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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Minas Tirith
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q0rra
q0rra

Looks pretty good... but (There is always a but) is that the final texture? And isn't the location wrong? The model looks good though :)

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CoachShogun20
CoachShogun20

Textures need a little touching up. Nice job!

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Squiggers
Squiggers

Ahhh, sketchup.

Only a few crits - needs increasing in size massively, and there are 7 rings, instead of 5...?

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Gurra300
Gurra300

that is ******* amazing o_o

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archkyrie
archkyrie

yeah, it is awesome, a feat to be proud of, give the texture a tune up, and add the other 2 rings...... and place the city in the correct location (in the books it says it is carved out of one arm of the mountains {the white mountains i think})

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Disturbed742 Author
Disturbed742

The Moddle was just placed in oblivion for Testing.
And no its not a Sketch up Moddle it was hand made by mr siika one of the best moddlers.
We will inprove on this moddle and yes it needs 2 more levels.
Its still a WIP i just placed the picture up to get some feed back.

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Squiggers
Squiggers

Erm, no offence mate, but I know sketchup models, and textures, when I see them - I use it enough myself.

Not that it matters, its a damn good tool for this kinda thing. =D

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Admiral-165
Admiral-165

its always cool to see mods for older games that people consider to be "Obsolete" that are still active. keep up the good work!

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faulk
faulk

since when was oblivion obsolete? :(

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Admiral-165
Admiral-165

i thought somone might ask this :) i don't think it is but some people might think fallout 3 is better cuz of the better graphics and that fact that theres guns in it, but i personally like oblivion better just cuz i think the gameplay is a lot better (and it doesn't crash as much as fallout 3 does). Some people only care about graphics which is why some people consider oblivion obsolete.

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{{)ark}_}{ue
{{)ark}_}{ue

I agree with you, Oblivion is better, and Fallout 3 it pretty much Oblivion but in a Post-Nuclear war atmosphere.

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SilentShadow
SilentShadow

Guys, does this look like the final version...

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Anathar88
Anathar88

This needs alot of work. I mean ALOT.... Minas Tirith is a seven tiered city, this has five. I know it's not complete and all, but you NEED the outer wall, and within that you need a bunch of buildings, statues, etc. There should also be buildings along the street that goes up each tier (buildings you can actually go inside of)or at least doors to go into rooms inside the city itself, because people lived on each tier. I mean I could go on and on, but I'll stop there cuz I know its a work in progress. Looks good, none the less.

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Saboath
Saboath

when I get married, my wedding cake is gonna look like this

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Renay
Renay

your wife will be amazed

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Lotr123
Lotr123

When I get married my wedding cake is going to be a life sized replica of "The Misty Mountains" made out of ice-cream cake, and instead of a little bride and groom sitting on top, it will be a Nazgul riding a felbeast around the mountains! Or maybe I'll just live alone... Forever. ;)

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Anathar88
Anathar88

SilentShadow, I didnt mean to reply to your comment when I typed all that, so for that I apologize.

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