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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Ithilien Ranger
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parsnips17 Jul 27 2010, 7:33am says:

looks awesome!

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DĂșnedainRanger Jul 27 2010, 8:49am says:

O.O...... Omg my dream came true...

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Kekszlovag Aug 14 2010, 4:13pm replied:

Same for me.

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Durin.ME/r/P. Jul 27 2010, 9:48am says:

Are they black or dark green? I cant tell very well on this computer.

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truehighlander Jul 27 2010, 10:51am replied:

Presently there are five different colour variations.

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Kelen_Stardragon Jul 27 2010, 1:57pm replied:

There's a black one AND a dark green one, as well as a brown/gray, a lighter green, and a red/black one. It's kinda hard to tell with this picture because all the screenshots I took were darker than I intended.

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Lauri Jul 27 2010, 3:23pm replied:

Sorry for asking, but where will the red\black come in handy?
All I can think of is inside Mordor :p

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Kelen_Stardragon Jul 27 2010, 11:56pm replied:

That's a good question, actually. I'm not really sure, I just based them off of pictures I found from the movie. One of the images I found had a ranger wearing a black suit with dark red on the top. I thought it looked cool, so I went ahead and made it. It's most likely the suit my character will be wearing throughout the game. lol

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names_are_useless Aug 26 2010, 8:57pm replied:

Black/Red I think would come as good camouflage in Mordor (just as greens, browns, greys, and blacks are great camoflauge in forests). I wouldn't be surprised if the Gondorians were thinking that they'd need to invade Mordor before the Dark Lord could be destroyed, and the Ithilien Rangers would surely make good scouts. So the Black/Red colored Ranger uniforms were made in case such an occasion would occur, and I'm sure they'd even get used in the early Fourth Age (hunting renegade Orcs still in Mordor after the Ring's destruction).

At least, that's my thought :P

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dejap Aug 6 2010, 4:24am says:

look maa! no head!

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MC_Fred Sep 15 2010, 2:35pm says:

I think the cloak should be a little bit longer.
Than it wouldn't look too inflexible!
But I really like the rest of the Ranger :P

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Also_known_as_Peter Nov 8 2010, 4:24pm says:

i gonna wear that or i ain't The Dark Lord of The Sith !

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