Hailing from Canada, Sarah is a trained jeweler, illustrator, graphic designer, editor, and writer who currently works as a freelance fiction editor and book cover designer. Some of her most popular Morrowind mods include Uvirith’s Legacy, Books of Vvardenfell, and recently The Tea Mod and Uvirith’s Legacy (released after the time of this interview) for Morrowind.
How did you get involved with modding?
My brother gave me a copy of Morrowind in 2006, and I later bought both expansions for it. At the time, I’d been making minor mods and maps for Civilization IV, but never got heavily into it. I played Morrowind for a week or two before delving into modding. I was disappointed with the first stronghold I got in the game, Rethan Manor, so it didn’t take long for me to jump into the Construction Set to try to improve it. My first mod was a mess, and so was the next–unpublishable–but while learning I discovered the modding community. I remember distinctly how Fliggerty made me the most welcome and helped answer my most complicated scripting questions. I’ve tried to pay it forward ever since.
Following the release of last week’s PvP trailer, the newest “Creating ESO” feature reveals how the ZeniMax Online team built keeps that invite exciting large-scale conflicts for both the defenders and assailants.
Learn more at ElderScrollsOnline.com.
Looking for the perfect TES gift for a friend or loved one (or just yourself)? This week we’re giving away a signed copy of The Elder Scrolls Anthology — signed by Todd Howard!
How to enter? To start, follow Bethesda Softworks on Instagram and repost our TES Anthology contest image with the hashtag #TESGiveaway. After posting, use Instagram’s “Copy/Share URL” option to send us your Instagram post and send an email to [email protected].
For full contest details, read the sweepstakes rules after the break. Good luck!
Sent over earlier today by a co-worker, check out Alfred Khamidullin’s Abbey Road-inspired tribute to Tamriel.
‘Tis the season to save on our PC Games…
Between today and January 2nd, you can save on our entire Steam catalog. Games like DOOM, Skyrim, Fallout 3, RAGE, and QUAKE are all 50%, and additional savings will come by way of daily deals. As a part the sale’s first day, you can purchase Dishonored today for only $7.49!
For more savings, hit up Steam. Happy Holidays!
Nothing says the holidays like Boxman — so much so that we put him under the Christmas tree. Today we’re gifting more Boxman screenshots, as well as a previously unseen piece of concept art for The Evil Within.
As the end of the year draws near, more and more lists and countdowns are starting to sweep the internet. With the advent of new consoles and the opportunity for new titles, we take a look at some of the praise last generation titles received.
Crowning glory comes from Examiner.com who granted Skyrim the coveted title of “Game of the Generation”. This was the first of several “Best of a Generation” mentions we received in 2013. Kotaku included Skyrim as a Game that defined “last gen”, while Hardcore Gamer honored multiple Bethesda titles in their Top 100 Games of the Generation, including: Oblivion, Dishonored, Fallout: New Vegas, Skyrim, and Fallout 3.
And where there are last-gen countdowns, one should expect next-gen (err… current gen?) countdowns. In such a list, Gameranx listed Wolfenstein The New Order as one of the Top 10 games to look forward to in 2014.
Elsewhere in the land of the lists, something about the bitter-cold temperatures in Skyrim gave inspiration for Winter weather countdowns. Shortlist mentions the frigid temperatures found atop the Throat of the World in their list, while IGN celebrates Skyrim for being the perfect seasonal game. As you ready for the holidays, curl up in a blanket, drink some hot chocolate, and give Skyrim a revisit during your winter break.
Discover one of the rewards only the most powerful in Tamriel can claim — the emperor’s armor! Visit ElderScrollsOnline.com for the full image and more details.