Today Written in Uncertainty is engaging in far more speculation than usual, although with no less uncertainty. We’re looking into the future, and trying to infer significance in things (probably) devoid of detail. Today we’re asking, what IS going to happen with The Elder Scrolls 6? Blog post: https://writteninuncertainty.com/podcast/tes6 —- Send me an email: firstname.lastname@example.org… Continue reading Minisode: What do we know about The Elder Scrolls 6?
The Reachfolk’s Origins On Tamriel The Reachfolk are a culture of men that inhabit the area of Tamriel that sits on Skyrim’s western border and High Rock’s eastern border. They are called Bretons by pretty much everyone, but they have some unique history that separates them from the rest of High Rock. They’re as much… Continue reading What are the Reachmen?
Written in Uncertainty recently had the pleasure of having an interview with ESO Loremaster Leamon Tuttle, and we chatted about the lore in ESO, the character of Sotha Sil and the Tribunal, how Antiquities was developed, the joy of Nietzsche and a whole bunch of other stuff. Thanks to Leamon for his time, and I hope you enjoy!
Today on Written in Uncertainty I’m discussing some things that have been central to the Elder Scrolls and also kind of on the edge, objects containing immense knowledge that can leave reads entirely clueless. Things that are potentially beyond the gods of Mundus themselves. Today we’re asking, what actually ARE the Elder Scrolls? Check out… Continue reading What are the Elder Scrolls?
Special episode! I did an interview with The Elder Scrolls Lorecast over the weekend. We talk perspectives on the lore, some history of the franchise, hopes for ES6 and a whole grab-bag of other stuff, including some bits about Immanuel Kant. Episode will be out later this week/over the weekend as normal. Check out the… Continue reading Interview with The Elder Scrolls Lorecast
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we’re discussing one of the most contentious texts in The Elder Scrolls, one that was written to end a war, and possibly just started another one. A text that has called for the birth of new worlds, new ideas, and a perfect marriage. Today we’re asking, what is C0DA?… Continue reading What is C0DA?
This week on Written in Uncertainty, we’re discussing one of the places that is at the edge of sight in the Elder Scrolls lore, almost there and almost not. A place that comes from a tale of razors, monkeys and fire alarms. Today we’re asking, what is Lyg? Check out the show’s website: https://www.writteninuncertainty.com/podcast/lyg Talk… Continue reading What is Lyg?
Today on Written in Uncertainty, we’re discussing a figure that is both towering in scope and very personal, infinitely variable and one that often follows a pattern. And it’s one that we’ve all been. Today we’re asking, why are Elder Scrolls protagonists always prisoners?
Welcome to Written in Uncertainty! This episode outlines my perspective on the lore, and what that means for how I’ll be talking about it in the podcasts.