Since nothing went very well with my original character I decided to create a new one when I started the game again. Though I still chose the Ebonheart Pact so I have no idea whether you start somewhere else if you choose Aldmeri Dominion or Daggerfall Covenant. My favourites have always been Nords and Dark Elves. Though it would be cool to play something on the left side of the map, so if I don't get to keep my character after the beta I might go for Wood Elf or Imperial in the Aldmeri Dominion. Just so that I could maybe get to see Summerset Isles, Valenwood and Elsweyr. Skyrim and Morrowind are great, and I feel so nostalgic running around in Daedric ruins at Vvardenfell, but it would be awesome to discover something new.
So for my new character I chose a Nord warrior. My original character had been a Dark Elf rogue, but while I played my rogue gradually turned into a warrior, so I thought I might as well just create a warrior to begin with. This time I knew more about the game mechanics and everything went better. On Saturday I created my character and got up to level 10. On Sunday I got to level 15. But after that I started to run into some problems. Al the quests I had were either bugged or not completely part of the beta. Meaning I could start them but not complete them, cause after a while when I was going to change scene I got the message "You lack the required permissions to transfer here", meaning the continuation of the quest wasn't in the beta :/ That was alright, but when I had about 9 quests and 5 of them were outside of the beta and 4 of them were bugged I felt a little annoyed. Though one quest got fixed before the session ended so at least I could finish that one xD
1). Cadwell. Crazy dude in Coldharbor. I like my crazy dudes, even better that he's British! 2). Balreth. The first encountered boss fight. 3). Cool scene from the past. 4). Molag Bal attempts to bring Nirn and Oblivion together. 5). Sheogorath! :D 6). General landscape of Morrowind: Pretty fields, Molag Bal and volcanoes. 7). My character as she looked when I closed down the beta last night
I've always had a thing for Sheogorath. He seems to have lost some weight over the centuries. He's much thinner in Skyrim than he is in ESO.
I'm really looking forward to April...