4 Works in Original Dwemer Character(s)
Fandoms: Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Elder Scrolls
01 Dec 2019
1E650. Grand Architect of the Dwemer, Kagrenac, is dreaming of a lost spirit from the time of the gods search for a sanctuary in an old wood.
1E650. A renowned Dwemer Architect, Bthemetz - also known colloquially as "The Brass Architect", an ancient priest turned radical and heretic, who has defied death through inhabiting the body of a brass automaton - prepares to face the Grand Architect of the Dwemer, in front of the Brass Choir at Red Mountain, to denounce her whole life's work in The Grand Debate.
Amongst the Chimer, she is also rumoured to be Kagrenac's wife.
Fandoms: Elder Scrolls, Elder Scrolls Online
01 Oct 2019
While delving into a Dwemer ruin, Kireth and Raynor Vanos stumble upon some curious magic that turns out to be Sheogorath sending back an atypically artistically inclined Dwemer that once took a lengthy 'vacation' in the Shivering Isles to escape her tech-minded relatives. But, being Sheogorath, he of course makes a point of returning her to Tamriel only after the rest of her kin is long-gone.
Far before the vanishing of the Dwemer, Akita daughter of one of the architects was exiled. Far from her home, she made peace with the Ayleids. Welcoming her, though not with open arms, they allowed her to stay. Until a spell aimed at her causes her to fall into a deep sleep for over 3000 years. When she wakes, everything she knew is gone, cities and people completely new to her walk around. As the last of her race she has problems already with no one believing her, adding Dragonborn to that makes her life all the more interesting.
When it comes to be Tonal Architect Ranac Arkthagn's turn to disappear with the rest of the Dwemer, something goes horribly awry and he does not end up where he was supposed to. That's a given. But where is he now? It's unlike anything he's ever known and he must find a way to either get to where he's going or accept life in this strange new world, all the while flummoxed by everything and endangered by his own ignorance.