The Wizards' Islands are an undetermined number of islands having own unique storylines, and related through a main story. They will be released in separate chapters, starting with the cold Island of Winter. The questing and plotline interactions bear more resemblance to Black Isle games than the crude generic dialogue of Morrowind, with custom dialogue for all NPCs. The Winter Island is larger than Solstheim, including dense forest, immense mountains, frozen lake, a pair of large towns with unique architecture & much more, including epic architecture, like cathedrals & castles, and over 100 interior cells, without counting dungeons (only town and misc.) Many dungeons, and the size of them can go up to 15 cells each, darker and harder than the ones in Morrowind. Some of them will take days to finish, and use customised tilesets to create gigantic ice caves and massive descents into the earth. The Winter Island holds a rich and vast history dating back 3 millenia..

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leilei Aug 9 2003 says:

Eww. If you want a sharp screenshot in a place with not much contrast, I suggest you lower the compression of the jpg. Thanks.

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Sajt Sep 6 2003 says:

Not sure I like the blue... especially with that red

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intelligentsia Sep 15 2003 says:

Wasn't me who did it. Grrr. Don't ask.

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j4m3sb0nd Oct 6 2003 says:

tis' a bit odd, but not extremely 'uber crap' .

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Sajt Oct 9 2003 says:

Wait, I changed my mind, it's the blue I don't like :)

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j4m3sb0nd Nov 1 2003 says:

yeah the red suits it... If it was JUST red.

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garrett Aug 6 2005 says:

I actualy think it's a terific blend of colors, expecialy that purple flame in the back. Nice job! ;)

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