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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December 2011 update
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Also_known_as_Peter Dec 11 2011, 11:32am says:

Can't wait to see that on Skyrim.

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Talic Dec 12 2011, 6:32am replied:

We would propably see that in another 6 years? :V

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Nuvendil Dec 12 2011, 2:39pm replied:

Probably not that long :P . But don't worry, there are awesome locations throughout Middle Earth and you will get plenty of them throughout development releases. ;)

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noirdesir Jan 4 2012, 5:30am replied:

Actually Rohan will be our first region in Skyrim, so you should see screenshots pretty soon if the port to Skyrim goes through. Right now we still don't have the necessary tools to create our world, but everything looks good so far.

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VenatorDestroyer Feb 1 2012, 6:50pm replied:

bethesda released a creation kit :D
hope that means that the port will go well

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Sirithre Dec 11 2011, 4:02pm says:

Helms Deep :D:D:D It's freakin' AWESOME!

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Holgof Dec 13 2011, 4:57pm says:

Can't wait to defend the walls from a GIANT URUK-HAI horde, fighting by Theoden side

Can't wait to kill every last Rohirrim and elf that defend Helm's Deep, following the Uruk-Hai commanders

It would be freaking awesome to decide your path in Middle Earth, just like in the "Unification of Skyrim" I wouldn't know which side to choose, both are so cool...

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names_are_useless Dec 16 2011, 10:49am replied:

@Holgof: we're planning to follow the book's take on the Battle of the Hornburg, where Isengard's forces had more then just Uruk-hai (Orcs, Half-Orcs, Dunlendings, Wolf Riders, etc).

Also we currently aren't planning on evil playable races for initial release, nor the option to join the big evil factions like Isengard and Mordor. That doesn't mean we don't want to include evil playable races in later releases (I know I sure do!), but they're a way's off.

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neigenoire Dec 25 2011, 7:57am replied:

Yeah... except you won't ever see a battle of such scale in Oblivion. Nor in Skyrim, I'm afraid. It'll kill your CPU. Mount&Blade is a game more suited for such a task and as a matter of fact Warband lacks quality lotr mods. Roleplay element, however is on this game's side. If there was a way to combine the large scale battles and the awesome battle mechanics of M&B with the RPG elements of TES... I think I'd literally die.

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names_are_useless Jan 8 2012, 4:06am replied:

@neigenoire: You do know that we are looking to try to create (or at the very least look like) actual large-scale battles for MERP in Skyrim, right? ;)

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lnsanity Jan 10 2012, 7:55am replied:

There IS a good Lotr mod for Mount&Blade. It's named 'The Last Days (of the Third Age)' and it's not bad!

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Arnonthor Jan 12 2012, 10:57am replied:

True, but the last days is just for regular mount and blade, not for warband...

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Ulorndir Jan 2 2012, 6:54am says:

It would be healthy if таран has broken gate, it is interesting as it will look?

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Akira_Shaga1 Jan 6 2012, 11:22pm says:

will this be avalible in skyrim too because I'ma big fan of the helms deep even though the fortress is called the hornburg

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names_are_useless Jan 8 2012, 4:08am replied:

@shaga1: You really think we would create a Helm's Deep model for MERP Oblivion and NOT try porting it over to MERP Skyrim? :P

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RandomZombi3 Feb 1 2012, 3:22pm says:

Look amazing! Helm's Deep is easily one of my favorite battle's :D

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