• I named her Juhani a while before I actually played KotOR. • It would be a little overstatement to say that Juhani wasn’t on good terms with her parents and siblings, but they were never close. She was always quiet and preferred to observe something exciting rather than take part in it. She was kind of an outsider and left home as soon as became bold enough for such a journey. • Juhani’s magic manifested itself in the battle at the Western Watchtower. She wasn’t terrified, quite the opposite — it immediately piqued her curiousity. • Yes, Juhani is an exteremely curious child. It lead her into trouble more than once. • She is left-handed. • Juhani handed her title and robe of an Archmage to J'Zargo, one of her closest friends. • I always thought of her as a heterosexual, but now I think she may be biromantic asexual. • As much as Juhani likes to spend time outside, she prefers to sleep with a roof above her head. She makes an exception for Khajiit caravans and sometimes stays with them, sharing stories and bathing in nostalgia. • She likes tales and legends more than anything in the world. • Juhani is an excellent fisher. She doesn’t like killing animals, though, and tries to avoid it. • She never tasted skooma. • Juhani was travelling to the High Hrotgar when she met Kharjo for the first time. They parted ways before she met the Greybeards, but reunited later, when Juhani stumbled upon Ahkari’s caravan, and didn’t part ever since. Interest turned into love and temporary companionship — into life-long relationship. They live in Riften and have two Khajiit children, one of them adopted.
The very ground rumbles and quakes as the Greybeards prepare to speak, and when they do, the sound of their thu'um rips through the wind all across Skyrim, heard by all the nine Holds, and causing many Nords to wonder if Kyne herself has conjured up a storm to end all storms:
Off in the distance, accompanied by a sound that is akin to the clap of thunder and the roar of a beast unfathomable outside of myth, is the thu'um of the one who, on their own, has the potential of vastly outmatching all of the ancient and powerful Greybeards themselves. It is none other than The Last Dragonborn, the lone figure whom the Wheel now turns upon, and the last hope of thwarting The World Eater:
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Hey guys, really glad to announce that the Skyrim film is done! It’s a little fan film directed by Vlad Mokhov, whom I’ve had the pleasure of working with since first year at school. Vlad came up with the idea, along with doing the storyboarding, 3D and editing. I worked on concept art and production design, with Katelyn Pellow @pellowart and we’ll be posting production art soon!