Morrowind Modding Showcases – Suran Town Expansions & Overhauls

Today for Morrowind Modding Showcases, we have a special episode taking a look at all of the overhaul and expansion mods for the city of Suran, the jewel of the Ascadian Isles and the second largest Hlaalu settlement on Vvardenfell. We’ll be taking a look at a dozen different overhauls and expansions in today’s episode that spans from minor lore-friendly additions to massive overhauls and expansions that completely transform this once sleepy city. And we’ll be comparing them all side by side so you can hopefully find the ideal version of Suran for you. There’s all of this and more in today’s special episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases!

Order of Mods:

Charitable Morrowind – Suran By MikuMD
City of Balmora – City of Suran By Praedator & EnvyDeveloper
Docks of Suran By Vallylilly
Hlaalu Retexture – Suran Alterations By Lougian
More Detailed Places – Suran By Ragox and Zaldir
Morrowind Rebirth – Suran By Trancemaster_1988
New Suran By The Wanderer
New Suran Extended By Nicholiathan, The Wanderer, and Princess Stomper
Suran Extended By Princess Stomper
Suran Waterfront By Thondur
White Suran By Basswalker
White Suran 2 MD Edition By Melchior Dahrk and Basswalker

Oblivion Mod of the Month – January 2018

Today for the Oblivion Mod of the Month, we’re taking a look at some of the best mods of January 2018, including scenic overhauls and a surprising number of housing-related mods. January was a fairly quiet month for the Oblivion modding community, but there’s still some rather interesting mods in today’s lineup for you to check out!

Our mod of the month for January 2018 is The Imperial Real Estate By Lametrie,a fairly massive and vanilla-friendly housing mod that makes it possible to now purchase the homes of more than 37 NPCs after they’ve been killed or run-away or disappeared during the course of one questline or another, and these homes are located all across Cyrodiil, and they’ve had ownership properties removed and safe-containers added in. All of this makes The Imperial Real Estate a lore-friendly and extensive housing mod, and that also makes it our Mod of the Month for January 2018.

Second choice for mod of the month is Frostcrag Castle By Ray75228, a rather beautiful overhaul of the famed Frostcrag Spire along the mountainous border between Cyrodiil and Skyrim, turning this class wizard’s tower into a proper castle, complete with scenic gardens, waterfalls, and statues, and it’s really just an incredibly nice-looking exterior overhaul, though it only changes the outside of the tower, the interior has been left completely the same. Still, it’s a beautiful and scenic mod, and that makes it a worthwhile second pick for the mod of the month.

Finally, our third choice for the mod of the month is Imperial Palace Improvement By Marob307, and this is a bit of an immersion overhaul for the Imperial Palace, adding some much needed rooms, like a kitchen and throne room, as well as adding some 35 new NPCs, including other councilors outside of just High Councilor Ocato, who have regular schedules with council sessions and other bits of business to attend to. This mod really fleshes out the Imperial Palace a lot more and makes it a more bustling place, and for that it deserves our third pick for the mod of the month.

Morrowind Modding Showcases – Episode 69

This week for our 69th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases, we’re taking a look at another 13 randomly themed mods, including beautiful scenic new additions to the skies above Morrowind, strange futuristic time-traveling mods, new frozen landmasses, new quests and dungeons to explore, and new businesses that you can run and earn money from. There’s all of this and more in today’s 69th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases!

Episode 69 – Order of Mods and Download Links:

  1. Popular Mod of the Week – Meteorite Ministry By Zobator
  2. House Mod of the Week – Sadrith Mora Housepod – MW Rebirth Compatible By Ash Poet
  3. Gameplay Mod of the Week – MWSE 2.1 Enchantment Services By Svengineer99
  4. Dungeon Mod of the Week – Inner Depths 5 By John Kahler aka JMK
  5. Items Mod of the Week – Neb-Crescen — A Daedric Artifact Mod By PikachunoTM
  6. Quests Mod of the Week – The Two Lamps By DonnerGott
  7. Landmass Mod of the Week – Roscrea By Xebarro
  8. NPC Mod of the Week – Dagoth Valmyn Ash Zombie Companion By TheDrunkenMudcrab
  9. New Meshes and Textures Mod of the Week – Velothi Retexture By Lougian
  10. Modder’s Resource Mod of the Week – Bulk Containers By CandyGrl24
  11. Underrated Mod of the Week – Telvanni Teleporter By Hollaajith
  12. Blast from the Past Mod of the Week – A Grand Abode 3 – Fixed and Completed By MikeL and Redondepremiere
  13. Bonus Mod of the Week – Dagon Fel Windmill House By Pseron Wyrd

Oblivion Modding Showcases – Episode 8 Ayleid Mods

Today for Oblivion Modding Showcases, we have our 8th episode, featuring 10 Ayleid-themed mods, including numerous ancient and mysterious Ayleid ruins, new quests to go on, new gameplay elements to check out, and new Ayleid-style homes to call your own. There’s all of this and more in our 8th episode of Oblivion Modding Showcases!

