I made this picture for Skyrim's 2016 anniversary. These two are Elethir and Alastar, and their story was allowed some liberties from canon:
A Bosmer moth priest, Elethir turned blind on his first Elder Scroll reading. Having foreseen destruction brought to his temple by a young initiate, Alastar (and some inacceptable disorderly activities involving the both of them), Elethir decides not to speak word of his vision, in fear it might trigger its fulfillment. He instead sets for himself the mission to mentor Alastar when the novice joins the temple, in hope to set him on a more righteous path.
This story, co-written with ZikulArt
was adapted into a comic, Consuming Darkness, and transposed in an original universe so to avoid copyright issues with Betheda (we all know how they are prone to suing!)
I think we managed to make a pretty cool world with just as much crazy lore. Suns are whales, people can become the equivalent of Daedra, Dreamsleeve-like realms are countless and many host remnant knowledge of long-gone civilizations, magic fishies will clean your soul when you die (unless you CHIM past that) and we've got a nice pantheon counting the god of making the doing, god of copy-pasting, god of fail, and a glitched moon, among other things.
If you'd like to read it you can click the picture below, or read for free on Tapastic