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The wonderful concept art of The Elder Scrolls Online

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Here’s a bunch of concept art for The Elder Scrolls Online, showing off dragons, demons and furniture. And that’s about all I have. Seriously, I could take forever about Skyrim, but I know buggerall about the online world of Tamriel. Anyway, feel free to stare and marvel at the fine art after the link. I’m off to go make myself some breakfast. Yes, I know it’s past noon.

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Thanks to AGB for the images. And to my local butcher for the delicious venison mini-pie.

Last Updated: March 26, 2014

22 Comments

  1. But why is the game then MEH?

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    • Willem Swanepoel

      March 26, 2014 at 14:08

      It is not really meh … it is actually fun and interesting.

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  2. Hammersteyn

    March 26, 2014 at 12:53

    And here’s the conceptualized wall paper for their offices thanks to the arm and a leg subscription.

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    • Willem Swanepoel

      March 26, 2014 at 14:09

      $15 sub is not an arm and a leg subscription.

      I am shocked that people use that as an excuse for not playing the game.

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      • Hammersteyn

        March 26, 2014 at 14:23

        Really? What is $15 in Rand value? R160 give or take. Paying this every month weather you play or not is an arm and a leg. If you play this a year it amounts to R1920 if the rand doesn’t fall further.

        All this despite the fact that there are vast amounts of other online games that doesn’t charge a subscription. I am shocked there are people who would easily pay the subscription.

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        • Sk3tz0

          March 26, 2014 at 14:39

          If u been Paying WoW subs for god knows how long this is pretty much nothing really

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          • Willem Swanepoel

            March 26, 2014 at 14:44

            When I was playing WoW a lot I didnt buy a game for almost a year, even 2 years.

            I have actually saved more money when I was playing WoW 😉

          • Hammersteyn

            March 26, 2014 at 14:51

            I haven’t, because subs.

        • Willem Swanepoel

          March 26, 2014 at 14:39

          yet, we have people who smoke 2 packets of cigarettes a day on average for 30 days that ends up R2100 a month. That is R25200 a year.

          We waste money on stuff like sweets, entertainment .. watching movies. We waste money on takeaways, we waste money on stupid expensive cars…

          For what ?? For our own entertainment …

          Paying R160 per month for really good entertainment does not come close to an arm and a leg.

          Games like GW2 that is a F2P is boring as watching paint dry for me but I should play it because it is free.

          Free games or subscription free games does not always add value.

          hell, even if you buy 1 game every 2 months… R800 for a console game and I find ESO worth paying R160 a month and only play ESO for about 6 months. I still beat your budget you spend on games.

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          • Jedi JJ

            March 26, 2014 at 14:57

            Ah. Sies. Buying sweets is in no way wasting money.

          • Willem Swanepoel

            March 26, 2014 at 14:59

            hahaha 😉

          • Jedi JJ

            March 26, 2014 at 15:01

            But. On that point. I don’t have any form of tv, because I feel it’s a waste of money. My internet and my gaming is my whole household’s entertainment. And it works out really cheap.

          • Willem Swanepoel

            March 26, 2014 at 15:03

            Same here, no way that I am going to pay R700 a month for DSTV 🙂

            On that note… Hammersteyn should not even pay for an internet connection because you have to download and use it every night else you going to waste money 😉

          • Hammersteyn

            March 26, 2014 at 14:58

            I don’t want to tie myself to a game with a monthly sub. Once you pay a sub you have to play the game or it’s money wasted. And if you have to play it you can miss out on other games as well. I play Planetside 2 which is F2P so I can play it in my own time. Sure you can spend money on the game but it is completely optional and its not pay to win. There there is Hawken,Neverwinter Nights,Warframe and Blacklight Retribution which I played in the last six months. All good games that I could enjoy without paying a cent.

  3. Jedi JJ

    March 26, 2014 at 13:24

    Better than the actual game.

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    • Willem Swanepoel

      March 26, 2014 at 14:08

      huh ? Im confused …

      The game looks pretty amazing …

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      • Jedi JJ

        March 26, 2014 at 14:11

        I’ve had two weekends playing it (after having gotten free keys).
        I didn’t like it at all.

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        • Willem Swanepoel

          March 26, 2014 at 14:21

          hehe cool.

          It is actually interesting that how each MMO works for different people.

          The last time I was this excited about a MMO was when SWTOR was released.

          Both had 2 things in common. Good story and an interesting crafting system. Everything else was also fun but that was standing out

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          • Jedi JJ

            March 26, 2014 at 14:57

            See, I don’t mind MMO’s. But the Elder Scrolls isn’t MMO type of gaming. That’s what broke it for me. This game isn’t an Elder Scrolls game, they shouldn’t have called it one just because they could use the lore. It doesn’t play like one.
            That’s the beef I have with it. If they called it something else, I would probably have liked it.

          • Willem Swanepoel

            March 26, 2014 at 15:06

            Interesting, it is probably why it is working for me because I never got into the whole elder scrolls lore thingy. Skyrim was the first elder scrolls game that I have properly started to play and I am still getting to know the lore.

            Apparently, if you hit lvl 50 in ESO and follow the story, it solve a lot of lore issues in the game.

          • Jedi JJ

            March 26, 2014 at 15:11

            Hmm. That’s interesting.
            I’m gaining on level 63 in Skyrim on my second playthrough. So I’m a bit of an Elder Scrolls nut.

  4. BriBriSM

    March 26, 2014 at 20:28

    Wait so what part of Tamriel is this game taking place in?

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