Okay, I think this is my second full time around (played it halfway once, fully once before) and now that I've put so much time into Skyrim, I'm ready for a serious break and Morrowind seems perfect for it.
I'm having so much fun all over again, and making myself SLOW DOWN and join only one faction at a time so I can concentrate on those quests only and not have a journal full of five different faction quests that overwhelm me! LOL I think that's why I stopped playing the first time around.
Anyway just having fun and wanted to post about it. This time I'm playing a Breton instead of a Dunmer, and I'm interested to see if anything changes like the way people treat my character, etc. So far they just call me "Breton", but some Dunmer call me "muthsera" which I always thought was a word that meant you were recognizing another Dunmer while speaking. (must be off base on that one! lol)
btw---I'm doing quests for the Hhaalhu (sp?) House and just discovered this time around that I can taunt people into striking me first so that I'm allowed to kill them w/out getting in trouble. I did feel a tiny bit quilty when I killed that Cammona Tong guy because I'd raised his dispostion then taunted him and he was like, "What are you saying? I thought we were friends!" Since he's a murderer I won't feel guilty long (lol) but it did feel a little weird at the time.
Which brings up a question.....how many of you have those kinds of feelings when you kill characters? I guess this applies to all games really, but for some reason it bothers me more in Morrowind than in say, Skyrim. (I have no idea why)
Thanks for letting me ramble---time to walk the doggie and make dinner and THEN hopefully more Morrowind! Wish me luck.