Category Archives: Morrowind Modding Trailers

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Morrowind ModTown 2015 – The Official 2016 Trailer

Morrowind ModTown 2015, a project for the community, by the community, celebrating the amazing modding community that we have here for Morrowind! The first ModTown in nearly a decade, ModTown 2015 aims to bring everyone together, modders and non-modders alike, to build a monument to our wonderful Morrowind Modding Community that’ll stand the test of time and celebrate the amazing things we can accomplish when we all work to build one massive mod!

ModTown 2015 aims to provide a unique and creative experience for all involved, with dozens of quests, dungeons, and exciting new activities for the player to do! And you don’t need to be a modder to help out! All you need to do is come up with ideas, provide creative writing, or generate discussion! There’s plenty for everyone to get involved and make ModTown 2015 a reality!

From massive epic sized dungeons, to Dwemer airships that ply the skies, ModTown 2015 is all about the creative accomplishments that modders can make, and there are no limits to what you can do, whether you build a floating tower, or construct dungeons made out of bones, or create an island of fire and ice, all are welcome in ModTown 2015! Embrace the madness, join us in unleashing one of the most creative and insane modding projects to be made for Morrowind!

You can learn more about this project, and how to help out, at our forums, and you can check out ourscreenshot gallery for progress on the project! Want to play the current build of ModTown? You’ll find the current version available here (but needless to say it’s incomplete).

The music in this video is “Lord of Dance 04” By Johannes Bornlof, and you can download it from Epidemic Sound.

Visions of Morrowind – Dagon Fel Trailer

Dagon Fel, a city mired in the mixture of old and new, with Imperial dwellings springing up amidst the ruins of ancient Dwemeri settlements. This quaint and quiet little town on Vvardenfell’s northern reaches is perhaps the one place that captures so perfectly the essence of Morrowind. Thick in atmosphere and history, Dagon Fel calls to adventurers and explorers far and wide to scale and delve the ruins that surround this humble city, sitting at the end of the world and the end of civilization itself. Beyond these meager shacks lies danger and the wilds of an untamed land rife with the relics of the past, not to mention the beauty of an alien world come alive with many strange and unique sights to see.

There are many visions and versions of Dagon Fel, as one might expect from a city that so conjures the imagination. From minor alterations and small added details, to full on overhauls that change the architectural style and makeup of this fair town, to epic additions that enhance the visual flair of Dagon Fel’s surroundings. All of these are both different cities and the same, for there are many visions of Dagon Fel, and all are equally true and real. Which is the true Dagon Fel for you, however, is entirely for you to decide!

Visions of Morrowind is a new trailer series designed not to look at just one mod, but several mods that make or change certain cities and landscapes in Morrowind. Combining footage of each version and editing it all together, you can see the many visions that modders have for this amazing game that inspires so much for the imagination, and from there you can decide which vision best fits your needs for your own game, assuming you don’t just decide to make your own unique vision for yourself! If you have any suggestions for what town or city to cover next, please leave a comment below and I’ll get to it in the next trailer!

In this trailer, we take a look at four different versions of Dagon Fel provided by four different mods, as listed below. Please note that, obviously, all of these mods conflict with each other and CANNOT be played at the same time on the same savegame.

Dagon Fel Updated By HedgeHog12
Epic Dagon Fel By MikeandIke
More Detailed Places 2013 By Zaldir and Ragox
Morrowind Rebirth By Trancemaster

The music in this trailer is  “Lord of Dance 03” By Johannes Bornlof from Epidemic Sound.

Morrowind Rebirth – Version 3.4 Release Trailer

Today we’re celebrating the recent release of Morrowind Rebirth’s 3.4 version with a new trailer that takes yet another look at this fantastic re-imagining of the island of Vvardenfell, providing all new experiences in the familiar setting of Morrowind!

Explore the island of Vvardenfell as you never have before, with a world built anew to be both alien and familiar to the Morrowind you knew before. New adventures await, with new exciting areas to see and explore, and new artifacts just waiting to be discovered.

This is a complete overhaul for Morrowind, adding countless new details, weapons, armors and much more for you to see and do. Experience the world of Morrowind in a new light, try out Morrowind Rebirth today!

Download At:
ModDB
Morrowind Nexus

Dramatic Vivec – Dawn of the Cantons Trailer

Vivec, the city of a Poet God, home to political power for the elite and religious devotion for the masses. This, the largest and grandest city on Vvardenfell, has always been spartan and empty, with cantons lacking decoration and distinction. Hardly the appearance of a bustling city of commercial, political and religious importance that Vivec claims to be.

