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The 'Middle Earth Roleplaying Project' aims to recreate J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth in the Creation engine of 'Skyrim'. The player will be plunged into Middle Earth near the end of the Third Age, not long before the War of the Ring breaks out.

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darnocslew Apr 19 2012 says:

To dungens deep. and Caverns old...

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Also_known_as_Peter Apr 19 2012 replied:

The Pines were Roaring on The Heights,...

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-(TBS)-Jericho Apr 20 2012 replied:

with sword and adventurer bold

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mathinator Apr 19 2012 says:

The Winds were Moaning in the Night,

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Baryonyx Apr 19 2012 replied:

The fire was red, it flaming spread
The trees like torches blazed with light

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xivipe Apr 20 2012 replied:

Whenever I hear that song it sends chills down my spine

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earganon May 4 2012 replied:

talking about songs, are they going to be in the game? Either traveling minstreel/bard form or as general background music as well? Like having the song of The Ent and the Ent-wife softly in the background while walking through Fangorn.

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maddnesscats Apr 19 2012 says:

wait, is he falling down a pit or walking down a tunnel?

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Also_known_as_Peter Apr 19 2012 says:

This looks a lot like Shelob's Lair.

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Anglachel Apr 19 2012 says:

The world is grey, the mountain's old;
The forges fire is ashen cold.

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Nuvendil Apr 21 2012 replied:

No harp is strung, no hammer falls,
The darkness dwells in Durin's halls.
There lies a shadow on the tomb
In Moria, in Khazad-Dum.
Yet still the sunken stars appear
In dark and windless Mirrormere.
There lies the crown in water deep
'Til Durin wakes again from sleep!

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Will_the_Thrill Apr 19 2012 says:

We delved to deep, beneath the keep;
awoke a beast from deep sleep.

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Jordy☢Boii Apr 19 2012 says:

coool ^^

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RandomZombi3 Apr 20 2012 says:

Now THAT is an awesome screenshot. (: I bet he just can't WAIT to see what creature lives in there!

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theBuzz Apr 20 2012 says:

Fool of a programmer. throw yourself in next time and rid us of your logarithms.

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Mmarksp Apr 20 2012 says:

Wow... It's a cave! :P (where in Middle-Earth is this? xD)

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SilentShadow Apr 20 2012 replied:

Huge spiderwebs, where could it be? xD

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Anglachel Apr 20 2012 replied:

And yet the title is 'delving too deep', so I guess this would be a representation of the tunnels made by the nameless things that gnaw Arda. I think Shelob would be a cute little spider in comparison to what might dwell there (Nameless thing, Balrog, Gandalf in his wrath).

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Also_known_as_Peter Apr 20 2012 replied:

What do you mean with "Gandalf in his wrath"?

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Anglachel Apr 20 2012 replied:

Gandalf following the balrog. I guess you had better not stand between him and the balrog when you're wandering through those tunnels...

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Mmarksp Apr 21 2012 replied:

Don't ever mess with Gandalf...

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Mmarksp Apr 21 2012 replied:

Shelob's lair... naaaah can't be. ;P

But it could be like anywhere, we can't be sure...

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Amensia Apr 21 2012 says:

Something that annoys me in Vanilla Skyrim is the low res texture used on the wrist armor in first person view.

Can we have some decent looking textures for first person view? Are the textures used in the First-Person View the same as Third Person? I think not because your weapon stance changes between them.

The one in the screenshot doesn't look to bad, but I'd rather play the game and look up close to inspect it.

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neronix17 May 1 2012 replied:

1st person models use the exact same texture, pose has nothing to do with it. You can have different textures for first person, but I doubt anyone would want to spend more time on a higher res texture just for first person though.

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Zumali Apr 21 2012 says:

your work is unbelievable, i´m really looking forward to it since the original game is not interesting anymore (at least it isn't for me) that is why i can´t wait to explore the word of MERP !

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