Today on Written in Uncertainty we’re investigating one of the most fundamental forces of the Aurbis, that is represented by powerful gods, and affects us here on Earth. Today we’re asking, what is Time in the Elder Scrolls?Note: I go off-script more than usual in this episode, so the audio has quite a bit more… Continue reading What is Time in the Elder Scrolls?
Today on Written in Uncertainty we’re looking at one of those things where sufficiently advanced magic becomes indistinguishable from technology, where a god was made and then made a tool of conquest, and breaks the world whenever it’s switched on. Today we’re asking, what is the Numidium?
Today on Written in Uncertainty we’re looking at a being and a god who is a fusion of people and place, the embodiment of a bond that defines a culture. Today we’re asking, what is the Wilderking? —- Send me an email: email@example.com Talk Elder Scrolls lore with other fans at the Written in Uncertainty… Continue reading What is the Wilderking?
Today we’re casting off from Tamriel and going adrift in strange seas. Or maybe just stepping sideways into another world altogether, asking what is Oblivion?
Written in Uncertainty looks at one of the fundamental forces of Tamriel, that is pat of the very character of Mundus itself, although it may have been some happy accident. Today we’re asking, what is magic on Tamriel, and how does it work?
Today on Written in Uncertainty we’re taking a look up into the skies of Tamriel, examining celestial bodies that everyone knows are there, but can’t really agree on. Are they dead? Are they funeral lanterns? Are there more of them? Today we’re asking, what are the moons in The Elder Scrolls?
This week on Written in Uncertainty we’re looking at a culture that has been shaped by conflict and hardship throughout its entire history, willingly inflicting pain and suffering on themselves and others. This week we’re asking, what can we learn from the history of the Chimer?
Today on Written in Uncertainty we’re looking at something that drives both the lore and the games, that is based on the very structure of Tamriel itself. It’s driven pretty much every major war on the continent, and also, paradoxically, has brought it peace. Today we’re asking, why does Tamriel need an Empire?
Written In Uncertainty analyses Varieties of Faith, looking at all the various gods of the pantheons of Tamriel, discussing every god from Arkay to Zenithar in their turn.
Today on Written in Uncertainty we’re talking about an enemy of the Chimer and Dunmer people, who has stalked throughout their history, haunted their dreams, and threatens to remake not just Morrowind, but also the entire Aurbis from the inside out. Today we’re asking, what is the Sharmat?