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  • Moonpath to Elsweyr... My views (CONTAINS SPOILERS!) Dec 29, 2015

    If you are the sort to like not knowing what is going to happen in a new game play then don't read any further.

    Well. I had been wanting to try this Mod for a while now and decided to get my girl Freah, level 79 to give it a go. Now that I have finished it in it's entirety all I can say is that it left me wanting, well, more; and not because it was particularly good.

    At best, I can describe this Mod as a mid-length quest line with a couple of side radiant quests tacked on if you're that way inclined. The main story is over with so quickly, you will be able to do it in one sitting. And if you are looking for quick and easy quests then this one would be right up your alley.

    The visuals are splendid, even if a little too dark at times. But you don't really get to enjoy the work the creator put into said visuals as you are kind of limited to where you can go. No random adventuring in this mod. The forests and waterways are lush and misty. The desert was a little lack lustre to me, and frustrating with the surrounding cliffs barring you from any roaming. I didn't get much of a feeling I was actually in a new land, except for maybe the Island.

    NPC's were well voiced, though I did have to turn my volume right up to hear some of them (And I do have a kick ass sound system). As far as the NPC's went though, I didn't find any of them endearing for two reasons. First being that the whole quest is just too darn short, and second is that you are never given the chance to actually get to know much about them through any dialogue options. My favourite was Skullcat, the drunken skooma-addicted sailor who works on an Airship.

    As well as some new places and NPC's, you will also encounter a couple of new creatures. All of which are easy to deal with. You will encounter three different types of Khajiit as well, including the Pahmar. If you get the mod: Wisplicker, you are able to have a Pahmar as a follower.

    Ah Wisplicker. Well, to have a stripey kitteh joining me on my journey along the Moonpaths was fun. For about two minutes. Apart from Serana, he has got to be the most annoying follower ever. There is the pushing and the bumping and the getting in the way. GAH! It took me ages to realise that his random roaring was simply just...random roaring, and not alerting me that we are under attack. When I get back to Skyrim that cat is staying in Elsweyr.

    A couple of problems/glitches/bad programming I encountered.
    If you have the mod: Better Taverns and Inns...disable it! You wont even be able to start the quest as there are three barrels blocking your entrance into the room in which the carriage awaits you.
    Some cells were not very stable. In that I mean you had to jump up the final stair when going up a staircase, or you could walk through solid objects.
    Wisplicker is very glitchy. He hovers, sends things flying and can trap you if you are not careful.

    All in all, Moonpath was pretty good, for what it is. A quick mid-length quest to maybe get your levelling up a bit, but not by much. I enjoyed what little time I had there, even with the little annoyances. If you give it a go let me know what you thought.
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  • FALSKAAR: My view (May contain spoilers) Jun 10, 2015

    Well after finishing the main quest of the DLC-sized Mod, Falskaar, you could colour me impressed... slightly.

    I really, really wanted to love this mod. Don't get me wrong, it's a wonderful mod and could easily be an official DLC. But there were a few things that just didn't sit with me. Like the distance between point A and B. Seriously, the time it takes to run to the next quest marker nearly ended it for me. But I persisted because, well it is Falskaar.
    Second thing I didn't really like was the excessively long cut scenes. This is just a trivial thing but I found it a little annoying when my character was taken over and having to sit/stand throughout the long winded speeches. Which brings me to my third gripe.
    The voice acting. Lordy me..some of the voice acting was topnotch, and yet a few of them were woeful. The main character, while his round about way of getting to the point (much like our favourite mountain hermit-dragon), amused me at first, it soon got pretty frustrating. But again, a trivial thing.

    The mod could use a little more detail. Landscaping was a little "forced". There was a distinct lack of wild critters. I experienced no dragon attacks and never even made it to the one dragon site in the new world. There was a cavern in the main quest that was a jumbled mix of Dwemer and Nordic architecture that just left me puzzled. The big battle scenes were just utterly confusing. (I even incurred a 1000 bounty for accidentally killing a soldier on my side)

    But the biggest disappointment was the end of the main quest. A lengthy cut scene, a brief fight between yourself and the villain and then another cut scene where you are completely immobile and then a random dragon and WHAMMO! The end. I was so taken aback I searched youtube to see if my game hadn't glitched out. Apparently mine did, but only the end credits and the narrative that tells you what happens with some disappointing still pictures. WTH?
    I ended up back at the Inn, everyone happy and having a few celebratory drinks. That was it. Even with the narrative inserted into the end of that quest, it wouldn't have satisfied me. Apparently a lot of other people weren't either.

