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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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Numenor123 May 21 2012 says:

Awesome shot:) i see you work not only with Rohan:)

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SilentShadow May 21 2012 replied:

This is at the northern border of Rohan

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Gamestudios May 21 2012 says:

nice nice nice

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skyjets May 22 2012 replied:

It's over 9000!

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Jokerme May 21 2012 says:

Just out of curiosity, why are you using 1280*1024 ? Do you really have a 4:3 monitor?

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mr_mister May 21 2012 replied:

Why not? :)

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Epoch_MEB May 21 2012 replied:

I do infact... 3 of them.

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MTindle May 21 2012 replied:

That's the 3rd most common display resolution used by Steam users anyway. 1st is 1080p, 2nd is 1366x768 and 3rd is 1280x1024.

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mr_mister May 21 2012 replied:

the 1st and the 2nd are typical laptop resolutions, and well.. the 3rd is common in older monitors. But I'm using 1600x1200 atm and i think it's fairly good.

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MTindle May 21 2012 replied:

I used to have a 17'' monitor back in the day, 1600x1200 @ 85Hz. CRT definitely has amazing image quality, the only thing was it was too small. Oh well.

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Anathar88 May 21 2012 says:

Cannot wait to see the Argonath and the Falls of Rauros :)

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andreitibo May 21 2012 says:

can we use boats?

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Maegfaer Creator
Maegfaer May 21 2012 replied:

Most likely yes.

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MTindle May 21 2012 replied:

I CANNOT WAIT to sail my own little boat down rivers if it is possible. Just going down the forest river that leads to the Long Lake would be such a relaxing endeavour. TBH, the thing I'm most looking forward to in this mod is being able to experience Middle Earth is all it's diverse beauty.

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userxxi May 22 2012 replied:

Check the latest Assasin's creed. It uses canoes! Perhaps it's a game mechanic you might want to have a look at.

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Mmarksp May 22 2012 replied:

Hell yeah!

Sailing down the river, smoking and drinking while having a good conversation with a... idk hobbit? That's so bad-***! :P

I can't wait to see how they will do the sailing part. No way they're gonna skip the sailing part with the fellowship!! ... well at least I don't hope they're gonna skip it. ;-)

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magicspook May 21 2012 says:

I am a noob, I forgot where this was :P And it isnt on the in-book map.
so it is the little rock just before rauros, with the 2 chairs on the left and right.

The statues are going to wield axes right? it always annoyed me that they bore sword in the movie. I thought there was a screenie of this, but I cant find it.

BTW, how does water actually work in Skyrim? there is water flow, but the water never seems to go down dioganally. It is always horizontal-waterfall, horizontal, waterfall ect. The ony place in Skyrim with diogonal water is whiterun, but its so shallow that you dont ever leave a V where you walk. So is this possible? It should be for the mountain streams!

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valisnahrX May 21 2012 replied:

I think the most funny thing about vanilla Skyrim's water system and its effects is when your character jumps or falls in and the only sound that you make is a "bloop" and theres like a rock size splash only, heh heh.

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Maegfaer Creator
Maegfaer May 21 2012 replied:

Haha yeah! We could change that, but such a small thing is very low priority.

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DOC_ May 22 2012 replied:

here's a shot
however this model is outdated, now the argonaths look even better

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vykaz May 22 2012 says:

guys, seriously... i love you! i appreciate it so much to u doing this really amazing project without any donation or something. You make a dream come true for me and many many other "supporters"- going to middleearth. Thank you guys, thank you so much.

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