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  1. Throw a little bit of Joel from Last of Us and a little bit of Mad Max together… that’s my build.
  2. Have to agree with LeBurns on the OP. If my Imperial - who is the most cookie-cutter knight ever - moves into quaint Tundra Homestead, he will do so because of the desk that sits just nicely in the main hallway that will allow him to carry out his studies when not out travelling. He will do so because of the shrine to Akatosh that sits on the shelf above his bed that allows him to pray on a crisp morning and the coldest eve. Does this mean he is going to turn his back on his ideals just so he can get Chillrend? Or shirk his knightly duties so he can collect bugs in a jar? No. I really like the AE homes - a home fit for any archetype, well detailed and unique in their one way… but I feel that the storage / displays areas should not have been item-specific. It would have added more freedom, to make the home, well, a home…
  3. The two knights emerge from the large copper-brass door, closing their eyes to the mist that lashes at their face born of the crashing falls that descends just mere inches from them. Each droplet like small frosty needles that seems to bring back Jerian from his thoughts. “Well, that could have gone better mi’lord…” says Roderic, turning to his companion squinting through the heavy mist. Jerian looks on, his face not altering, forlorn. Changing his tone, Roderic places his hand on Jerian’s shoulder “there’s no way you could have known she was a native…” Glancing his eyes towards Roderic and then back out to the stone city before him, Jerian releases a deep breath and shakes his head, yielding small pearls of water. “There was a time Roderic that I could halt a siege or quarrel without even drawing my sword… without even touching it” slowly he walks forwards making his way down large stone steps, Roderic one step behind. “In my twilight years, I find myself unable to study people…my surroundings. There was a time I could lunge forth with the fury of the Aedra and leave a Khajiit’s nape bloodless…” Jerian stops and looks at the sun, it’s god-rays beating down on his troubled brow… “I fear after this, there won’t be many more tales from Jerian the Old…” Stepping in front of him, Roderic’s face turns to one of scorn, his hand clutching his dressed wound. “Jerian the Old…? Are there many knights who could fend off forty orc’s… shieldless… on the slopes of Glenumbra…?” Etching closer, Roderic’s tone hardens… “Are there many knights who gave a woman and child a reprieve while cutting down every bandit that dare force their way into her cabin that day… with nigh a sworn brother in sight…?” Jerian’s eyes lock with Roderic’s, and takes a step back as the latter’s passion takes hold. “Eighteen winters only had I seen when learning of the great triumphs of Sir Jerian… from Stros M’Kai to Rivenspire…” clutching Jerian’s lapel, dragging him forward… “There is only one man… one knight… that any young boy wanting to show his mettle wanted to emulate… wanted to be… and that was you” Jerian looked down, unable to meet another man’s gaze for the first time… “Sir Jerian Maurard… Jerian the Strong, the Noble… the Old? Perhaps. Though this does not tell who you are… what you have been…” A harsh release sends Jerian back a step. Having a clear toll on Roderic, he lowers and sits on a stone foundation, the days toil starting to wear thin on his will. Jerian steps forward and hoists him up. “Finished…?” He says softly, a small grin appearing.
  4. Ah… I like how they used the new mechanic of fishing to sneak a few little surprises…
  5. Also, does anyone know which creation the ancient Nord mace and war hammer comes with? Was so stoked when I came across them… been a long time coming
  6. It might just be my game then. I am only at lower levels with my new characters that I have made specifically for the new CC content. I might just uninstall it and start from fresh. Thanks all for the replies, have a batch of vegetable soup on me… (heard it’s great for ones stamina)
  7. Strange. I have CC content only I don’t use mods.
  8. … the since the newest update / Anniversary edition, the wolves don’t howl again?
