Does /m/ have any favorite series featuring old timey robots?
b-but where's all the brass and pointless cogs and valves and top hats??
When I first started it I thought it would be a K-ON ripoff, I have never been so happy I was proven so wrong in my life.
The Dwemer constructs are rarely talked about in /m/ such a shame.
I miss how steampunk was before everyone knew about it. First time i heard of it i was like 12, so around 14 years ago.
Not all of it was pointless cogs on everything and retarded amounts of brass. It looked much more practical. Steam Boy comes to mind if anyone remembers that.
Morrowind is such a fantastic game. Still my most favourite TES.
The dwemer contructs in skyrim always spooked me as to how lethal they would be to mostly everyone if they weren't designed to be killed by the player.
Just the small ones would stab the crap out of you with not much resistance. Most conventional weapons would be useless. Maybe you could break the moving parts with a natural 20 and a warhammer though.
Yeah, Seamboy was really classy in its depiction of its various machines. Too bad most artists just throw random exposed gears onto everything to make it look steampunk.
There's also the Imperfect, although it's less steamy.
I completely forgot about it, you would think Skyrim would have a mod with an Imperfect in it?
>mfw checking new "mobs" mods for Skyrim
Shrinking a dragon to human size and allowing it to use weapons doesn't count as a new enemy.
I liked a lot of the steamjacks from Warmachine, though it wasn't so much a series as a middling-quality wargaming franchise.
I think the Skywind guys made a new model, but you know how it goes with total conversions.
I'd rather have Betty Netches. Using the same model for both sexes was lazy.
>using new monsters.
Meh, the only new enemy mod I'm using is Trainwiz's Dwemer Specters, and only because I forgot to delete it.