Today we finally have the Morrowind Mod of the Month video for June of 2016, one of the most exciting months of the year for Morrowind modding. Over 55 mods were released for Morrowind in June, including several massive ones, and today we’re looking at the top three mods of the month. Travel to realms of Oblivion, become a bard and earn your living playing a lute, and check out beautiful and unique skies in our selection of the best Morrowind mods of June 2016! Don’t forget there’s a new online poll up for you to vote for the best Morrowind mods of July!
Today for our 55th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases, we’re looking at yet another 13 mods with a bit of a random theme to them. Check out epic adventures going through time and space, explore the ancient ruins of long lost Eldritch-like cities, delve into the deep darkness of long lost dungeons, and marvel at beautiful skies in this, our 55th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases!
Today we have a top ten list of the best Morrowind mods of 2013, and this is sort of a retrospective looking back on one of the biggest years of Morrowind modding. After the fall of PES and the rise of Morrowind Nexus, the community made an absolute ton of amazing mods, from large new landmasses to epic dungeons, scenic homes, and high-quality graphics replacers to update the game and make it better than ever before. Today we take a look back at some of these amazing mods that are definitely still worth checking out!
Today we have the 54th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases featuring 13 more mods for your viewing pleasure, this time around with a fantastical Dwemer theme, and there’s a ton of really nice mods in this lineup. You’ll find beautiful secreted away cavern ruins, numerous uniquely designed Dwemer homes, massive dungeons to fight through, and ancient secrets to be discovered in this, the 54th episode of MMS!
This week’s 53rd Episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases returns to a random theme with 13 very different but also very interesting mods based around the shores and cities of Morrowind. With this week’s batch of mods, you’ll be able to make a living fiddling the lute, exploring massive ruined strongholds, chasing down vampire lairs, and making yourself home within massive castles up in the clouds above. There’s all of this and much more in episode 53 of Morrowind Modding Showcases!
Today we’re celebrating the two-year anniversary of Morrowind Modding Showcases with the 50th episode of MMS! We have a special Solstheim, Winter, and Nordic themed episode for you all today with 13 mods for your viewing pleasure! Explore massive new landmasses, investigate mysterious disappearances, check out a number of themed house mods, and raid new Dwemer ruins in this, the 50th episode of Morrowind Modding Showcases!
Special thanks to all of the modders who contributed to this video, Melchior Dahrk for all of the wonderful graphics, and the entire Morrowind Modding Community for continuing ever onward and supporting Morrowind through all these long years!
Today we have the fifth episode of Morrowind Modding Manors, a new series dedicated to looking at three Morrowind house mods every other week. Now I know, we cover a lot of house mods already as part of Morrowind Modding Showcases, but there’s a lot of house mods for Morrowind, and a lot of them just don’t get covered by MMS, partly because of how we have the show formatted, and partly because more house mods are released each month than episode of MMS, so we’re never going to catch up. Instead, Morrowind Modding Manors gives us an opportunity to cover a wider variety of house mods, some of which have been overlooked and underrated, and some of which used to be quite popular but are no longer in the public eye quite so much.
Today for Morrowind Modding Trailers, we’re taking a look at one of Morrowind’s classic landmass mods, Dulsya Isle by Nick “Iridox” Johnson. One of the first major landmass mods for Morrowind, Dulsya Isle adds a seamless new island for you to explore that blends in perfectly with vanilla Morrowind content, with two new towns to visit, dozens of new quests, and several dungeons to fight through. You even get to take charge and build a new settlement for yourself, including a new home to live in, as well as go on several new adventures, fight bandits, defeat undead enemies, and much more in this old-time classic.
Our second annual Morrowind May Modathon Month modding competition, celebrating Morrowind’s 14th anniversary, has officially come to an end, and what a competition it was! We doubled the number of mods released for the competition from last year, with 29 mods submitted in total by 21 different modders, adding new towns, gameplay features, quests, dungeons, and much more to this fantastic game! Without a doubt this was a very successful modding competition, in fact it’s one of the most successful modding competition in Elder Scrolls modding history, which really just goes to show how active the Morrowind modding community really is!
In the early days of May 2002, a little game came out called The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. It would go on to save Bethesda Softworks from bankruptcy, sell millions of copies, and become the most popular game for modding at the turn of the century. Now, 14 years later, over 22,000 mods have been released for Morrowind with the modding community still going strong.
In order to celebrate the 14th Anniversary of Morrowind, we’re doing something special, we’re holding the second annual May Modathon Month! Throughout the entire month of May, participating modders on the Nexus, TAL and GHF who submit Morrowind mods could get a chance to win indie or AAA games each week. Likewise, all participating mods will be entered to win the Mod of the Month Award, with a ton of games as a prize.
Not only that, but all winners will get trailers, special showcases, and numerous video features on Morrowind Modding Showcases. And the winner of the Mod of the Month award will naturally get their mod featured in our Mod of the Month series, celebrating the best mods released each month for Morrowind.
You can participate by leaving a short note in the mod description page at Morrowind Nexus and GHF that includes “Part of the May Modathon Month”. Remember, this only applies to mods released in May, so let’s all get to modding and make this the 14th Anniversary that Morrowind deserves!