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  1. It appears to be a glitch with Alternate Start - Live Another Life. Once i leave the dungeon, it appears to be functioning normally. No frame lag at all.
  2. Giving it a shot on Discord. Still suffering frame lag/stutter ever since the house power crash a week ago. I just don't know what to do. LOOT and NMM say everything is good to go. The opening page movers smoothly, but as soon as I load a save game, the jerking lag motions begins. I'm a Legendary Edition player and I'ma t my wits end. This is an S.O.S.
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    Adventure goes wrong

    Nice video. How did you produce it. What software or mods did you use. I also like the internal view of vaginal intercourse. Again, How did you do that? I've been wanting to do something like that for a few years now.
  4. Do you havqe the Oldrim version for download?
  5. ASK AND EMBLA “Ask and Embla” by Robert Engels (1919) Ask and Embla are the first humans – male and female, respectively – to be created in Norse mythology. The story of how they were created, as it has come down to us in Old Norse literature, goes like this: Not too long after the world itself was created, Odin was walking along the coast of one of the new land masses. With him were two other gods: in one version, these were his brothers Vili and Ve,[1] and in another version, they were the obscure figures Hoenir and Lodurr.[2] The three deities found two tree trunks, perhaps pieces of driftwood, lying on the beach. They were shaped like a man and a woman, but they were lifeless and powerless. So the three gods decided to give them what they lacked and make them true humans. Odin blew into them the breath of life, while his two companions imparted inspired mental activity, a healthy complexion, and the ability to speak, hear, and see.[3] They dressed them in suitable clothes and named the man “Ask” and the woman “Embla.” Ask and Embla were then given Midgard, the world of human civilization, for their dwelling-place. They became the father and mother of the entire human species.[4][5] In the Viking Age, there was surely more to this story that has since been lost due to the rather sparse and fragmentary nature of the primary sources. One of the two extant Old Norse versions of this myth comes from a poem (the Völuspá in the Poetic Edda) which seems to be missing one or more stanzas that would have come directly before the two stanzas that recount the creation of Ask and Embla.[6] In the form in which the poem has come down to us, the stanzas before these have to do with dwarves, and the transition from them to this myth is abrupt and seemingly arbitrary. However, a few scholars have interpreted those preceding stanzas as implying that the dwarves – the master craftsmen of the cosmos – had fashioned the initial forms of Ask and Embla, which the gods then brought to life.[7] The meaning of the name Ask is very straightforward: the original Old Norse form of the word is Askr, “Ash Tree” – a fitting name, since the pair was made from tree trunks.[8] The meaning of Embla’s name is more elusive. Some of the main scholarly guesses so far are “Elm,”[9] “Water Pot,”[10] and “Vine.”[11] If “Vine” is correct, it could be a sexual metaphor. Vines were used as kindling and the drills were made of harder wood, so the drill, which corresponds to Ask, would make a fire, which corresponds to life, by boring into the vine, which corresponds to Embla.[12] Trees are frequently used as metaphors (kennings, more precisely) for humans in Old Norse poetry, which suggests a strong association between humans and trees in the Norse mind. Perhaps this is an indirect corroboration of the myth as we find it in the Eddas.[13] Old Norse scholar Henning Kure interprets this association thusly: “Man has his feet on the ground, anchored in this world, with roots – ties – to death and chaos in his nature. But his crown, his head or mind, is in the mental or spiritual world. Like the world tree, man possesses the capability of connecting the world above with the world below. But it takes the way of the god to create the link…”[14] Looking for more great information on Norse mythology and religion? While this site provides the ultimate online introduction to the topic, my book The Viking Spirit provides the ultimate introduction to Norse mythology and religion period. I’ve also written a popular list of The 10 Best Norse Mythology Books, which you’ll probably find helpful in your pursuit. The Viking Spirit Daniel McCoy References: [1] Snorri Sturluson. The Prose Edda. Gylfaginning 8. [2] The Poetic Edda. Völuspá, stanzas 17-18. [3] The meanings of a few of the corresponding Old Norse words in these passages aren’t entirely clear, and are disputed by scholars. My rendering of them here is largely based on: Simek, Rudolf. 