Some of you have heard of The Story Corner, some of you haven't or simply have yet to wander in our territory. So, with that in mind, what is TSC exactly?
It's a safe, friendly place where members of all levels and skills can write creatively and share their stories with other like-minded individuals who enjoy reading and telling stories.
It doesn't matter if you have several degrees or dropped out of school. There's nothing worse in the world than a blank page, so give it a go.
Write a few words.
Read a few stories.
No one knows where the journey will take you and no one can guess who you will meet on the way.
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Dedicated to housing all forms of Elder Scrolls / Fallout art. The group strives to catalog the best and brightest pieces both created by our talented members and collected from around the net.
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I love General Sam, Couchwarrior, Gopher, numidium3, and Brodual. Not sure if the Elderscrolls Lorecast on memospore counts, but they're probably my favorite. I used to be really into Fudgemuppet, but sadly I feel that they've sacrificed video quality for jumping on the Skyrim SE hype train and just throwing shit at a wall and seeing what sticks. Though I really hope they boost their quality again soon, I miss their good videos.
About You Off-Site:
What's your name?Ian
Where are you from?New England, United States
Where do you currently live?At home with my parents, like the privileged millenial I am :D
Do you work? If so, where?Not at the moment, but I'm taking an internship during December break at an RF Engineering company.
How old are you?16
What do you look like? (bonus points for uploading a picture)
How tall are you?5ft 11in
What five words would you use to describe yourself?Pensive. Knowledgeable. Inquisitive. Egotistical?. Kind.
Aside from gaming, what are your hobbies?Camping/hiking, blacksmithing, chemistry, reading, solving rubik's cubes, eating. Not in that order.
Do you have any pets? If so, how many and what are they? Three dogs.
About You On-Site:
What significance does your username have? Hannibal is the main character in a long and complex headcanon of mine.
What brought you here?Searching for Skyrim builds, if I can remember correctly.
How long have you been a member?3 years..?
How long did you "lurk" before you joined, and what eventually made you join?A day or two, I wanted to make builds so I made an account and posted one... which got the death sentence a few days later. Rightly so, mind you.
Why do you keep coming back? (Seriously, we've been trying to keep you away but you just. keep. coming. back.) I keep asking myself the same thing!
What's your favorite thing about the Vault? What kind of question is that?
Least favorite?Everything related to Fallo- I mean, I have absolutely no clue.
Do you prefer to hang around in only one group, or do you branch out to multiple?I spend most of my time in Lore and Roleplaying.
Have you ever posted original content?Screenshots..? Maybe?
Have you made any friends on the Vault? Everyone I've talked to is warm and welcoming, and I've had some great conversations as well as participated in some great events.
Breton: I'm surprised to see no love for Bretons here. I love them because of their interest in politics and history, as well as the general feeling of being a really well done human race. They're good for most character archetypes (I always end up playing mage in really any playthrough though, and I really always choose Breton), and are just well rounded in general. They give off the feeling of being an average human more than any other race I feel, and that makes me love them.
Altmer: Altmer are great because of their *natural* superiority and arcane nature. Also, some of the most influential and really meaningful people in TES lore (to me and my characters anyway) were Altmer, namingly Mannimarco and Mankar Camoran.
Argonian: Who doesn't love playing as a bipedal lizard? Just their snake/alligator/dragon look makes me love them. I also find great interest in their lore, especially with their particular veneration of the Hist and Sithis, along with their social customs revolving around change.
Orcs: Sorry Karver, but I just hate Orcs. Hate. I can't stand them, and I don't particularly know why. A big part of it though is Malacath, who insists that he's a Daedric Prince when he's not; just the carrion and husk of Trinimac, and I don't like Aedra, especially Aedra that pretend to be Daedric Princes. Exceptions can be made however, if the Orc in question is exceptionally intelligent and is somehow able to surpass the pigishness that comes with the Orsimer race.