    Apart from that, I still think Falskaar was pretty good for what it was, and would highly recommend it. It adds a new world, new NPC's, new places to trade and explore. It even had a word wall or two with new shouts that are actually pretty decent. I did end up with a free horse. Apparently it must have stowed away in the ship back to Skyrim because it appeared by my side at Riverwood. Free horse...BOOYAH!
  • Don't judge me... Mar 29, 2015

    I ditched my kitty and made..

    Ronon Dex. Come on.. I had to ok?

    He was a little hard to create, I had to use reference pics. (Seriously, it was terribly hard looking at all of those Ronon Dex pictures on the internet :p ) First thing was his hair. Only dreds in the game was the ugly orcs or a Redguard. So naturally I chose Redguard, because hey...the man is gorgeous! So I made his skin lighter, defined the nose, gave him dark brown dreds and those gloriously arched eyebrows (Sigh)...

    where was I?..

    Yes the making of Ronan. Well I am not 100% happy with the way he turned out. His features are a little harsh, but it was the best I could do on console. And I wish there was a dred version that was out and not tied back (although I know Ronon did tie his hair back occasionally) so I am mildly consoled by that fact. I reluctantly dressed him in steel armour (The only armour I know that has pants) until I was able to get him a set of Thieves guild armour. And then I risked life and limb..well not really.... I risked Ronon's life and heavenly limbs to acquire the Blackguards Armour, which is more suiting to Ronon's whole look.

    In the end, he looks good. Pretty darn good. Think I'll stick with this character for a while :p

    Pics to come.
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  • Pure Mage Mar 23, 2015

    So I decided to try some harder Role playing with my next character. Her name is Kylah and she is a Nord Mage. Normally I go for duel wield swords or my fall back...bow and arrow. But I haven't touched either and have gone for pure destruction magic. I started on Expert level, and it's pretty tough. I have had to totally rethink how I engage enemies.

    So far it's been loads of fun. I am really enjoying this style of play. The battle with Delphine and the resurrected dragon at Kynesgrove was absolutely thrilling! I have a few other rules I am sticking by as well.

    Absolutely NO followers (Unless scripted)
    MUST sleep (if not every night, every second night)
    Carriage to major towns..no fast travel. (Fast travel is allowed between smaller discovered settlements during quests only)
    Must eat at least once a day.
    No Physical weapons. (this is hard for me as I love my crossbow)
    NO armour. (She wears mage gear.)

    I am also not going to have her join the Companions (A first for me). So she will have to use cure disease potions and pray at shrines.

    Still not sure what she hopes to achieve just yet. She will probably go to the College of Winterhold. She is involved in figuring out how to stop Alduin with the Blades at the moment. I know that she will not get involved with the Civil War. She looks on both sides with distaste. The Imperials for capturing her and the Stormcloaks for being weak enough to be captured.

    How far I will take this character, I'm not sure, but for now she is a whole lot of fun to play.
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  • A fine upstanding Citizen... Nov 18, 2014

    This one thinks he could get used to the finer things in life. Although I am committed to finding my brother's killer, I have settled in a place called Whiterun. I think I impressed them with my charming ways yes? I got the carved stone for the mage, then helped kill the dragon (of course, this one made the killing shot). The Jarl was impressed and named me something... what was it?.. Thane? Whatever it was it allowed me to buy a house and I got a servant, or Housecarl she called herself. Attractive Nord called Ly'dia. Good in a fight but terrible for the sneaking. This one thinks he will send her home soon.

    I had a moment of weakness.

    I adopted a female Nord child. I know it was rash but I felt a pang of sympathy in my heart when she looked up at me and told me her sad story. I was just going to offer my house for her to stay at, given it was empty, but suddenly I became her father!! I guess the girl doesn't mind her poppa has fur all over his body. This is another reason why I will send Ly'dia home. To look after the child. Where in my plans for revenge did adopting a child come into it? I swear I was not on Skooma at the time.

    I am also still perusing this Dragonborn thing. I visited the mountain hermits and learned how to shout at things. It is strange yes. Then someone took the horn I was supposed to find and it turned out to be a female living in the small village of Riverwood. I didn't feel like being all that friendly towards her, but she had a good point. So we went to the burial mound at the cold place and that big black dragon was back! The one that almost killed me in Helgen. Luckily for us he flew off, but not before he brought another dragon back to life. Damned thing shouted ice at us. I hate ice. And snow and cold... And Draugr. Horrid dirty things, makes this one's fur stand on end.

