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Thread: Played Morrowind? Share your stories
TitaniumAlloy
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posted August 24, 2004 11:12 AM
Edited By: TitaniumAlloy on 31 Aug 2004

Played Morrowind? Share your stories

Please state a brief round off of your character and tell us a story!

Heres mine:
Kilmo
Lvl 20
Orc Barbarian
Enchanted Adamantine axe w/paralyze, Heavy armour, Lords Mail. Ebony shield. AR 126.


Ok...
Kilmo was walking out in his new armour from the big City of Vivec, thinking of when he can fit in the time to kill the God Vivec, when he stumbled apon a big house.
"Ooh, shiny ones must be in there..." he grunted, feeling greedy. And itchy on his backside, but that hasnt got too much to do with anything. He trudged over, breathing heavily. The mansion had a large oak door. With one big puch, the whole building shivered, dust fell down from the supporting arch and the door fell down off its steel hinges.
"The door was OPEN, mister break everything!" Yelled another orc, clad in yellow Bonemold armor.
"Who speaking?" Kilmo demanded of the slightly beefcake looking orc. He flinched but did not move. There was another orc standing in the corner. He stepped forward.
"The question, friend, is who are YOU, to be bustin in on my masters house?" He asked suspiciously. It seems these orcs were not much more intelligent that Kilmo was.
"SHUT UP! I be Kilmo. Who you?"
"I am Jazabar gro Buznak. Knight. This is Grishnakh al Dorbanger. We are nites. No, i mean knights. No one enters this door. You be leavng now." Kilmo thought that all shinies must be locked away behind the door. He wasnt really listening to what they were saying, rather admiring his own good looks in one of his numerous robes. He walked over to the locked door, and rammed it with his shoulder. Didnt bulge. Pulling the handle out was unsuccessful aswell, it was bolted down tight.
"I SAID NO ONE ENTERS THE ROOM, RECREANT THUG! NOW YOU DIE!" proclaimed Grishnakh, drawing his sword. Kilmo sighed, as the other knight did the same. More killings to be done. Oh well. He pulled out his axe, still as shiny as ever. With one swipe, he had deflected the blow of the first knight. He then cut up and sliced the other in two.
"Sweet Neverarine... i never wanted to be here anyway!" muttered Jazabar, as he wet his pants. Just as he pulled up his sword, it was too late. It all went dark.

"Why do they always be having to fight?" Kilmo wondered. He reached into Jazabars pocket and took out the iron ring of keys. Finding the correct key, he unlocked the door, and went downstairs.
"Grishnakh, why are you down here?! Get back-... you're not grishnakh! Die, fool!" a wrinkled old dunmer rogue proclaimed, drawing a dagger from his belt. A young dunmer lady with a nice face came out from behind the wall. Sensing the danger, she too became hostile. She summoned an ugly dead man from the ground. He rose, and now Kilmo had three psychotics on him. Good thing he had is axe still out, freshly bloody. It wasnt long before he made short work of all three of them. Bloodlust was still pulsing through Kilmo's veins, and he wasnt satisfied. To release the rage, he screamed. He stepped over the corpses, kicking the dagger away from the bleeding hand of the thief. It was rusty and not valuable, hardy suiting the rich outfit the elf was wearing. Searching the pockets, all he found was white powder. He had seen this before. Sugar, Dro Z'hirr had called it. MOON sugar. Nasty stuff. Make Kilmo dumber still, if that were possible. Drugs.

Soon enough kilmo had searched the whole room. Nothing but cursed moon sugar, and dozens of flasks full of a pungent liquid which smelled the same as Moon sugar, only stronger. Same stuff, kilmo suspected. Doesnt take a genius to work that out. Exhausted, frustrated, and let down, Kilmo wasnt having a good day. No shinies at all. It was halfway through a thought about Hunting guars that he decided to drink some Skooma.

He took a swig and his brain went numb. Then his hand went limp, and he dropped the axe on the ground. He couldnt see the other wall, only swirling colours. He got up to start walking, not knowing why. As soon as he had started he had hit the wall with astonishing speed. This stuff was good!
"Bleh." Kilmo announced, and skulled the whole bottle. Now he could barely stand up. Good. Want more.

Five minutes later, kilmo was collapsed on the floor with empty bottles of skooma all around, and he was trying in vain to lick the remains of the moon sugar off the floor where he spilled some while scoffing it. There was nothing of the sort left anywhere in the house, though there was record proportions when he entered.  He got up with amazing ease. He could walk faster than anyone could fly. This was great!
"Blug." Kilmo announced. He looked in his pack to find more, not know any possible reason why there would be, and he found a spell scroll. Bad one, makes you jump high, but land and die. Even kilmo knew this. But this wasnt kilmo anymore. It was some doped up body with no brains to speak of. So he cast the spell. Fortify Acrobatics x1000.... niiiice...

