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The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« on: September 07, 2017, 04:03:04 PM »
This is my new Skyrim story. Click on thumbnails to see the large Picture.
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Re: The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« Reply #1 on: September 07, 2017, 04:21:20 PM »
My name is Bronkah Dovahkiir. This is my story. It Begins where it might have ended -- if fate had not intervened...
The Imperials had caught Ulfric Stormcloak, Jarl of Windhelm and leader of the rebellion. The civil war could have ebded this day. But the black dragon had other ideas...




Here we were on the road to Helgen, to our execution and on to Sovngarde...
"Sic transit gloria Imperii - So passes the glory of the Empire", I thought to myself.



I was called up to the block after the brave Stormcloak Soldier. But then, out of seemingly nowhere...



The dragon saved my Life, but I was far from safe yet...




I followed Ralof, the Stormcloak Soldier into the keep...



We made it out together. Now we were on the road to the village of Riverwood...
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Re: The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« Reply #2 on: October 10, 2017, 11:59:48 AM »


Riverwood, quaint little village in Whiterun Hold. We were the first to arrive from Helgen. No one was the wiser to what had just happened - yet. But an old woman had certainly seen the huge black dragon fly from the scene.
Ralof introduced me to his sister Gerdur's family. We told them what had just happebed, leaving out the horrible details and the damning evidence of the failing Empire's unjust cruelty we found during our escape. It was very nice to meet a true Nord family. Gerdur gave me the key to their house, saying I was Always welcome. She had a favor to ask, though - Riverwood was defenseless against a dragon. I should go to Whiterun asap and speak to the jarl. I bade my new friends Farewell...



Some fool outlaws thought they owned the village or something. I showed them what we Nords do with villains.



En route to Whiterun I caught up to an Imperial patrol and their prisoner. I would have slaughtered the damned elves' toadies without hesitation had it not been for the proximity of town and the high risk of someone stupid witnessing me dispensing justice on these stupid criminals. I was seething with hatred inside, but had to steel myself from doing something rash. The blasted bastards were lucky I didn't put them to the sword.



There was a giant rampaging through the farms just outside the city. The Companions - a warrior Guild based in Jorrvaskr in Whiterun - were alredy fighting the creature. I helped them finish it off. Afterwards I briefly spoke to Aela who encouraged me to speak to their Harbinger, a counselor of sorts, named Kodlak Whitemane.
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Re: The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« Reply #3 on: October 10, 2017, 12:45:48 PM »
Your pictures are beautiful, Wotan!  I'm sure you're loving your new video card! :D

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Re: The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« Reply #4 on: October 11, 2017, 11:55:47 AM »
I was about to enter the city when something caught my Eye in the stables...



How could I not be drawn in by the naked Beauty. She was startled when I approached her, but talking to Sofia she made it clear she didn't want me to leave. I could only wonder what she had been doing Before. Her breath was still Heavy of alcohol. She even sniffed out I was carrying some mead and wine in my pack. As things turned out she was an easy conquest, all I had to do was to share my drink and she was more than willing to satisfy my desires...



Come morning, Sofia followed me into the city. The guard at the gate was unwilling to let us pass at first, but when I mentioned Riverwood's pressing matter, what had happened to Helgen, he immedoately let us inside. I made staight for the jarl's hall, with sofia in tow...



The jarl's housecarl, a stern-looking Dunmer, wasn't that happy we walked in. She obviously thought she should forcibly throw us out. But fortunately Jarl Balgruuf's interest was peeked and he wanted to hear what I had to say. Our conversation ended with the jarl ordering his housecarl to send a contingent of troops to Riverwood - against his stewards advice. Then he showed me to his Court wizard who had a task for me...



Farengar told me he wanted me to go to Bleakfalls Barrow and retrieve an old stone tablet his 'sources' had told him would be there. Of course the wizard didn't want to reveal his source. I already knew the place, an old Nordic ruin in the mountain above Riverwood...



Entering the shop we overheard the trader talking to his sister about some problem. Asking him about it we learned that they had a beark-in, but only one item had been stolen - an ornament in gold in the shape of a dragon claw. Since I was heading for Bleakfalls Barrow with Sofia anyway, I promised him to look for the thief...





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« Reply #5 on: October 12, 2017, 11:38:58 AM »
We encountered a pack of wolves on our trip up the mountain path, nothing we couldn't handle. A small Group of bandits had taken refuge in an abandoned Tower up the path. When we left, they were all dead and their valuables were now ours.



Bleakfalls Barrow looked majestic as we neared it. There were a few bandits outside but they didn't prove an obstacle - more a brief nuisance.



