[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. jún. 16. @ du. 9:21
Calling all Elder Scrolls Fan Fiction Fanatics!
I just absolutely love Elder Scrolls fan fiction, both writing it and reading it! So I did a few searches for Steam groups, and found none that were dedicated to just general fan fiction of the Elder Scrolls (at least none of them were obvious). Disappointed, I decided to do something about that. I just started a new Steam group called - unimaginatively, I must admit - Elder Scrolls Fan Fiction Writers. I created this to be a place where both readers and writers of Elder Scrolls fan fiction can interact and share in their passion.

Writers of all levels of skill and talent are welcome to join. In fact, you don't even have to be a writer! You must simply share our love of Elder Scrolls fan fiction and the amazing lore it delves into.

If you're interested, check us out here:
http://steamcommunity.com/groups/elderscrollsfanfictionwriters

It's an open group, so any can join!
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[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] 2013. jún. 16. @ du. 9:34 
Lovely endeavour Bud...great to see. I hope people join up!. I am writing some short stories and am thinking of including them as a mod. not sure yet. But my story follows a Khajiit Born in Skyrim and raised in the ways of the Norse Hunter.

Patient, well built, stong, resourceful, yet respectful and at one with nature, he documents his camping trips and his explorations..sometimes coming up against vicious foes...or exploiting excellent hunting gains..the life of a solitary hunter in Skyrim...and a history of his family tree to descover too..
Jogon 2013. jún. 16. @ du. 9:39 
Sounds good. Will visit site.
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. jún. 16. @ du. 9:45 
KL Master Dan. eredeti hozzászólása:
Lovely endeavour Bud...great to see. I hope people join up!. I am writing some short stories and am thinking of including them as a mod. not sure yet. But my story follows a Khajiit Born in Skyrim and raised in the ways of the Norse Hunter.

Patient, well built, stong, resourceful, yet respectful and at one with nature, he documents his camping trips and his explorations..sometimes coming up against vicious foes...or exploiting excellent hunting gains..the life of a solitary hunter in Skyrim...and a history of his family tree to descover too..

Do you mean as in-game books or something? Cause I've actually been thinking about doing that for some of my own stories.

Could be pretty cool. Maybe even include a modded follower based off of your character that carries a copy?
lanlyn 2013. jún. 16. @ du. 11:29 
I used to share some dramatized anecdotes about my various game characters with a couple of friends, but haven't written any true fan fiction. It would be fun to read what others have done. If I do try writing something myself, I'd have to really study the lore though!
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] 2013. jún. 17. @ de. 12:11 
@AlleinTiger: yes, and yes. :D
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. jún. 17. @ de. 7:47 
lanlyn eredeti hozzászólása:
I used to share some dramatized anecdotes about my various game characters with a couple of friends, but haven't written any true fan fiction. It would be fun to read what others have done. If I do try writing something myself, I'd have to really study the lore though!

You don't have to be an expert in Elder Scrolls lore to write fan fiction. You can always just pick a certain topic/time period in the game world and then research whatever might be related to that. Of course there might always be some fallacies or misnomers in there; but it's fan fiction, not writing for the actual game.

If you ever need a good place for lore, check the UESP.

http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Main_Page

I find that the wikia page for the Elder Scrolls is good for gameplay help while the UESP is far better at describing the lore. Good luck, and I hope to see you on the group page soon!
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. jún. 17. @ du. 12:33 
Still looking for some starting members! Remember, anyone who enjoys Elder Scrolls fan fiction is welcome!
lanlyn 2013. jún. 17. @ du. 4:02 
@DerAlleinTiger, Thanks!
RE: Lore. Not too long ago, I got caught up in reading a Stormcloak vs. Imperial debate thread on the Nexus forum: 164 pages of over 1600 posts. Some of those guys really knew their lore. Amazing. The discussion got a bit heated at times, but it was still interesting to read the level of immersion they adopted for the game. Well, and comparing Skyrim history to RL history.

Also, I have read the two novels by Greg Keyes: The Infernal City and Lord of Souls. Enjoyed those. The one Argonian character gave me a whole new appreciation for that race.
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. jún. 17. @ du. 4:11 
I actually haven't read the official ES books yet; but I'll definately have to check them out sometime.

As for the debates, yeah, I know what you mean. I've gotten involved in some of them, but those were all verbal and not over the Internet. It sounds sad to say that I'm more interested in the politics of Skyrim than I am real life politics; but can you really blame me? The politics of Skyrim is something anyone can understand with enough experience while real life politics just has too much cloak-and-dagger and too much corruption and hidden schemes to ever fully understand and to get the facts straight. Plus, if you're argument is off, then what does it hurt? You make a bad decision in a videogame and all you hurt are pixels. But I digress.

Yeah, the civil war in Skyrim is a great place to start with fan fiction as it's something that just about every player knows at least a little bit about. The other option would be a story that takes place sometime between games, like during the Great War. With so many blanks to fill in, it's easy to let your imagination run wild.

Anyway, I hope to see you on the ESFFW forums soon!
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[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:36 
Bump for anyone who hasn't seen this yet! We really could use more writers!
Agent-1138[GB] 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:38 
Fan fiction? Who needs fan fiction when I guarantee you have not read the enitre lore Morrowind through to Skyrim. Full play throughs are needed too.
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:40 
๖ۣۜSir Redmond Barry-1138GB eredeti hozzászólása:
Fan fiction? Who needs fan fiction when I guarantee you have not read the enitre lore Morrowind through to Skyrim. Full play throughs are needed too.

If you're not interested in fan fiction, then don't join; but this group is for those who enjoy the craft of writing as well as playing Elder Scrolls and would like to mix the two passions together.
Legutóbb szerkesztette: [KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger; 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:41
Agent-1138[GB] 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:47 
The entire Lore of The Elder Scrolls would be able to fill 20 400 page books+ no sweat.
[KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:49 
๖ۣۜSir Redmond Barry-1138GB eredeti hozzászólása:
The entire Lore of The Elder Scrolls would be able to fill 20 400 page books+ no sweat.

Yes, I know. The series possesses a very rich and expansive library of lore and canon. That is why it is perfect for fan fiction.

I honestly have no idea what you're trying to argue here.
Legutóbb szerkesztette: [KNoSC] DerAlleinTiger; 2013. júl. 14. @ du. 2:49
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