If Bethesda said that they want to create a side game of TES that you play on an events that told by a books or some characters what event would you like to play in? For me i would like to see how the terror of the great war was :)
What's on your mind?
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Okay so before I say anything I have to express that this is only a RUMOR and hasn’t been actually proven YET. So keep your hopes down while you’re reading and I hope I’m not late to the party by saying this.
Netflix is rumored to be making an Elder Scrolls Adaptation. Yep, Bethesda and Netflix haven’t said anything yet about it so it’s only a rumor as of now and I can’t say whether or not it’s actually happening but I really hope it does. Now that that’s said and done(If you wanna learn more, which there isn’t much, you should look it up, and no I haven’t watched any of the YouTube vids on it) I really wanna hear your guys’ hopes and opinions!
Personally I hope that the Netflix series(Should it exist) takes place through different times during the seasons. Hopefully it will follow the natural order which would be ESO, Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and then Skyrim plus the minor games that don’t get much credit like Dawnstar and Legends and not to mention the two books based on the time before the Great War and after the Oblivion Crisis. However with that being said I honestly hope that it’s so much more than that.
My biggest hope for the Netflix Elder Scrolls series(Should it exist) is that we’ll see so much more than what we’ve seen in the games. It would be really cool if it just followed the Septim Dynasty or if it just followed from Ysgramor or Alessia and went on to the biggest heroes and famous people across the Elder Scrolls series ending at the Dragonborn, or even showing us future Protagonists as well. Either way, I have a very good feeling about the Elder Scrolls Netflix series(Should it exist)
Anyways I’d love to hear your guys’ hopes and opinions on the series if it comes to be true that Netflix will make the series. I know sometimes Netflix doesn’t do the best with certain adaptations but that’s almost exactly like expecting an Elder Scrolls or Fallout game to not have some bugs or glitches. Either way once again there’s no found proof that the series is in the making so let’s try not to get our hopes up
Hi guys, so I thought of an idea for a Spinoff game. Basically it's just online but offline as it let's you explore the whole of Tamriel in Single Player with various side quests to complete. Here is my idea
The Elder Scrolls: Journeys
Time period: Just after Talo's conquest in the beginning of the 3rd Era
Starting Location: Similar to the Mod "Live Another Life" you spawn in a dungeon cell, get to talk to a statue, and choose a Province and an exact location to start out in that province.
Hero: play as a Dragonborn, Shezarrine, or just a plain normal hero
Factions able to join:
Emperor Zero Cult
Knights of the Eight
Morag Tong (Can't Join Dark Brotherhood if joined)
Imperial Cult (Can't Join Tribunal Temple if Joined)
Dark Brotherhood (Can't join Morag Tong if joined)
College of Winterhold (Can't join Mage's Guild or Psjjic Order if Joined)
Mage's Guild (Can't join College of Winterhold or Psjjic Order if Joined)
Fighter's Guild (Can't Join Companions if Joined)
Order of the Black Worm
Tribunal Temple (Can't Join Imperial Cult if Joined)
Psjjic Order (Can't Join Mage's Guild or College of Winterhold if joined)
Houses of Morrowind (Including House Dagoth and you can only choose one!)
Crowns & Forebears (Can only choose one!)
Companions (Can't Join Fighter's Guild if Joined)
Gameplay: There will be Nudity and Sexual Stuff, Gore, Survival Mode, and Cursing with the options to turn each or one of these off. Players will get to explore all of Tamriel and talk to historical figures such as Tiber Septim himself! Each Faction will have a certain related side quest such as quelling Rebellions (Imperial Legion) Murdering (Morag Tong and Dark Brotherhood) Mercenary Work (Companions and Fighters Guild) and etc. There will also be multiple types of Khajiit and Argonions to play as. Plus like in Oblivion and Morrowind you will raise up and earn ranks in the factions even becoming the leader of many.
So what do you think?
Idr the next number in the series but SPOILER
No idea how credible it is nor do I know the source my friend read about it on but apparently the next TES game is to be set during the Oblivion Crisis. Location unsure but possibly Cyradiil again or Black Marsh.
