Dragons of Middle-earth
“So comes snow after fire, and even dragons have their endings.” ― J.R.R. Tolkien
Azura’s Coast is the long, rugged and mostly uninhabited coastline and islands of Vvardenfell’s east and southeast. It is a wet and rocky area devoid of trees, only low-lying and hardy vegetation is able to exist here.
The area is fairly desolate, and most of the territory is claimed by House Telvanni. It includes the towns and towers of Tel Mora, Tel Aruhn, Sadrith Mora, Tel Fyr, and Tel Branora. It is also home to numerous wizards, sorcerers, necromancers, and Ashlander Mabrigashes. Many of these are based in old Velothi remnants or caves, rather than wizard towers. By no means are all magic-workers in the area Telvanni, but the dominance of the Telvanni does mean that there is little objection to their activities.
Although the area receives regular rain, the rocky terrain limits the region’s agriculture. However, there are Ashlander camps scattered throughout the region. The area is full of ancestral tombs, and there are several significant Daedric Shrines on the islands. Many bandits prey on unwary travelers.
I quit this, call it done. This piece comes with a transparent background.
*boss ass bitch in the background*
sorta kinda touched up a Mephala scribble I did a while back. She’s a neat Daedric Prince.
I may try my hand at redoing her in the future. Maybe
Pretty sure by the looks of it, Mephala took your candy, Molag.
Daedric Prince scribbles before work! There’s a lot of Halloween on my dash lately even though it’s July.
Zevran is my favorite Dragon Age character, hands down, no competition. As such, I was really sad to hear that he wasn’t going to be appearing in Inquisition.
So, as a tribute to Zevran, here’s a theoretical Inquisition-era design of him as leader of the Antivan Crows. Design isn’t exactly my specialty, but I had a lot of fun doing this.