Useful links

 

Here are some useful links:

Bethsoft Forums The Official Bethesda Forums

Plane Elderscrolls A very good mod downloading site

TESNexus Another great modding site

Great House Fliggerty Nice forum to discuss about Morrowind and other games.

RPGItalia A very good portal dedicated to RPG Games

  12 Responses to “Useful links”

  1. Hello,
    after playing Oblivion i noticed how superior Morrowind still is in case of storyline and depth. So i decidet to watch out for mods to enhance the graphics etc to get it a bit up-to-date and to make it more enjoyable after all these years. This is how i found ur amazing project but unfortunatly i missed its early times of release and now i cant even find the Download link. I checked the I-Net for 2 days now only found a download which doesnt contains the required files (such like MGSO_Install.exe):

  2. Hello,
    after playing Oblivion i noticed how superior Morrowind still is in case of storyline and depth. So i decidet to watch out for mods to enhance the graphics etc to get it a bit up-to-date and to make it more enjoyable after all these years. This is how i found ur amazing project but unfortunatly i missed its early times of release and now i cant even find the Download link. I checked the I-Net for 2 days now only found a download which doesnt contains the required files (such like MGSO_Install.exe): Its actually frustrating since (tbh) i would like to have it so bad 🙂

    (i own the german Goty edition)

    May u could help me out with a DL Link pls?

    kind regards

    Selenioz

    (im sorry if i sent it twice, i guess i accidently hit the “Submit” button before)

  3. Спасибо за хороший сайт

  4. Ciao,

    nulla di che, sto seguendo il tuo progetto da mesi e volevo solo farti i miei complimenti per l’impegno profuso.
    Continua così!

    Un saluto,
    Andrea.

  5. Question: why not include the install guide in the download package? Seems kind of stupid that there’s a readme to tell you where to get the install guide, instead of just putting the guide on the readme. Even if it’s out of date it’s better than nothing. Google docs doesn’t work in my country (thumbs down for using google docs btw, there’s a reason everyone uses notepad and wordpad) and your supposed link for the pdf is non-existent. Maybe you should put a little more thought into this.

    • Since you’re getting this great mod for free, do you really think you’re in a position to criticise his methods?

      • All mods are free and are made by volunteers. And this one is a lot of work certainly. I have a huge respect for the people who created all the bits and pieces of it and compiled it together. I’ve been using mods for various games since the release of NWN1 (and also creating them as well). One thing always annoyed me: many mods that looked great on the website, lack any description whatsoever when you unpack the files. It’s just a bit annoying when the mod name clearly tells you what the mod does, but if it’s just an abbreviation of something (like MGSO20 will not really ring any bells next month when I purge my downloads folder), it’s not much of a help and rather frustrating. Back in the day, lack of clear installation manual and mod description in the downloaded file meant deleting the mod straight away. It’s just basic stuff. Writing a Read Me telling a player what is the name of the mod, what it does, how to install it and giving credits where these are due is not something optional, really. Otherwise people just end up downloading huge amounts of various files and half of these files will be completely useless.

        This being said, I would like to try Morrowind again, so downloading one huge file. I hope it either contains some documentation or at least is straight forward in handling. From the screen shots and videos it looks really impressive.

  6. I have tried a lot of mmo games that i like but none of them have no in game purchases that you might have to make. Does anyone know of a few. Two or three would be good.

    Thanks!

  7. Hey,
    I would very much like to contact you guys, but I don’t have twitter(and won’t get it). Can i contact you any other way? An email address would be great! You can of course contact me over my email address.

  8. Is there a link for an installation guide?

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