From RPGPlanet: Big announcement, everybody. No, it's not an official expansion, but a big new unofficial expansion called The Elder Scolls III: Velayia has been released. Here's a little bit of information about the exciting new project: When you think of roleplaying games, you often think of heavily densed woods, leading huge battles, including several varieties of side quests. Finally, Velayia takes you to the next step. Below Solsthiem, west of Vvardenfell, lies a new landmass filled with wood elves, and orcs from the north are threatening their territory. Take part of this massive war, or hunt in the woods with your friends you meet along the way. Have a house in the dense woods, or attempt to stay warm in the freezing, northern mountains. "When I first started working on Velayia, I wanted it to be something I would enjoy. I wanted very densed woods that goes for miles, wars, creatures weak and strong at hte same time, etc. This mod was completely inspired by Dungeons...
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