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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-Dusk- Jul 19 2010, 5:42am says:

Dol Guldur? :D
Time to kick Khamul's ancient ***, lol...

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Anathar88 Jun 7 2011, 2:19am replied:

Dol Guldur is too far off. If my guess is correct, the structure on the hill is Durin's Stone, which is a pillar that was made after Durin the Deathless looked into the lake Mirrormere and saw a crown above his head (turned out to be stars, but it was the middle of the day and they shouldn't have been seen) He took this as a sign, and he founded the city of Khazad-dum. Durin's Stone was placed along the banks of the lake to mark the event. But until someone verifies this, its just a guess:)

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Nuvendil Aug 21 2011, 3:32am replied:

If you are referring to the structure way off in the distance, that actually IS Dol Guldur. A place holder for now though; we will have a much better one eventually. Durin's Stone and the lake itself are just off the edge of the screen to the right.

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Anathar88 Oct 6 2011, 7:23pm replied:

Well, is the structure just a tower on a hill, or a whole fortress?

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mathinator Jul 19 2010, 10:52am says:

omg this is 1 of the best pictures I ever saw of this mod if the game really looks like this then im in love :p

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Morthon Jul 19 2010, 1:34pm replied:

It might only look like this at a certain time of the day.. xD

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truehighlander Jul 19 2010, 10:03pm says:

Taken about 7AM, the time of day and weather type are definitely factors involved.

It looks even 'better' around midday, but I prefer the sunrise.

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Myloman Aug 5 2010, 6:19am says:

That is a nice view. It's this sort of scenery that makes you stop what you're doing, and appreciate the work put into it.

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userxxi Aug 6 2010, 1:37pm says:

Very very nice indeed.

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soulkid200 Jan 2 2011, 5:14pm says:

If only middle earth was real, i would sooo leave with my family and friends and never come back...

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