Swinging back around to getting caught up on Gyllerah’s action in ESO. This set of sessions is mostly all about running prologue plots–specifically, finishing up the Azura oracles plot that acts as the prologue to Morrowind, and the Demon Weapon plot that acts as the prologue to Northern Elsweyr.
I’m seriously behind on my ESO playthrough posts. But before I get into this one, I want to call out the recent news about a Zenimax employee, Leona Faren, having been basically railroaded into resigning after months of abuse by a transphobic manager. I am seriously pissed off about this, as I wrote in the other post.
For the time being, I am not bailing on the Elder Scrolls games I already own; they’re too important to me as a means of maintaining my mental well-being until my household can finally abandon our COVID precautions. We are not to that point yet, and we don’t know when we will be.
But I will not be giving ESO any further money, and I will also not be buying Starfield. And I’ll be monitoring the situation to see how it proceeds. Also, I will totally understand if anybody who’s been following this blog’s posts until now is even more pissed off at Zenimax than I am right now and needs to stand down from following my playthroughs.
Right? Right. So let’s talk about what Marwyth did from 6/13 to 6/19.
This is a multi-session post, in which most of the action is honestly just me running a boatload of writs–but also finishing up that quest that’s the prologue to Summerset. And advancing the Mages Guild questline a little, and claiming the second of the important books from Sheogorath, in the attempt to win back the island he’d claimed from Shalidor.
And now, time to get caught up on Gyllerah! Paul and I have not been exactly in sync on our playing schedules lately, so nothing major here in terms of joint plot RP. Instead, a bunch of writ running and survey exploration, and a bit of solo side questing on my part here.