Order of Mods and Download Links:

  1. Popular Mod of the Week – Ungarions Memoirs 1 The Welkynd Sword By MadCat221
  2. House Mod of the Week – Amen’thalas Well House By Khettienna
  3. Gameplay Mod of the Week – Ayleid Arcane Archery By Alek
  4. Dungeon Mod of the Week – The Well of Minlorada By Velorien
  5. Items Mod of the Week – Ayleidoon Karan By Jgreybear
  6. Quests Mod of the Week – The Ayleid Steps By Ervvin
  7. Landmass Mod of the Week – AranMathi – Ayleid Fortress and WorldSpace By EvenstarGW
  8. NPC Mod of the Week – Ayleid Companions Redone By DariusMoranda
  9. New Meshes and Textures Mod of the Week – CC’s Skyblivion Ayleid Ruins By ClearanceClarence
  10. Underrated Mod of the Week – Nagaia Molag By Craddok

Morrowind Mod of the Month – February 2018

Today for the Morrowind Mod of the Month, we’re taking a look at the best mods of February 2018. To say the least, February was a pretty competitive month, with multiple high-profile mod releases, and some 48 new mods in total, but only three, or as I should say four, mods can be showcased as part of our Mod of the Month, and this includes some impressive resources, excellent new replacers, and some atmospheric overhauls. There’s all of this and more in our 34th episode of the Morrowind Mod of the Month! And don’t forget to cast your votes for your favorite mods of March 2018!

Order of Mods and Download Links:

  1. The Mod of the Month – Morrowind Script Extender 2.0 By the MWSE Team and NullCascade
  2. Second Pick – The Key Mod By Zobator
  3. Third Pick – Bethamez Reborn By RubberMan
  4. Honorable Mention – R-Zero’s Throbbing Meat – A Corprus Meat Replacer By R-Zero

Cities of Cyrodiil – Oblivion Town Mods – Episode 10 – Sutch Mods

Video Series Description:
Cities of Cyrodiil is a new series that’ll look at about three different town mods for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion every month with a number of different looking cities and villages with a ton of different styles that’ll help populate the countryside. Oblivion has an absolute ton of town mods for it, considerably more than other games in the series like Morrowind, and part of that may be due to the under-populated nature of Cyrodiil in vanilla Oblivion, which when compared to Vvardenfell in Morrowind, is surprisingly sparse with few towns or villages in-between the major cities of the province. Hopefully with this new series you’ll find a ton of towns to help populate the Cyrodiil countryside so that it really feels like the capital province and not just some backwater.

In today’s episode, we’re taking a look at the three big Sutch mods in the community, each of which aims to add the planned, but for whatever reason forgotten city to the Imperial Province after Bethesda cut it out. Each of these three mods has a very different take on Sutch, and we’ll be looking at all of them side by side. Including the popular and incredibly scenic yet small ImpeREAL Empire Unique Cities – Sutch By SilentResident – Fallout301 – Knightspk2 – Mhahn123, the spread out and sort of newer Sutch Village By Arthmoor and Hanaisse, and the, comparatively underrated yet massive and beautiful Dragon Captions – County Sutch – Sutch City By the Dragon Captions Team and Biulding3015.

Download Links:
ImpeREAL Empire Unique Cities – Sutch By SilentResident – Fallout301 – Knightspk2 – Mhahn123
Sutch Unification Patch
Sutch Village By Arthmoor and Hanaisse
Dragon Captions – County Sutch – Sutch City By the Dragon Captions Team and Biulding3015
Requires CSRM
Optional Owl’s Cove 
Optional Completing a Nation

Morrowind Modding Showcases – Episode 68 Telvanni Mods

Today for Morrowind Modding Showcases, we have our 68th episode, this time around taking a look at 13 Telvanni-themed mods for your viewing pleasure. And really, there’s a lot of interesting mods in today’s lineup, including quite a few Telvanni town mods, some scenic homes, a Hogwarts-style Magic Academy, and even a giant flying Daedric sky temple for you to check out. There’s all of this, and much more, in today’s 68th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases!

