I've recognised s a lot of books (including The Lusty Argonian Maid), met M'aiq the Liar a couple of times - man, that cat must be old. I prefer ESO Windhelm to Skyrim Windhelm, running around saying - that's different in 1000 years time - lol. Plus, almost everyone is drunk and dancing.
LOL. The lusty Argonian maid is everywhere. Funny thing is, I thought I remembered picking up the folio for somebody on Solstheim, and I came out of it thinking it had been fairly recently written.
Maiq is an unusual one too. In Skyrim, he talks of his father and his father's father being named Maiq. In ESO, me mentions his father, but dismisses him as a liar. I haven't found it yet, but there's supposed to be an object somewhere, inscribed with father Maiq to son Maiq, or words to that effect. Ah the mysteries they create for us, eh?
Idk if you knew, but there's a Maiq achievement in the game. If you talk to him in every zone, it unlocks an armor dye.
I haven't yet made it to Skyrim in ESO. I've got one last zone for Cadwell's Silver, and then I can break into Skyrim. Some of the Aldmeri Dominion is pretty awesome, though. I can't wait to get a look at Windhelm and Riften. Lizzie tells me that Fort Amol has its own town.
Yeah, I should have done that but I wasn't thinking. I just did one DC to play and the rest were for storage, so I did them DC also. I may shuffle some inventory and reroll one to play a different class in a different alliance, at some point.
I've never seen that before. I'm definitely going to keep my eye out next time I'm in CoA. The question is, what mask is it? Assuming it's one of the known 9 that later make it to the Skyrim province in the hands of Dragon Priests, I'm thinking Otar. Possibly Krosis?
Krosis seems to be the closest mask color, though they could be shooting for a generic, unknown dragon priest theme. Maybe the named priests were only the leaders and there were hundreds more under them. Hmm...that could be an interesting bit of fanfic.