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I believe this problem happened before were my nights were completely pitch black, I think I remember changing something in the settings to fix it... How do I fix this weird night problem this is what it looks like the top is more clear of a normal skyrim sky but the bottom or view is like pitch black and when I walk land and objects start appearing, note the ground is also very light heres what it looks like
Let me state before anyone feels the need to tell me 100 reasons why this will never happen. I understand that it is highly unlikely but would I like to believe that with Bethesda "All Things Could Be Possible" if we only ask or make suggestions. I love buying & playing new great games, but I hate seeing older great games die off when new ones get released. I mean I have quite the collection on games on my Steam account with a little over 500 games & around 200+ on XBox 360/One digitally. It is such a shame to throw all that money away just because its an older game. I support both paid & free mods from both players & Bethesda meaning I am just as willing to pay for Creation Club content for a game as I am to use free mods from players. No hate here, its all good! So with all this in mind please lets try to make this thread a non hate or flame thread as I know so many feel the need to put in their 2 cents a lot of which is not always positive.
Oblivion Creation Club & Mods,
Because it would just be awesome like that! I could get back into making my custom mods to share with not only the computer based community but also the console one as well. While I do not make anything great, wonderful, or awesome it would still be pretty cool & to top it off I would be able to use them on console as well as on steam which would make me pretty happy. Oblivion is really old, but its still an awesome game even after the release of Skyrim which is also great. I would so love to see CC added along with some free mods to which will not break or disable the achievements system. It would just be so awesome.
Bethesda I am placing a lot of hope, faith, and down right begging you to take this under consideration. I know that a lot have lost faith in your ability to make the fan base happy & provide us with some new content or at least some new possibilities that will not only make us happy but maybe even cause some new players to emerge buying your older but still awesome games. Nothing is impossible unless you just give up or stop trying. Come on I believe in you! The question here now is, "Can one person really make a difference?" I guess only time will tell... Don't know if something is possible unless you try or ask.
I too have this issue now. I ran it fine for the first time, but any other time I wanted to start it again, it creates the "Morrowind appears to be currently running", even after restarting my system and creating an exception in my AV program.
Admin mode has no effect on this behavior either.
As a final note, I am running windows 10, should that matter.
I've heard you express this before.
It's not that I disagree completely, but I do like when they give you choice in these kinds of games.
If there were a way you could account for your characters choices in future installments, I remember kotor ii had a clumsy but halfway effective way of doing it through in game conversations, I still find it ideal.
I still however hope the Dragonborn becomes skyrim's monarch though. After all the prophecy behind the Dragonborn's character, the fact it is fullfilled, and whatever choices were made during Skyrim's civil war, whether a victory for the Empire or Stormcloaks, or the peace treaty, it only makes sense to me the Dragonborn should be High King/Queen given they saved the mortal realm from annihilation whilst fullfiling nord prophecy.
The issue with the idea though, the Nords would never accept a High King that isn't a Nord, regardless of whether they are Dragonborn.
They'd never accept an Imperial, certainly wouldn't accept an Altmer and I couldn't see them accepting a Dunmer, Khajit, Argonian or Bosmer either.
Redguards are unlikely too, simply through being outsiders.
The only way for the Dragonborn to be High King would be if they'd been a Nord.
Many more, depending on who you're talking about. The original Aldmeri pantheon originally worshiped many ancestoral spirits, before they consolidated into everything into "our greater ancestors", mainly being the a version of the Divines we know of, and the Redguards have a god for just about everything. We're not likely to know about any of them beyond some from the Aldmeri pantheon, if only because their comparatively minor compared to the greater divines that we know thus far.