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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TheStig
TheStig Jul 5 2010, 7:23pm says:

Cool! :D

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SovereignReaper
SovereignReaper Jul 5 2010, 7:04pm replied:

I see mordor!

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Adanedhel
Adanedhel Dec 2 2010, 8:42pm replied:

One does not simply 'see' into Mordor.

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krateng
krateng Dec 4 2010, 7:30am replied:

:D made my day

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booman
booman Jul 5 2010, 7:24pm says:

I LOVE IT!
How amazing is it to actually travel across Middle Earth!
I can't wait

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DestinyMan777
DestinyMan777 Jul 6 2010, 12:14am says:

............EPIC!!!!! TRULY EPIC!!!!!

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Justus_T
Justus_T Jul 6 2010, 4:57am says:

I am speechless...

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romanius24
romanius24 Jul 6 2010, 10:46am says:

STRIDER!!!

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MoralProfligacy
MoralProfligacy Jul 9 2010, 10:43am says:

I guess he simply walked into mordor...

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bobthedino
bobthedino Jul 18 2010, 10:58pm says:

Is that a feather in his hat?

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Rayman161
Rayman161 Jul 19 2010, 11:00am says:

cool, excellent work

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Raphiell
Raphiell Jul 19 2010, 11:28am says:

a question... in MERP, will there still be invisibility and chameleon potions? if yes, that defeats the purpose of the rings. (I was thinking of how you would get into to Mordor if it was defended)

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names_are_useless
names_are_useless Jul 20 2010, 2:51am replied:

If I were you, I wouldn't expect for there to be ANY potions in MERP, they simply don't fit into the lore. The Phail of Galadriel is about the closest to a potion I can think of in the books, and it was a VERY special gift from Galadriel to Frodo.

Anyways, don't worry, magic rings (especially Rings of Power) will have plenty of power ;)

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Babeuf97
Babeuf97 Sep 24 2010, 6:49am replied:

Let's not forget Elrond's miruvor, though ;) wait, I'm sure you didn't!

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Myloman
Myloman Aug 5 2010, 6:01am says:

Awesomeness.

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johntis
johntis Feb 12 2011, 7:17pm says: Online

******* EPIC

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