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There's been a lot of people asking what mods I'm using & which ones work with Morrowind Rebirth or not. Down below is some of the mods I'm using to furhter enhance the experience, enjoy!

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"Must haves"

LGNPC project:
"LGNPC, short for Less Generic NPCs, is a project that aims to replace all the repetitive Morrowind dialogue with more interesting and engaging conversations. We want each NPC in every town, village, or camp to have his or her own personality and back story. "

An essential mod that adds a lot of atmosphere to the game. A must have!

Get it the plugins' here:

The Forgottenhalls & The Neverhalls
"Once buried deep under the mountains of Solstheim, the ancient Falmer ruin of Neselia, has recently been uncovered."

Two awesome dungeon's by Midegalien & Vality7, for the Bloodmoon expanison. Probably the best dungeon mod for Morrowind.

Get The Neverhalls here:
Get The Forgottenhalls here:

New Morrowind Animations:
A really neat project that's still in Beta. Replaces the old Morrowind walk/run & sneak animation with some great animations.

Here's a video showing of the new animations:

Get the Animation replacer here:

Morrowind Code Patch:
"This is a project to fix bugs in Morrowind that just aren't possible to do with scripting alone. It comes in the form of a patch to the Morrowind program."

Truly a must have, especially if you plan to use the new animations.

Get the code patch here:

Djangos Dialogue
"Adds over new 100 secrets to the 'little secret' topic, filtered by race, class and faction. Also add new responses to slaves & the "services" topic, according to where they are, giving a better sense of place and making the game less robotic."

Also check his other mods by clicking at his profile.

Get Van Djangos mod here:

Various graphical replacers:

Saint Shrine replacer:

Get it here:

Icon Replacer:
Replaces all the ugly icons in Morrowind & its' expansions by new & fresh icons!

Get it here:

Rock replacer:
Replaces the old rocks with new shiny ones! Bump maps & other goodies.

Get it here:

Clockwork City replacer:
"Texture overhaul for Sotha Sil's Clockwork City, as seen in the Elder Scrolls expansion Tribunal. Design was heavily influenced by the game Bioshock, in the sense that I've tried to work some art deco style into the textures while still making it consistent with the Chimer/Dunmer style."

Get it here:

Unique Finery replacer:
Gives most special and unique amulets, belts, rings, robes, shoes, and amulets new, unique models.

Get it here:

Vivec replacer:

Get it here:

Shack replacer:

Get it here:

Hlaalu replacer:

Get it here:

Imperial Housing replacer:

Get it here:

That's it boys' & girls'!

There will be more info regarding Rebirth in the beginning of the next week!



Great compilation! I'll have to try a few of these... the rock replacer looks really cool

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Coolio, ill try a few out now

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wow this is gonna look like oblivion :D

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I wonder if this would work with the Morrowing Graphical Overhaul...

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trancemaster_1988 Author

It's already included in that pack, so no need for that. This was more meant to those who doesn't use MGO :)

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Intense work guys, well done!

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