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Um, wait, it's December, "the middle of next month" has come and gone, where's the new release? I've still got 1.4 as the last release, I want my Balmora sewers!!!!
So, this is the new Ghostgate?
Well, that definitely means the Dwemer underground house mod will be in conflict. Hmm, wonder if I can move it somewhere else ::puts on his thinking cap::...?
Cool, I recognized it as Suran from the start, but then I've usually got my custom 20-League Boots on, which allows me to jump into the clouds as I make my way across the land :) I love floating down over a city like Suran or Balmora and enjoying the scenery. This mod will allow me to enjoy it even more. Thanks, again.
Um, yeah, reinstalling Morrowind looks like a really good thing to do right about now :)
Again, I'm still curious about the "shops" in the water, strange place for a shop, if you ask me.
You know, I always thought that not all Daedric would look like it was trying to kill you just by looking at it. One might consider some Daedric armor that actually pretends to look beautiful in form, if not color scheme, yet looks may be deceiving.
One question regarding the stuff down in the water by the bridges. I usually use a mod that puts a Dwemer underground house under that bridge to the right, near the boatman, with a ladder down to the water behind the tent stall in the lower right-hand corner of this picture. I'm guessing these two mods will conflict with each other and I'll have to make my own mod to move the ladder or something (how do you get down there to those stalls in the water, and why did you put stalls in the water in the first place?).
I was going to say, that looks like Balmora. I know that other mod that's a whole lot of mods put together sounds great, and I wish that one could actually feel good about using such a mod, but, I like the looks of this one. It looks real, not pasted over. Good work.
One suggestion, if you're going to be converting any of the old Deus Ex maps to run under this new engine, perhaps you could do as someone did in a mod: put invisible rails on the sides of the ladders so you don't fall off them if you are climbing and end up going diagonally up the ladder. (Or at least, present an example of how we end-users could modify the ladders, or build better ones.)
According to Wikipedia, this mod went independent (no longer needing UT) and commercial (and apparently sold by Atari), and even had a sequel.
I won't repeat what all it said there, but I would assume that it's gone here because it's now commercial.