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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Rowan] #1023164
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Originally Posted By: Rowan
You caught me! It takes a thief to know a thief. hug Game twins.


As soon as I can, I high-tail it over there for my glass armour.

After that I find I can just roam around fairly safely - especially after finding that all-important first piece of Deadric weaponry, be it a sword or katana or dagger. Steal a filled soul gem, enchant, and yer all set.


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023173
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Usually next on my to-do list is to find the Boots of Speed and obtain the Savior's Hide armour.

Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Rowan] #1023187
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This thread is making my Morrowind fingers VERY itchy !!!! eek


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023192
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I agree Mad!

Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023232
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I recently finished my latest game of Morrowind. Sadly, I think I need to move forward, since I have many, many un-played games and should play those instead of travelling down memory lane so much. Iplayed 400 hours of Skyrim -- and never finished the main story line (computer crash and a move) so my next Elder Scrolls foray will be a brand new game of Skyrim. Not that this is a bad thing, obviously. But Morrowind will always be my favourite.


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023262
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rotfl As long as you are having fun and enjoying yourself wave


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023264
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Indeed, L4L! I'm thinking I finally need to get Skyrim.


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023319
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Being a great fan of The Sims, I really like the feature that lets me build houses and stuff in Skyrim. Oblivion also has it's charms, but the reason Morrowind is a real favorite is probably because it was my first. Love the Music also, and don't forget, the way you can so easy move food and other things around, making it easy to do those really necessary things like setting a table, hihi. =)

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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023366
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The thing I like best about Morrowind is also the thing I like the least -- the absolute lack of accurate directions to get anywhere. Someone gives you a quest and tells you that it's over there, to the east, just past Mt. Somethingorother, and you spend the next three days looking for a cave, getting a huge amount of experience and loot along the way. Brilliant and frustrating.


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023377
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You've just put it into a nutshell, hagatha! I never did find the guy injured by nix hounds outside of Ald Rhun! His poor wife is still standing there.


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023379
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He's really close, that guy. Close to his wife that is. Just over a little hill or what you might call it.

And when I'm really stuck, I consult the great website I have linked to in an earlier post. Or was it another thread? There are really great maps to see exactly where stuff are. =)

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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023386
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Unfortunately for all of the poor souls standing around waiting for help, I long ago stopped doing those quests; there's so much to do and see in Morrowind that I just can't be bothered - unless there's something good in it for me (like a certain pair of boots, for example).


"You can't expect to wield supreme power just 'cause some watery tart threw a sword at you!”

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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023388
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I've been using that UESP site to great advantage, RebKean! Yeah, I'm the same way with most of the idiots standing around, but that one bugs me!


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023390
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My least favourite things about Morrowind are cliff racers. mad Nothing worse than being lost in an ash storm looking for some cave that should be nearby but isn't and being constantly hounded by annoying cliff racers.

Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023394
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I totally agree regarding these "birds". One good thing, at least before I have enchanted something with levitate, is that they give you an ingredient to make levitation-potions. But that's about it.

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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023400
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I think I read once about a mod that took those away wave


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023406
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I also loathe the cliff racers... so very annoying.


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023409
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But they die sooo gracefully!

Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023417
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Ha, ha! They do indeed, Rowan!


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023424
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One of my most used maps for Morrowind is the one by Wolfie .... HERE


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023433
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Haha, I can see why. When you're up there it's a sad thing that you only can use one "mark" at a time.
It's not fantasticly big but still, there's a lot of running in the snow.

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I'm not sure what you mean, RebKean.

You can enlarge any part of the map you fancy - to get a good sense of how to reach a location you might be searching for smile


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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023483
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Well Mad, I can see why you got confused. It's not the best reply I've ever given, haha. smile
What I was thinking was that there's not many ways to fast-travel up there. You only have to ports and then you're on your own. In both Oblivion and Skyrim you can fast-travel to any city as you probably know. So therefore I wished that you could use the spells/scrolls "mark-recall" more than once. Well actually that's the only way to fast-travel. But I meant that there's no way at all to travel up there exept for the two ports in the South.

And because of that it's very thankfull to have a good map, that was my point.
This map is probably a lot like yours.
http://mwmap.uesp.net/

It's quite alright if you still don't understand me, I'm not exactly famous for expressing myself clearly. crazy

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RebKean.

I understand you NOW wink

I have that map also !!
In fact I have several excellent Morrowind maps.
[One just can't have too many !! lol]

Cheers.

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Re: Morrowind Elder Scrolls III [Re: Draclvr] #1023624
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Hahaha, great! thumbsup
It really is necessary to use maps, at least if you want to complete all quests and find everything. Of course you can do it without maps, but it will probably cost you your sanity.

Now to something completely different, when I'm out in the wild I ususally change my view to third person. I found out though that this was not a good view when you use Argonian/Kajiit.
Haven't tried the Orc yet so I don't know how they are, but the animal races run really annoying.
The camera sort of shifts from left to right and might cause nausea to the player. wink

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