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The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr
The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr

Genre: Role Playing
Developer: Zenimax Online Official Site: https://www.elderscrollsonli...
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Release Date:
June 2019
Friday, 5 July 2019
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The latest annual major expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online is here and after spending sometime in the land of the Khajiit, Elsweyr, we're ready to share our review. So then, how does the addition of dragons, a new class in the form of the Necromancer and the new quest-line stack up?

Pretty well. But first, reviewer Adrian Haas talks philosophically about the notion of talking cats.
The Khajiit tendency to refer to themselves in the third person when talking has always been endearing, if a somewhat contrived trait born of the feline's natural state of absolute narcissism, aloofness, and inability to give two flicks of a tail for the world around them. Evolution, dark magicks, or most likely divine intervention, has bestowed a modicum of intelligence, speech, and bipedal locomotion upon these cats. As a result even their innate self obsession has been somewhat curtailed; these cats now actually care about events and others outside of themselves. Occasionally.

They do of course suffer the same penchant for unmitigated excessive verbosity inherent to all Tamriel's inhabitants.

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