1993. Dictionary of Northern Mythology. Translated by Angela Hall. p. 21. [4] The Poetic Edda. Völuspá, stanzas 17-18. [5] Snorri Sturluson. The Prose Edda. Gylfaginning 8. [6] Hultgård, Anders. 2006. “The Askr and Embla myth in a comparative perspective.” In Old Norse Religion in Long-Term Perspectives: Origins, Changes, and Interactions. Edited by Anders Andrén, Kristina Jennbert, and Catharina Raudvere. p. 58. [7] Ibid. [8] Simek, Rudolf. 1993. Dictionary of Northern Mythology. Translated by Angela Hall. p. 21. [9] Ibid. p. 74. [10] Hultgård, Anders. 2006. “The Askr and Embla myth in a comparative perspective.” In Old Norse Religion in Long-Term Perspectives: Origins, Changes, and Interactions. Edited by Anders Andrén, Kristina Jennbert, and Catharina Raudvere. p. 59-60. [11] Simek, Rudolf. 1993. Dictionary of Northern Mythology. Translated by Angela Hall. p. 74. [12] Ibid. [13] Kure, Henning. 2006. “Hanging on the world tree: Man and cosmos in Old Norse mythic poetry.” In Old Norse Religion in Long-Term Perspectives: Origins, Changes, and Interactions. Edited by Anders Andrén, Kristina Jennbert, and Catharina Raudvere. p. 70-71. [14] Ibid. p. 71. From Facebook - The Archaeologist According to a late Viking-icelandic lore, humanity began with the first man, Askr, who was made from an Ash tree, and his wife Embla, who was made from an Elm. Stories like this one were written by Snorri Sturluson, a Christian Icelandic historian, poet, and politician. He is commonly thought to have authored or compiled portions of the 'Prose Edda', which is a major source for what is today known as Norse mythology, and 'Heimskringla', a history of the Norwegian kings that begins with legendary material in Ynglinga saga and moves through to early medieval Scandinavian history. For stylistic and methodological reasons, Snorri is often taken to be the author of 'Egil's saga'. The stories, written in the Icelandic language, take place in the period from the settlement of Iceland around 900 AD until the 11th. He wrote them in the late 13th century. The sculpture "Ask och Embla" (Ask and Embla) by Stig Blomberg 1948, Sölvesborg, Sweden.
  6. The Lusty Memoirs I've never fucked a Breton before, and she's not an oracle. Yet Delphine was capable of hiding in plane sight from the secret police of Cyrodiil. Even their Thalmor Overlords walked right into the Sleeping Giant one morning and paid her no attention. They questioned her in front of the barkeep, the tavern minstrel, Hod of the lumber mill and their own kin, a wood elf named Faendal. She must've been using powerful psionics and illusions to blunt any notice of her. At at time I was wondering how was I going to bang her with no discretion. Does she openly talk about the dragonborn's secrets in her sleep? Five hours into the day, our afternoon rite to Mara was something I could never forget. Delphine, didn't suck, but managed to fuck the cum right from my balls with no effort. Even my sisters Vanira and Mililani were not that proficient "playing the flute." Kinky little minx loves my right fingers poking and messaging her G-spot and impaling her rectum with all 14 septims on my Nord Cock . How she did it I'll never know...
  7. A quaint selection of 18 Skyrim mods found here on Lover's Lab. I'm placing an entry that localizes specific mods I wish to download and try once and again someday.., New Version of Camilla Yngol Storm-Blade's Racemenu Presets https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/63423 PROJECT PROTEUS https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/106919 Camila (Replacer - Not used in LoversLab Blog) https://www.nexusmods.com/skyrim/mods/89196
  8. What format or software do you use to record your movies? I want to try something like this in a week or two.
  9. "In the basement of Grave Concoctions, an alchemist and secretly a Red Guard sorceress named Zaria, accidently spilled a love potion, or rather an oil across her breasts. A rival wizard secretly placed a scrying stone inside her domicile. He recorded the event onto bejeweled circlet that allows the wearer to see the events. Here is what he saw." - Anonymous.
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