But with Dramatic Vivec, you can finally see this city of cantons, this capital of temples, as it should have been. Bustling markets, ornate shrines, and gardens dedicated to the faith. This is Vivec as it should be, full of life, devotion and commerce, with beautiful sights to see as is only worthy a city that plays home to a God.

You can download Dramatic Vivec by TheInkBunny today from the Nexus.

Also seen in this trailer is MikeandIke’s Vivec and Velothi Retexture, and Spirithawke’s Prison Moon Enhanced II, both are highly recommended to be played with Dramatic Vivec!

The music in this trailer is “Legendary Walk 1” by composer Johannes Bornlof from Epidemic Sound.

Tamriel Rebuilt – Fields of Helnim Trailer

The Fields of Helnim, a landscape of gently rolling hills and plains in eastern Morrowind, are a welcome reprieve for the weary traveler. Occupying a small stretch of land between the Boethian and Mephalain Mountain ranges, the Fields of Helnim are one of the more populated regions of eastern Morrowind, with a landscape settled by peaceful farms and plantations, with larger towns and cities dotting the coastline.

A predominately Telvanni controlled territory, the Fields of Helnim are named after the Imperial city of Helnim, the largest town in the region. It’s here in Helnim where one sees the rare mix of Imperial and Telvanni architecture side-by-side, as the city is composed of a number of districts, the Imperial districts with their stink of decay and poverty on one side, and the more affluent Telvanni districts on the other. Outside of this principal city though, there are a number of other Telvanni settlements, such as the port town of Marog that hangs from the cliffsides across the bay from Helnim, and the crossroads city of Tel Muthada, a town of towering heights in the middle of the relatively flat Fields of Helnim.

While this region offers the famous ruins of Kemel-Ze for the enterprising tourist, there’s few if any other major ruins to be found in this small oasis between the Boethian and Mephalain peaks, but it is far from a peaceful land. The weary traveler must be wary of the ever constant threat of bandits, rogues, and marauders that prey on the roadsides, ever eager to pick off easy targets.

Tamriel Rebuilt released the Fields of Helnim region as a part of Map 2 and included in the latest update back in August of 2014. This region is already pretty much completed, with interiors, dungeons, NPCs, and even quests in place. Still, if you want to help out with this massive project and contribute to one of the oldest continuously worked on mod projects in Morrowind’s history, why not head over to their website and join the team today?

You can download Tamriel Rebuilt’s latest release here, and visit their YouTube Channel here.

The music in this trailer is “Natures Wonders 2” by composer Johannes Bornlof from Epidemic Sound.

Province: Cyrodiil – Echoes of Stirk Trailer

A sad reminder of past ages of glory, the isle of Stirk, one of the many outlying holdings of the Empire, is but a shell of a once prosperous town. All around the island of Stirk one will find the monuments of past golden ages, from the massive ruins of ancient Ayleid settlements, to the worn down docks of a once thriving tourist destination.

Today Stirk’s residents largely live in poverty, making due as they can fishing in the Abecean Sea and working the docks when the occasional merchant vessel or Imperial navy ship come in. Though a long settled island, Stirk is rife with danger on the outer fringes, from the ancient ruins of Ayleid kings to daring pirates that grow bolder with every strike, and visitors are best advised to avoid the far reaches of the island.

You can visit Stirk today as part of the Province: Cyrodiil Stirk Alpha. Though not as yet complete, the Province: Cyrodiil team is currently putting on the finishing touches, with all interiors and most of the quests for the island complete, and a finalized version of Stirk could hopefully come out sometime this year. With that said, Province: Cyrodiil is in need of more modders to work on the cities of Anvil and Brina Cross, so you can help them rebuild Cyrodiil today by going to their websiteand joining the team!

You can download the Stirk Alpha here.
Check out the official Province: Cyrodiil trailer here.
You can also read more about the history of Stirk here.

The music in this trailer is “Natures Wonders 3” by composer Johannes Bornlof from Epidemic Sound.

