Welcome to, a subreddit dedicated to Bethesda's 2002 dated open world RPG, the third installment in the The Elder Scrolls series. Modding GuidesGetting started with modding can be a daunting prospect for new players. Below you'll find some great options to help you through it. These will walk you through beautifying Morrowind with modern graphics, all while still retaining the original games charm.Installation of the game and the essential mods.
Just replace Morrowind Patch Project with contemporary Patch for Purists.Discord ServersHere are the links to Discord servers of the fellow communities and projects.Mod Sites.Related Subreddits.If your submission contains any spoilers, please consider tagging it with SPOILERS or POSSIBLE SPOILERS in the title, for those users who haven't played a million times.To display spoilers in comments: Use Crassius Curio is fabulous(/spoiler) to showPlease refer to the guide on before commenting and posting. I personally suggest that, if you have never completed the MQ, that you go through it by yourself first.
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After finishing it, start over again and do it with Julan. In that way, you can see what content gets added to the game with Julan (which is a lot, in my opinion) and also because Julan's personal quest is intricately tied to the MQ. It's up to you, though, how you decide to approach it.If you ever need help with the mod, let me know! I've played with it quite a few times already, haha. Yes, I kind of do want to do it alone first - stay true to the vanilla game and experience how it was meant to be played, you know?But my main problem is I'm a big roleplayer. The character I have right now is PERFECT for doing the MQ (roleplaying an Ashlander). The thing is I've already become friends with Julan.If I understand correctly, I can't progress in the MQ without Julan if I use him, right?
Or can I leave him behind and do the MQ and then rehire him afterwards?Which means I'll have to create a new character for the MQ since I can't use this one, which, if I'm honest, sounds like a lot of work right now:P. If I understand correctly, I can't progress in the MQ without Julan if I use him, right? Or can I leave him behind and do the MQ and then rehire him afterwards?And you are correct with this. If you've already befriended Julan and done his initial quests, there's a point in the MQ where you can't go no further unless you've done all the required Julan quests. I don't wanna spoil you, so I won't tell you when it happens but you definitely can't go further.The other solution I can think of is disabling Julan's mod, and then going through the main quest. Although, if you are roleplaying and friends with Julan, I don't think that will sit well with your character.
Graphics - Morrowind Watercolored/Connary Retextures/Arkitektora of Vvardenfell - 3 awesome texture packs with very different style.Music/Sounds - Morrowind Acoustic Overhaul - Ultimate enhancement of very simplistic morrowind sound system. Quite lore friendly and immersive.Monsters - CreaturesXI - Shitton of lore friendly creatures to fight.Landmasses - Well, we have only one winner here at the moment - Tamriel Rebuilt. Honorable Mention to Melhior Dahrk's Lyithondea.Dialogue - LGNPC Hands down. Amount of work put in there is freaking impressive.Quest's - Rise of House Telvanni + Urivith's Legacy + Building up Urivith's Grave - Combo for Telvanni player and awesome quest chain with one of the best houses for Morrowind ever.Companion - Julan the Ashalnder Companion of course. Another honorable mention to Into the Void Alpha because it's even better than Julan but sadly unfinished and quite buggy.Rebalance - BTB Game Improvement's are still the best after all those years.
It makes the game much harder, more more rewarding and much more fun.Immersion - Dreamers Expanded - Greatly expands diversity of Sixth House members with many new types of dreamers and new corpus monsters. If you think that House Dagoth bases were creepy, you should really install this mod and check again.Expansions - I have few mods here - Sotha Sil Expansion, Darknut's Greater Dwemer Ruins and Tomb of The Snow Prince. First two changes end game dungeons of Morrowind and Tribunal, where last one overhauls whole island of Solstheim.Overhaul - Rebirth is the only real winner here. Some people might not like he's balance changes but for me mod feels like Morrowind:Remastered.
Almost everything is alerted in some way or another. From complete rebelance of the game, new dungeons, quest's and few dozen new items to find to fixing and fleshing out most of the landscape. Absolute must have to someone who is a bit tired of vanilla and want some refresh.I didn't mention MGE XE, MCP and Morrowind Patch Project because let's be honest.
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More than 90% of players uses it because they are just crucial to play this game today. Reworks the levelling process in a way that I find much more natural. No more grinding out unrelated skills just to get +5 attributes at level up, GCD raises attributes automatically based on skills you use in game. You don't even need to sleep!It also allows skills/attributes to rise higher than 100, and has magica regen based on things like willpower and a few other things.makes the unarmoured skill viable by giving the player a sanctuary buff that scales depending on how high the unarmoured skill is and what armour the player has on. Openmw, if that counts. It is so useful and great to use.For cities, I would have to say the Epic mods (Epic Balmora, etc). They add a whole other dimension to cities and really make them feel like big places.For dialogue and NPCs, obviously LGNPC and it's sister mods (less generic nerevarine, etc).
Really makes the world feel alive and entertaining.For player homes, absolutely Uvirith's Legacy. I've played through it's quests so many times and it is probably my favorite mod. The house looks fantastic as well.For general quest expansion, Rise of House Telvanni. Fantastic and amazing, I loved every minute, and the choice was great.For texture replacers, I have quite a few.First, mikeandike's dwemer retexture.
It changes the feeling of the dwemer ruins and is high quality and detailed. It also doesn't spoil the metallic feeling of the original dwemer ruins.Tyddy's Arkitektora wins the prize for me for amazing architecture texture replacers. They all mesh very well with landscapes, and I'm in love with his Telvanni retexture.Lougian's landscape retexture is a really great redux of the soil, much, hills, and grasses of vvardenfell.AnOldFriend's miscellaneous retextures for smaller things are great as well.