His monk robes more accurately characterize his current state of mind, at least when you first meet him. After all, the Dragonborn can make him whatever he or she wants.
It’s Wednesday and time for another podcast. This is kind of a makeshift episode Anna and myself did a couple weeks ago, so it isn’t very long, mostly because I don’t know a flute from a flagon.
Your regularly scheduled programming will return next week.
Today’s screenshot of The Teleportation Machine quest is courtesy of Asaruth. Technically, Scotti’s face is supposed to remain hidden, so there’s some armor mod shenanigans going on here.
Then again, I suppose it isn’t really a spoiler because all Argonians look the same. Thankfully, some of my best friends are Argonian so that allows me to say racist things.
This is the release of 3.07.6, which has some minor fixes including being able to find Meresine through any Thalmor male. This should make it so the average player will have the option of taking her on their travels, as opposed to her existence being some magical Easter egg. I mean, I don’t even celebrate Easter.
Let me know if there’s any other tweaks you’d like to see in the comments.
All Fixes and Tweaks from v3.07
• Added journal entry to find Meresine by talking to male Thalmors
• Fixed objective marker pointing to disabled Rift guard if Riften controlled by Empire
• One post-battle line for Zora not conditioned for gender
• New slot for Mithril‘s wings to avoid conflicts with quiver mods
• Halcar and Primei now go to Skeever at night after completion of Thousand Words.
• Na’ir now disabled after completion of Aldmeri Prisoner quests
• Additional guard dialogue added to start Vigilance and Virtue and Blood of Kings
• Nonoodles created new meshes for male NPCs wearing female clothing to prevent CTDs
• Fixed improperly connected dialogue in Zora and Isobel‘s initial greetings
• Added two missing meshes for The Aldmeri Prisoner
• Raised decibel level for Gromash
Today’s screenshot is courtesy of Renoxuken over on Steam. I have no idea how people fill their game with such color, but I imagine it requires catching a rainbow and grinding it into a fine powder. The green grass, the blue water, the red scales – it’s all vivid enough to make reality seem a tad gray.
AAAAAAAAA this bit by Olivia Malone is the best. In fact, I wish to subscribe to this comic so I can learn more about her adventures. The book covers, the colors, the facial expressions, the stomping of the feet – every little gesture, word, and mannerism isn’t just gold, it’s adamantium. Love it.