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#110 - One one hand, that comment was silly. On the other ha… 04/15/2015 on I welcome our new hexapod... 0
#70 - Nice! Sounds pretty cool as well. The whole Falkreath bit was … 04/10/2015 on Oblivion Comp I +1
#66 - As mentioned, Dunmer. The two screenshots I posted I took and …  [+] (2 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Oblivion Comp I +2
User avatar #67 - akulakhan (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice. You don't just add challenge to your game but also create a reason behind it. This way Skyrim must finally feel like an RPG rather than a hack and slash (because let's be honest, the game's hardly this way, even compared to previous ones). I hope you're having fun, though I can pretty much tell you are.

I don't role play much myself in TES, but I like to customize a thing or two for the sake of my character's background, or at least imagine that's why I choose to do this and not that. So for example when I was playing as a Dunmer in Oblivion I installed a house mod located close to Morrowind's border. He was a sneaky assassin kind of character with a penchant for alchemy. The house was called Mushroom Manor and it came equipped with almost every alchemical ingredient growing around. Whenever I came home to drop some loot I liked to think he enjoys the solitude of his house where he can master his alchemy skills in peace. Another time I was playing as a Redguard freelancer, whom I imagined to be a sailor settled on the land. And I also installed a house mod for him, a small fisherman cottage near Anvil. My later Nord character had a house in Bruma, my Imperial one lived in a cart near the bridge to the Imperial City. You get the idea.

Similarly, I once decided to play as an Altmer in Skyrim, although not as a magic oriented character but a stealthy one. Iachesis Fernvale he was called, first name from an ancient Altmer mage, last name being a typical Bosmer name (back from Arena/Daggerfall). Light armor, bows, short blades etc. I justified this particular choice by making a backstory for him. I imagined he was orphaned as a child and raised among the Bosmer, which is why he was more comfortable fighting like they do but used his inherited magic abilities to help himself in the process (lots of illusion magic). For the home, I built him the Lakeview Manor, because I thought he'd feel comfortable in the woods around Falkreath.

And twice I played a character in Skyrim (one Breton, one Dunmer) whose main motivation was seeking power, becoming more proficient and deadly at pretty much every discipline. Always in pursuit for more means of being superior to others. In the end I always felt I didn't accomplish much other than becoming an unstoppable war machine, though. There was no real satisfaction in Skyrim after finishing all major quests, in my opinion. In Morrowind you ended the game as an immortal, savior-hero who can kill gods and face a Daedric prince in combat. In Oblivion you stop the greatest threat to Tamriel, rewrite history with an Elder Scroll and become a god. In Skyrim you start as an errand boy and finish as an errand boy, the only thing that changes is the power of your character. Least that's how I see it now, after so many replays.
User avatar #70 - demicus (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice! Sounds pretty cool as well. The whole Falkreath bit was a nice touch too.

But yea, Valerie has come to be one of my favorite characters thanks to all this. :3
To the point I commissioned porn of her but that is a whole different thing entirely. D:
#57 - I have ran out of Skyrim so have my Oblivion main. Al…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/09/2015 on Oblivion Comp I +1
#58 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Yeah you should probably get some sleep.

<My succubus character before I changed her looks. Doesn't look too different actually.
#55 - Nothing like some Skyrim. and spending so damn much time…  [+] (7 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Oblivion Comp I +2
User avatar #65 - akulakhan (04/09/2015) [-]
Two questions:

1. What race are you playing as?
2. What scenario are you role playing?
#66 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
As mentioned, Dunmer. The two screenshots I posted I took and the one you just replied to I commissioned.

Spoiler'd for long text wall.

Valerie was a custom companion I modded into Morrowind waaaay back when (NPC with a follow script and lots of teleporting via console commands), daughter of a minor Halaalu noble. Was infected with the corpus same as my own character and cured the same way as well, hence the fact she is still alive in Skyrim times. Not a big fighter, but rather more of an archaeologist who studies the ancient Dwemer. Fought along side the Hero of Kavatch during the Oblivion Crisis and joined the Blades. Left the blades when Red Mountain erupted to help her people, and as such avoided the culling of the Blades that occured.

Came to Skyrim to explore the Dwemer ruins there, since after the eruption of Red Mountain the dwemer ruins of Morrowind would be all but impossible to reach. Sides with the Imperials since she herself has been a long supporter of the Empire. Relies on her companions to be the bruisers and uses a crossbow for her main combat. Makes time to come back to her home at Lakeview Manor to visit the two girls she adopted (pictured above). Is doing her best to end the Stormcloak rebellion with as few bodies as possible, while using her knowledge of Dwemer tools and weapons to combat the Dragons.

