MERP is a total conversion modification of the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Explore Middle-earth in a fully open-ended environment like you've never seen before. Play races like Elves, Men, Hobbits and Dwarves and take part in the War of the Ring.

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Velancious Jun 18 2011, 2:44pm says:

This can't be Oblivion...Oh wait it is! Epic guys!

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Stormraven40 Jun 18 2011, 3:12pm says:

I am going to get a new computer that only is allowed to run this mod.

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Grimjowl Jun 18 2011, 5:31pm says:

That looks sooooooo much better than the first model!

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IndiTim Jun 19 2011, 4:58am says:

Hmm.. its nice but, it looks a bit small for a Great watchtower of Amon Sul.. compared to the Movie and Lord of the Rings online game. just my opinion.
Some pictures I like of Wheatertop

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Nuvendil Jun 20 2011, 4:57am replied:

The movie shot is desceptive and the landscape makes it look bigger than it is from a distance. In the close up shots it is still pretty big, but not as big as it at first seems. The LOTRO version is just...well it is really big. I think that this version is to scale with the rest of our world.

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IndiTim Jun 23 2011, 4:29am replied:

It looks great tho, don't get me wrong. :P
I just thought if you guys can make a bigass Minas Tirith, Ortanc and Barad Dur.. Then wy make a tiny Wheatertop, especially when its always referred to as 'The Great Watchtower of Amon Sul'
I'm just saying.. and who knows maybe it looks bigger ingame then it does on the screenshot.
Keep up the good work

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Nuvendil Jun 24 2011, 6:18pm replied:

I get what you're saying. If you look at the pic with the Nazgul in it, it gives and idea of scale. Also, there will be other ruins around the tower.

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Anathar88 Jun 23 2011, 5:25am replied:

Those last 2 pics are really good. I do agree that Amon Sul needs to be a ****-hair bigger, but personally I think the hill its built on is not steep enough, and I would like to see more "ruins", if you get what I mean. Like, pieces of the structure scattered on the ground to make it look like it crumbled or something.

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Dønny Jun 20 2011, 7:39am says:

inditim is right..but looks good!

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Legolose Jun 20 2011, 2:42pm says:

Amazing work guys keep it up ;)

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RandomZombi3 Jun 20 2011, 3:50pm says:

They had to make it big in LOTRO to fit large numbers of characters for the fights. I'm loving these screenshots! (:

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Asterai Jan 4 2012, 11:07pm says:

I'm about to be a nitpicking jerk, but...

Arches can't stay up if they don't include the full arc or some mighty strong glue. So those half-arches are unphysical if they use anything like conventional masonry techniques.

But, beautiful work, I'm loving these screenshots! There is some really amazing stuff in here!

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Our finished model of Amon Sul!

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