Construction of an Imperial fort on Dulsya Isle has been completed and the island has now been opened to development. House Hlaalu is operating a city at the mouth of the Vylla River, and a Breton proprietor has started working towards achieving his dream of building a city larger than any on Vvardenfell. As you progress through each city's main quest, the city will face a conflict. The path you take will shape the future of Dulsya Isle, and you will be able to experience the results. Will you be content to explore and conquer the island's vast wilderness, or will you play a crucial role in turning Dulsya Isle into a thriving home for generations to come? What struggles await you on Dulsya Isle, and what stories will you uncover along the way? Dulsya Isle features more than 50 new exterior cells to explore, more than 100 unique new NPCs, and more than 40 new quests.

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Dulsya Isle 1.0 has finally been released! You can download it here. More screenshots and information are available at the Dulsya Isle web site. -Adds an island south of western Vvardenfell covering more than 50 exterior cells -The island contains two cities, a fort, caves, and dungeons -Two main storylines

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Dulsya Isle 1.0 has finally been released! You can download it here. More screenshots and information are available at the Dulsya Isle web site.

-Adds an island south of western Vvardenfell covering more than 50 exterior cells
-The island contains two cities, a fort, caves, and dungeons
-Two main storylines and additional side quests (40+ quests total)
-Over 100 new NPCs

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PsychoBrat
PsychoBrat

That looks amazing! Now, I have two copies of Morrowind, but I don't play, because there's no multiplayer... :(

Is there a sequel planned with multiplayer? :/

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CLAPPERDUDE
CLAPPERDUDE

Two copies eh? I sure wouldnt mind taking one of those of your hands heh.

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PsychoBrat
PsychoBrat

Technically one of them belongs to my brother since it came with his video card, however, he hates single player RPGs with a passion so it's as good as rubbish to him.

I'd give you one, but you're kind of in the wrong country... :/

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Tei
Tei

Multiplayer RPG are mostly hack/slash action (brainless arcade), but Singleplayer RPG are more about Quest (brainpowered action).

No brain -> MP
Brain -> SP

Also, the internet pipe is to tigh, so you can only send very few data, and the maps need to be small. So with internet you have more Quake, less Quake, but Quake.

I like multiplayer games like BF1942. But I dont play neverwinter, dungeon siege, etc.. because is not rewarding, but I still play Morrowind, and I have eons of stuff to test and experience.

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