Saying Goodbye to Shimmerene

Valsirenn and I made our way back to the portal to make our return to Summerset. Again as I touched it I was enveloped by this bright glow, too bright to keep my eyes open to, and then I found myself suddenly standing in Summerset again.

We started to make our way back to Shimmerene. We decided to stop off for some supplies, and also so I could pick up my new armor. It had to be done by now! I was giddy with excitement as we strolled into Shimmerene. Valsirenn said she didn’t have much to do in Shimmerene, so she decided to make her way towards Rellenthil immediately. I decided to stay for the day and make my towards Rellenthil later that day and promised I’d catch up to her.

After parting ways, I made my way over to the armorer. When I arrived I was informed that my new armor was ready to go. So I ran to the fitting room to put the new pieces on. It was absolutely stunning! This set was perfect for me. The armorer informed me that Raz had left me a package as well and pulled a parcel out from a back room.

I opened it up to find a note from Raz informing me he’d catch up with me soon and that he hoped this gift would complement my new armor. It was a new bow and quill holder! I slung it over my shoulder and the armorer offered to buy my old bow off me for a few gold of which I agreed.

I went outside and decided to strut around Shimmerene for a bit, getting used to how the new armor felt on me. The body was made out of this beautiful bright blue leather that hugged every curve of my body. Included were a simple pair of matching leather leggings. To offer more protection there was metal plating I could strap on for my shoulders, chest, legs, and arms. What I liked most was the extra plate to protect my bow arm and the extra leather on my arrow arm so I could still be protected yet flexible to notch back arrows. Also included was a belt with many little pouches that was perfect for keeping some poisons in for easy access in a fight.

After strutting around, I resolved my tab at the inn and found a book on Daedric Princes at a local shop. I made the decision that there was no real point in lingering in Shimmerene any longer. I had enough gold left to rent another mount so I made my way to the stables. As I was approaching the stables, a handbill attached to a light post caught my attention.

It was posted by the Divine Prosecution and it was asking for adventurers to perform some various contract work throughout Summerset. It said if interested I should have a chat with Justicar Carawen in Alinor to get deputized. I thought it’d probably be a good idea as I could use the funds after spending almost everything I had on this armor. Plus being deputized could help me out with the ongoing efforts with Razum-dar.

I decided to look into this further once I was done in Rellenthil. I made my way over the stables and spoke once again to the stablemaster there. I let him know that I needed a mount I could take with me as I wouldn’t be coming back to Shimmerene. I told him my plans of going to Rellenthil and then making my way to Alinor. I was surprised to see that he thought Shadow would again be the right fit for this journey. I welcomed reuniting with this magnificent steed. And with that I said farewell to Shimmerene and went on my way.

Published by

iamkeebler

Sucked in by the lore of ESO, I sought a way to connect more with my character and the story. I was inspired to create Keebler Sparrowgrass and document her journey through Tamriel and decided to invite you all come along for the journey.

One thought on “Saying Goodbye to Shimmerene”

  1. Okay, I will admit. I enjoyed the fashion show a little more than I probably should have. I couldn’t help it though, I am a sucker for a good runway walk…what? Don’t judge me…

    Liked by 1 person

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s