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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The Gap of Rohan
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BluePotato Nov 26 2010 says:

Breathtaking! I love the way those mountains make this plaze look so varied and interesting. This is exellent work, some of the best I've seen on this game, actually some of the best I've seen in any game! Good job, I have voted for you ;-)

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Captain_Iglo Nov 26 2010 replied:

Thank you for your vote and your supporting words! Noirdesir is one of our best landscapers!

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BluePotato Nov 26 2010 replied:

If he made this his one of the best I've seen :-D

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noirdesir Nov 29 2010 replied:

Thanks for the compliments but I haven't done all of it. Lumpypat created the heightmap for MERP - without it those landscapes wouldn't look half as nice! That steep valley / gorge on the left is where Helms Deep will be placed.

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Pa1nk1llerJA Nov 30 2010 replied:

CRYSIS is like pacman in front of merp !

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ianna_keeper Nov 26 2010 says:

that's really stunning!

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Captain_Iglo Nov 26 2010 says:

Don't forget the one who took the shot! James or true_higlander ;)

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HounderKnight Nov 27 2010 says:

Gorgeous :)

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DĂșnedainRanger Nov 27 2010 says:

Will the dwarves be natural sprinters? From the looks of it they will have to be if they want to make it over those hills

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Captain_Iglo Nov 28 2010 replied:

Haha they might have a short boost :P

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truehighlander Dec 4 2010 replied:

The scale is hard to perceive, it's really quite big and the slope really isn't so great.

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Genghis91 Sep 19 2011 says:

New Zealand :)

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