Province: Cyrodiil is a mod for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It aims to create the province of Cyrodiil, also known as the Imperial Province. This creation is based heavily upon the lore describing the region in The First Pocket Guide to the Empire. Many will recognise Cyrodiil as the province in TES4 Oblivion, but you will find that this iteration is vastly different and should provide many new experiences for TES fans.
The Black Horse Courier is your official source for Province: Cyrodiil News.
Posted by SamirA29 on May 3rd, 2013
Hello faithful followers of Province: Cyrodiil. Today's Black Horse Courier is all about Gold Coast progress. Scamp and wollibeebee have been working hard on the exterior of the Gold Coast and I truly feel that the region is even more of a visual gem than our little island of Stirk.
Today we bring you a first glance at the town of Brina Cross. Many of you will recognize the name Brina Cross as that of a solitary in at a crossroads from Oblivion. Here at Province: Cyrodiil we are taking Brina Cross to a whole new level as our landmass is on a much larger scale than that of Oblivion. Therefore, we have turned Brina Cross Inn into the town of Brina Cross, a bustling little trade hub at a major crossroads in the Gold Coast. Here are a few images of the town which may also been found in our images section along with a variety of other new pictures of the town. Scamp has done it again with this beautiful town.
In addition to this glorious addition to Province: Cyrodiil, wollibeebee has been hard at work on Anvil. I can't show it off just yet, but rest assured it is shaping up to be a great city with the opportunity for a variety of quests to be featured within its walls. While wolli has been hard at work building the city, he has also been revamping our flora. In our early stages we made use of some modder resources that did not meet our quality standards and have since been replacing them with higher quality in-house models. This will not only give the mod a more unique appearance, but also gives us a feeling of satisfaction.
As always, I encourage you all to come visit our website and perhaps even join our band of merry modders. Help is always welcome and even if you only provide us with inspiration and ideas you are doing a great service. I hope to see all of you soon.