Category Archives: Morrowind Modding Trailers

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Morrowind Modathon – Isle of the Dead – Week One Winner!

To the west of Solstheim lies a forbidden place, a land of ash, smoke and fire, covered in the ancient ruins of Daedric shrines and the remains of the dead. A dangerous and tumultuous isle, the restless spirits of the past still linger here, waiting to avenge their deaths on hapless victims that wander too close. Still, rumors abound that great rewards may await those who would face the dangers of this deadly isle, people speak of ancient artifacts and treasure fit for kings. The question is, will you take up the challenge of the dead and run headlong into peril? If you do, there’s but one path for you… Fight or Die, Outlander, Fight or Die, those are the only choices to be made on the Isle of the Dead.

Isle of the Dead was released by Trancemaster_1988 on May 6th as part of the Morrowind May Modathon 2015 competition, and it’s one of three random drawing winners for the first 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 Isle of the Dead and download it today here.
Note: Isle of the Dead conflicts with the Tamriel Rebuilt Alpha

You can also check out the other two winners below:
Christmas Like Snowflake Texture By Symbiote Dinosaur
Deepscorn By Istreddify

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 detials!

The music in this video is “Battle Scars 5” By composer Rannar Sillard from Epidemic Sound.

Province Cyrodiil – The Island of Stirk Trailer

The island of Stirk is one of Cyrodiil’s outlying islands, off the western shores of the Gold Coast in the Abecean Sea. Home to the rather large settlement of Stirk (named after the island itself), the residents of this fairly sizable island are employed in a variety of activities, from working in the frequently busy harbor to fishing off the shores of the island, though most are impoverished and many of the streets of this fine city are in a state of decay.

Despite the settled nature of the island of Stirk, there’s still plenty of danger lurking on the outskirts, from the ancient Ayleid ruins that dominate the island, to the presence of pirates, a constant threat in the Abecean Sea, who make harbor off the smaller islands surrounding Stirk.

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 “Orchestral Atmospheres 3” by composer Magnus Ringblom from Epidemic Sound.

Tamriel Rebuilt – The Inlet Bog Trailer

In central eastern Morrowind, along the coast of the Inner Sea, lies the Inlet Bog, a realm of dark swamps, rivers and lakes that have long resisted the encroachment of civilization. Sitting at a crossroads between the cities of Old Ebonheart, Helnim, Akamora and Almalexia, this region is surprisingly sparse in population, and home to a variety of ne’er-do-wells, from common bandits to necromancers, cultists, and smugglers profiting off the numerous ruins in the area.

The Inlet Bog is home to only one major population center of any kind, the small and rather impoverished village of Darnim, sitting along the eastern coast, an assortment of shacks and dock pillings that give off the vague reassurance of civilization. Aside from this lone village, a number of hermits, small-time farmers, and other isolationist sorts muck out a living in the murky perpetual fog that hangs in the air, always aware of the dangers that lurk just out of sight. From swamp beast to necromancer, there’s plenty to fear along the half-sunken roads of the Inlet Bog…

Tamriel Rebuilt released the Inlet Bog region as a part of Map 3 and included it in the latest update back in August of 2014. This region is already pretty much completed, with interiors, dungeons, NPCs, and unique dialogue already 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.

Tamriel Rebuilt – Armun Ashlands Trailer

The Armun Ashlands of the Morrowind mainland is a desolate wasteland, devoid of almost all life, and stretching from the Roth Roryn region deep down into south central Morrowind. Some say the ashlands are growing, encroaching upon the fertile territory of the Thirr River Valley, a wave of ash just waiting to spill over into the deep currents of the Thirr river. The Armun Ashlands is a dangerous land to travel, many a weary traveler has met their end trying to span this vast and unforgiving realm. Ancient ruins can also be found, half-buried in the ash, remnants of past civilizations that have fallen to the Armun’s persistent encroachment. This territory is home to only one settlement of any notable size, the small Hlaalu town of Ald Erfoud, an oasis for tired travelers trying to get to the city of Kragenmar in the Othreleth Valley of southern Morrowind. Though hardly the only population in the midst of these wastes, the Armun Ashlanders can also be found camping along this harsh landscape, making by as they have for generations.

