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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Also_known_as_Peter Feb 12 2011 says:

I want that cloak.

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Humbugger2537 Feb 12 2011 says:

Nice stuff!

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userxxi Feb 14 2011 says:

Now that's what I call an in-game cloak! Nicely done.

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RandomZombi3 Feb 14 2011 says:

Awesome! Can't wait to see it in-game.

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{{)ark}_}{ue Feb 15 2011 says:

I like how the cloak is closer to the character (especially at the bottom), and that the cloak also covers the shoulders a bit. HUGE improvement over the cloak mod that has been created, the bottom of the cloak would stick out from the character model about 1 to 1 1/2 feet, and wasn't as tight to the character's back as this one looks to be, just didn't look natural. Can't wait for MERP's full release.

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justb Feb 16 2011 says:

The problem with "capes and cloaks" is that it uses the wieghting of the standard skeleton. So when you walk, your feet clip through the bottom of the cloak. Thus the reason why they are so far away. We've made a custom skeleton with bones and animations for the cloak. Also included are skirts, tunics, and dresses.


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the_playa Feb 19 2011 replied:

Its so cool that you guys care about such details.

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DĂșnedainRanger Feb 18 2011 says:

O.o....Dunedain Ranger looking cloak.... This is the one thing that Ive been waiting for...

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tadamir Feb 22 2011 says:

Wow, that looks fantastic.

Eagerly awaiting this excellent Mod!

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Gunns Apr 6 2011 says:

so, for doing the mod i guess you guys used that cloth physics, to create the details right? but for gamebryo engine it is going to be a static model with a animation? thats FANTASTIC, i hope you guys can make it looks anything close to realistic!!

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