There were more bandits inside, many were already dead near the entrance. But a few had made a camp further in. I began sneaking closer making ready to strike, but Sofia just engaged them with a loud warcry. I could only join the fray and help her take them out.
Deeper down we ran into a huge frostbite spider. She was a real nuisance, but the greatest nuisance was the thief caught in the spider's web. Barely had I cut the bastard down did he scamper off - right into a horde of draugr. The stupid thief got himself killed and we had to deal with the remaining undead. There were lots of them in this ancient ruin.



The puzzle door. It would have ben an impassable obstacle had we not obtained the golden claw from the petty thief. I took a moment to ponder the combination, then I noticed that it was marked on the inside of the golden claw itself. Brother, did I feel stupid, ha ha.



The main chamber. What a Beautiful Place...



I was drawn in by the ancient Word wall. There was something scribbled down in the language of dragons. It surprised me when I took a closer look and was able to actualy decipher the Writing. "Het nok Faal Vahlok, deinmaar do Dovahgolz ahrk aan fus do unslaad rahgol ahrk vulom ---- Here lies The Guardian, keeper of the Dragonstone and a force of eternal rage and darkness."
The Guardian rose and attacked us as Sofia neared the treasure chest. He was quite a tough bugger. The bastard shouted "Fus Ro Dah -- Force Balance Push" at me and sent me flying like a ragdoll across the Place. It disn't stop me though, just enraged me and between me and Sofia the ancient draugr was vanquished. The Dragonstone we were sent to get was inside the chest. It apeared to be a map of Skyrim with various places around the landscape marked. Could this be some ancient treasure map? It was quite Heavy.
Sofia and I made out way out the back, exiting above an ancient burial site for the wooly mammoths in the region.

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Re: The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« Reply #6 on: October 12, 2017, 01:45:05 PM »
Oh I had such a hard time with that damn door!  I think it was someone on the HoT that told me the correct sequence!

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« Reply #7 on: October 13, 2017, 10:42:57 AM »


Good ol' Dragonstead - my home. Did I say this is where I was born. I decided to hold on to the Little golden souvenir. It's now hanging on the wall, waiting for its friends to make it Company. I'm sure we'll come across many more of these dragon claw keys during our coming adventures. But for now, Sofia and I made ourselves comfortable in my home, well our home I should say. She isn't going anywhere.
Sofia decided to make us something nice for supper...



And the evening ended with a pleasurable exercise in bed...



At the Bannered Mare in Whiterun I made this blond Beauty, Vilja. She was desperately asking for help finding a pair of thieves who had stolen a bottle from her. Of course I offered to help straight away, if not only to get to know her a little better. We tracked the pair down to the local meadert, Honningbrew just outside of Town - not very far from the farm where I first met the Companions, fighting that giant. The burly Nord talked about a curse. He was very happy to give up the bottle. Vilja could tell I was a bit puzzled. It wasn't just any bottle. It was quite old. She told me she was here in Skyrim trying to find the Eldergleam Sanctuary where she was told to go with the bottle. She didn't seem to know exactly what its contents were. I had Heard of the Eldergleam Sanctuary, but I wasn't sure just where it was. I offered to help her find it. Sofia gave me some cold stares, I think she knew just why I was being so helpful...
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« Reply #8 on: October 13, 2017, 05:44:08 PM »
With both women in tow I returned to Farengar, the Court wizard at Dragonsreach, who wasn't alone this time...



There was this middle-aged woman studying a map. She congratulated me on my successful quest into Bleakfalls Barrow. But before I was able to ask any questions there was an urgent message. One of the guards had returned from the western watchtower - a dragon had attacked. The jarl asked me for Another favor - he wanted me to go with Irileth, his housecarl, and fight this dragon. Sofia and Vilja tagged along with us...



The dragon had definitely been here. Irileth ordered the Place to be searched for survivors. There was one hiding in the tower, urging us to get out of sight Before the dragon returned. But too late...



Mirmulnir had returned and attacked us. The soldiers fired Arrows at the dragon as it circled the tower, beathing fire at the defenders. As the hulking beast landed, I engaged the dragon with my trusty axe. Sofia and Vilja also engaged in melee with me - brave women. Irileth got the wind knocked out of her by the dragon's tail, but the Dunmer housecarl was quickly back on her feet. The dragon took to the air again and made Another circle of the Tower Before landing a second time...



Something extraordinary happened when the dragon died. Irileth was content with the knowledge they could be killed. The Nord guards started talking about me as the Dragonborn, even asking me to shout like the dragons. I tried it and let out a "Fus". Indeed I could shout. Before we knew it, a thundering call bellowed down from the mountain, "Dovahkiin!" It was an invitation for me from the Greybeards...



Jarl Balgruuf was very pleased to hear the dragon was killed. He even mentioned he ha made the pilgrimage to High Hrothgar once in his youth. I decreed I was allowed to buy propert in Whiterun, and it happened a small house was for sale. I had made more than enough Money to buy and decorate this new home from profits selling loot. Now, I was also give the title of Thane of Whiterun and my own housecarl, Lydia.
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« Reply #9 on: October 14, 2017, 03:57:03 AM »
The next morning I Went to see Kodlak Whitemane in Jorrvaskr...



