Dibella's Watch adds an entire new continent to Oblivion. It comes complete with a major city, castles, towns, villages, farms, monasteries and all the good stuff that makes up a Medieval landscape. There's also fighting to be had and quests to be made!

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Blackcrow Halls
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0rpheus Jun 3 2011 says:

High-heeled boots? On a guy? wut? xD

Or is it a chick? Then it's okay I guess

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Antiscamp Jun 3 2011 replied:

You just can't see it clearly in this picture, but it's a She.

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LordAndross Jun 9 2011 says:

really good job on the capes. Love that theirs no model overlay.

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GrimSheeper Jun 12 2011 replied:

I think there's a minimal overlay of cape, sword and shoulder pauldrons, but I honestly don't care for graphical hickups if they're that small so I can agree with you.

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For the next release of Dibella's Watch, I'm preparing a greater cave system inhabited by a Goblin Clan called the Blackcrow Clan. I must admit that cave-design is not my favourite part, but this is turning out OK. It will be a traditional Oblivion dungeon crawl where you venture deep inside the Sundown Mountain, fight the Blackcrow and find some good loot. If you enter Blackcrow Halls in the east, in Sundown Valley, you'll emerge on the other side of the mountain, in the west, some distance outside Castle Saint Graecius.

Jun 2nd, 2011
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