"Katisha's face briefly wore the envious, wistful look humans got when contemplating the thousand-year lifespan Elves had been granted by the gods. True, few ever actually lived that long as disease and violence took their respective tolls. But they could. And one or two of them actually did." - From the Real Barenziah, a book found in the Elder Scrolls games
That's vague, though. Weren't there only one type of elf early on, then they separated? Even if that isn't the case, that could be implying only one lives that long, not all three. Plus, they say in Skyrim that Altmer only live to be 700.
This is was quite heartwarming. I would love see a continuation of this short story though is unlikely but a man can wish XD. The colors are just beautiful and really set the mood for this. Wish I could return to Morrowind after the eruption of Red Mountain.
I've got a character in Skyrim I've dedicated to Solstheim, Nathyn Seran, who, well, in Morrowind, the master conjuration trainer was Methal Seran, in Oblivion it was Olyn Seran, and it has been theorised that they were brothers. So Nathyn is the third brother. And like the others he is a master of conjuration and enchanting, and back before the Red Year used Azura's Star, which had Almalexia's soul trapped inside (it's the largest soul in Morrowind and can only be trapped in Azura's Star) to enchant the already powerful artifact that is the Ash Mask of Vivec, giving him extended life and power. After this he leaves Morrowind and goes travelling. For over 250 years. Finally in 4E 201 after spending the last 30 years in the Jerall Mountains at the Azura Shrine there, he travels through Skyrim to Solstheim, due to reports of strange goings on, hoping to study daedric happenings on the island. And one I'd roleplayed his journey through Skyrim (including the A Night To Remember drunk quest with Sanguine), I travelled to Solsthem and when he arrived, this is pretty much it. Walking on ash again in Dunmer territory after over 250 years just... Home again.
Also I utterly love you forever for all your wonderful Elder Scrolls art.
Marry me! *ahem* This is awesome. As I said. We all want to get back there. Reading this with the main theme playing is thrilling for sure. The composition and narration is all fluid, the colors are beautiful as usual ...I only wish the font was a bit less classic and strict. ...This sky feels quite empty without a cliffracer at sight, uhm. I should play Morrowind again to remember how annoying they could be.
I'd say it's only a bit harder on the second page, with the dialogs, but that's mostly because of the necessity to scroll down. If it was printed on paper it would surely flows nicely at first glance, here it's harder to view the whole pages one after the other But for the rest it's all nice and I like your choices, especially the top panel on the 4th page, in which Vadril's head is cut, allowing to focus more on the action. It's quite contemplative and it feels good to take the time to just ...be there.
It's weird ... I actually prefer Vadril older. For some reason he has so much more character. The wrinkles and such just add that tiny bit to make him seem more human. (Despite being a Dunmer.) Great job! I love it though. One can never have enough Elder Scrolls art.
I love when his expression changes. ^^ I wish we could go back to Vaardenfell, although it wouldn't be quite the same as we knew it. I wonder what happened to the mushroom towers. It seems Red Mountain destroyed almost everything and everything else was either destroyed by the Ministry of Truth or the Argonians.... It's kinda sad that Bethesda turned Morrowind into an even ashier and darker land than it already was..