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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vykaz Nov 28 2012 says:


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TommysZ Aug 27 2013 says:

Just by looking at the pictures, i see a lot more creative details in the landscape than i do in Skyrim. The cities also have way more variety.

I think these guys who are creating this mod, deserve more credit in certain ways than Bethesda.

It just looks way more ambitious!

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ElijahHouck Aug 28 2013 replied:

I'm not too sure we deserve more credit than Bethesda, but we're certainly trying our hardest to create a world you'll love to explore!

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TommysZ Aug 29 2013 says:

Well, in certain ways you surely do. I mean really, you do work on some things really harder.

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Crocadillian1997 Dec 29 2013 replied:

You are forgetting that Bethesda had a deadline to meet, and not to mention the fact that they had to make Skyrim from scratch, these guys (albeit amazing) are using what Bethesda created, yes they are putting more detail into the world, but Bethesda had to meet a deadline

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A small creek, cutting right through a worn road.

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