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additional races (kothringi, reachmen with those awesome tattoos...), additional materials (mithril, adamantium...), additional culture based armores and clothings and finally the option to wear a lot more stuff than now, just look at daggerfall...
macole: Nice story and nice screenshots to go with it.
Baa has been working on her sword skill some more, and today she had another one of those unusual occurrences that she seems to collect. Walking north on the road from Bravil she came across a regular glass armored bandit armed with an ax. No big deal, or so she thought. They fought for a while and then the bandit knocked Baa’s rusty iron sword away. Well that’s no big deal either, so she just equipped another one, but it too went flying on the very next hit. Enough of that, Baa thought, and sent the bandit flying with her big fireball spell.
Then she looked for her dropped weapons, but they were nowhere to be found. She turned off collision and went down through the ground mesh for a look and, sure enough, there they were. That must have been some special bandit.
Later on, in Arrowshaft Cave, Baa finally reached 100 on her blade skill and is now a Master of Blade. Once she figured out how to efficiently pick certain enemies to fight, things moved along quickly. She now has 17 Master skills. She and Mooch can now go back to their regular game.
Bethesda has specifically said they have no interest in a remaster/remake of Morrowind.
Besides, basically everything you're asking for can be done with mods on PC right now. ;)
Threads like this are entirely pointless. As long as Zenimax are still making money from TESO they are not going to invest in the development of Elder Scrolls VI, no matter how much you or I might want them to.
Zenimax aren't doing TES:VI
They cannot be soultrapped without circumventing the edicts of Arkay, by using a black soulgem. They are not Goblins.
That is a good solid point. And as previously stated how there is a mission in Skyrim to collect elven blood and Orcs are listed.
I am not seeing to resemblance between Orcs, Ogres and Goblins. I can see it in the Warhammer fantasy realm as expected as that is their lore. TES body shape and feature however follow the TES lore from my observation. Orcs and goblin share a similarity in skin colour which is probably down to a connection through Malacath, but body shape and proportions etc is totally different. Orcs look the same as other mer. Just a bit uglier. We also see that goblins evolved to be different in colour depending on climate and terrain. Ogres are a different colour altogther. Ogre, Orsimer and Goblins in the TES universe, I would say are three totally different species. Only they may be linked through Malacath. I would think that Reikling are of the same species as goblin. The same way we know that the Falmer, Orsimer and Dunmer are of the same species as the Elves we see in the south - Altmer, Bosmer / Khajiit and Maormer.
Going back to the point of Orcs living in Morrowind. Then I think Cheydinhall in Oblivion is a good indication of Orcs living within Dunmer influenced areas. I can't see Dunmer looking down on Orcs any more than other races. If anything they recognise them a bit better as fellow mer. Dunmer and Orsimer don't have a massive history of warring one another like the Dunmer may have with other races.
Another consideration is why the Imperial legion sent Orsimer legionaries to Morrowind. We did not see Orsimer legionaries in Cyrodiil. Maybe there was a tactical or a political reason why Orsimer legionaries were housed on Vvardenfell. Is it because other areas would not accept them so readily I wonder? Is it because Dunmer do not hold the same prejudices as say the human nations of Bretons, Nords, Redguards and Cyrodiils or the Aldmeri areas heavily influenced by Altmer?
The treasure plundered, what avails the tomb?
No gold within its' barren womb!
Be thou a thief, a graveyard rat,
Thy bag be full where a casket sat.
The sun is set, where now prowl thou?
Thy theft was done, tomb empty now
Thy path of crime thy fate doth trace
But will thy Fate end in disgrace?
Chapter 34 Summary - the airship wreckage, now known as Faustus' Folly after the now deceased corporate criminal Faustus Aurelius who attempted to use it as a getaway airship, has now become a staging point for the upcoming treetop salvage operation in the Black Marsh rain forest. There are three parties which have contracted together to salvage the Folly and its contents. Their interests are divided into each party's area of expertise and interest: Midas Truncator looking for a Patron with political connections has backed an Imperial playboy and adventuring gadfly named Clodius Pulcher in a scheme to retrieve a cargo of crates which Clodius claims to have come from the Imperial Mint; the enigmatic Tojay Khajiit known as Mister Ak'hannar, a Renrijra-Krin crime lord, has made a claim on all East Empire and other papers taken by Faustus Aurelius in his escape attempt; and the Pirate Officers and crew of the Pirate Ship "The Red Rooster" have made claim on the remainder of the Folly and its contents.
The three parties have cemented their relationship in a solemn contract sealed with Blood Red Pirate's Bumbo Rum back in Senchal. But now they are in the Black Marsh and the boundaries between their interests can be ill defined under the various circumstance which may arise. Reader hang on! For conflicting interests are a certainty which makes holding each member to the Bumbo's contractual terms as firm and solid as holding a greased pig in a Village fair.
Notice to STEAM and Bethesda Readers - sadly as the chapters grow longer with the suspense and action the limitations of the Discussions formats no longer support some of the chapters with extended narratives. Unfortunately CHAPTER 34 – "The Death of a Wreckage Raider" falls in this category but is posted on Great House Fliggerty at their current temporary website on the [url]tesshare.modhistory.com[/url] on their Forum, Active Topics board under user name Phobos_Jugular along with the collection of all of the published chapters to date. It is also posted on the Dragonborne site at [url]http://dragonborne.proboards.com/[/url] along with my other Morrowind novel "Dancing Claws and Double Dealing" and my Fallout:New Vegas novel "Old Roads".
Also note that Dragonborne has added a FanFic Poetry Site "BARDS AND BRAGGARTS" and two additional authors, SkirtWithAWeapon who has attracted a following at the Bethesda Site with her Fallout 4 FanFics, and Mickey McGuire with an action FanFic titled "Insomniac Hazard 74". Look for them now on Dragonborne.
* Poem paraphrased from "The Relic Taken, What Avails the Shrine?" by Robert Louis Stevenson