Something In thought would make a subtle, yet memorable addition to the races, would be to add little tics to each race, that show up whenever something happens. For example, let's say that when Khajiit are calm or are in specific emotional states, they purr, just like real cats. Or Argonians flick their tongues to get air, like real lizards. But Beast races adopting tics of real lizards and cats are one thing, what would you give to the races of elf and human?
What hero in lore would you like a game to be set in? and why?.
Asking for those who DO want it. if you dont want something like that, thats fine but this is mainly for those who do :)
Oblivion and Skyrim both gave Argonians and Khajiit very deep or raspy voices, presumably to make them seem distinct. But if a game set in Black Marsh or Elsweyr comes along, I don't think that's going to work. Deep and raspy voices are good for a minority race, but if you're in Black Marsh or Elsweyr, the beasts are going to be the majority race. So they'll need more pleasant sounding voices.
So, if you were the casting director for a future game set in Black Marsh or Elsweyr, what would you have the Argonians and Khajiit sound like? Remember, these are the voices players will hear the most.
Should it ever re-release (again, as it will most likely happen), there better be an option to play with friends. For CONSOLES. TES games get boring when you are alone.
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So I didn’t know that Akavir was a thing until now, and it’s pretty cool. What do you guys think a game based in Akavir would be like?
Elder Scrolls 6
Time Period: 4th Era 220
Plot: It is 19 years after Skyrim. Skyrim is now an independent Kingdom under the Stormcloaks, High Rock was forced to succeed and the Thalmor Seeing this started a second Great War. But The Empire, Skyrim, High Rock, and Hammerfell all United under an alliance that held back the Thalmor. It ended in a Stalemate and the 3rd Treaty of Stros Maki was singled having nether side gaining any territory. But the war had the worst Impact on Hammerfell and now the country is plunged with problems but the worst is yet to come. The Hero of course starts out as a prisoner and while escaping they find that their escape route leads to an old ruin and the hero accidentally activates a divice that releases an ancient evil god that was responsible for the destruction of Yokouda. The player must gather 7 pieces of an ancient weapon needed to destroy the God known as "The Tolenpari."
DLC #1: The Elder Scrolls 6: Orsinum
The player must travel to Orsinum where he is to settle a religious dispute between the Orcs worshiping Trinamec and the ones worshiping Malacath siding with one or the other. Regardless of the Players decisions the Cannon ending is that they end up Worshiping Trinamec
DLC #2: The Elder Scrolls 6: Stros Maki
The player will travel to Stros Maki to Ethier save the Island from Pirates or Destroy them. The canon ending is that the Pirates end up getting destroyed
Elder Scrolls 7
Location: all of Morrowind (Except Solsthiem as that will once again be a DLC)
Time Period: 4th Era 225
Plot: 5 years after Tolenpari the Game will take place in all of Morrowind minus Solsthiem. Vivec has returned and he Prophecies his retake over of Morrowind by using the Power Lorkhan's Heart that was left on Vvardenfell. This time the player has the option of joing the Antagonist but of course this aslo isn't cannon.
DLC #1: The Elder Scrolls 7: Solsthiem
You are called to Solsthiem by the All-Maker itself who revels that Hermaus Mora who now has the secrets of the Skaal is planning to use them to gain control of Solsthiem. The All-Maker blesses you as its champion with the power to defeat him. Alternatively you can join Mora but again the Latter is cannon.
DLC #2: The Elder Scrolls 7: Moonshadow
You must Travel to Moonshadow, Azura has called you to be her Champion. You must fight off a Necromancer who wishes to use her Realm for her own twisted purposes. Alternatively you may join the Necromancer but Joining Azura is Cannon.
Elder Scrolls 8
Name: Warm Sands
Time Period: 4th Era 227
Plot: Just 2 years after Vvardenfell, the plot of this game is to drive the Thalmor from Elswyer (You can aslo join them in this game but only if you are a Khajiit, Bosmer, Or Altmer and the Latter is Cannon)
DLC #1: Elder Scrolls 8: Thras
You Journey to the Homeland of the Sload, you are called there by a Sload who wishes to save Tamriel from the rest of his kinds plan. To start a second Tharsian Plague and use the Dead as an undead army to take over Tamriel. The Sload that contacted you is the Leader of Tharsian Resistance and you can either join them and put him on the Throne or Join the Evil Sload. The 1st Option is ofcourse Cannon.