  9. “… we have been sent by the Lords of our realm to find one of our own. Sightings of the savages of the Reach… or Reachmen as you may know them, suggests he has joined with them” the woman glances to her side in the direction of Jerian upon hearing his opening plea. “This is a betrayal that we are honour bound to put right or avenge” Jerian, continuing to run his fingers through the plumage stops at this statement and stares blankly into the hearth. Roderic continues, pulling sharper breaths between his words “… the latter, we would prefer not to be the way this task ends…” the woman lightly dabs at Roderic’s wound and hands him a clean tunic which he slowly pull over his head. She moves to the table top and places the bloodied rags and needle atop of it, not taking her eyes off Jerian. “Am I a savage?” She quietly says, her words met with lowered brows and puzzled looks from her visitors. She glances to and from them both, and repeats “…am I a savage…? I have just dirtied my hands with the poultice I have made to save your sworn brother… I have tainted my linens with the blood of your sworn brother… yet you come into my home and refer to myself and mine… as savages…” Jerian studies the woman’s face… intricate paint covered it, and the more he looked at her, the more he began to realise that his words had cut. She was of the Reach. This woman, who had saved Roderic with a few grinds of her mortar without knowing their names, is of the same ilk that they had been sent to hunt. “I shall not keep you any longer. Go, hunt down the savages you have been sent to find. Release your friend… be it in freedom or in death…” she then turns away, but Jerian reaches forward and pulls her arm back. He then whispers “forgive me… I was wrong…” Still facing away but tilting her head back towards him the woman retorts… “save your words… Leave this place with words of warning if you would hear them…” She then turns to Jerian and her voice deepens… “This place, Skyrim… will betray you as swiftly as your prejudices if you do not keep your mind aloft…” Jerian stares blindly at the woman… finding himself unable to speak. She then yanks her arm out of Jerians grasp and leaves the room.
  10. Do you have any mods running? Most of the crashes I’ve had that recurs at the start of the game is when mods I have used clash and cause the game to corrupt.
  11. “State your business” the guardsman bellowed from the top of the stone steps. Making his way down them, the guards holds his shield high… a stoic dominance reduced to equal grounds upon Jerian’s reply. “Order of the Dragon, here for Daggerfall and it’s King” his tone softening, Jerian continues… “please, my friend is wounded. We were attacked in the mountain pass and are in need of aid, shelter, food…” Jerian holds his horse steady. The guard looks past Jerian’s shoulder and his eyes meet Roderic, clutching his chest and barely able to stand if not for the saddle of his horse. “I’ll see your horses stabled. You’ll want to make your way to the top of the city, by the falls… look for the Hags Cure…” gently taking the reins of his horse from him, the guard nods his head towards the great bronze coloured doors at the head of the steps. Jerian nods in approval, and clasps Roderic by the arm and hoists it over his shoulders. The two knights venture forth up the steps and inside the stone city, leaving the mists of the mountains and the blood spilt that day,behind them… Markarth. It was every bit as they had been told… magnificent. Stout buildings built right into the mountain face. Grey on greyest stone. A giant waterfall rained down on the city from high, painting the Keep the deepest murk iron. The city was crawling with its denizens, all talking and trading… the din almost as loud as the crashing water of the falls and the striking of anvils. Something rather serine. Jerian sees a stone building with a board swinging from its rafters… “a mortar and pestle… this must be it Roderic”. The Hags Cure was dimly lit, yet smelled like a fresh garden on the the slopes of Glenumbra. Jerian considers himself as well travelled as a silt strider… has seen the trees of Valenwood to the sands of Hammerfell, but even he has never seen some of the oddities displayed before him. “What brings you to me?” A woman, clad in black and grey scraggly hair walks forward into the dim lighting. Roderic turns to her, but falls into a stool aptly nearby “I beg you, please see to this wound… breathing does not come easy…” Jerian continues… “we were attacked on the mountain pass not far from your city gates. My friend here took an arrow to the breast…” “Indeed he did…” she lightly dabs the blood and takes a sharp whiff of it on the end of her bony finger and pulls her face away swiftly… “the wound begins to fester” she quickly walks to her alchemy table and begins grinding frantically. “I can make a poultice that will stop the infection… if you would have lingered any longer, he would have been lost to us….” Roderic looks at Jerian and hisses “all this had better be worth it…” Upon hearing this, the woman walks back over to the stool in which Roderic sat and beckoned him to remove his armour. He does this, revealing a darkened crimson tunic. She begins applying the poultice to the wound… causing Roderic to grimace in pain. “What could you possibly need in the Reach that you would willingly risk yourself for in this way?” The woman asks, not taking her eyes off her intricate work. Jerian turns away, lightly running his fingers through some frost miriam that hung above him. “…it is now that I would say our business is our own… but I fear we are going to need more aid than I could have fathomed…” Roderic glances over, a silent objection crossing his lips. The woman, still tending to the wound, raises her brow… a silent urging for Jerian to speak.