Order of Mods and Download Links:

  1. Popular Mod of the Week – Sadrith Mora Academy of Magecraft By Princess Stomper
  2. House Mod of the Week – Telvanni Strider House By WulfShaman
  3. Gameplay Mod of the Week – VB’s Sadrith Mora By VrakeBrae
  4. Town Mod of the Week – Ultimate Vivec – Telvanni Canton By GottVivec & Boby
  5. Items Mod of the Week – Traveller’s Guide to Dining No. 3 By Debi Dalio
  6. Quests Mod of the Week – Orrutus Cavern By Nicholiathan
  7. Landmass Mod of the Week – Hawkfir Island By EvilFish
  8. NPC Mod of the Week – Dryads Revamped By Calislahn, Redwoodtreesprite and Spirited Treasure
  9. New Meshes and Textures Mod of the Week – Telvanni Retexture By Lougian
  10. Modder’s Resource Mod of the Week – Dark Telvanni Armor By Kieve
  11. Underrated Mod of the Week – Tel Uvirith Rebuilt By Zurin Arctus
  12. Blast from the Past Mod of the Week – Tel Uvirith Grown By Majora Sheoth
  13. Bonus Mod of the Week – Sadrith Mora Docks By Cdethier

Oblivion Modding Showcases – Episode 7

Sort of getting this series on a regular schedule for once, today we have our 7th episode of Oblivion Modding Showcases, featuring another 10 randomly themed mods for your viewing pleasure, including quite a variety of mods spanning from besieging bandit castles to prolonged battles along the roadways of Cyrodiil, scenic new homes, and dark and atmospheric dungeons. There’s all of this and much more for you to check out in the latest episode of Oblivion Modding Showcases, and of course all of the featured mods can be found down below.

Complete List of Mods and Download Links:

  1. Popular Mod of the Week – Bruma Retexture By Lougian
  2. House Mod of the Week – New Lindai By Asmodina
  3. Gameplay Mod of the Week – Blankets of Cyrodiil By T3alrose and Claustromaniac
  4. Dungeon Mod of the Week – Forgotten Tomb By Eddwills
  5. Items Mod of the Week – Somewhat Realistic Swords By Vodkamaniac and Lazarus89
  6. Quests Mod of the Week – Bounty Quests Fixed and Polished By WalkerInShadows and GamerRick
  7. Landmass Mod of the Week – Handrest Isle By Montybrad
  8. NPC Mod of the Week – Crowded Roads Advanced By Shakh
  9. New Meshes and Textures Mod of the Week – A Better Chest By Quoter1
  10. Underrated Mod of the Week – MsF Elven Gardens Cafe By MsFrankenstein

Morrowind’s Abandoned Projects – Harsh Lands

Morrowind’s Abandoned Projects is a new series dedicated to looking at the forgotten and never finished mods of Morrowind, uploaded and left for dead by their authors, still to this day in an incomplete state. The goal of this series is to bring renewed attention and interest to these once promising and fruitful projects, and hopefully someone, or someones, will take the time to one day bring these mods to a fully finished state.

For our second episode, we’re taking a look at Harsh Lands, a relatively well-known landmass mod originally made by Spacecoke. A massive new landmass, nearly half the size of Vvardenfell, Harsh Lands adds a new island chain to the west of Vvardenfell, and is mostly exterior complete at this point, with the notable exception being some of the southern and very northern bits of Harsh Lands. Otherwise though, Harsh Lands has no interiors, no quests, and no real city planning. The mod was originally abandoned in 2010, after an alpha version of Harsh Lands was released on ModDB in 2009, and since then, as far as I know, it has remained in an abandoned sate. Spacecoke officially declared it abandoned in 2014, in response to a comment on his YouTube channel, and announced that it was free for anyone to take up and finish. With a lot of just extremely creative and epic looking exterior areas, Harsh Lands would be an amazing mod to see finished, but for now, it remains merely an exterior environment that you can explore and marvel at, and perhaps one day it’ll finally be completed.

Harsh Lands – Project Links and Downloads:
ModDB Download 
Harsh Lands YouTube Trailer
Harsh Lands Development Vlog