aka William

  • I live in Texas
  • I was born on December 6
  • My occupation is Editor
  • I am Male
"You like to dance close to the fire don't you?"
―Unnamed Nord

So, I see you are visiting my page! You may want to know a little bit about me and my history with the Elder Scrolls series. It all began in 2002, my father (Who I must mention, still plays TES today, heck he's farther than I am in Skyrim!) picked up a game called "The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind" my six or seven year old mind had not once been introduced to video games.

{C}I curiously watched my father play through Morrowind, from doing the Fighter's Guild quests to finally fighting Dagoth Ur. One day in late 2002 or early 2003 I asked him, "Dad, can I play?" He smiled and said, "Of course." My interest for the game went from wanting to watch my dad, to completely wanting to take over the computer as it's master. For years I played Morrowind, mostly doing nothing but walking around cities, it may not sound interesting (Heck even know I don't know how I had fun only doing that.) but it was, and still is the most fun I've ever had playing a video game in my life.

{C}The years past and I got older, still playing Morrowind a few times every week, about a year before Oblivion released I finally got the guts to go outside the cities. It was near Dagon Fel if my memory isn't failing me. I went out and killed a few Mudcrabs and was greated by a strange message I had never seen before. "You should rest and meditate on what you have learned." I slept on the shore, and I picked my Attribute bonuses and from that moment on, explored the great land of Morrowind, beating the main quest, Fighter's Guild, Mage's Guild, ect. I remember in 2006 I saw a commercial, a commercial for a game that too would effect the gamer you see here today; "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion." Morrowind was all I knew, I wasn't a gamer, and I certainly didn't play anything besides Morrowind, my mind was mostly on eleven year old thoughts, Yu-Gi-Oh! and similar things.

I told my father about the commercial, he had stopped playing video games, as my mother set an ultimatum, either feed your video game addiction and lose me, or get over it and keep me and the kids. My dad is a great man and chose his family over his clan. But I'm getting off topic here, back to history. As I was saying, I told my father, he didn't really say anything about it, but I knew I must have it. It was not until my brother's birthday that we both got our wish. My grandmother picked me up a few days before my brother's birthday in 2007 and I saw it in the store, I quickly picked up Oblivion and took it home.

My dad, being weary at the "M" rating, decided he would have to take it for a test drive to see if it was appropriate for me and my brother to play. Luckily, he gave the green light and dove deeper into TES. A couple years pass and I got into modding, I can't tell you how many mods I must of had, it was probably close to one hundred at any given time. Mods varying from simple added items such as Moon Sugar, or complex mods like "The Lost Spires." This continued until I grew tired of the game and the mods, and I stopped playing Oblivion entirely for a good year, occasionally playing Morrowind at different times.

{C}December 11, 2010. Five years after Oblivion came out, and I saw it. "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" announced, I quickly rushed to look it up online and got extremely excited. About a month later I found this site and didn't do much. Around April I started to edit this wiki, not much, but a bit. After working on Morrowind pages and things of the sort I eventually stopped editting, and instead focused my full attention to the official Elder Scrolls Forums. I must of joined there in June, and to be perfectly honest, I knew most everyone there by name and avatar, sponging up new information as it was released.

November 11th, 2011. Game day. I got Skyrim at midnight and quickly rushed home, I put in 20 hours in the first day I played and continue to play it to this day, I chose a Khajiit mage named "M'Vassa" and he is still my main character, now I spend my time in Skyrim exploring dungeons or going on random quests, although I'm ashamed to admit I've only squeezed 60 hours since release.

Today I spend most of my time concerning TES on the older titles, Arena in particular. I tried it a few years ago but only got out of the starters dungeon, after that I shut it off. Now in 2012, I redownloaded it and am proud to announce that I am getting the hang of it and getting closer to Jagar Tharn with each day.

As of the twenty-sixth of February, 2012 I have beaten the Elder Scrolls: Arena.

As of the eighteenth of March, 2012, I have beaten The Elder Scrolls Chapter II: Daggerfall.

As of the seventeenth of April, 2012, I have rebeaten The Elder Scolls III: Morrowind and both expansions.

My current goals for TES? I wish to complete Arena, then Daggerfall, refinish Morrowind and expansions, play Oblivion to the end again with the expansions, and finally beat Skyrim for the first time. This will take me a bit of time I know, but to be a TES fan means you must dedicate your time to the series itself, and I hope in a few months I can update this and say I accomplished my goal. (And heck, might even get Battlespire and Redguard off of eBay.)

Elder Scrolls games I've played

The Elder Scrolls: Arena

The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

  • The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal
  • The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

  • The Elder Scrolls IV: The Knights of the Nine
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

My Fallout Wiki account.

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