The void is a lack of anything. It is a space waiting to be filled. A canvas waiting to be painted on. The amazing power of modding has changed the way we play games and has opened up entirely new worlds which the original game producers couldn?t have imagined existed. Morrowind, and now Oblivion, is one of the best systems for modding because you can layer as many mods on top of each other as you like. 'The plan with the Void is to start off with an entirely unformed world' ? A big lump of clay as featureless and barren as possible. Designs, plans and guidelines will be posted on this website to show everyone what we?d like to see happen. We will upload the first blank and empty version of the world for everyone to download, then anyone who wishes can add to the world ? Be it a house, a model, a sound or with some landscaping work. We will play all of the mods which are sent in, looking for mods which add to the world most and once we have enough we?ll combine them all into...
Greetings! Often have I looked on the ModDB to find news and information about mods that I wanted to try. Now I'm hoping things will be the other way around. The Void has been in my head since Morrowind, an idea which I just couldn't shake off. And so for many weeks now I've been putting
Posted by Void_Master on Apr 2nd, 2006
Often have I looked on the ModDB to find news and information about mods that I wanted to try. Now I'm hoping things will be the other way around.
The Void has been in my head since Morrowind, an idea which I just couldn't shake off. And so for many weeks now I've been putting thought into making this project actually happen, the fruits of that can now be seen on our website (www.void-oblivion.co.uk) which is where you can find our forum (Good place to sign up) and the Voidapedia (which acts like a book of lore about the world of the Void).
So if your a keen writer, an artist, a modeler, a voice actor, an editor, a musician or someone who likes to play with the world editor your more than welcome to add your name to the project. We're not asking for previous works (though it is nice to see them) and we won't grill you with forms or interviews. Just sign up and start contributing, discussing and you'll fit right in.