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The Adventures Of Skyrim: Alternate Reality: 20 Years Later


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"Yes he did, i heard that the process hurt. I am glad." Selene said smirking.

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"What have you done all these years?" Elena said.

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20 years passed, and Kristoph had become a shadow on history. He was around 50 now, a grey beard and hair, but still skills in battle, and he still was a rogue as always. He settled into Dawnstar, working with the new Dark Brotherhood, and every now and then his connections with the Thieves Guild would be brought up. He still had Darkrend, always sheathed at his side. His sister went back to Solitude, living her normal life, but Kristoph still had his life to wrap up. He sat at the bar in the local tavern, where a Breton sat right by him, hooded to the point where only his mouth was visable however. Kristoph looked over.

"What's going on old man?" the Breton asked. Kristoph grinned.

"The usual. I wonder if High Rock is a good place to be right now?" The Breton laughed.

"I doubt it or I'd be home right now." Kristoph took a drink of his ale.

"Well, I hear the name you're going by these days has refreshed." The Breton sighed.

"Yep. Call me Evan. Always fun to get a new name." Kristoph looked over his shoulder as someone stepped through the door into the tavern, and he looked back over.

"You know, you don't always have to change you're name everytime you settle up into a new province," Kristoph said.

"Yeah, but it keeps the legion off my back. Well, usually," Evan replied. The old Dunmer rogue dropped some gold on the bar and got up.

"Let's get to the mine and see what we can dig up."

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OOC: Does this replace Adventures of Skyrim?

Twenty years later, Nephenee had seen the fruits of her plan. She was the Earl of Almsgard, and was married to Benjamin, who was the new Lord of Almsgard.
She had successfully taken over the East Empire Company and restored it to beyond its former glory, owning hundreds of ships and thousands of tonnes of goods.
She became one of the most wealthy and powerful people in the Empire, alongside Benjamin.

On a cold Skyrim day, the couple were returning to Skyrim after many years to deal celebrate the grand re-opening of Solitude's East Empire Company headquarters.
Nephenee and Benjamin leaned on the worn railing of the Ronoa, at the stern of the ship. It was the first ship that Nephenee had built for her new company, twenty years ago.
Nephenee sighed, breathing out steam as she tucked her arms into her black peacoat. "Twenty years since then," she said. "The years really do go by quickly."
She put her arms around Benjamin, who smiled. "Indeed they do. It's amazing how this ship still looks majestic despite its age," he said.
Nephenee grinned. "Just like you," she teased.

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OOC: Nope, not at all. You can't expect me to RP as a Gorgon forever can you? or ask you all to be old people from now on LOL :biggrin: I just thought this would be a nice little change.

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Kristoph and Evan both arrived at Dawnstar's mine, which withheld through every storm and blizzard to hit the small town. Barely any miners worked it anymore, but there were still gems and treasure inside.

"I haven't been here for around a week," Kristoph said.

"Well old man, let's find some gold," Evan chuckled.


Within a couple hours, the two men stepped back outside, carrying a few gems and ingots.

"Silver and gold, my favorite kinds," Kristoph said.

"I'll get this stuff sold. Split profit- half and half, as always," Evan said. It was that way for 15 years now.

"So, what about Alena? When have you last seen her?" Evan asked.

"Around two weeks ago. She's married, two kids. But I swear she could do better than her current husband," Kristoph replied.

"Like me?" Evan joked.

"Actually, I'd be fine with that. Because I don't want to beat the living hell out of you," Kristoph replied.

"Wow, is he THAT horrible?" Evan asked.

"Yeah he is." The two men looked off into the distance, getitng silent.

"How about we pay them a visit, and 'check up' on them?" Evan suggested. Kristoph thought that was a great idea.

"Sure. Let's head out.. say.. now."

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Over the sound of the sea and waves, a clock from within the ship chimed seven times.
"Fancy breakfast?" said Benjamin.
Nephenee nodded. "Might as well."
She turned around and looked out towards the bow of the ship. As she looked ahead, a few crewmembers scurried to bring tables out to the deck and set them up for the two and the officers of the ship.
She looked around at the sea around her, observing the other East Empire vessels.
Surrounding the Ronoa was a couple dozen other ships keeping course with it, proudly flying the colors of the Empire. Most of the ships sported elaborate gilded woodwork and trim coats of paint. Directly ahead of them was a large Imperial warship, proudly escorting the ships with its long rows of cannons and Imperial legion standing guard.
It was an Imperial Treasure fleet.

