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Submitted by -Mezzo- 722d ago | article

Exploring The Dwemer With Mods

GameSpy - If there's one thing that Skyrim and the Elder Scrolls series isn't short on, it's lore. I mean, that's kind of in the series' name, so it would be a bit of an oversight if there wasn't a healthy dollop of history slowly congealing over the snow-flecked cheeks of its northern wastes. But out of all of that history, from the Falmer to the mysteriously disappeared Snow Elves, there's none that seem quite as interesting as the Dwemer, the closest thing The Elder Scrolls has ever come to dwarves. (PC, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim)

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