No fast traveling, no riding horses just a pack horse, food and water mods, frostfall, difficulty maxed out, companions essential flags turned off... pretty much going for the full hardcore experience.
User avatar #67 - akulakhan (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice. You don't just add challenge to your game but also create a reason behind it. This way Skyrim must finally feel like an RPG rather than a hack and slash (because let's be honest, the game's hardly this way, even compared to previous ones). I hope you're having fun, though I can pretty much tell you are.

I don't role play much myself in TES, but I like to customize a thing or two for the sake of my character's background, or at least imagine that's why I choose to do this and not that. So for example when I was playing as a Dunmer in Oblivion I installed a house mod located close to Morrowind's border. He was a sneaky assassin kind of character with a penchant for alchemy. The house was called Mushroom Manor and it came equipped with almost every alchemical ingredient growing around. Whenever I came home to drop some loot I liked to think he enjoys the solitude of his house where he can master his alchemy skills in peace. Another time I was playing as a Redguard freelancer, whom I imagined to be a sailor settled on the land. And I also installed a house mod for him, a small fisherman cottage near Anvil. My later Nord character had a house in Bruma, my Imperial one lived in a cart near the bridge to the Imperial City. You get the idea.

Similarly, I once decided to play as an Altmer in Skyrim, although not as a magic oriented character but a stealthy one. Iachesis Fernvale he was called, first name from an ancient Altmer mage, last name being a typical Bosmer name (back from Arena/Daggerfall). Light armor, bows, short blades etc. I justified this particular choice by making a backstory for him. I imagined he was orphaned as a child and raised among the Bosmer, which is why he was more comfortable fighting like they do but used his inherited magic abilities to help himself in the process (lots of illusion magic). For the home, I built him the Lakeview Manor, because I thought he'd feel comfortable in the woods around Falkreath.

And twice I played a character in Skyrim (one Breton, one Dunmer) whose main motivation was seeking power, becoming more proficient and deadly at pretty much every discipline. Always in pursuit for more means of being superior to others. In the end I always felt I didn't accomplish much other than becoming an unstoppable war machine, though. There was no real satisfaction in Skyrim after finishing all major quests, in my opinion. In Morrowind you ended the game as an immortal, savior-hero who can kill gods and face a Daedric prince in combat. In Oblivion you stop the greatest threat to Tamriel, rewrite history with an Elder Scroll and become a god. In Skyrim you start as an errand boy and finish as an errand boy, the only thing that changes is the power of your character. Least that's how I see it now, after so many replays.
User avatar #70 - demicus (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice! Sounds pretty cool as well. The whole Falkreath bit was a nice touch too.

But yea, Valerie has come to be one of my favorite characters thanks to all this. :3
To the point I commissioned porn of her but that is a whole different thing entirely. D:
#56 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
And all the time it takes to mod it.
#57 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
I have ran out of Skyrim so have my Oblivion main.

Also holy hell it is 4am, I should at least pretend to sleep now. D:
#58 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Yeah you should probably get some sleep.

<My succubus character before I changed her looks. Doesn't look too different actually.
#52 - Nope. Just my character for Skyrim.  [+] (9 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Oblivion Comp I +1
#54 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Looks good. Here is mine. My main at least. Need a new screenshot of my succubus character after I changed her looks.
#55 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
Nothing like some Skyrim. and spending so damn much time being so damn intent on roleplaying that I have yet to ever actually finish the damn game. >_<
User avatar #65 - akulakhan (04/09/2015) [-]
Two questions:

1. What race are you playing as?
2. What scenario are you role playing?
#66 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
As mentioned, Dunmer. The two screenshots I posted I took and the one you just replied to I commissioned.

Spoiler'd for long text wall.

Valerie was a custom companion I modded into Morrowind waaaay back when (NPC with a follow script and lots of teleporting via console commands), daughter of a minor Halaalu noble. Was infected with the corpus same as my own character and cured the same way as well, hence the fact she is still alive in Skyrim times. Not a big fighter, but rather more of an archaeologist who studies the ancient Dwemer. Fought along side the Hero of Kavatch during the Oblivion Crisis and joined the Blades. Left the blades when Red Mountain erupted to help her people, and as such avoided the culling of the Blades that occured.

Came to Skyrim to explore the Dwemer ruins there, since after the eruption of Red Mountain the dwemer ruins of Morrowind would be all but impossible to reach. Sides with the Imperials since she herself has been a long supporter of the Empire. Relies on her companions to be the bruisers and uses a crossbow for her main combat. Makes time to come back to her home at Lakeview Manor to visit the two girls she adopted (pictured above). Is doing her best to end the Stormcloak rebellion with as few bodies as possible, while using her knowledge of Dwemer tools and weapons to combat the Dragons.

