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Hi again! It's been a while since I last posted anything back here. I've been quite busy with work and irl stuff so please be patient when it comes to any news regarding this project...

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Hi again! It's been a while since I last posted anything back here. I've been quite busy with work and irl stuff so please be patient when it comes to any news regarding this project.

New things

Anayway, I've done a whole lot here and there, mostly adding new things to the gameworld, like books, misc items and statics. An example (globe and book).


I promise that I'll take great care of what items I might be adding to the game-world. I want to keep it as close to lore as possible.

Another example (Oblivion Gate):


Smoother Landscapes

I've also been busy with my "smoothering project", which will remove the ugly texture seams and spikes in Vvardenfell.

Here's an example of how this improvement may look like:


I know it's a pretty small pic, although you should notice a clear diffrence. In the next update I'll show you a few screens from "Vivec Docks" and the new Dren Planation.

Until then, take care!

- Trance

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formerlyknownasMrCP
formerlyknownasMrCP

I dunno if I like the idea of Oblivion gates being in the game. But other than that everything looks great.

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trancemaster_1988 Author
trancemaster_1988

I don't think it's that odd. The deadra must have come from somewhere, right? :) But I've only added a few inside interiors so you will hardly notice them.

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formerlyknownasMrCP
formerlyknownasMrCP

yeah but Oblivion's idea was just cliched. At least with Morrowind it had that feel like they poped out of nowhere, so you were scared out of your mind when you'd go into a low level dungeon and have one pop up- Oblivion gates I feel ruin that feeling.

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trancemaster_1988 Author
trancemaster_1988

Hm for me it doesn't make sense that they just pop up like that. But it does make sense to give em' a source from which they "spawn". Anyway these gates will be purely esthetic and few in numbers so you'll hardly notice them.

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Theon
Theon

Well, this could be awesome. Had it not been for the fact that I'm unable to play Morrowind on my new comp with Win7 >:(
Bethesda just replies with gibberish, and "we can't take responsibility blah blah blah", when I ask them if there is a way to make the game run on newer systems.

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