Something based around Mjoll the Lioness perhaps. I'm not so convinced of a crime fighting guild so much as just an option to have destroyed the Thieves Guild as we could DB.
Sounds ridiculous, but it depends how you define Skyrim. If one were to go by a geographical definition, it is impossible to categorise Skuldafn as it lies in the Velothi mountain range, which serves as the border between Morrowind and Skyirm: it belongs to both and neither. If you define Skyrim as "the homeland of the Nords", then Skuldafn is clearly Ancient Nordic and you could comfortably define Skuldafn as part of Skyrim.
It's a lie XD They've just updated the page :(
Oh, and the Thalmor almost National Socialist to the letter.
Stormcloaks: Small state, isolationist conservatism.
Empire: Big state, centralised conservatism.
It's hard to pin the Empire down, in some areas they appear quite hands-off. Although in reality they have their hands in everything.
The problem is, nowadays conservatives are mostly liberals in the classical sense.
Free trade=Conservative/Liberal value. Individual liberty=Conservative/Liberal values. Small state=Conservative/Liberal value. Decentralisation=Conservative/Liberal value.
Neither the Empire nor the Stormcloaks are anywhere near liberal really. I suppose the Stormcloaks come close with freedom of religion, but they only really want it for their own kind (they wouldn't allow Daedra worship, for example).
The Empire is liberal from almost no perspective, except maybe in regards to race. Trade is monopolised, historically they have centrally imposed religion, skooma is banned (!) and the military is centralised with an absolute monarchy. And @Crocodile wanting a united world power is the least liberal concepts you could imagine. That is possibly one of the most socialist concepts out there.
There are no perks associated with the role of moderator. Thus, by being made staff, Atv is not doing you a favour. You are committing to do a favour for the wiki and Atv. Anyone who has talked about favouritism therefore clearly hasn't understood what it means to be a moderator.
It will stay
Then all is perfect ;)
All down to personal preference, as there are no specific benefits for certain spouses over others. You may want to watch out for Camilla Valerius though, as Faendal will follow her no matter where you choose to live.
As of yet, we do not know. Player homes is about the sum of info we have about what Zenimax have planned for ESO next year, unfortunately.
The Skyrim game guide says that Argonians go well with a good thief build. However, I have to agree with Aquila. Come up with a good back story and context, and there is no wrong way to play as any character.
Nexus has an awful lot more mods. If you want to install from the nexus, you should be able to find extensive instrunctions on the website, and specific help pages for the mods. I personally have only used the steam workshop, so can't tell you off the top off my head.
Dragonborn imo. A whole new map with totally different scenery and characters. And a soundtrack to make you cry floods of warm nostalgic tears.
I like the AzuraKnight-Pelinal comparison :P
And for the record, I think we see only two examples that can be directly classified as racist from anyone in Skyrim. That would be Rolf and the other bloke harassing the Dunmer when you first enter Windhelm. Other than that, there is literally nothing. And don't say the Grey Quarter. It's existence is purely economic.
The most racist race we see in-game are by far and away the Dunmer. I always say, if you think the Stormcloaks are "racist", you haven't played Morrowind
Go wild. Go for a scarred and war weary ashlander, once conscripted by the Imperial army but now gone rogue and fights for a living.
Considering there are tens of thousands of ESO NPC articles, and Daggerfall location pages, an algorithm like this is probably a good idea.
@OP I get the impression that it's by and large arbitrary. Era's tend to change when the land's foremost authority thinks it appropriate.