    Again strange things happened when the dragon died. I felt like something went inside me. I don't know if I like it or not. I makes me feel like relieving myself of my lunch.

    I also went and made inquiries at the Companions. Seam like a good lot of people. Rough and rowdy but loyal and they may even be able to help me find that Argonian bandit group. The one with two faces, Farkas and I are going to a place in the hold to find pieces of some old axe. Seems important to them and Farkas said it was also my test. So I will try my best not to disappoint. By the way, Farkas smells funny. Like he is not just Farkas. It's strange....

    More on this later.
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  • Do'Jhan Nov 9, 2014

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    Name: Do’Jhan (prefix Do meaning: Warrior)
    Sex: “yes please, oh you mean that?.. well, this one is all male”
    Race: Khajiit Tojay-raht “The best kind, yes?”
    Age: “Let this one just say, old enough to be wise, but young enough to turn a female’s eye”
    Birth place: Tenmar Forest “Vague, this one knows, but really, that is for the best”
    Afflictions: “None that this one knows of”
    Affiliations: The Mane Guard
    Religion: “This one does not think about it much. I believe in my family and my home, that is enough”​

    Appearance: large (slightly taller than a Nord), grey and white fur with striking black markings. Black stripes and spots. Black fur surrounds beautiful blue eyes. Short dreadlocked black hair with various gold rings attached to the ends.

    Dress: currently wears Ancient Nord armour. He likes the way it feels. Solid and dependable while giving him freedom of movement. Wears the boots while travelling and in combat but likes to take them off every opportunity he can get. Did get them customised to be slightly wider at the toes to allow for his paws and claws. Does not wear the helm for obvious reasons “This one likes his ears to stick up, like they are meant to”. He carries a large leather satchel and wears a long travellers cloak when travelling at night, or in the rain. “Bah! This one does not fear the wet. Just don’t want my armour to rust”

    Weapons and tactics: “Do you like my bow? ‘is nice yes?”
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    Do’Jhan uses a Dragonbone bow (A gift from the Mane himself. Do'Jhan's most treasured possession) and also carries a simple steal sword for close quarter fighting, which he is proficient at. He will also use his claws for maximum damage. Can be a little ruthless and brutal. He also has several knives on his person. “I do not hide them, take a look”. Do’Jhan is deadliest fighting from the shadows. He will stalk his prey until the right moment. But sometimes, when he is feeling particularly savage he will instigate a fight so he can do some more damage.

    Personality: “Why you ask this? Are you interested in Do’Jhan?” He is naturally curious and sometimes sticks his nose in where is does not belong. He hasn’t really learned that most humans are suspicious of Khajiit, especially one as imposing as Do’Jhan. He is somewhat oblivious of people’s reactions to him. Which in a way endears him to many. He is friendly most of the time, but can at times be consumed by a dark mood. Usually he will go out into a forest to hunt when this happens. He likes the company of females of his kind but secretly thinks the smooth pale skin of a Nord lady is very alluring. He loves water, especially bathing in hot springs. He finds clean fur invigorating. He does not like to see innocents being taken advantage of and will step in to help those in need. He has a weakness for shiny things though and sometimes has "sticky fingers".

    Bio: Do’Jhan is a rare Tojay-raht, a breed of Khajiit native to the southern Tenmar Forest. He was born in a litter of six with three brothers and two sisters. His parents owned a sizable piece of land in the forest where they grew and produced moon-sugar to be made into Skooma. The kittens helped with the family business until they were old enough to choose their own path. Do’Jhan, along with one sister and two brothers, chose to become warriors and trained fiercely until they were finally selected into the elite Guard that patrols the Tenmar forest, keeping out humans, argonians and elves. Do’Jhan and his siblings were particularly good at their job and were well liked within the guard. This brought much honour to the family. One tragic day however, his brother was killed by a band of marauding Argonians, bent on stealing some Skooma to sell back in Blackmarsh.

    As law and custom dictate among the Khajiit of the Tenmar Forest, Do’Jhan’s family will be disgraced until he avenges his brother’s death and kills the Argonian responsible. This sent him away from Elsweyr, up the western boarder of Blackmarsh, through Cyrodiil and finally into Skyrim. He can never rest until he finds that argonian and brings honour back to his family.