He cast all three scrolls. thats 40x3000... thats 12000 pts. Wow. He sprinted outside, breaking the land speed records and took a bound. Soon vivec was a small canton beneath him, and he could see almost to Gnisis! He was flying like tasty birdie! He threw everything in hope of slowing his inevitable fall, but no... soon Vivec became larger, and more visible, and a strange sense of G-Force was shooting through Kilmo. This was almost as good as killing!

"Its a bird! Its a hot air balloon! No, its a doped up crazy man!!!!" Screamed the noble citizens of Vivec, as his body came tumbling down onto a roof.

And thats the story of the flying, crazy, stupid, high, skooma riddled dead falling man. He is now worshipped as the Deity of Drugs and Alcohol.


now write your stories, dont have to be as lengthy as mine, or even in story format, just write them how you please!

happy hunting

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lt_hunter
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posted September 04, 2004 09:17 PM

Morrowind sucks !
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TitaniumAlloy
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posted September 07, 2004 10:22 AM

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Morrowind sucks !


Yeah? You know what? YOU SUCK!

nah im just kidding. its not as good as like Might and Magic and all that, so youre entitled to your opinion. but you dont need to go around bashing it like that.
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vesuvius
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posted September 07, 2004 10:37 AM

Morrowind was one of my favorite games of all time.  I replayed the game 3 times (only finished it once though).  With a souped up computer, the visuals kept me in another world.  I would sometimes sit near the western shore watching the water, and sunset.  It would almost act like a screensaver.

I kind of lost interest after the 2nd expansion pack though, didnt finish it.

I prefer sigle player fantasy RPG's like Morrowing instead of the massively multiplayer types.
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TitaniumAlloy
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posted September 07, 2004 12:26 PM

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Morrowind was one of my favorite games of all time.  I replayed the game 3 times (only finished it once though).  With a souped up computer, the visuals kept me in another world.  I would sometimes sit near the western shore watching the water, and sunset.  It would almost act like a screensaver.

I kind of lost interest after the 2nd expansion pack though, didnt finish it.

I prefer sigle player fantasy RPG's like Morrowing instead of the massively multiplayer types.


yeah, i agree. i havent beaten the game yet, but ive got GOTY so it comes with 2 exansions.

No ones really reading this thread, are they. dont blame 'em
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DonGio
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posted September 07, 2004 03:40 PM

Although I agree with Ves that 1st person single player RPG's is more fun, I found the the ending quite disappointing. And though people talk about the scope and vastness of this game, I found it small compared to it's prequel, Daggerfall, which was truly gigantic.

I never completed Daggerfall, but I don't care, because for me, at least, this game wasn't about winning or completing the mission. It was so expansive and vast that just exploring the different countries and people were a blast. I would spend hours just breaking into shops at night, only to sell back the stolen merchandise to the victims the next day.

I'll come back with a better recount later.
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lt_hunter
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posted September 09, 2004 05:26 PM

Sorry, but never played Morrowind, actually.. That was just a harsh opinion that most of mu friends that tried the game shared me. You said yourself that Neverwinter Nights sucks and I have to disagree wiuth you. It is by far more better than Morrowind from what i`ve heard.

true I might have to test the game myself, when I have the time, of course...

And Vesuvius, yeah I prefer single player RPGs too, not cause I am not a fan of online experience, it`s just that I don`t have internet connection at home
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Lord_Woock
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posted September 09, 2004 06:26 PM

Well, lt...

Morrowind at least has a proper plot.

Neverwinter Nights has the coolestest multiplayer mode though and that alone deserves recognition.
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lt_hunter
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posted September 10, 2004 11:16 AM

A proper plot??? Hmm, why don`t you like that stuff at neverwinter
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TitaniumAlloy
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posted September 11, 2004 08:35 AM

of course its up to you but i have both NWN and morrowind, and i personally like MW better... according to Woock that may very well be because i never got multiplayer working on NWN, because i got rid of it quick coz it was boring
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posted October 03, 2005 05:30 AM
Edited By: Consis on 2 Oct 2005

Whoa Nelly . . .

Quote:
Morrowind was one of my favorite games of all time. I replayed the game 3 times. (only finished it once though) With a suped-up computer, the visuals kept me in another world.

