The last time we saw Thuen Gor he had stepped down as Chief of the Shintula, and was busy being "progressive" alongside Loru Kal, former Chief of the Rhazgala. They seemed to be enjoying their retirement. He's considerably more mellow now.
Thuen Gor was one of my favorite characters to come out of The March Across Maltak. He's one of those characters that I just enjoyed writing and drawing the more and more time I spent with him. Even those of you who didn't care for that storyline seemed to like him.
I still play Skyrim, and when I was drawing the elf soldiers marching through Capitol City I briefly thought to myself, "freaking Thalmor." Perhaps I still play too much Skyrim.
I'm a recent fan of the Elder Scrolls, having been brought in to the world of Tamriel through Skyrim, but I probably won't be playing the Elder Scrolls MMO that's coming out. I enjoy single player games much more than multiplayer nowadays. I can play them as casually as I want and still achieve god-like glory, as opposed to "falling behind" in a multiplayer game because of real life obligations and watching all my friends (and enemies) surpass me.
Or maybe I'm just a curmudgeonly gamer who just wants to be left alone. Humbug.
That's all from me for now.