Back to Future…er Past

Back to ESO!

Depending on if my computer can still handle ESO I plan on taking full advantage of the free weekend of ESO since, you know, I was invited back and it’s free and all. Since I am forced to start over, I will be remaking 2 characters. Garemon, Zanders distant great-grandfather, and Elspeths distant great-grandfather Xavier. I am not happy to have to start over but I am excited to see what has changed.

The free ESO invite actually started yesterday but it took all damn day for me to get it up to date so today if my pc can handle it, I will be adventuring through Tamriel in the 2nd era.

If you want to add me, even if it is only for a short few days, Pyrelle is my ESO UserID. How original right? LOL

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8 thoughts on “Back to Future…er Past

      1. I haven’t the foggiest, it is an intriguing idea, and it would make sense. It would ultimately be up to you. It is your story, so you can do what ever you want hehe. =)

      2. Hmmm, I suppose that would be true if I were to write about it…but still I think anything Elspeth related is ultimately your story and subject to your final word. =)

  1. Welcome back! Since it’s free after you buy the game, I hope you’ll stick around. They’ve made a ton of great changes. I just went through the new tutorial yesterday and LOVED what they did. My username is @Whisper292. Look me up!

    1. I noticed the changes i liked most of them to be honest but its still cold harbor, its just depressing and i always seem to spend 5 levels there lol

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