Enderal - The Shards of Order 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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Walk blessed,

this time I want to take a closer look at the soundtrack of Enderal, which currently encompasses more than 4 hours of music composed by Marvin Kopp, Nicolas Lietzau, Simon W. Authenrieth, Andreas Makusev and several others.

Enderal’s soundtrack uses mainly 2 tracks as leitmotifs:

“Towards the Horizon”

And “Black Light”

Parts of their melodies appear constantly throughout the entire soundtrack – also in the pieces used as exploration tracks.

These tracks are specific for each region; you will hear completely different background music when walking through the desert as when exploring the Northwind Mountains.

Several examples:

As exploring in Enderal usually is far from peaceful there are also several action/battle themes which are unique for the area you currently visit, too.

When you are neither exploring nor battling you will often hold talks with several people in the vast world. Among those there are many important people such as your 2 followers and comrades Jespar and Calia. These people all have their own character themes which capture their emotions and way of living.
Calia’s theme is “Two Souls”, Jespar’s “Every Day as the last”

The main quest of Enderal also has many special tracks which were adjusted to certain scenes and themes of the main story, such as “Echo of the Past” or “The Dead don't forget”

This already marks the end of our journey into the soundtrack of Enderal – if you liked it I hope you are willing to hear more of Enderal’s soundtrack; either in Youtube or in soundcloud. :-)

Another sneak peek into the Alpha and several small announcements

Another sneak peek into the Alpha and several small announcements

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Though this video is already several months old I saw it wasn't shown here yet and it is certainly interesting if you want to know more about the landscape...

Enderal - German Voice Acting sample and screenshots

Enderal - German Voice Acting sample and screenshots

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Even though our English-speaking fans won't be able to understand much, here's nonetheless a sample of the German localization of Enderal. It is close...

A small glimpse in Enderal's Alpha-Build!

A small glimpse in Enderal's Alpha-Build!

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A small glimpse into the first scenes our current Alpha-Build, put together by the YouTuber "Frank Sirius" - this time even with ENB. Thanks a bunch...

Thank you, A new chapter, "Das Tal" - Campaign

Thank you, A new chapter, "Das Tal" - Campaign

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The first days of summer have finally arrived and the temperature’s rising. But don’t worry, despite the temptation to go outside, Enderal is advancing...

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Nearlywizard
Nearlywizard

I just found about Enderal and I've got question: How meaningful will the decisions we make through the game be?

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TheRealJojo Creator
TheRealJojo

Enderal is much more nonlinear as Nehrim but not as meaningful as games like Dragon Age: Origins, but decisions can result in two different endings in the main quest and many side quest lines are nonlinear with different decisions and endings.
Each meaningful person in Enderal has a sympathy value that is based on decisions you made. Some quests or options are only available if the person likes you.

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teslaptak
teslaptak

So it's a bit like Karma in fallout 3?

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Caleb8980 CreatorOnline
Caleb8980

Yes and no, unlike the global Karma in FO3 the sympathy value is individual for each (important) character - apart from that it is indeed similar though not as simple; just being a good guy doesn't make you loved, sometimes snark remarks work better - that entirely depends on the character of the person you talk to ;-)

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Nearlywizard
Nearlywizard

(Sorry if this questions was already answered. I'm kind of lazy to search for it)

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Tharr
Tharr

@Caleb8980 - You know that you're teasing us with all the awesome snap shoots , RIGHT ? :))))))))))))

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Caleb8980 CreatorOnline
Caleb8980

Yeah, I know :P
Well it's not as if I have an unlimited supply of screenshots and it is reaching its end sooner rather than later ^^

After that I'll try to get some articles out about several things, though no promises given ;-)

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Filizitas
Filizitas

Unicorns?

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Caleb8980 CreatorOnline
Caleb8980

As they weren't part of Nehrim even though Oblivion had them I don't think so. :-)

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NIKI87
NIKI87

Is there lycanthropy in Enderal? It's one of the reasons i love Skyrim.

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Caleb8980 CreatorOnline
Caleb8980

No there isn't - this is sth SureAI decided on way back when they worked on Arktwend and changing it now would retcon their world, which is sth they would hate to do. ;-)

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