Got a tablet, this was made to both get the idea out of my mind and to get used to the tablet.
Not a refined drawing, but it was fun.
That's Hermaeus Mora, a Daedric Prince from the Elder Scrolls. Twilight is reading a Black Book, from the Dragonborn DLC. When you read them you get sent to Apocrypha, his realm, where knowledge gets stored.
Aaah hememaus mora such an impresive library and outstanding collection on books...... how about i can go back to nirn and back without becoming insane and become your book acquireing servant....does that sound fair?????
Very, very good. This is one of the most likely things to happen, were Skyrim and MLP to intersect. After all, what self-respecting Daedric Prince wouldn't want an Alicorn Princess as his servant? Heck, I could see old Herma-Mora and Twilight falling in love over their shared passion for knowledge.
"It is bad to know that there are terrors lurking beyond the stars, darkness outside time and space which a mere glimpse could drive ponies to madness, with goals and purposes which defies all understanding and have forms which defies all comprehension. They are out there, in the great unknown, far beyond warmth and comfort of our world.
It is worse to know that Equestria is little more than a dust-mote adrift in a terrifying cosmos that is cold and unsympathetic to its occupants, to which the ideals of friendship and harmony are but meaningless trite that does not apply to greater reality, and all which lives upon its surface are doomed to be wiped out at any moment..."
If you play the game you will realize that Hermaeus Mora's realm isn't very friendly and to get the best of the forbidden knowledge you must make a trade with Hermaeus Mora. The deals usually will cost you something big in the long run.
Not sure how I feel about Herma-Mora having eyelashes, but still...good job. I myself am not a brony, but I've been around them enough to know what the "Mane 6" are like. And I can say: "Welp...she's fucked."
I have like 7 or 8 of them. Just explore Nord barrows and Dwemer ruins on Solstheim, and most of the time you'll find one. Just be ready to fight a Dragon Priest first if you're gonna explore barrows. I'd suggest Kolbjorn Barrow, it has a fun (but somewhat dragged-out and expensive) quest. My only beef with the Black Books is that you can't store them in bookshelves.