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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View of The Shire
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Keromalas Jul 5 2010 says:

Beautiful over-view of the Shire. Can't wait to wander these parts in Middle-Earth.

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SovereignReaper Jul 5 2010 says:

yep and i cant wait to use the hobbits as slippers

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chris_sloany Jul 6 2010 says:

so will you be taking part in the story? like be playing the characters through the journey like in the book? or you guys just gonna have in the same themed world?

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truehighlander Jul 6 2010 replied:

Yes, yes, no/yes! :)

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Spartan184 Jul 6 2010 says:

Hopefully I get my new graphics card by then so I can play Oblivion maxed out, or this mod wont look as beautiful

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truehighlander Jul 13 2010 replied:

No worries as there are so many great ini tweaks and performance based mods available. Having the ability to use the 4GB patch for TES4LODGen is primary for me though. I have two laptops that I run MERP on, basic and pretty good, go with the pretty good type if you can.

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Myloman Aug 5 2010 says:

Really nice sense of distance here.

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Pa1nk1llerJA Nov 30 2010 says:

I have a notebook >_> with 105M(notebook) Nvidia Geforce Graphic card...
is this gonna run on my laptop?

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Anathar88 May 24 2011 says:

"I can see my house from here." lol

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