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The lost realms places your character in a series of beautiful worlds that emmerse the player in a landscape of deep imagination and soul. The realms can be accesed by a mysterious cave that has risen up from the ground in the tamriel countryside. Follow the story of Arandair J. Fox, an entrepid explorer some how related to your character. Read the diaries left by him and explore the history of your bloodline and your birth rights.
Notice: game requires "the shivering isles" expansion pack
"Welcome My Child, Welcome to the end of the universe..."
That's right get ready to put on your Doctor Who outfit (British Joke), We're going to fling you to the very reaches of time and space. Yes That's right I've attempted to recreate the end of the universe in Oblivion. Hopefully this won't be so ambitious that Nothing goes to plan, but never fear! for I have some proof that everything is working.
Here's a few screenshots of the new realm; The Broken Lands
You look around, everything is still and cold. There's something not right about this realm. You don't think you are supposed to be here.
So what do you think guys? does this capture the kind of things that you would expect to see at the end of the universe? Perhaps you have some better ideas? Well I'd love to hear them, so please post them below and tell me your thoughts.
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