No fast traveling, no riding horses just a pack horse, food and water mods, frostfall, difficulty maxed out, companions essential flags turned off... pretty much going for the full hardcore experience.
User avatar #67 - akulakhan (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice. You don't just add challenge to your game but also create a reason behind it. This way Skyrim must finally feel like an RPG rather than a hack and slash (because let's be honest, the game's hardly this way, even compared to previous ones). I hope you're having fun, though I can pretty much tell you are.

I don't role play much myself in TES, but I like to customize a thing or two for the sake of my character's background, or at least imagine that's why I choose to do this and not that. So for example when I was playing as a Dunmer in Oblivion I installed a house mod located close to Morrowind's border. He was a sneaky assassin kind of character with a penchant for alchemy. The house was called Mushroom Manor and it came equipped with almost every alchemical ingredient growing around. Whenever I came home to drop some loot I liked to think he enjoys the solitude of his house where he can master his alchemy skills in peace. Another time I was playing as a Redguard freelancer, whom I imagined to be a sailor settled on the land. And I also installed a house mod for him, a small fisherman cottage near Anvil. My later Nord character had a house in Bruma, my Imperial one lived in a cart near the bridge to the Imperial City. You get the idea.

Similarly, I once decided to play as an Altmer in Skyrim, although not as a magic oriented character but a stealthy one. Iachesis Fernvale he was called, first name from an ancient Altmer mage, last name being a typical Bosmer name (back from Arena/Daggerfall). Light armor, bows, short blades etc. I justified this particular choice by making a backstory for him. I imagined he was orphaned as a child and raised among the Bosmer, which is why he was more comfortable fighting like they do but used his inherited magic abilities to help himself in the process (lots of illusion magic). For the home, I built him the Lakeview Manor, because I thought he'd feel comfortable in the woods around Falkreath.

And twice I played a character in Skyrim (one Breton, one Dunmer) whose main motivation was seeking power, becoming more proficient and deadly at pretty much every discipline. Always in pursuit for more means of being superior to others. In the end I always felt I didn't accomplish much other than becoming an unstoppable war machine, though. There was no real satisfaction in Skyrim after finishing all major quests, in my opinion. In Morrowind you ended the game as an immortal, savior-hero who can kill gods and face a Daedric prince in combat. In Oblivion you stop the greatest threat to Tamriel, rewrite history with an Elder Scroll and become a god. In Skyrim you start as an errand boy and finish as an errand boy, the only thing that changes is the power of your character. Least that's how I see it now, after so many replays.
User avatar #70 - demicus (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice! Sounds pretty cool as well. The whole Falkreath bit was a nice touch too.

But yea, Valerie has come to be one of my favorite characters thanks to all this. :3
To the point I commissioned porn of her but that is a whole different thing entirely. D:
#56 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
And all the time it takes to mod it.
#57 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
I have ran out of Skyrim so have my Oblivion main.

Also holy hell it is 4am, I should at least pretend to sleep now. D:
#58 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Yeah you should probably get some sleep.

<My succubus character before I changed her looks. Doesn't look too different actually.
#49 - Not always ugly.  [+] (11 new replies) 04/09/2015 on Oblivion Comp I +2
User avatar #51 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Is that a follower mod?
#52 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
Nope. Just my character for Skyrim.
#54 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Looks good. Here is mine. My main at least. Need a new screenshot of my succubus character after I changed her looks.
#55 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
Nothing like some Skyrim. and spending so damn much time being so damn intent on roleplaying that I have yet to ever actually finish the damn game. >_<
User avatar #65 - akulakhan (04/09/2015) [-]
Two questions:

1. What race are you playing as?
2. What scenario are you role playing?
#66 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
As mentioned, Dunmer. The two screenshots I posted I took and the one you just replied to I commissioned.

Spoiler'd for long text wall.

Valerie was a custom companion I modded into Morrowind waaaay back when (NPC with a follow script and lots of teleporting via console commands), daughter of a minor Halaalu noble. Was infected with the corpus same as my own character and cured the same way as well, hence the fact she is still alive in Skyrim times. Not a big fighter, but rather more of an archaeologist who studies the ancient Dwemer. Fought along side the Hero of Kavatch during the Oblivion Crisis and joined the Blades. Left the blades when Red Mountain erupted to help her people, and as such avoided the culling of the Blades that occured.

Came to Skyrim to explore the Dwemer ruins there, since after the eruption of Red Mountain the dwemer ruins of Morrowind would be all but impossible to reach. Sides with the Imperials since she herself has been a long supporter of the Empire. Relies on her companions to be the bruisers and uses a crossbow for her main combat. Makes time to come back to her home at Lakeview Manor to visit the two girls she adopted (pictured above). Is doing her best to end the Stormcloak rebellion with as few bodies as possible, while using her knowledge of Dwemer tools and weapons to combat the Dragons.