    His sister and brother are still in the Warrior Guard, although they are currently assigned to lesser duties (due to the disgrace on their family) His parents still own their small Skooma manufacturing business which the other siblings work at, but since the death of their brother, competitors have been eating away at their property, taking away from their profits and making life generally harder while authorities turn a blind eye. Do’Jhan must bring the killer to justice in order for his family to regain their status in society.


    So that's Do'Jhan. I'm not entirely happy with the banner at the moment. I will go back and fix it up one day but this one will suffice for now :)
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  • Interview with a Khajiit Nov 8, 2014

    Interview with a Khajiit

    I waited with apprehension as I set my quill and ink on the table in front of me. Blank parchment paper lay there ready for my scribbling. I glanced out of the door of my room again, catching the eye of the Inn keeper. Once again he shook his head and went back to polishing the bar. My client was late. I was of two minds about whether I was happy or annoyed. I was, after all about to interview the biggest, scariest Khajiit I have ever seen in my life. I sighed and lay my head on my arms for a moment, breathing in and out, trying to relax.

    “This one can come back if you wish to sleep” the voice made me jump a foot out of my seat. I had not even heard him enter the room. Damned cats. They were so sneaky. He was large (slightly taller than a Nord), grey and white fur with striking black markings. Black stripes and spots. Black fur surrounds beautiful blue eyes. Short dreadlocked black hair with various gold rings attached to the ends. I scribbled down these notes on my parchment.

    “No..it’s fine. I was just resting. Well, shall we get started?”

    “If you wish” he almost purred in his deep accented voice and slid into the chair with a grace that would make the most delicate of maidens jealous. I swear he winked at me. I brushed my hair from my face and cleared my throat.

    “Ehem.. So, Do’Jhan. Can you tell me about your name first?

    Do is meaning Warrior. That is all” he shrugged. I scribbled down that note. His stunning blue eyes watched my every move. I read my notes, things I wanted to ask..saying them under my breath...

    “...name, age, sex....”

    “Sex? Yes please, oh you mean that?.. well, this one is all male”

    “Yes I gathered that. Thank you” I spluttered nervously. “Um, you are a Khajiit, but where do you herald from Do’Jhan?”

    “This one is Tojay-raht. The best kind, yes?” I really had no idea, but he continued “This one was born in the Tenmar Forest. That location is vague, this one knows, but really, that is for the best” I wondered how old he was and asked him.

    “Let this one just say, old enough to be wise, but young enough to turn a female’s eye” he answered. This time I know he winked at me! Was the Khajiit flirting? I cleared my throat again.

    “So, can you tell me about your beliefs? Who you associate yourself with? Alignments and such..”

    “This one is a proud member of The Mane Guard. It is the greatest honour. This one does not think about religion much. I believe in my family and my home, that is enough” he said. He scratched the top of the table absently with a clawed finger..paw? It left a sizable gouge in the table’s surface. I studied him for a while. He was quite content to sit there, studying me in turn. He wore a bow and sword; both weapons looked to be well used. His armour? Ancient Nord if I wasn’t mistaken. The armour also looked worn. Not old, but well used. He was defiantly a warrior, and a proficient one at that. He didn’t wear the helm, obviously because of his ears. I asked him about his weapons.

    “Do you like my bow? ‘is nice yes?” He stroked the bow lovingly “Do’Jhan uses a bow and also carries a sword for close quarter fighting. He will also use his claws for maximum damage” he said flexing his paws so that all of his claws stuck out. I sat back a little in fright and he chuckled. “This one also has several knives on his person. But I do not hide them, if you want to take a look”. That did it. Now I KNEW he was flirting. “Do’Jhan is deadliest fighting from the shadows. He will stalk his prey until the right moment” His eyes gleamed with excitement and he leant forward. To cover my shock I asked him about himself as a person...Cat... Khajiit..

    “Why do you ask this? Are you interested in Do’Jhan?” He winked again. “This one thinks very little about himself. Although I have had others tell me that I can be a little too nosey for one’s own good. But this one would call that...curiosity, yes?”

    “What do you think of people’s general dislike of your kind?” I asked carefully. This subject was a very sensitive topic to raise. But Do’Jhan surprised me when he chuckled.

