This is just a guess, but it seems like you were attacked by the ghost of Lysandus. If you stay outside in the city of Daggerfall during the night, he will appear in a terrifying manner and start chasing you. Fighting him when you just started the game is not recommended as you will just triumphantly die. This only happens in that one city, and if you spend your time inside a shop, or most preferably inn since loitering is illegal, then you'll be fine.
^ Amazing that you did it, but I still have no clue how I can do it too. Desktop is easy, I've figured that out, but the button to what I assume is for adding hyperlinks on phone doesn't do anything.
The other day at the bookstore I ran across that one book that is parodied by Confessions of a Dunmer Scooma Eater (how do you even add links from mobile help). I decided to buy it next time I stopped by, but they removed it from the display it was in and now I have to ask the staff in order to get it.
How about I chime in for a change and help move discussion along? It's been a while since I participated in these and I've forgotten the /d users entirely.
I feel like I haven't read a good amount of books to pick a favourite one out of them, so I'll just recommend the one I'm currently reading, the Lady of the Camellias by Alexander Dumas. A friend of mine that can easily go through 10 books a month urged me to buy it, and so far I'm really enjoying it.
Speaking of, she's actually the reason I've picked up reading again after stopping in middle school, and why I am starting to get interested in the classics. Even if it's just reading while I'm commuting, I enjoy the feeling, and I've started browsing bookstores for new stories to pick up.
My first TES game was Oblivion, I remember my dad bought it on impulse during a sale because he thought it would be something I'd like to play (he was correct). That was fairly recently, 2015 iirc, and I was immediately hooked. After playing around with it for a few months (yeah, I have yet to actually complete any of the games), I decided to buy Skyrim since that was the most famous of the bunch. It was because of all the bugs I encountered in that game that I had to start looking for ways to fix them in the wiki. Having my desktop occupied with the game screen, I found that the Wikia mobile app was perfect for looking up solutions to my problems while I was playing the game. That was actually what introduced me to the TES fandom, and what ultimately urged me to get involved with it, of all things.
It's because I used to be so active in the app that I got as into the games as I did. Had I not interacted with the people here back when I first made my account, I don't think I would have ever gotten to know the series as much as I do now, or owned the games that I now have. Other than this one app, I've tried being part of fan communities in Amino, subsribed to a few TES related subreddits in Reddit, and joined a few Discord servers, but I have not been nearly as active in those platforms as this wiki.
I think the types of fans change depending on the platform you are on, those that think alike gather around the same places. The Amino community, for example, focused primarily on builds, fanart of their OC, and roleplaying, things I don't have any interest in, which is why I never engaged there. r/teslore still has some posts that seem foreign to me, but it's one of the communities I will spend some time on, although never participate. Seeing how the vast majority of the fandom seems to talk about Skyrim mechanics all the time, I find it refreshing when something else is on the table.
When I first became envolved with the fandom I didn't realise just how much Skyrim is talked about, but it became easy to notice after a while. At first I would participate in discussions about the game, I started finding them repetitive, and the subject being the game I was least interested in from the main line, I participated less and less. It was because of those discussions though that I realised the games had a lot more to offer than what I was seeing, so I started looking for more and more threads that discussed about lore. I never got too deep into it, but I think I've ended up knowing a lot more than the average fan from just observing other people debate.
Still, despite getting interested in all the games' hidden stories, I just ended up looking at memes making fun of all those ridiculous concepts. When discussing lore, I've seen many that would get overly serious, and after a while I started finding it suffocating, so I gradually shifted to more easygoing communities.
(I have definitely forgotten to answer one or two of the questions asked in the process of writing this, if you need more say so)
Right now, ESO Morrowind comes free along with the base game. If you buy the standard edition the DLC will be included and can be accessed immediately. I don't think you'd be able to find it separately unless you owned ESO before that was possible.
^ Well, colour me surpirsed. I don't know if I'll ever start reading it, but I might check out a chapter or two at one point.
I don't think I even need to read the article, but it's an isekai, isn't it?
^ It stopped working *as well* I said. Posts wouldn't load as quickly and while scrolling through them at some point it stopped showing how many replies there were, that sort of thing. At that point, it was better to just stick with the new app.
Yes, this is possible. I would use the two apps interchangeably at some point in time, but the original one eventually stopped working as well, and since there are no longer any updates for it, I settled for the FANDOM unified app.
It's a tag. It's used to further categorise posts, and make them easier to find. Depending on the content of the post, you can select a wiki page that fits it and add it as a tag. It has been a forum feature up until now, good to see the discussions making an effort to get with the times.
It also makes it possible for the post to show up while browsing the relevant wiki page, meaning more people will be likely to see it.
I think you can only add them from desktop right now, I haven't made a post in a while.
The game is still in early access, even though it has been widely released to the public. Because of it, it's not currently available in all devices, you should find a list with where you can play it on in The game's site. They are very limited at the moment, and only the newest devices can download it.
Although I haven't been following the complaints, there was an issue that made it close to impossible to advance through the game without spending money. An update just released that fixed the core of the problem, so it is a lot better now. I am currently enjoying the game, it's a good pastime if you want to play it casually.
How did you manage to make an Oblivion character look human. This is something I have yet to do myself. Then again, I'm not really trying if I haven't spent half an hour on character creation.
^ I see. My German is pretty much forgotten at this point and I can't really be hanging out around there, so I wouldn't know the context.
^ If that's the case, then it would be better to use much less sarcasm when replying in the future, since it's very easy to not consider them as just jokes when phrasing it like that.
^ In a very much established game that does not contain any sort of fanfiction called Elder Scrolls Online. Much more specifically, by playing the definitely canon DLC Clockwork City.
^ Go to a browser and change the number of the page in the URL until you find it. Discussions came here in 2015 and it was normal for people to just spam shit all over the place back in early 2016, you'll never get anywhere with this.
Just to clear some of the confusion about the random button here, the app does not have the capability of letting you choose from all 60k articles we have, so even though the results are random, they are taken from a smaller selection comprising of our most popular pages. Those popular pages for obvious reasons happen to be related to Skyrim. The random button in the browser version, however, does not have such restriciton and will give you a truly random page.
Yes, the things you can get with crown gems is all that is available for the specific season's crown crate that you can purchase. However, since the chances of getting the cool things you want are low, and the amount of crown gems you might get from opening a crown crate is not that much to get anything good, I wouldn't really buy them. There are other ways to get them, with daily rewards and Twitch stream giveaways, and they do pile up after a while.
If you don't any of the bigger DLC for ESO I'd definitely recommend buying crowns to get one. If you're just missing dungeon DLC, I've heard it's not worth it that much, so better to spend your money on something else.
Furnishings are always nice, but it I think it would feel a bit of a waste to spend crowns for those,at least compared to costumes.
Imo, crown crates are nice to get, but since I don't remember how many crowns one is worth, I'd hold back on those. You might not get nearly enough gems from the stuff you earn after all, although there might be a costume or something that you win.