The lights are on
Artist LadyHonsa on Etsy has created the poster, “Keep Calm and Hail Sithis.” Oblivion and Skyrim fans will recognize the signature black hand of the dark brotherhood, though its effectiveness is questionable. Reflecting on the silent malevolent spirit of Sithis isn’t conducive to remaining calm.
Click to see this in full on Lady Honsa's store.
The dark brotherhood became a major focus in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. The dark tone of its questline contrasted with the high fantasy of the rest of the game, providing some of the most memorable moments for the beloved role-playing game.
Fans interested in the poster for the iconic guild can visit the artist’s store by clicking on the picture above. The poster will set fans back $20 before shipping.
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That is pretty awesome.
I want a shirt of this.
Wiping out the Brotherhood should have been its own faction and quest line. Like the hunters becoming the hunted...or something.
Point is I wanted something more dramatic when I stormed their base and cut them down.
The first time I heard one of the guards in Skyrim say "psst...hail sithis" I was so shocked but I could also not stop laughing.
Oh god, this looks amazing. Too bad I can't afford it at the moment. Damn you, Christmas shopping!!!
This is cute, but it's not the most terrific thing I've ever seen. :/
Man, I remember accidentally hitting a dark brotherhood member, then leaving because every one else was trying to kill me. Then when they stopped chasing me and a find someplace to sleep so I could level up, that STUPID *** IS TRYING TO EAT MY SKIN!!! Scary moments in oblivion :D
A bit expensive for that.
I just gotta say...that's just ripe for a t-shirt, which I would totally, proudly wear in public and not look completely nerdy.
I got a note like this, but I don't know who it was from. He was a creepy fellow, black robe; couldn't see his face.
"Sweet Mother, sweet Mother, send your child unto me, for the sins of the unworthy must be baptized in blood and fear."