The Elder Scrolls world is vast, epic, beautiful, and archetypal/archetypical; so is the music, which is mostly the part we care about right now. Josh Wise (old podcasting buddy and PhD student of systematic theology) and Kevin VanOrd (another fellow podcaster and GameSpot senior editor) lend their voices to a rigorous discussion on the sights and sounds of Tamriel. Join the adventure!
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The 8 Questions. Give us your answers, too, so we can talk and stuff!
1. What have you been listening to?
2. What’s your history with The Elder Scrolls?
3. What do you like about Elder Scrolls music?
4. What do you not like about Elder Scrolls music?
5. What’s your personal favorite Elder Scrolls soundtrack?
6. How does Elder Scrolls music complement the gameplay and world, and how could it improve on this?
7. If you had to describe Elder Scrolls music in a single word, what would it be?
8. What have you been working on?
Stuff We Talked About:
- A Feast for Crows: A Song of Ice and Fire: Book 4
- Welcome to Night Vale
- Past the Sky's Rim: The Elder Scrolls and Theology
- GameSpot GamePlay
- No Avatars Allowed
Music used in this episode: