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ESOTR Micro Blog: Clockwork City Details

September 5th, 2017 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

The ESO dev team gave us some nice teases for the upcoming Clockwork City DLC and Update 16’s quality of life fixes. I ambush Zeffin and get him on the mic to talk about these exciting new features and more!
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Elder Scrolls off the Record 165: That LFG Tool!

October 27th, 2015 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

This week’s show brought huge laughs and a good time. We go over the major news, which comes from “ESO Live”, where ZOS announced major changes to the battle leveling system and the LFG Tool! Plus, in our “Rumors” section, we ask ourselves what we expect in upcoming DLC. Later on, we discuss our gameplay in ESO and Skyrim. The crew answers your emails, plus connects with the community, like we always do. Kick back and relax, its ESOTR
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Elder Scrolls Off the Record 160: To Gate, Or Not To Gate I.C.

August 27th, 2015 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

Layoffs at ZOS, Imp. City may (Or may not) be gated eventutally, Skywind releases an updated video, and Elder Scrolls VI may not happen for “A very long time”. Gameplay comes from ESO, Skyrim, and Oblivion. Plus, your mod of the week, your emails, This Week in Tamrielic Holidays, Two Moon’s Horoscope and so much more!
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Elder Scrolls Off the Record 158: Imperial City First Impressions

August 4th, 2015 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

The Imperial City is up on the PTS and we’ve got our first impressions for you, so you can make a better buying decision. Also, we cover what we learned from this week’s special “ESO Live: Imperial City Live Q&A” and missing Skyrim systems resurrected by a mod! Tamriel’s Rumors focuses on “Elder Scrolls Legends” and if we believe it’ll be as popular as “Fallout Shelter”. Plus your emails, 3 awesome mods in The Crafting Table, a ‘Rage of the Week’, new weekly gameplay challenges and more! Gameplay comes from ESO, Skyrim, and Oblivion!
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Elder Scrolls Off the Record 157: Quakecon Imperial City DLC and Beyond!

July 28th, 2015 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

News of ESO’s first DLC, “The Imperial City” was finally released this week at QuakeCon 2015. We have that and more, plus gameplay from Oblivion, Skyrim and ESO. Not to mention some great mods this week and a full listener submission section. Also, in our rumor section, ZOS promised us a 12 week cycle for ‘named DLC’, can that keep that up? Enjoy!
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Classic Elder Scrolls 40: Behold! The Imperial City

July 27th, 2015 Posted by Classic Elder Scrolls, Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

This episode begins our series into The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion’s locations, and we start with a bang, in The Imperial City. We delve into the lore, history, what it could have looked like in Skyrim’s fourth Era and what the ancient city, has meant to the series, as well as explain its evolution from lore to game.
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Elder Scrolls Off the Record 156: Imperial City & the Argonian Rhapsody

July 21st, 2015 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

Imperial City DLC, the updates it brings to the game, plus Daggerfall Tools for Unity 5, “Will classes be added to ESO” in Tamriel’s Rumors, email and gameplay from everyone TES game! We begin our episode with a bang: “Argonian Rhapsody” as performed by Liz “Mistress LeBeau” and the QGN Staff. Stay tuned, for later, we repeat the song without the ‘live’ feel to it.
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Elder Scrolls Off the Record 155: HUGE Updates from ESO Live!

July 4th, 2015 Posted by Elder Scrolls Off The Record - Elder Scrolls Off The Record An Elder Scrolls Online & Elder Scrolls Podcast, Podcasts No Comment yet

This week we have ESOTR: Akatosh guild member and friend of the show, ‘Yandros’, join us, as we announced the Xbox One and PS4 guilds ‘ESOTR’! After we discuss our gameplay from ESO and Oblivion, we delve into the new info from ESO Live, Paul Sage leaving ZOS, and what we’re looking forward to hearing about the incoming new info from, long awaited, Imperial City update! During the show, we have your Emails, the “Rage of the Week” and much, much, more! Enjoy!
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Minecraft Mondays – The Might of Rome

October 2nd, 2012 Posted by Minecraft News Archive, News Archive No Comment yet

Minecraft is a complete sandbox game giving the player the freedom to do as he/she pleases. Most people decide on doing insane builds of real life structures, or in the design of a real life building. Most popular have been medieval, Asian, classical European; some even use the game to create replicas of popular culture such as Skyrim, Lord of the Rings and Star Wars.

In real life, one civilization in human history changed the way everyone looks at art, architecture and life in general: the Romans. Their hold on the ancient world stretched from parts of Britain all the way around the Mediterranean Sea, into parts of the Middle East. Roman art and architecture can still be found littering the landscape of those ancient places, and their influence can plainly be seen in modern day society (The White House, Stadiums, the way roads are built and laid out).

Minecraft gives the player the freedom to recreate parts of the world in the game, to celebrate the great feats of architects past, as well as show your friends how awesome you are at building. Here are a few great examples of that in this week’s Minecraft Mondays!

1:1 Roman Colosseum

Nothing in Roman history is more iconic than the Colosseum. This was a place in which man was pitted against each other, as well as exotic beasts brought from all over the empire. In the circle of the Colosseum if a Gladiator swayed the crowd to his favor, he could become mightier than the Emperor. Slaves were brought here to fight, with the chance of winning their freedom. This building showed both the might and majesty of the splendor of Rome, as well as showcased one of her darker sides by catering to a primal need for violence. A Colosseum is perfect for you and your friends to battle to your Minecraft deaths with plenty of room for onlookers to spectate!
Building credit – Phoenix1094
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Roman Building Bundle

Another great build showcasing some building ideas done in a very Romanesque style. Buildings vary from Temples, The Hanging Gardens, Insulae (apartments), Public Baths, etc. Not all the buildings in this world save are furnished but the building’s creator, McBreakdown, has a link posted in the Planet Minecraft showcase to show you what is possible with these buildings if you choose to build them on your server!

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Roman Armored Legionnaire

A simple skin to make your character look as though they are a Legionnaire in the Roman Military. Enjoy!
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Romecraft 1.3.1

Before you string me up for showcasing a 16X16 texture pack, just note the majority of these builds are best viewed using this texture pack. With over 220K downloads, Stugace’s Romecraft is a great example of creating a texture pack to showcase a certain style. Each block is dutifully created to look like an Ancient Roman texture akin to the real materials they would’ve used back in Ancient times. Check it out if you download these builds, even though it’s not HD, it is worth a look.

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The Roman City of Vespasianum

The Roman City of Vespasianum is a great example of the melding of all the building types you’ve seen above. The city, built by Planet Minecraft user 9988, is massive spanning 250X160 blocks. It has over 32 unique buildings in it, including Roman Domii and a Roman theater. This world save is a great way to explore a great build based on some of the oldest and well built creations in the world. Remember to give 9988 a “Diamond” if you enjoy his build!

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Remember, if you have a build you are currently working on and would like to see it showcased on our sites in our weekly segment, send an email to [email protected] with the subject “Minecraft Mondays.” Thanks for reading and happy building!

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