Tuesday Tunes: Summer-set

“The summer sun sets on Summerset.” – song title on a purloined item in TESO

To celebrate the early access gameplay of Summerset, the newest chapter of The Elder Scrolls Online which launched yesterday, I offer up these three songs about summer.

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Midweek Screen-Shots

Five days from today opens the latest chapter in my computer game of choice, The Elder Scrolls Online. New skill lines, a new crafting ability, and changes to some existing in-game features will also occur.

Here are a few of my most recent screen-shots from gaming fun over the past couple of months. Plenty more will be shared after the next chapter launches!

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Sunday Screen-Shots

I rescued this post from the trash-can and updated it. Summerset Isle is coming soon! I can’t want to have a grand, new location for my Sanctuary guild-hall.

It will be epic.

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Repairing a door after a successful capture.

Siege engines up – retake the crucial home keep!

The Doctor has taken the crown – an excellent display of teamwork!

Time away from the battlefield; visiting a lonely grave.

A feathered friend squawks approval.

Standing on the balcony of her grand, new manor…

…Sepultur’a surveys the courtyard, admiring the fruits of her labours and trials.

A reflecting pool, graced by the goddess of dawn and dusk.

Greeting a welcome guest…

…the knighted Titan-born in his finery.

Taking in the lovely scenery…

Sitting upon the hard-won throne. It is surprisingly comfortable!

Flanked by loyal, faithful, and trustworthy companions.

Having a drink near the statuary and shrubberies.

Time for an intimate meal…dessert to follow.

Beta Testing

Beta testing for TESO’s newest chapter begins soon, and I can’t wait to check out the new stuff. I’ve participated in a few beta tests, some before the game officially launched, and a couple since then.

The sneak preview on Friday’s Twitch-cast has me drooling. New lands to explore. New skills to learn. New homes to acquire.

Last, but not least, the new chapter fits seamlessly with my ongoing fan faction and fills out the back-story of my main characters.

This multiverse keeps providing much entertainment.

There’s far more to it than the amateur role-playing that many seem to engage in.

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Gaming Memes & Music

“Full Frontal Thursday” will return next week with a brand-new installment. I decided to re-package my favourite memes and music for my fellow gamers as we thwart each other’s attempts to earn anniversary rewards during The Elder Scrolls Online in-game event.

There are many similarities between my fellow gamers and my fellow bloggers. It must be an internet thing.

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Wordless Wednesday: Scenic Screen-Shots

I will be periodically live-streaming my gaming sessions Friday and over the weekend as the ESO anniversary event draws to a close. Sorting of screen-shots and adding to my fan fiction is ongoing.

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Celebratory Screen-Shots: TESO Anniversary Event! (Re-blogged)

Today marks the 4th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls Online, so I’m re-posting these screen-shots from last year’s event.

New ones will be posted soon!

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Eyrie Of An Aries

In light of the special events taking place during the three-year anniversary of the launching of The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO), I figured that I’d share a few screen-shots of the fun and festivities! If this doesn’t entice at least ONE of my readers to join in, then nothing will…but, that won’t stop me from enjoying this multi-layered, engaging, hellaciously fun game. With the upcoming addition of the Morrowind expansion, I expect to be playing for the next five years, at least!

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Anniversary voucher

Hmmm…a special cake?

The well-renowned chef

Better-looking than Gordon Ramsay…

…far easier to speak with…

…and much easier to please!

Giving the required ingredients

Waiting patiently with the crowd

Yes – it’s done!

Freshly-baked goods…

…let us eat cake!

Anniversary gift box after completing a daily quest – there are many!

Relaxing at a keep after battle

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Sepultura’s Saturday Screen-Shots: Steampunk City! (Re-blogged)

Eyrie Of An Aries

Here’s a small selection of some of my most recent in-game screen-shots, as promised! In these images I’m exploring the new, steampunk-styled land of The Elder Scrolls Online, the awesome game that I enjoy playing. I’ll be live-streaming some gameplay later on this evening, so tune in to my Twitch channel if you’re awake, grab a drink and a snack, and watch the fun!

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Sampling a freshly-made batch of the old crone’s brew.

Flame-inspired meditation in the forest…very relaxing.

A new tree has sprung up in the garden of the grand manor…

It is certainly an interesting addition!

The entrance to the city of cogs and gears.

What the…? I’m shrinking!

Facing off against an army of automatons…

There – that should take care of them!

The new scenery is fascinating, and quite pleasing to the eye.

New quests and adventures await the intrepid explorer!

Paying due…

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TESO: The Next Chapter

One of the best things about The Elder Scrolls Online is that the anniversary of the initial launching occurs just after my week-long birthday celebration ends.

A free-play weekend is going on, leading up to the Jester’s Festival which coincides with the aforementioned anniversary event. A new chapter is coming on 5 June. Gaming geeks such as myself, who have pre-ordered the special collector’s edition, will get to start our adventures during the last week of May.

I’m looking for my beta-test invite in my email inbox. I’ll be streaming some gameplay over the weekend as well. My list of viewers is finally growing. I just needed to work with people who actually do what they say they will, and who know what the definition of work ethics really is.

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* UPDATED Friday, 23rd March *

Just a quick correction: The 5 June release date of the new chapter, Summerset, is for Xbox and PlayStation users. 21 May is the launching of the new chapter for PC and Mac users.

Mercury is retrograde in my sign of Aries, so miscommunications and misunderstandings might occur more often.

See? I can acknowledge when I’m wrong.

Others would do well to do the same.

Especially when they pretend to be perfect, give unsolicited advice, and look down on everyone who isn’t in their remedial little clique.

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