December, 2009, Aeven attempted again and this time Thrignar Fraxix did grant the claim, mentioning that he would not be happy if Aeven had the claim revoked again. The Archlord of Haploing, Haplo, reminded Aeven that Aeven was approaching the one month mark on the 23rd of January, 2010.

     On the 9th of February, 2010, Thrignar Fraxix revoked the claim announcing to Aeven that he was not happy. Lord Andres Indoril quickly jumped into the affair declaring that he was happy with this turn of events and claimed the claim for his own claimentation, considering the use of the WIP file. Thrignar Fraxix granted the claim and Lord Andres Indoril decided against using the WIP file as it was too large. Lord Andres Indoril had finished the claim soon after and Thrignar Fraxix sent the file to review.

     Praedator found it in review on the very next day and liked the chapel, mostly mentioning the fact that one can't simply step onto the ledges and that there were some things that just jumped around at will. Lord Andres Indoril replied that as long as those objects were left untouched, they stayed still. Praedator agreed to steering clear of them and pondered as to what might be the cause. Lord Andres Indoril replied that it is probably some weird form of mesh error and that it was not his specialty, hiding his promotion in the Modellers and Texturers usergroup.

     The 28th of February brought the Archbeast of Literature, Nanu Ra, to give the place another review and found no errors from after Praedator's fix. He praised Lord Andres Indorils attention to detail and creativity and whatever. He was curious as to how the elevated areas would be reached. Lord Andres Indoril replied that since there are no fat dunmer, the priests could easily just step right up. Alternatively, sit on the edge and pull the legs up. Thrignar Fraxix approved the claim on the 5th of May, 2010.

The end.

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