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  1. Adsew August 2, 2013 4:56 pm 

    Hey guys, just thought I would help explain a few of the things in the video you might not have thought of.

    For why the war hasn’t been heard of later on, there are some books that mention it as a time that’s extremely obscured and little documents remain on it. Purhaps there were mass book burnings and such or just lots of knowledge was destroyed by the war. I mean, it happened in real life right?

    Also, cultural armor I don’t find lore breaking. In fact, it is actually in the released games already. In each game, the armor sets look completely different to reflect that culture. Especially glass. I find it changes the most between games.

    Finally, as for new armors to keep adding content, well, maybe these techniques used to create such armor got lost over the years. I mean, 1000 years is a long time and it wouldn’t be the first time its happened. No one truly knows how to make dwarven armor anymore.

    Hopefully the game seems a little less lore breaking now 🙂 lets hope they add in some of those features for RPers!

  2. turtlenomad August 2, 2013 9:43 pm 

    At 3:24 that beard’s color is wayyy tooo different from the guys hair.

  3. thehumanfloyd August 3, 2013 6:41 pm 

    Also pretty disappointed by the AuA. I feel you about the chat bubbles, chairs and plastic doors!

  4. thehumanfloyd August 3, 2013 6:57 pm 

    I wouldn’t say having different armor sets is lore breaking. A lot can change in a thousand years. The time period of ESO is incredibly chaotic. Not a lot of records were kept, which explains the lack of books about it.

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