This was the moment when I realized that Skyrim was something special. I remember gasping and saying "Oh wow!" Getting here was such a pain, because there was a dragon that was chasing me, and I was still fairly low level at the time I was doing the quest. I was expecting an unpleasant dungeon, and I came here!
Truly a beautiful place. I need to go there again.
Read: SUCKER. Yeah, believe me, wanted nothing more than to let him fling himself unarmed upon hordes of bandits and get himself slaughtered, wanted to help myself actually, but did I? Noooooooo, even when I accidentally hit him and he decided that "my time had come" and slapped at me with those fists of his, I just stood there and let my armor level up til he got over it. Once we got to the Sanctuary though, I was done with him, I did not care anymore. But do the spriggans put him out of my misery? No! He literally stands there chatting one up >B[
I had pre-ordered Skyrim and got it in November, but when I tried to play it on my computer, it pretty much said 'Oh, hell no!' and it's as laggy and choppy as hell. I'm getting a new computer custom made for me, but it's taking ages to complete. Bew hew
Anyway, enough whining.... this looks so beautiful! I can't wait to find this place when I finally manage to play the game!
Quite a lovely piece you have here... Have you considered doing the Dwemer ruins? If you could indulge me....perhaps I can make a suggestion? How about the City of Blackreach or Understone Keep in Markarth.