The old Harbinger sent me out to the courtyard to test my mettle with one of the twins. I soon showed him I was no pushover, but it still didn't stop him  - or the others - to treat me like a whelp. Anyway, the other Twin showed me where I could sleep - they obviously didn't know I ws the Thane of Whiterun or the only son of a wealthy couple, a man who owned his own mansion by Lake Illinalta. I was given some errands to run...



Before heading out, I Went to the genaral store and had a Little chat with the owner, one Breton named Belethor...



Me and my two Lovely ladies Went about and did my task for the Companions...



Then, come the evening, we freshened up at the shore of the lake, outside of my mansion.
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« Reply #10 on: October 14, 2017, 12:38:34 PM »
On a rainy day we sought shelter in an abandoned building...



Vilja and Sofia can be quite ruthless when peeved - don't go antagonize them like thse outlaws did:



Falkreath. The guard asked us if we've seen a dog. Apparently the smith had asked them to keep an Eye out. The blacksmith even gave me a piece of meat to lure the dog.



The jarl of Falkreath wanted us to go kill the leader of a Group of bandits. Sofia seemed quite eager to bloody her sword...



After visiting the jarl, we Went to the inn. Vilja turned out to be quite the party girl when she had imbibed some drink. I could take advantage of that to satisfy my carnal desire - if it were not for my heart. I didn't feel like taking that advantageof her. I had done that with Sofia, but she didn't resent me for it. Sofia seems to like the sex, though I Think she may be afraid of conceiving. The drink certainly helps her overcome thse fears, at least when Rolling in the hay.



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« Reply #11 on: October 15, 2017, 04:09:18 AM »


Embershard Mine, that's where we were headed to kill the bandit leader as requested by Jarl Siddgeir of Falkreath...



The mine turned out to be quite larger than I had expected. There were lots of outlaws inside, thankfully they were spread out and we could pick them off a few at a time...



When we had finally cleared the whole mine, Sofia was quite weary and she felt queasy. Vilja was concerned she had caught something and wanted to make her a cure disease potion. I figured the cause was something less serious and much more joyous. Sofia didn't look pale or anything you'd expect if she had caught an affliction. Vilja, too, caught on soon enough. We stayed the night and used the bandits' sleeping bags. Come morning we set out for Dragonstead. Vilja and I left Sofia there...



And as time passed, our suspicions about sofia's condition were confirmed...
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« Reply #12 on: October 16, 2017, 11:34:42 AM »
Jarl Siddgeir of Falkreath Hold informed me there was room for a new Thane. But he could only grant this title to someone known throughout the hold. Ergo, I help his people, I get named Thane...



First I made an investment in the alchemist's shop. Then, with Vilja in tow, I began looking for other people to help... The old Altmer priest tending to the vast graveyard had lost his journal during an adventure into a cave. Vilja and I set out to find it for him...



The Place was full of necromancers. Vilja seemed to share my distaste for this practice. She was relentles in her attacks and showed no mercy, not that thse evil mages ever deserved mercy.



We found the old wizard's journal and returned it to him. The jarl was pleased with our efforts and happily grated me the title of Thane of Falkreath. There was a plot of land for sale at the price of 5000 Septims. Its location wasn't very far from my own mansion. In my mind I already had visions of how I wanted it to look - a home for me and Vilja to raise Children one day soon. Well, first I had to capture her heart. I Think I we got along quite well. This friendship would surely turn to love eventually. I just had to bide my time...



Lakeview started to take form. Work often continued until after dark. This doesn't mean I had forgotten about my Sofia, not at all. This lovely lady was carrying our child. I made sure to visit as often as possible. I wasn't very surprised she chose to stroll about in the nude. She seemed to prefer to be unclothed even Before she bame with child. But the main reason must be the Heavy lactation. Her breast were just leaking rivers of milk, and the baby wasn't due for some time yet. Then, I had Heard this was how it is with women in our family. It had been so for my mother and her mother before her.


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Re: The Shezarrine - a Skyrim story
« Reply #13 on: October 16, 2017, 03:53:05 PM »
I can't wait to get back to Fallout with the pregnancy mod!  I was having a blast with that mod!  Great screenies, Wotan!

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« Reply #14 on: October 17, 2017, 11:09:55 AM »
The days followed one another...



While Sofia grew closer to full term, work on Lakeview made good process. I expected to be finished with stage 1 at the time the baby was born...



Once the main hall was completed, work started on the basement...



It was a good thing the location was so close to the lake. Not only did we put up a small fishing hut, but it was great to Clean up after a hard day's work.

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