Stros M'Kai in the Thrid Era is a mod for Morrowind. The project seeks to imagine what the Island of Stros M'Kai would be like during the time of the Nerevarine. Stros M'Kai is an island off the coast of Hammerfell in which the Elder Scrolls Adventure; Redguard takes place during the second era of Tamriel (The world in which the Elder Scrolls takes place).
First Release of many, featuring one version of the main quest. The goal is to create a "quest tree" with multiple outcomes.
This alpha release is installed like most other mods. Unzip the .7z file using 7 zip. Within the folder will be a file named "Stros 10.5.18.esp" and a folder named "Data Files". Copy these folders and file to your Morrowind directory, commonly found in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Bethesda Softworks\Morrowind" or "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Morrowind" for those playing with the Steam version. Several of the models in this mod use existing Morrowind textures, so if the copy and paste prompt asks if you would like to replace existing files, bear this in mind.
This mod takes place on the island of Stros M'Kai in the province of Hammerfell during the Thrid Era. Our hero (the player) hears rumors from Morrowind that a merchant ship is traversing between Hammerfell and Morrowind. Ripe for adventure, the hero travels to Stros M'Kai to find the city trenched in a terrible plague. Upon further investigation the hero learns there is malice and magic behind the ominous plague of Stros M'Kai. You choose the fate of Stros M'Kai, will you destroy those behind the plague and restore order to the Imperial Province, or will you side with the extremists and drive the Empire from Stros M'Kai, reclaiming the throne for the Redguards?
This initial release is an alpha and will certainly have a number of bugs to work out. Post bug reports in the summary comments section. The "good guy" quest in favour of the Empire is the only finished quest ending so far.
This mod should be compatible with any other Landmass Mod, including; Tamriel Rebuilt, Project Tamriel, etc... Should be compatible with OpenMW (untested) and compatible of course with Steam and disk versions of the game. Requires the Tribunal and Bloodmoon expansions.