gamesr4fite:

While making thumbnails for some videos that still need them, I just realized the giants in Skyrim have pointed ears. They also have that same sort of yellowish skin tone that the Altmer have. Maybe…this is crazy, but…maybe the giants used to be elves who got tangled up in bad magic and couldn’t stop growing? O.o

/andsoafanficwasborn

gamesr4fite:

While making thumbnails for some videos that still need them, I just realized the giants in Skyrim have pointed ears. They also have that same sort of yellowish skin tone that the Altmer have. Maybe…this is crazy, but…maybe the giants used to be elves who got tangled up in bad magic and couldn’t stop growing? O.o

/andsoafanficwasborn

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skyrimconfessionss:

"I feel like I know more about the history of Skyrim and Tamriel than I do about the history of the real world. Not sure how to feel about it."
http://skyrimconfessions.com

skyrimconfessionss:

"I feel like I know more about the history of Skyrim and Tamriel than I do about the history of the real world. Not sure how to feel about it."

http://skyrimconfessions.com

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videreseb:

I don’t know what sort of eternal wellspring they draw from, but it’s clear that the Draugr carry only the barest whisper of life in them, and it rekindles nightly while resting in its niche. I now believe that the grotesque forms that we see in the barrow were, in fact, buried fully as men and women, and only over the thousands of years that have passed withered into the wretched things we know. If we had visited a barrow directly after it’s construction, we might not have even known any of its inhabitants were dead! “

- Amongst the Draugr: A Study on the Behavior of Draugr by Bernadette Bandian, College of Winterhold Athenaeum. 

 

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