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OOC: Too late for me to change my original post, so i am going to post the new 20 years on for Selene, i have decided that being a snake-thing means little interaction with anyone or anything, other than to eat them. So here is my new 20 years on... sorry for any inconveniences. :biggrin:

n 20 years much had happened, the Empire saw a golden age like never before, under the rule of the Oda. Lady Selene and her Husband Nobunaga lived together happily, basking in the glory of the empire, and loved by the people. The Thalmor had been utterly obliterated, and the Summerset Isles forcefully placed firmly back in the Empire.

By finally being happy and living a wonderful life with her husband, Selene's demeanor had changed very slightly, she viewed people more like people, rather than expendable resources. And Nobunaga became respected by all of the people for his military prowess, there Emperor was not a force to be reckoned with, and his army was vast and grand.

On one wonderful day, Nobunaga was dealing with a group of bandits harassing a town, and Selene was gazing from the balcony in her chambers in the imperial palace. She looked out at the wonderful empire, richer, grander, and more powerful than ever. It was thanks to her, she had re-forged the Empire from the ashes of it's former self, and stopped it from crumbling.

She had not aged a day in 20 years, she looked as beautiful as ever, her hair fine, a grand and ornate gown, and of course some staggering high heels.

She walked into her throne room and sat down, she looked at her assistant and said "How goes the East Empire company?" Her assistant smiled and said "Under the leadership of Lady Nephenee, it is more glorious than ever." Selene smiled, she knew that Nephenee had a great potential the first time they met. Seems her judgement was right.

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Kristoph and Evan arrived in Solitude, after walking for miles. (OOC interuption: Dawnstar has no carrage in front of it) The metal gates to the capital of Skyrim opened, and the two men entered the town.

"This has changed over the last few years," Evan said, admiring the new looks and the new faces.

"Aye, though I wish it never did change," Kristoph replied. "C'mon, I'm pretty sure Alena is still living in the same house." They went staight along the road and flipped right, the first house there was Alena's. The outside was lined with plants, and the window by the door was open. The main door was painted red. Kristoph knocked on it.

"Open up! It's me!" he shouted. The door opened and a man stood in the doorway.

"What do you want elf?" the man said.

"Watch you're damn tongue Terrance, I may be old but I can still rip you're head off, we're here for Alena," Kristoph said. Terrance laughed.

"How about you watch you're tongue? I'll get Alena," the door shut. Kristoph turned around.

"If he was there for three more seconds there would be blood everywhere," he said to Evan.

"Wow, you really have a problem with that guy, old man," Evan replied. Kristoph only let Evan call him old. Mainly because Evan was a close friend, not just a buisness partner. Eventually, Alena opened the door, and smiled at Kristoph.

"Look who's here!" she shouted with joy. Kristoph hugged his sister.

"How's life treating you?" Kristoph asked.

"Good actually. The kids are already talking about joining the legion one day. Terrance fills they're heads with stories everyday," Alena replied.

"With that name being brought up, that's why we're here actually," Kristoph said.

"This is about the hudrenth time I've told you, I'm not leaving him," Alena said.

"You could do better than a cheap bum from Windhelm. You're noble now, marry someone who's equal to you, not under you," Kristoph said.

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"Excuse me, Lord Montgomery, Lady Nephenee."
The two turned to see the ship's captain, a plump, middle-aged man. He was a relatively new captain.
"Breakfast may be delayed for half an hour," he continued.
"What for?" demanded Nephenee.
"Ah, about that. We are doing ranging tests."
Benjamin blinked. "At this hour? On what target are you ranging on?"
The man's face twisted a bit, flustered. "A-ah, sorry. Pirates. Some filthy opportunists showed up in their dinghies and we thought they would make good practice for the soldiers."
Nephenee smiled at the captain. "Don't worry about it. Nobody is going to mind a few sounds over breakfast."
"As you wish, milady." The man bowed before disappearing up the stairs to give commands.
Nephenee turned back to Benjamin. "He seems like the type that sucks up to people to climb up the ladder. Being in this position makes it a bit difficult to relax these days."
Benjamin scratched his chin. "Speaking of friends, we should visit Barrius while we're in Solitude. I've heard his wineyard is the best Tamriel."




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