    “This one has not noticed anything like that. Do’Jhan has Nord friends, Imperial friends. Makes no difference to Do’Jhan” He shrugged “If it all gets too much, this one will disappear into the forest. Hunt, be silent, that sort of thing. The forest is where Do’Jhan feels most comfortable.” I could tell that the Khajiit missed his home, possibly why he sought out the forest when in times of great turmoil. “Do’Jhan also likes the company of females of his kind” he learned forward and whispered “but secretly thinks the smooth pale skin of a nord lady is very alluring.” We both stared down at my pale, hairless arms. I gulped but scribbled down my notes none the less. As for the rest of the interview, I asked Do’Jhan to give me a brief background on himself. I could tell he struggled in some parts, the topic being a hard one for him to talk about. I don’t think he has ever really talked about his past to anyone before me. I felt honoured but I also felt a deep sympathy for him. I was drawn to him. Here are my notes on Do’Jhan’s past...

    Bio: Do’Jhan is a rare Tojay-raht, a breed of Khajiit native to the southern Tenmar Forest. He was born in a litter of six with three brothers and two sisters. His parents owned a sizable piece of land in the forest where they grew and produced moon-sugar to be made into Skooma. The kittens helped with the family business until they were old enough to choose their own path. Do’Jhan, along with one sister and two brothers, chose to become warriors and trained fiercely until they were finally selected into the elite Guard that patrols the Tenmar forest, keeping out humans, argonians and elves. Do’Jhan and his siblings were particularly good at their job and were well liked within the guard. This brought much honour to the family. One tragic day however, his brother was killed by a band of marauding Argonians, bent on stealing some Skooma to sell back in Blackmarsh.

    As law and custom dictate among the Khajiit of the Tenmar Forest, Do’Jhan’s family will be disgraced until he avenges his brother’s death and kills the Argonian responsible. This sent him away from Elsweyr, up the western boarder of Blackmarsh, through Cyrodiil and finally into Skyrim. He can never rest until he finds that argonian and brings honour back to his family.

    His sister and brother are still in the Warrior Guard, although they are currently assigned to lesser duties (due to the disgrace on their family) His parents still own their small Skooma manufacturing business which the other siblings work at, but since the death of their brother, competitors have been eating away at their property, taking away from their profits and making life generally harder while authorities turn a blind eye. Do’Jhan must bring the killer to justice in order for his family to regain their status in society.

    The interview then ended. Do’Jhan was pensive, but then seemed to break out from his revere.

    “This one would like to buy you a drink..or two or three.” He stood, holding out his paw to me. I stared at it, longing for it to close over my own fingers.

    “I don’t know. I really should get these notes back and start writing.” But instead he pulled me up and all but swept me out the door of my room and into the bar area.

    “Nonsense. This one insists. You have got to know Do’Jhan, now Do’Jhan wants to get to know you”. I could hardly decline such an offer.

    As for the rest of the evening? Well, that’s strictly off the record.

    *****​

    Character Card and banner for Do'Jhan to come.
  • New Character....coming soon.. Nov 2, 2014

    I was feeling a little nostalgic and decided to create another Khajiit. Watch this space for his CC and of course, a fitting banner. :)
  • Character Card links. Jul 30, 2014

    This is just for my use so I can quickly get to all my CC's. Well, feel free to look at them if you want :p

    Lu'ah

    Una

    Gregrick

    Wyldfyre

    Tiberius

    Kiara

    Indari

    Shadow

    Do'Jhan (interview with a Khajiit)

    Do'Jhan
  • Oblivion Walker Jul 25, 2014

    Well it took me killing off one beloved character (my Redguard Lu'ah) and creating a new one but I have finally got the Oblivion Walker Achievement! Yay!..

    The only way I could get it was by doing the Hircine exploit by getting both the ring and the hide. But who cares.. I have finally got that achievement! I am loving the character I created to do this (Another version of the blond assassin Shadow) that I am going to take her all the way through. Ebony warrior and Legendary Dragon, here I come!:cool:
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  • A sad day. May 15, 2014

    Tiberius is in mourning. He is lamenting the loss of his Egg-Brother and dear friend Madesi. The jeweler gave his life defending Riften from a viscous Vampire attack. Tiberius avenged his friend and that of the brave Imperial soldier who fought the master vampire and his two death hounds.

    The only consolation Tiberius has is being able to save Edda, the town's beggar. Tiberius wants to commit his marsh-friend's body to the water in a ceremony fitting an Argonian. In the meantime, he has placed his friend's body in his garden.