DLC #2: The Elder Scrolls 8: Moontide
You are called to a Temple of the Ja'Kah'Jay, or whatever the Khajiit moon god is called. He choses you to go to the moon and defeat the Moonbeast before he can blow up Nirn using the power of Lorkhan's Heart.
DLC #3: The Elder Scrolls 8: World-Eater
Alduin Returns and you must reforge an ancient artifact that will defeat him once and for all before it's too late.
Elder Scrolls 9
Time Period: 4th Era 230
Plot: 3 Years after Warm Sands you become the champion of the God Y'ffre and are chosen to lead the Bosmeri Rebellion against the Thalmor. Alternatively like the Last game you can join them but only if you are one of the 3 previously mentioned races and again the latter is cannon. This ends the Era of Thalmor Power and begans the 5th Era
DLC #1: The Elder Scrolls 9: Return
You must travel to Stros Maki to Stop the Ghost of an Undead King from taking over the Island. Alternatively you can join the king in which you will become an undead but the latter is cannon.
Elder Scrolls 10
Location: Black Marsh
Time Period: 5th Era 50
Plot: If you are a non-argonian then the reason you can survive Black Marsh is because you are the Champion of the Hist. You have to stop a Host that has gone rogue or join it and become its champion but the latter is cannon.
DLC #1: The Elder Scrolls 10: Tosh Roka
You travel to Akavair (Not just one part the whole Continent!) Where you must stop Tosh Roka before he can invade Tamriel.
DLC #2: The Elder Scrolls 10: Blacklight
You must travel to Morrowind to stop a the ghost of the Necromancer from 7 before she can use her undead army to take over Morrowind.
Elder Scrolls 11
Location: Summerset Isle
Time period: 5th Era 75
Plot: The time has come to destroy the Thalmor! Or join them but yet again the latter is cannon.
DLC #1: The Elder Scrolls 11: Poyandona
You travel to Poyandona as Champion of the Adera to stop the Moarmer from invading Tamriel and kill their king
Elder Scrolls 12
Name: High Rock
Location: High Rock
Time period: 5th Era 100
Plot: Manimarco has returned! Defeat him which is the cannon version or join him and become the new King of Worms
DLC #1: The Elder Scrolls 12: Reach
Travel the Reach to join The Forsworn or (Canon Version) Defeat them
Elder Scrolls 13
Name: Jager Tharn
Location: All of Tamriel
Time period: 5th Era 201
Plot: The Empire has finally collapsed and out of the rubble returns the Ghost of Jager Tharn. Become the founder of the next Empire and defeat him or join him.
So, you know all of the characters you play as in previous Elder Scrolls games, what do you think the newest Elder Scrolls games would be like if you could actually encounter them? What would they be like? How would they feel about another adventurous soul? Would they change much, or not at all? What do you guys think?
While I doubt we will be visiting the home the Bosmer in 6, I suspect eventually we will get a game set in Valenwood. And one major challenge of a game set in Valenwood is how to prevent yourself from getting lost as there are no roads. The Bosmer use safe paths instead, but their not well known to non-Bosmer. So, say Valenwood eventually gets a game, how would you duplicate the use roads of the other games without actually putting in roads?
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So, from in-game books and lore, we know that Black Marsh is a very hard to cross area, and only argonians are able to live in it, as they addapted to the zone.
Many want a Black Marsh game, yet character customization, one of the games main features, couldn't really be possible. Also, It would be pretty hard to create some quest lines and sidequest lines.
That is why an "Adventures" title would work. The story would be like: The Thalmor has invaded the land and started using the Hist Trees for their magic. It's up to you to save them.
What do you think?
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1- you have the ability to travel to the rest of Nirn
2- You can become Jarl or even High King of Tamriel
3- Introduce religion
4- Bring the Arena from Oblivion back, I loved that place.
5-Big Cities, we all know that Skyrims cities are underwhelming.
These probably won't happen but a fanboy can hope.