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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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Anglachel
Anglachel

Awesome, it definitely has that Rohirrim feel to it. I can already see myself walking around Edoras just by listening to this.

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MTindle
MTindle

*******, stealing my avatar.

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Anglachel
Anglachel

Just for sport, but I'm an honest thief, so you can have it back :P

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MTindle
MTindle

LOL you are forgiven

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MWachtis
MWachtis

YES!

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Sanguinius
Sanguinius

Amazing track, very Rohirrim-ish :D

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nonamejuju
nonamejuju

Hope it is possible to put some of the LOTR movies music too.

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Epoch_MEB Author
Epoch_MEB

That won't happen... a small thing called Copyright!

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Nuvendil
Nuvendil

Of course, you could do it yourself for personal usage. Would just have to replace our tracks with the movie ones.

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CommanderDG
CommanderDG

Is there a way to add them both?

Also what happened to Edoras walkaround #1 and 2?
In any case, you have a made a masterpiece, keep it up!

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Nuvendil
Nuvendil

Don't know about that. If you had the skill, I suppose so.

Edoras 1 and 2 were preliminary I believe, this is the closest to final. Besides, even if we already had that many tracks finished, we wouldn't show them all and ruin the surprise ;)

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Mmarksp
Mmarksp

Aaah yes, the soundtrack. One of the best weapons an arsenal, when it comes to games. If it suck, the game becomes a lot less interesting. If It's good, then game will be on a new level. (At least for me)

I'm so glad, that this music is on the good sid, which will make my travel through Middle-Earth a lot more entertaining. Thank you!

Btw: If you wouldn't have guessed by now, I LOVE music (I prefer: Rock and Movie/game soundtracks ^^)

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Dack105
Dack105

Yea, a bad soundtrack can really ruin a good game. I'm so happy this music is awesome. I remember back when I was playing LOTRO; that was amazing music!
I wish the soundtrack could be recorded with a real full orchestra though.

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Mmarksp
Mmarksp

Yeah, but this is just fine for me. :33 It would also be too expensive. :P

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Dack105
Dack105

I didn't mean that there was anything wrong with the digital orchestra, or that I taught that getting an orchestra was possible. Just that it would be nice. This music is far beyond fine!

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Wintercross
Wintercross

Sounds good, defiantly captures the feeling of the Rohirrim

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Daerchador
Daerchador

has a royal feel here and there, like it a lot!

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Dack105
Dack105

Oh, wow. I started listening to this while watching a Skyrim Let's Play... AMAZING!

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