  12. The Nord removes his axe from his shoulder, and lunges forth in a sprint, bellowing loud like the clouds of Kyne. Roderic stands his ground, tightening the grip on his sword. Unwavering. The Nord woman standing a small distance behind let’s loose an arrow, which whistles past the Nords head looking for Jerian. The arrow is easily deflected by his shield. Reaching his target, the Nord throws his full weight at Roderic, knocking the knight backwards and sends him crashing to the ground. Seeing this, Jerian advances, running through one bandit with his sword and slicing open his belly, and hurls his shield at the Nord woman clattering her bow out of her hands and sending her back to the rocks. Roderic scurries to his feet just in time to avoid the axe descending down onto him, he stands atop of the axe, rendering it still and crushes the pommel of his sword into the face of his beastly foe. He does this again and again. The Nord slumps to the side, the blue woad on his head turning a dark indigo as his blood begins to flow. Close by Jerian is taken by surprise, as a bandit jumps down into him from the jutting rock above and sends them both hurtling to the ground. Much younger, the bandit recovers first and straddles Jerian and clasps his hands around his throat. Jerian grabs the mans wrists and tries to free himself, but to no gain. This foe is too strong. A fear begins to crawl over Jerian, a feeling he has not had for many a year. Once again he tries in vain to free himself from the clutches of this mans grip. Sensing the weakening of the knight, the bandit wildly smiles and raises his head to the skies and lets out a bloodcurdling scream. Then, he is silent. Jerian looks up to see the mans head tumble onto his breastplate and then down the rocky slopes. Roderic stood over him, his sword crimson. “On your feet mi’Lord…” he reaches out and pulls Jerian up alongside him. “Where are the others?” Jerian hisses, clamouring the ground for his sword. He looks around to see the blood-soaked ground and several bodies laying on top of it. Jerian, realising he must have been held longer than he thought, nods at Roderic… a silent thank you. At the side of the road, crawling away slowly, was the brutish Nord. Groaning and talking to himself, his face a red pulp of flesh and blood. The pommel of Roderic’s sword had done its duty well. The knights follow behind. Finally Jerian steps on the Nords foot, halting his slow escape. Kicking him onto his back, Jerian holds his sword aloft and rests the point of the blade to the Nord’s throat. “It did not have to be this way. You merely had to let us pass” balking at the statement, the Nord spat blood from his mouth and whispered “Not bad for a half-elf and his ageing master…” Roderic grimaced and started to walk forward, his advance halted by a raised arm of Jerian’s. “We seek to know the whereabouts of a Forsworn clan that has in their company a knight…” “Is this knight a half-elf as well?” Mocked the Nord, wiping blood away from his remaining visage… “you ask me if I know of a half-elf knight that has thrown in with other half-elf madmen that carve a living out of rocks?” Letting out a weakened laugh, the Nord continues… “if I knew of such folly, which I don’t… do you really think I would tell you? The Forsworn… do yourselves a boon and turn back. Go back home to your high towers and pitiful wenches…” resting his head back, he continues “all who meet the Forsworn do not live to tell about it… I doubt your friend is still walking Nirn. He will likely be decorating their walls…” The Nord let’s out a sickening laugh. Having heard enough Roderic tilts his sword downwards, and with a mighty push, forces the sword through the Nords neck. A small dripping gurgle, and he is gone. “I do not believe it!” Roderic turns to Jerian, with wild eyes he shouts further “I did not drag myself through musky taverns and mountains to be told by some half-wit snow-back that my struggles have been in vain!” Clutching his chest, a quick painful reminder of his wound calms him. Jerian sheathes his sword, and pulls the reins of his horse towards him. “We need to get to Markarth. As this task draws on, I feel the hopes of it’s success slipping away… stay your head on its course Roderic, or we too will slip away and be claimed by this savage land…”
  13. To be fair, I do have a laptop but it’s not been in use for some time. I’d probably get this fan fiction done by the time all the updates and firewall checks got done 😏
  14. I’m actually writing this out in my notes, iPhone lol. I think I’ve figured it out now though.
  15. Everyone, second post in A Day’s Knight has been sorted and is now readable 😉
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