    On a more creepier note, after he placed Madesi's body in the garden, his chickens sat there staring at it...creepily.

    Tiberius is furious at having lost so many of his friends to the foul vampires. He has heard whisperings of a group of vampire hunters forming called the "Dawnguard". Tiberius has decided that he is going to seek out these people so that he may rid Skyrim of these vile fiends.
  • Tiberius Black-Scales Apr 21, 2014

    Here is the banner for my newest character, Tiberius Black-Scales. I just love playing this character. Especially when I was greeted so friendly by the Argonians at Windhelm. Being called "Marsh Friend" and "Egg-Brother" just warmed my heart. :)

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  • Sorry for using you as bait.... Apr 8, 2014

    My name is Lu'ah, the ex pirate. Well when I say EX pirate I mean I am still pretty much one, I just don't sail on a ship anymore. Anyway I have fully immersed myself in becoming a better mage. I ditched my Wolf armour and donned my Robes and set out for Ivarstead by way of the winding mountain pass through the southern side of the mountain. You know the one that goes past a Stormcloak camp? Yes, anyway the pass was relatively quiet. Just a few goats and one hunter riding past on her fat horse. I make my way through the pass, it starts snowing and then I hear the beat of leathery wings.

    Great Satakal! I cursed. I had no weapons except for my bound swords and they would be useless unless the beast landed. Which it did right on the path in front of me. I quickly flung myself against a rock as a blast of cold air swept up the path. A frost dragon. Just what I needed. It took off again and started attacking something back along the path.

    The hunter! God's dammit! I raced back up the path but it was too late, the horse was now without it's rider. The dragon had turned it's attention back to me and I quickly switched to my meager flame spell. It did not even touch the dragon as it hovered there in the sky, just out of reach. Again I had to dodge it's frigid winds. I did the only thing I could and ran back the way I came and to the dubious protection of the Stormcloak encampment.

    "Save me!" I screeched as I ran through the camp, and archers loosed arrows into the sky. Apparently frost dragons like to land and stalk their prey and as I watched on in horror, one of the soldiers became the dragons latest meal.

    "Oh for the love of....!" it was really horrid and I can't help thinking it was my fault. Anyway I managed to get in close to the dragon while it's attention was on trying to eat other soldiers and I finally killed the beast with just my two hands, and a very sub-rate flame spell.

    The soldiers stood around gaping at me when I absorbed the dragons soul...something I am not entirely liking by the way. Nothing more to do I turned and made my way back through the pass and on to Ivarstead.
  • Banner for Una Mar 28, 2014

    Una Springthorn is a Half Nord/bosmer from Valenwood. This is her banner.

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  • The Battle over, what next? Mar 24, 2014

    Gregrick stood with the other soldiers at the gates of Windhelm as the General gave then a rousing speech, riling them up. This is what they had been waiting for. They were finally going to cut the head off this rebellion, literally. Inside those walls was a Jarl with his name on the Generals sword. They burst through the gate amongst flying balls of burning pitch, only to be met by strong resistance.

    Gregrick admired the Stormcloaks for their zeal and bravery. Unlike their leader who even now, when his own city needed him, cowered inside his palace like a... like a .. coward. Gregrick fought beside the General and Legate Rikke. The street to the palace was blocked off so they had to go through the market and the upper-class quarters, felling stormclaoks as they went until they finally came to the Palace doors. Only the General, Rikke, and Gregrick entered and they met Ulfric, sitting on his throne with his pet guard dog Galmar Stone-fist...guarding.

    The General did the gentlemanly thing and charged Ulfric with treason and other things, but the Jarl seemed to think he was above such things. He dared to attack the General and Gregrick, waiting for just such an opportunity, felled Galmar in two strokes and brought Ulfric to his knees. The General was pleased with Gregrick and gave him the pleasure of removing Ulfric's head from his body. And as the Jarl's enormous head hit the floor, the general sighed with relief. It was over. The General made another speech to the Imperial soldiers and gave Gregrick his beloved sword that Gregrick had used to take Ulfric's life (Which he promptly sold).

    Gregrick left the burning city behind him a highly respected and decorated soldier. He was now free to leave the Legion and, being a little tired of all that fighting, sought a more peaceful life. But peace was not going to stay with him for long. As he entered Riverwood, the sound of leathery wings beat down from the sky.
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