Ethas: Embrace of Destiny is a modification for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim being developed by Justin Hardin and Elijah Houck, the team that brought you the mod Alton, Il. for Fallout 3. In Embrace of Destiny, you will explore the lands of Arelia and Virardan, two countries currently at war with each other. Your role starts you out as one of the five famous Captains of the Arelian Army. Choices will be made, and sides will be chosen. There is only one question that remains: will you become the hero or the villain?

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CoIIe Jan 5 2013 says:

Pretty good.

In spite you can see that Bethesda should develope a new engine for future games. I think they have passed a point in the past where players couldn't see the old engine anymore which always looks like the old one used for Morrowind only with slightly better resolutions of the textures.
The lack of the opportunity to implement crowded areas kills a lot of the atmosphere ingame. It's a pitty.

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ElijahHouck Jan 5 2013 replied:

Indeed. While implementing a crowd is certainly possible on higher end machines, we've got to consider the lower end ones as well. Hopefully in the future, Bethesda increases performance with large amounts of Actors on screen.

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AFellowStalker Aug 16 2013 replied:

Have you checked out the lively taverns mod? That one has crowds without it being too laggy.

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ElijahHouck Aug 16 2013 replied:

I actually used that mod during my last Skyrim playthrough. Rilekarth will get significantly more populated as we continue to flesh out the city. This was a pretty early screenshot. ;)

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While the city of Rilekarth appears to be beautiful and welcoming, you'll find shady dealings and thieves aplenty within its walls.

Jan 4th, 2013
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