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The Life of a Slave is a total conversion for Morrowind where you play the role of a slave on an island located north of Vvardenfell. You were shipped from Morrowind to the island caged in a cell along with other slaves. Upon arriving at the island you are put to work as a slave doing jobs such as mining and cutting wood for the slavers who sell the resources for gold back on the mainland.
You instinctively want to escape this hell and after a while you are given the chance. How you escape is up to you and the choices vary as the plot unfolds into two different paths. Again which path you choose to take is your choice but the events that occur in each path will strike your curiosity and you will want to play the mod again just so you can take in everything there is.
This mod is no where near a hack and slash. You mightn’t even hold a weapon for the whole time you’re playing as you will need to think and use your common sense more then anything else. Things won't be outlined for you either. You may have to take a little bit of time to figure out something but either way the mod will continue moving so you won't ever be stuck.
Total Conversion (TC)-
The Life of a Slave is a unique total conversion that sets itself a part from Oblivion and the land of Cyrodiil. Find yourself on a new snow covered island where you will create a whole new character from scratch with the original character creation script.
Two Plots, One Ending-
There is only one ending but with two completely different ways to getting there. Each plot line is strangely connected to the other so if you were to repeat the mod and go down the second plot line you will recognize events from the last plot line but find yourself in a different position initially.
Twin Lamps Return-
The secret organization devoted to releasing slaves in Morrowind returns in the Life of a Slave. While the Twin Lamps appear only very briefly in one of the two plot lines they still have a big impact on the mod.
The overall Gameplay for the Life of a Slave will feel very realistic with many heavily scripted events, a number of new realistic animations and not to mention the new AI system that Oblivion is presenting.
Slave away at building a new Slave Camp and watch as each new building is slowly constructed into a working camp full of slaves.
Full Audio Dialogue-
The Oblivion engine has let us include full audio dialogue meaning that everything said by an NPC has an audio voice over all voiced by our very own voice actors
View detailed cut scenes throughout the mod outlining the plot better. Learn more about your player with the new ‘New Game’ cut scene filmed and edited by Elf Mistress.