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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Road_Warrior
Road_Warrior

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*10 years later*.. still waiting for this mod..

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Caleb8980 Creator
Caleb8980

I'm waiting for it since 4 years - and I'll wait as long as it takes without raising complains and the like.

Most people think modding is easy going, sth you do along the way and no problem at all - let me tell you: Modding (especially with sth as big as Enderal) is exactly the same as developing a game!

When it takes 4 years for Bethesda to make another Fallout game with more than 50 people developing it, nobody raises any complains - but if it takes SureAI 4 years to do their TC with at best 12 people suddenly you have people even calling them at home by phone and telling them that they have to hurry up?!?

Even as a mere by-stander I am annoyed with the attitude some people display - as if they had any right to judge the time it takes to finish such a TC.
And the best is: if they would release it now the very same people would complain all day long about how buggy the mod and how crappy SureAI is; is this really what you want???

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TheRealJojo Creator
TheRealJojo

Especially when half of your team suddendly calls it quits after the modding community tells them that their work is worth pretty much nothing, and make death threats if you ask for 1$ in return for six months work (this didn't happen to us, but to a colleague).

This is a little off-topic, but still: The myth that mods and modding is all about passion and fun - and thus, people have a "right" to have it and creators have no right to be rewarded but are obliged to deliver and this as quick as possible, is ********. In the end, the whole shitstorm that resulted from the idea of paid mods damaged the community more than the idea itself.

If the community wants big mods for free, it has to wait until the people who developit it (and who are willing to put a shitload of their lifetime into it for free... Truth be told, those people are only a few) are done. ;)

At the end of the day, achieve the best possible quality is our main goal. Our philosophy is, if the quality fits, it doesn't really matter whether Enderal comes a year later as scheduled. You can't make a great game without having a great time while you're doing it.

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PPoe
PPoe

Your philosophy is exactly right. The gaming industry proves it. Look at Witcher 3, delayed, but come out perfect, and the development is realtively open to fans. Plus they are customer friendly: no DRM, can choose between distributing services etc.. And fans are happy.
Compare it to the Ubi with AC: Unity.. Unfinished game, unsitisfied fans.
Take your time!
(Altought the fan in me wants to scream: Hurry, hurry I cant wait!!:-) )

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Guest
Guest

Is there any way we can donate to you guys?

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Caleb8980 Creator
Caleb8980

If you go to their website ( sureai.net ) you will find a Donate button right underneath the big screenshot ;-)

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Latiro
Latiro

Thanks a bunch. We couldn't have put it any better.

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Guest
Guest

Forgive me, but since you said that there will be dragons in Enderal, will they be similiar to the Skyrim ones? I mean If they will be reptile-like. I hope so!

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Latiro
Latiro

There are very few dragons, but they are identical so the Skyrim-dragons. There also Myrads, which are partially domesticated creatures. (http://www.nevigo.com/en/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/Myrad-Concept-300x281.jpg)

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Chabs
Chabs

Dragons have always been reptile-like (somewhat... Dragons are dragons), have they not?

If you've seen cat-dragons or whatever else, I'd like to see that.

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Synthoras
Synthoras

Well technically in TES Lore there is a Tiger Dragon(Tosh Raka) on Akavir.

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