Today we finally have the latest episode of the Morrowind Mod of the Month, featuring the best Morrowind mods of November 2016! Most of the mods in this lineup have something to do with changing the way you start the game, with some very interesting choices to pick from that might intrigue you. November was a slow month though, with only 19 mods released, but none-the-less you might find something here worth checking out. And in any event, we have a new online poll for the best mods of December 2016, so don’t forget to cast your vote today!
Our mod of the month for November 2016 is Chargen Revamped – Expanded Lands By Texafornian, a massive overhaul and expansion of the character generation process for Morrowind, utilizing a D&D approach to allow for a much greater degree of customization or randomization when making a new character, giving you the ability to decide your starting stats, companions, factions, and starting location. This is the ultimate chargen mod available, hence why it’s our mod of the month, and well worth checking out.
Second choice for mod of the month is Nwah Simulator By Konradmw, and this is a bit of an odd mod really, it’s basically a new extreme hard difficulty for Morrowind, giving you the option to start the game with all your stats, including attributes and skills, at zero, forcing you to really work to become anything other that cliffracer food. This is really a mod for those seeking a brutal challenge, and isn’t recommended for the average new player.
Finally, our third choice for Mod of the Month is Tribute Books By PikachunoTM, this is a small and simple easter egg mod that adds a variety of tribute books, referencing various members of the Morrowind Modding Community, to the gameworld for you to find, including several that a part of a small quest that you can do involving a few riddles. It’s a nice and fun mod, and if you don’t mind a few extra books to read, is worth your time to check out.