Ebonheart Home Seeblick – Mod Release Trailer

Off the coast of Ebonheart lies a lovely estate, where one can take in the full beauty of the sea and relax with an evening meal on the veranda, or enjoy silent contemplation with a few books on the roof. Complete with a warmly lit kitchen, a fully stocked alchemy lab, and a bedroom rife with literature to pursue, the estate of Ebonheart Home Seeblick provides all of the comforts of home. But lying just beneath this quaint and cozy exterior is a dark secret, pieces of the story are scattered about this lovely abode, and should you put it all together, you may just find something hidden in the dark…

Ebonheart Home Seeblick is a house and quest mod for Morrowind, originally released back in December by Jan Heuser (aka Skil8). Included in this mod are:
– A luxuriously detailed estate
– A Bedroom, Alchemy Lab, Library, Kitchen, Veranda Dining, and Rooftop Laboratory
– Full NPC Service Staff
– A Story and Quest for you to Discover
– Hidden locations and hidden items for you to find scattered across the estate

You can download Ebonheart Home Seeblick today from the Nexus!
*Note: Some Exterior and Interior Lag Possible*
*Second Note: Conflicts with MNC: Ebonheart, Morrowind Rebirth, and The Vvardenfell Libraries*

The music in this video is “Epic Drama Trailer 1 T60” By composer Magnus Ringblom.

Morrowind Modathon – Strange Grove Trailer

To the east of Solstheim, between the cold climes of Hirstaang forest and the warmer shores of Vvardenfell, lies the Strange Grove, called Rodapfund Island by the natives. Here you’ll find a rich and settled people with a sizable village and booming mining industry, where tradesmen hone their craft and miners delve ever deeper into the island’s depths. Home to a wealthy monarchy, not all is as it seems on Rodapfund Island, with danger lurking in the corners and conquest from a greedy Empire ever looming on the horizon. Will you be able to help the citizens of this fair isle? Will you fight alongside them and reap the rewards of victory? Only one way to find out, your adventure starts at the docks of Ald Velothi.

Strange Grove includes:
– 1 New Island
– 12+ New Quests
– New Dungeons
– Dozens of New Items
– 3 New Books
– 1 Buy-able Player Home
– Animal Racing and Betting
– Dozens of Unique Characters with Dialogue

Strange Grove was originally released by John Kahler (aka JMK) on May 2nd and submitted as part of Morrowind May Modathon 2015 on May 15th, and it’s one of three random drawing winners for the second week of May. All winners of Morrowind Modathon get free games, trailers and independent showcases of their mods on Morrowind Modding Showcases!

You can check out Strange Grove and download it today here.
Also you can find it for download from JMK’s Website and DeviantArt Page.
Note: Strange Grove conflicts with The White Wolf of Lokken Mountain and possibly Ald Vendras as well.

You can also check out the other two winners below:
Poor Aranath By Drewbertt
Syrinx By Ken Cotterill

Want to participate in Morrowind Modathon Month and potentially win prizes? It’s easy, just check out our announcement video and rewards video for more details!

The music in this video is “Survival Of The Fittest 2” By composer Peter Sandberg from Epidemic Sound.

Tamriel Rebuilt – Mephalain Mountains Trailer

The Mephalain Mountains of eastern Morrowind, a rugged and rough landscape of jagged mountain peaks, peaceful meandering streams, and shadowed valleys acts as the unofficial border between the lands of Great House Telvanni and Great House Indoril. Sparsely settled but home to more than a few ruins hugging the cliffside, the Mephalain Mountains are a rich and diverse environment, full of scenic beauty, from trickling waterfalls to hidden shrines and ancient chasms spanned by rickety old bridges.

The dominant settlement in the region is the city of Akamora, home to dozens of shops, residences, and taverns. Built right into the mountain-side, Akamora is best known for its resounding beauty and quaint cliffside streets. Far from the only settlement though, mountaintop Indoril towers and manors can be found spread through out the entire region, often offering superb views of the surrounding areas. Not just a region of scenic views, however, the Mephalain Mountains are home to a number of dangerous elements, from roadside bandits to Daedric cultists, and many mysteries lurk in the hidden valleys of this seemingly peaceful mountain range. The ancient ruins of the city of Dun Akafell are rumored to be found here, and the Valley of Mephala lies hidden in a perpetual veil of fog and shadow, full of unpleasant dangers for any who would disturb the Queen of Murder.

Tamriel Rebuilt released the Mephalain Mountains region as a part of Map 3 and included in the latest update back in August of 2014. This region is already pretty much completed, with interiors, dungeons, NPCs, and even a few quests in place. Still, if you want to help out with this massive project and contribute to one of the oldest continuously worked on mod projects in Morrowind’s history, why not head over to their website and join the team today?

You can download Tamriel Rebuilt’s latest release here, and check out their YouTube channel here.

The music in this trailer is “Epic Trailer 01” by composer Johannes Bornlof from Epidemic Sound.