我一直很喜欢TES III Draugr的原始红色眼睛，在Skyrim中变成了蓝色。直到OpusGlass制作了Solstheim的Cannibal Draugr来恢复Draugr的食人文化之前，我才真正考虑过以前的比赛。如果您还没有听说过，或者不了解TES III：血月，那么您应该转到这里的OpusGlass的mod页面。它是一个伟大的Mod，你应该得到它！并在使用时粉碎OG的“认可”按钮！现在，回到正题。
Winterhold学院的Bernadette Bantien在她的《 Draugr中》中讲述了她在龙祭司安息之地的故事。她说，在该地点呆了大约七个月后，Draugr逐渐停止了消灭她的企图，并恢复了日常工作，这时她在研究方面取得了长足的进步。至于这种行为的原因，她建议他们可能只是认为她没有对他们构成威胁。甚至是已达成共识的协议，因为她报告说他们用“异教徒的舌头”说出话来。
为了使Skyrim Draugr与Solstheim上的Skyrim Draugr区别开来，我加亮并加深了虹膜的蓝色，并将其他所有颜色都变成了深红色。因此，现在两全其美。您仍然可以看到Skyrim的蓝色，但是以前的TES部分中也有红色！
I always liked the original red eyes of the TES III Draugr, which were turned to blue in Skyrim. I didn't really think about previous games until OpusGlass made Cannibal Draugr of Solstheim, which restored the cannibal culture of the Draugr. If you haven't heard of it, or don't know about TES III: Bloodmoon, then you should motor over to OpusGlass' mod page, found here. Its a great mod, and you should get it! And smash the "Endorse" button for OG while you're at it! Now, back on point.
I enjoyed OG's mod so much that when I came back from Solstheim the blue eyes of the Draugr just didn't look right. So I asked myself, "Why aren't they red, either completely or partially, to show the curse of undeath for worshipping and serving the Dragons and Dragon Priests? Are they cold? Is that why they're running around?" And so, I dug into the lore. Here's what it says:
The Draugr are a type of "barely living" men found in the province of Skyrim. They are, along with Dragon Priests, classified as undead, despite carrying a "whisper of life." Dialogue indicates that they consider themselves to be dead.
The Draugr are what remains of men of Atmoran and Nordic origin whose souls never left the bodies. This feature is likely related to their relation to the Dragon Cult and its priests, to whom the Draugr act as immortal servants. The Skaal seem to believe that the Draugr were cursed with undeath by the All-Maker, due to having feasted on their comrades after becoming trapped on the island of Solstheim.
NOTE: This is the origin of the Solstheim Draugr red eyes, which signifies the curse of the All-Maker. Lets continue!
Others believe that they were cursed to never die by the Dragons, after Men betrayed them in the Dragon War.
In her book, Amongst the Draugr, Bernadette Bantien from the College of Winterhold tells the story of her stay in a Dragon Priest's resting place. She says that, after about seven months within the location, the Draugr gradually ceased their attempts to eliminate her and returned to their daily routine, at which point she was able to make great progress in her research. As for the reasons for the behavior, she suggests that they might have simply decided that she posed no threat to them; or perhaps a communicated agreement, as she reports them uttering words in their "heathen tongue."
Bantien mentions that, different from other creatures, in which hostility is easy to read, "these most peculiar of the living dead" were different, due to the large disparity in their gait and speed. She used their general movements towards her and the tone of voice used, as well as the glowing eyes of the Draugr, in order to better predict their intent. The eyes, she says, "seem to be key to their intent." She describes the routine of the Draugr.
Every day, a different set of them would awaken and make their way to their priest. Once at the sarcophagus, they would prostrate themselves before it for several hours, meticulously cleaning the area afterwards (which she associated to a continuous worship, even after hundreds or thousands of years). By setting scrying spells around the tomb, Bantien was able to safely look deeper into this ritual. When a group of Draugr entered, she noticed a transferral of magical energies, which she describes as "a distinct flow of life force between the adherents and the master.
The "distinct flow of life force between the adherents and the master" instantly made me think of the transfer of life force that happens when battling Vampires. And so that made me think of redness in the eyes, as a symbol for this transference.
To differentiate the Skyrim Draugr from those on Solstheim, I brightened and deepened the blue of the iris, and turned everything else a nice, deep red. So now its the best of both worlds. You still see the blue of Skyrim, but the red is there from previous TES installments, too!
And just in case you want to break lore and establish continuity, there's a patch for OG's mod, as well.