#1
ok, so there is a mod out there that transforms morrowind into the runescape world, and i cannot find it. i have seen screenshots and such, but i have not come across a download link. can anyone point me in the right direction?
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#4
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Oblivion > Morrowind.

That is all.


Yeah but morrowind has less intense system requirements, more people can play it.

Uhh, I have no idea about this mod, it doesn't sound very fun though :\
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#5
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Oblivion > Morrowind.

That is all.

Morrowind's atmosphere and music is far superior to oblivion's though.

I actually miss morrowind more than oblivion.
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#6
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Morrowind's atmosphere and music is far superior to oblivion's though.

I actually miss morrowind more than oblivion.



Aww come on. I need to defend the hours of my life I spend playing Oblivion, unlocking every achievment, completing every quest, etc.
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#7
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Aww come on. I need to defend the hours of my life I spend playing Oblivion, unlocking every achievment, completing every quest, etc.


Ah, did you play it on console? With taste like that it's easy to see why you would confuse it for the better of the two games
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Aww come on. I need to defend the hours of my life I spend playing Oblivion, unlocking every achievment, completing every quest, etc.

You should've spent them on morrowind
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#9
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Ah, did you play it on console? With taste like that it's easy to see why you would confuse it for the better of the two games



At the time, the only computer in my house was 8 years old and had a miniscule amount of RAM. The Xbox version was the only one available to me.
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#11
You know what would be awesome?!?!

If they put all the Elder Scroll games onto one disc, and put it on (platform of your choice). It would be awesome to play the ones from the PC

that is all I want for Christmas
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Red guard, Dagger fall, Battle spire, Arena, Morrowind and Oblivion ?

dont forget arena, (allthough you can get that free right now legally)
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#14
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Morrowind's atmosphere and music is far superior to oblivion's though.

I actually miss morrowind more than oblivion.


Not to mention in Morrowind it was actually worth it to go exploring, and it wasn't mind numbingly easy.
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Not to mention in Morrowind it was actually worth it to go exploring, and it wasn't mind numbingly easy.

Aye, it had alot of interesting quests, ruins and places. Oblivion had alot of interesting quests (like that time you had to enter someone's dream, and that other time when you had to enter someone's painting) but lacked so much on the exploring part.
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#16
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Morrowind's atmosphere and music is far superior to oblivion's though.

I actually miss morrowind more than oblivion.


This. Oblivion's action is more engaging, but the environments all run into each other and the music feels like an after thought. In Morrowind I can run around completely lost for hours (and I have) and between the gorgeousness and variation of the environments and the atmospheric quality of the music I won't get bored at all.

In Oblivion I just fast travel everywhere.