Chronicles of Tamriel Kicks off April 12th at 6PM PT with Chapter 1: Hroldin's Legacy. Through the course of the event series we hope to explore some of the unknown chapters in the Elder Scrolls universe, while providing an entertaining 2-hour event to the Elder Scrolls Online Community.
The Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community is proud to announce the release of its 11th issue of Gaiscioch Magazine. In this issue they look back into the 15 year history of the Gaiscioch Gaming Community.
Gaiscioch is a great gaming community that has seen many changes over the years. It has always been based on how to make the community as a whole have more fun in a game. Not just our merry crew, but everyone that wants to come along.
Once upon a time in Camelot, I set out to create a refuge for people who were overlooked, discounted, and discarded by other communities. I grew tired of seeing people kicked from their guilds because they weren’t good enough, or didn’t play enough, or didn’t have the right gear on. I hated seeing people discounted just because they weren’t elite.
On the morning of October 29th, 2015, Shelly "Morigana" Songer experienced a heart complication and fell asleep to never wake up again. Her family was taken by surprise and knowing how much she loved her extended family reached out to contact me.
The Gaiscioch Social Gaming Community is proud to announce the release of its 12th issue of Gaiscioch Magazine. This issue marks the completion of our third year of publishing.
By now, most RIFT players have seen mentions of the Telara Saga, it's filled their chat channels, their forums, and the gaming press. From the outside many will look at the adventure and see a highly organized, and professional view of rather normal activities in the game many have overlooked.
A look into the detail that goes into opening a Gaiscioch Chapter. We review the things that make a chapter what it is.
As Gaiscioch has grown and traveled through various games, there has always been one that either was an ally or a foe in the games we played.
For more than a decade, I have hosted public community adventures for hundreds of players at a time. They may seem easy to put together, however anyone that has helped me run them knows just how difficult they may be. Creating a memorable event is even tougher.