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Discussion in 'The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind' started by Kameleon, Dec 1, 2002.
Nice looking site for alchemists : http://morrowind.melian.cc/
Here is a nice little site I like for a map. You people who are having trouble downloading that map you were talking about can go here. You can zoom in and out, but the thing I like about it the most is that all you have to do is type in the name or even part of the name of the place you want to go into the search bar and it will pop up on the map. http://www.rpgplanet.com/morrowind/travelguide/maphigh/morrowindmap.htm
Ok I couldnt get the unofficial morrowind site to open up, it always came up as 'error loading page' and its a little annoying because there are some quests im looking for the solutions to and people refer me to that site... argh.
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YES!!! thank you arno!!!! booyah... i havent played the game for days bcause of that dead end...
YES!!! thank you arno!!!! booyah... i havent played the game for days bcause of that dead end... and theres the answer right ther!
check out The Imperial Library for all TES Lore! (formerly Xanathar's Library)
can you fix the links some of dem dont not work
Here is a canopy which serves as a hub for various major mod creators:
Morrowind Forum Ring
A very very nice alchemy site: go to mwsummit and search for the mods of Patrik Roos. You can search for an effect you want and his site will first display all the combinations to get that effect, and then combinations for multi-effect potions with your desired effect in it.
Here is an excellent directory page for Morrowind links and resources:
Darliandors Alchemy Lab
An excellent site about everything alchemy
Here is a link to mine and Dath Potato's website which will talk extensivly about morrowind. http://12.freebb.com/index.php?freebb=gamecribforums
For anyone who needs information on Tribunal's miscellaneous quests, this is a decent guide: http://www.uesp.net/morrow/tribunal/quest/trb_misc.shtml
Complete Morrowind walkthrough at Game Banshee:
An updated link for "The Unofficial Elder Scrolls Guide." *Very* Comprehensive.
And here is a link to the site's page on finding artifacts:
And, a very nice interactive map you can download: It seems to have every obscure tomb, ruin and cave marked upon it, and a whole lot more. All you have to do is select the desired location from a scrolldown menu, and "go." The map also allows you to zoom out, zoom in, and you can to have it show all three in-game fast travel options.
You need never be lost again
Another extremely comprehensive guide with walkthroughs: The Beginner's Guide to Morrowind - http://izhtex.com/tes3/
Here's a site that has nothing but links for Morrowind. I think it's an old silte, there are a few dead ones. Don't know if anyone here has posted this one yet, if so sorry for being redundant.
A different kind of walkthrough
I'm a writer, so my walkthrough is more about being a good read than a comprehensive guide.
Arvil Bren's Journal
There seems to be another page for UESP. They sitll have the wiki page that does shut down somtimes but they do have a work around to get there.
The tesmods site is down for good
The link to the story above explains it all
While some mod sites have closed down, others still exist, and some new ones have been added to the lot.
Morrowind Summit is now PlanetElderScrolls. Awful name, but it has an excellent collection of mods which are checked for viruses, support screenshots, and include both player ratings, and editorial comments about missing readmes, GMSTs, etc.
TESSource is still going strong. The "membership required to download" feature has been disabled for now. Again, support for screens, but no virus checks. Anybody can put anything up--and will. Caveat emptor.
Elric's site has quietly become one of the three big central download spots for Morrowind mods over the last year. No screens and tiny print, but there's space for a modder's home page, votes, and detail. There are some files here you can't find elsewhere--like Kahleigh's excellent splash screens.
Among link sites, Morrowind Mythic Mods remains one of the best, possibly the best. It has an excellent structure that includes subsections for realism mods, themed mods, and how to use mods. Another excellent site is Telesphoros' list, a selection of links to some of the finest mods in a variety of areas, with good descriptions. Both of these lists are updated regularly.