Enderal is a total conversion in development for Skyrim and the sequel to Nehrim: At Fate's Edge by SureAI. The story of Enderal is not set in the Elder Scrolls world of Tamriel, but takes place in its own universe, creating a new, interesting world completely unrelated to Skyrim with a complex, dark storyline and thousands of secrets to discover.

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Guest Nov 11 2013 says:

Wow, utterly awe-inspiring

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ElfFriend Nov 11 2013 says:

It looks awesome but I doubt that would be possible with the current laws of physics. (I'm kind of the person that will apply science to just about anything. Even fantasy)

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DaMaj0r Nov 11 2013 replied:

Either way, it looks epic. And given the fact that it's being made by the SureAI Team will definetely result in an masterpiece of game.

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SureAI-Latiro Nov 11 2013 replied:

Yes, you're definitely right. But since one of our team members is an aspiring architect, we reworked the actual 3D-model to make it a lot more plausible in terms of physics. ;)

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Monkiey Dec 9 2013 replied:

Magic > Physics

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pkyrkos7 Nov 11 2013 says:

I would love to see this in game!

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packie_a Nov 11 2013 says:

Absolutely beautiful. Just one question; where does that water come from?

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zackgreco Nov 11 2013 replied:

the bathroom :P

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SureAI-Latiro Nov 11 2013 replied:

Almost! Actually it is a complex mechanism which pumps the water up from the lake down below. Sounds a little weird at first, but it will make sense ingame. :-)

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HarisonPudding Mar 18 2015 replied:

Could that support pillar be a corkscrew or pulley and bucket elevator? Perhaps something more advanced from our ancient friends, the Dweomer? Also, would hydraulics play a role in the stability of the construct? I love how you've taken the existing assets and made them familiar and new all at once. Truly a labor of love.

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Dønny Nov 16 2013 says:

Impressive scenery.

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ciamek Nov 29 2013 says:

Well...as dark souls fan i just have to do this, PRAISE THE SUN!

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DarkAssullt Feb 5 2014 says:

Looks great. My beef with it though is the water. Where is it coming from. Maybe if a stream was flowing from the higher mountains and the city is built over it. Love the look of it otherwise.

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