The Tales Of A Woodelf In Kvatch

 

Jennifer Steiner’s tales of Talisa the Woodelf in Cyrodiil.

A long time ago, Jennifer created a blog for her creative mind to run wild. That blog, Woodelf Adventures, gave her a way to turn something as simple as playing The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion into stories that she fabricated around her character.

Not only did she get me to start writing on my own here, but her stories of Talisa inspired me to try something similar with The Long Dark. If you’re a fan of that sort of writing, take a moment to go read what she has so far. Her latest post is about the Battle of Kvatch, and if a trip down memory lane isn’t enough, there’s also the dramatization of the battle itself that she’s put together to keep you interested.

Blood and sweat dripped down my body as I faced down yet another scamp. I slashed at its face as it lunged forward, creating another hole in its head. Once I had returned with the Sigil Key, I approached the guards and Captain Matius. They couldn’t believe that I had survived the gate and had […]

via The Battle For Kvatch — Wood Elf Adventures

4 thoughts on “The Tales Of A Woodelf In Kvatch

  1. I really love when a game captures someone and inspires them to write. The Elder Scrolls have been hands down one of my Favorite series of games ever. I remember thinking about Kvatch and wanting to know what it was like before the destruction.

    I plan to keep up with both of you, check out my blog if you get a chance Im just getting started. Thanks!
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    1. I’d be happy to take a look at your blog. Thank you for taking the time to read this! Jennifer was really excited to finish this latest post now that she has more free time to actually write.

      The only reason your comment was delayed by the way is that it was sitting in my moderation folder. It kicks back any comments that include links to other sites. Just a heads up!

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