Vesuvius, if you liked it that much then you must truly be in love with this new ~World of Warcraft~. This new game is a hundred times the experience of Morrowind.

It's really a serious problem too, if you ask me. It is so inescapably intoxicating and addicting that there is a very real risk of having a player's real life suffer greatly from such an intense obsession. And the first thing you should realize is that you're not alone.

What does it all mean? I'm no psychologist; haven't got a clue.
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posted October 03, 2005 06:39 AM

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of course its up to you but i have both NWN and morrowind, and i personally like MW better... according to Woock that may very well be because i never got multiplayer working on NWN, because i got rid of it quick coz it was boring


I share your pain lol... my NWN came with a screwed up cd key that says "YOU ARE BANNED" whenever i try to log onto multiplayer.

Morrowind on the otherhand, is an incredible gaming experience, it mind boggling how huge the world is and i havn't even completed the game once since i got it a year ago, but as far as i'm concerned, im happy just to trod around Vvardenfell and Solsteim admiring the landscape.
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posted October 05, 2005 07:54 AM

Game of the Year Edition

I played the Morrowind game and if anyone was to "completely" finish that game I would have to give them kudos.  I've only been able to kill Dagoth Ur and that's about it.  Due to the fact that this game freezes after about the 50th-90th hour of gameplay on the X-Box I ended up buying it on the computer...  Only to find that my computer is the worst thing ever because it is created by emachines.  As for the Game of the Year Edition my favorite part was becoming a werewolf due to the Bloodmoon expansion in the game.  Having to feast on blood every night was quite awesome, especially when you owned a manor where guards would always spawn.  The best skills I had (and that I think really matter in the game are) long sword, heavy armor, destruction magic, marksman, and speechcraft.  I'm not so sure about the last one because I haven't played it for about two years.  On another subject I can't wait till Morrowind: Oblivion comes out because that game's graphics are simply unbelievable


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posted October 05, 2005 08:02 AM

lol now i feel kinda nostalgic... The werewolf quests are indeed awesome, but also the most difficult in the game as far as im concerned... afterall, if your Sneak somehow gets disrupted and you end up having to fight  like 5 Skaal warriors armed with silver weaponry, then it's game over
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IrishTitan
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posted October 06, 2005 02:27 AM

Werewolves, Vampires and Dagoth Ur OH MY!

Speaking of werewolves did anyone get to see what becoming a vampire and putting on the Hircine's Ring (one that would transform you into a werewolf)?  You would think you'd get a great character... but no you don't actually!  There is one gruesome bug associated with this.  You will have a sideways vampire head and a werewolf body. Not too cool. And Iím not sure, but I donít think your ability scores will stack properly either (although thatís less of an issue than your foolish appearance). Granted, there is a mod out there to fix it, but this combo will not help you at all.
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Lord_Woock
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posted October 10, 2005 11:20 PM

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Morrowind on the otherhand, is an incredible gaming experience, it mind boggling how huge the world is
Well, if you compare it to the previous part in the series - Daggerfall - then suddenly the game world isn't so huge at all. The problem is, Daggerfall doesn't offer such pretty views and cities are easy to get lost to since the buildings are almost identical
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posted October 11, 2005 07:14 PM

The only reason I dont like morrowind is when your around 50% complete, talking to people displays sometimes 40 questions to ask, all of which has no new awnser too.

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ConanAmra
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posted October 18, 2005 03:24 PM

Morrowind is,and will be for ever one from my best games that I ever played,the story is very good and all the world around is so large,and all other quests too.

Ive had killed Dagoth-Ur and also completed BloodMoon,
its really cool.

Ive explored all map from BloodMoon ,every step,and from Morrowind maybe 5 percents from map arent explored,I have been in every dungeon there that exists and Ive completed all quests for all factions except Thieves guild and other great Houses because you can pick only one.

Ive completed all quests for House of Hlaalu,Fighters Guild,Magic guild,Morag Tong,Imerial cult,Imperial guard and so and so,I just can remember them all now,but there are around 13 i have finished ,except the thieves guild.

From all quests that are on Morrowind and from all people i have done 95 percent i can say.

Excellent game ,100 percent I would say to it.

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posted October 27, 2005 10:01 AM
Edited By: this_other_guy on 27 Oct 2005

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On another subject I can't wait till Morrowind: Oblivion comes out because that game's graphics are simply unbelievable



lol you are right... just checked out a few screenshots back then... without hyperbole, it has the best graphics i've ever seen.


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ConanAmra
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posted November 03, 2005 02:48 PM

MAn ,thats unbelievable
I think i need to reeconstruct my computer so I can play such wonder like this

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