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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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Faren May 11 2012 says:

It looks really sweet. I'm wondering/worrying a bit though, how well will the vanilla assets match your work? Skyrims models are a bit... "Consolized"

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Epoch_MEB May 11 2012 replied:

We'll most likely re-texture a lot of items, but quite a lot of things work as vanilla.

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SilentShadow May 12 2012 replied:

A lot of Rohan stuff matches the vanilla stuff. So for Rohan, not many new meshes and textures are needed :)

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ElfFriend May 11 2012 says:

i got a question where in middle earth is this? (i havent read the books so i dont know that much) btw the vegetation could look better, but i was stunned with the awesomeness of these pictures.

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Headhunter128 May 11 2012 replied:

I thinks its in Rohan.

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Mmarksp May 12 2012 replied:

you don't say?!

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names_are_useless May 15 2012 replied:

@Revan9537: You won't find "Fiscryne" in any of Tolkien's books. Its an original Rohan settlement created for MERP :)

And before anyone goes crying "Its not in the books!? Lynch them!" please realize that Tolkien didn't go naming every village/town/city/etc in Middle Earth. We have to assume Rohan is composed of more then just Edoras, Aldburg, Helm's Deep, Grimslade, Upbourn, and Underharrow (they had 6,000 soldiers show up at Pellenor Fields afterall). In MERP, Rohan is around the same size as Skyrim, so we do need to fill in the gaps ;)

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Klevdude May 18 2012 replied:

Actually they had more like 10,000 or 12,000 can't remember. They had to leave half their force to protect Rohan from the enemy force that came over Cair Andros ;)

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names_are_useless May 18 2012 replied:

@Klevdude: Yeah yeah, thanks for one-upping me >_>

No but really: all the more proof why MERP will need custom settlements.

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RandomZombi3 May 11 2012 says:

Dirt, stone, and wood. Very rustic. Looks very much like how I'd imagine a village/town in Rohan looking. (:

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leo11048811 May 11 2012 says:

There are too much stone for a Rohan village (in my opinion), except if this one is close to a mountain. A little bit more wood on the models could maybe improve the entire village. :)
(Rohan is a big plain, so there are only a few stones/rocks)

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Nuvendil May 12 2012 replied:

It is stone, but of a rough hewn, unquaried variety. We won't use too many of the "advanced" stone structures in Rohan. Many larger settlements will have custom and/or modified assets.

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Macke1170 Jun 20 2012 replied:

Isn't it the exact opposite, that there's more rock and stones on a plain than trees?

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Mmarksp May 12 2012 says:

I think this is awesome. There are some Skyrim vanilla textures, but that doesn't matter in-game. With npc's added and a video to show me, I will turn into a happy little man. ^_^ More than of these pictures and they are awesome! (as usual). :-P

Hmm, when you start MERP as a Rohan soldier, it would be cool, if a small village like this would be the starting location, so that you'll first see major locations, like Edoras, later on. Maybe a visit to Isengard (if not too far away?), where it is still green, and then later on, join the White Council and travel to Rivendell? Just a thought you could consider when you get to that point in MERP. :-D
Or have you already planned something for that? :-)

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earganon May 12 2012 replied:

What about: starting off at a border village, while being raided by a Dunland raiding party. You try and hold them of, but can't and have to retreat (with your family, parents/nephews/etc), fleeing away from your home, as you see it burn.
You run to the nearest town/city and maybe join the militia or start a complete different adventure.

This is what I had in mind for a Rohan beginning, I hope some ideas of it may be useful. :)

Btw nice houses, not as Anglo-Saxon as I hoped, but I won't mind it's great either way.:D

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Tmi006 May 12 2012 says:

Give me a army of riding soldiers so i can yell


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Mmarksp May 12 2012 replied:

I think this is the wrong photo to post that on... :P

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lionheartxx May 12 2012 says:

Is Fiscryne the name of the village? (It's fictional I guess)

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pkyrkos7 May 12 2012 replied:

Yeah Fiscryne is the name of the village.'Fisc' means fish and it's a fishing village.That's where it get's it's name ;)
I think it's fictional but I am not sure.

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names_are_useless May 15 2012 replied:

Its an original Rohan settlement not from the books. Fiscryne means "Fish Run" in Old English. Expect a lot of Old English in Rohan :P

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skyjets May 12 2012 says:

Can't wait to explore the middle earth X)

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faulk May 12 2012 says:

Looks like a screenshot of Morrowind!

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May 11th, 2012
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