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Discussion in 'Fallout 4' started by SarcasticGoodGuy, Sep 20, 2016.
Dragon inspired? Hmm?
There is a lot of dragon aesthetic for their waterworks though visually, they seemed to be inspired by a mix of ancient Roman and Asian appearances (I think it was Japanese last time I checked). Been a while since I was reading about Morrowind, mind you.
Oh I see, yeah I though you were talking about some other IP.
I do like their architecture though, it's nice, unique and idyllic.
I think this is where I got the dragon aesthetic thing:
This sounds way cooler and far more interesting than what we got in Oblivion.
Wow that is cool, though personally I dislike Akavir. Morrowind for me.
You know what's annoying? The Empire's change in Oblivion and Skyrim.
If you do, my recommendation would be to avoid MGSO, specifically it is a selection of one preference, but like all Elder Scrolls games, it is better to customize to your liking. It's also good to know what the base game has in it. For the longest time I used a mod to 'fix' the combat system because I didn't like how Bethesda set it up. I got to a point where I felt that the enemies were overpowered, it was because that mod broke the core function of the game. I recommend leaving the combat as is. It's frustrating when you start, but oh so rewarding mid to end game. My favorite games of all time are Morrowind, Fallout 2 and New Vegas if that says anything, and I'll be playing Morrowind again very soon I definitely have over 1000 hours in it and most of that is from the last few years
Look up morrowind screenshots. The game has wonderfully varied art style. Depending on where you are in the game people's clothes, architecture, demeanor, and even the land around you can be vastly different.
And yes oblivion is dreadfully boring if you're not in a city.
Thanks for the tip. f I mod anything itll be graphics and bug fixes only. Ill get to know the actual game before I fuck around with it.
And nothing is procedurally generated which is very nice imo, every npc has a name and it doesn't level with you so you will get owned if you are too weak or in the wrong spot, you can even fail every quest.
That's Why I despise 1&2. Not a big fan of procedurally generated content. I really like 3&4 though. That's about it. Skyrim was meh.
1, 2, 3, 4?
Arena and Daggerfall, I guess?
I love how derailed every thread gets here. Lmao
Not sure what you're asking...
To clear it up I did Not enjoy arena or daggerfall.
I did like morrowind (my personal favorite) and oblivion was basically saved by great quest design and it's cities.
Skyrim was fun and all but it ultimately removed everything in liked about oblivion (and oblivion had already removed most of what I liked about morrowind) and thus Skyrim is just meh.
So I was half-right and missing some answers. Duly noted.
Say do we have an actual Morrowind thread around here? IIRC we have an Elder Scrolls thread that devolved into debating whether Morrowind was a great game or overrated at one point.
I'm often the one to intitiate the derailing in the threads I post in. But I can't Take all the credit a good derailing requires teamwork. I'm proud you guys. Lets do another.
Let's start one.