No fast traveling, no riding horses just a pack horse, food and water mods, frostfall, difficulty maxed out, companions essential flags turned off... pretty much going for the full hardcore experience.
User avatar #67 - akulakhan (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice. You don't just add challenge to your game but also create a reason behind it. This way Skyrim must finally feel like an RPG rather than a hack and slash (because let's be honest, the game's hardly this way, even compared to previous ones). I hope you're having fun, though I can pretty much tell you are.

I don't role play much myself in TES, but I like to customize a thing or two for the sake of my character's background, or at least imagine that's why I choose to do this and not that. So for example when I was playing as a Dunmer in Oblivion I installed a house mod located close to Morrowind's border. He was a sneaky assassin kind of character with a penchant for alchemy. The house was called Mushroom Manor and it came equipped with almost every alchemical ingredient growing around. Whenever I came home to drop some loot I liked to think he enjoys the solitude of his house where he can master his alchemy skills in peace. Another time I was playing as a Redguard freelancer, whom I imagined to be a sailor settled on the land. And I also installed a house mod for him, a small fisherman cottage near Anvil. My later Nord character had a house in Bruma, my Imperial one lived in a cart near the bridge to the Imperial City. You get the idea.

Similarly, I once decided to play as an Altmer in Skyrim, although not as a magic oriented character but a stealthy one. Iachesis Fernvale he was called, first name from an ancient Altmer mage, last name being a typical Bosmer name (back from Arena/Daggerfall). Light armor, bows, short blades etc. I justified this particular choice by making a backstory for him. I imagined he was orphaned as a child and raised among the Bosmer, which is why he was more comfortable fighting like they do but used his inherited magic abilities to help himself in the process (lots of illusion magic). For the home, I built him the Lakeview Manor, because I thought he'd feel comfortable in the woods around Falkreath.

And twice I played a character in Skyrim (one Breton, one Dunmer) whose main motivation was seeking power, becoming more proficient and deadly at pretty much every discipline. Always in pursuit for more means of being superior to others. In the end I always felt I didn't accomplish much other than becoming an unstoppable war machine, though. There was no real satisfaction in Skyrim after finishing all major quests, in my opinion. In Morrowind you ended the game as an immortal, savior-hero who can kill gods and face a Daedric prince in combat. In Oblivion you stop the greatest threat to Tamriel, rewrite history with an Elder Scroll and become a god. In Skyrim you start as an errand boy and finish as an errand boy, the only thing that changes is the power of your character. Least that's how I see it now, after so many replays.
User avatar #70 - demicus (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice! Sounds pretty cool as well. The whole Falkreath bit was a nice touch too.

But yea, Valerie has come to be one of my favorite characters thanks to all this. :3
To the point I commissioned porn of her but that is a whole different thing entirely. D:
#56 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
And all the time it takes to mod it.
#57 - demicus (04/09/2015) [-]
I have ran out of Skyrim so have my Oblivion main.

Also holy hell it is 4am, I should at least pretend to sleep now. D:
#58 - lordsepulchure (04/09/2015) [-]
Yeah you should probably get some sleep.

<My succubus character before I changed her looks. Doesn't look too different actually.
#35 - This guy looks like he spends his days honing his Guns of Icar… 04/05/2015 on why....FOR FASHION 0
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User avatar #31 - vorarephilia (11/03/2014) [-]
happy late account birthday.
#30 - jettom (12/31/2013) [-]
Happy new year.
#27 - vorarephilia (09/09/2013) [-]
I got a kick out of this.

do you think they have any idea? XD
User avatar #28 to #27 - demicus (09/09/2013) [-]
Nope, they have noooooooooo idea. But when someone google's for the Vegas Off Road Experience, they will get the ride of their life.
User avatar #29 to #28 - demicus (11/12/2013) [-]
Testing testing
#21 - friedchickenman (06/14/2013) [-]
I too am a voreaphile.
#22 to #21 - demicus (06/14/2013) [-]
Cool. ^_^
User avatar #23 to #22 - pastamaster (08/23/2013) [-]
I also am. As you remember my comment from before. lol
User avatar #24 to #23 - demicus (08/24/2013) [-]
^^ Always nice to meet others so like-minded.

Feel free to browse my DA gallery, You need to login to view this link , where you can find a number of vore pieces I commissioned. ^
^

Others are too **** even for DA I'm afraid..... >_<
User avatar #25 to #24 - pastamaster (08/24/2013) [-]
Awesome! Ever post anything on FA?
User avatar #26 to #25 - demicus (08/25/2013) [-]
Not really... my FA has no uploads, and since I really only commission two artists, I just link to their pages when applicable.

Those two being
The Hungry Succubus : You need to login to view this link
and Twisted Melody 13 : You need to login to view this link
#3 - AwesomeAnonomous (04/07/2013) [-]
Holy **** , I've already been here?

Well hello again

BAM... no more herpes
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BAM... herpes
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