Tamriel Rebuilt released the Armun Ashlands region as part of the Tamriel Rebuilt Alpha back in August of 2014. 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 “A Story” by Jon Babb (Bosa). You can download it as part of his Morrowind Music Overdose package.

Helios Keep – The Epic Castle Trailer

Helios Keep is one of the largest castle mods ever created for Morrowind, originally released way back in 2005-2006 by Sauron256. You’ll get to travel to a new island, dominated by the massive fortress of Helios Keep, and surrounded by peaceful woodland forests. This castle, with all of its numerous towers, walls and turrets is your’s to command if you so desire.

Full Features Include:
– A massive new castle to explore and command
– A new island, complete with woodland forests
– Dozens of new service NPCs
– Numerous rooms for your own personal use

Why not go ahead and try out Helios Keep today? You can download it from Morrowind Modding History here.

Note: Helios Keep DOES conflict with Tamriel Rebuilt!

The music in this episode is “Better Life” By Jon Babb (Bosa) from his Morrowind Music Overdose IV collection.

Tamriel Rebuilt – Roth Roryn Trailer

The Roth Roryn region covers a massive stretch of mainland Morrowind’s western territory, composing a large chunk of the area in-between the borders of Cyrodiil and the Thirr River Valley. Known for its massive canyons and towering rock-faces, Roth Roryn is a rugged region filled with untamed wilds and natural beauty. Sparely populated due to the rough nature of the terrain, a number of Hlaalu and Redoran settlements can still be found here, with Hlaalu plantations hugging the outskirts of eastern Roth Roryn, and various Redoran farms and towns populating the interior.

The region is dominated by the massive Redoran city of Kartur, located in the northeastern reaches of the Roth Roryn territory in one of the many defensible valleys that populate the area, with tall enclosing cliffs to protect the city from invasion. Aside from the bustling valley streets of Kartur, the region is also home to the ancient Redoran settlement of Bodrum, made famous for a battle between the Empire and Resdayn during the First Era.

Tamriel Rebuilt released the Roth Roryn region as part of the Tamriel Rebuilt Alpha back in August of 2014. This region is partially complete already, with some interiors in place and the typical assortment of NPCs populating certain areas of the territory. 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 “A Boat to Vivec” and “Solstheim” by Jon Babb (Bosa). You can download both tracks as a part of his Morrowind Music Overdose series.

Morrowind Modding Trailers – Trade Disputes

Trade Disputes is a large and in-depth quest mod originally released for Morrowind in 2003 by Dalin. The mod takes place at Fort Klamoth, a new Imperial fort near Gnisis, where trade negotiations between the Imperials and a nearby fishing village of peaceful orcs have stalled to a stand-still. Both sides are hiding things from the other, and it’s up to the player to decide who they’ll side with in the negotiations, and whose terrible secrets of the past they’ll reveal…

Trade Disputes won entry into Planet Elder Scrolls Hall of Fame in 2006, and is considered one of the most popular Morrowind quest mods of the early 2000s with over 10,000 downloads.

Full features include:

  • A new Imperial fort
  • A new island (mostly compatible with Tamriel Rebuilt)
  • A new village and new characters
  • Around a dozen quests with branching story-lines

Why not check out and download Trade Disputes today? You can download it here.

The music in this episode is “Toils and Snares” By Jon Babb (Bosa) from hisMorrowind Music Overdose IV collection.

Tamriel Rebuilt – The Askkaedh Coast Trailer

Tamriel Rebuilt’s Askkaedh Coast region is a long and narrow band of coastline hugging the Inner Sea and bordering the Thirr River Valley in the south, and the canyons of the Roth Roryn region and early foothills of the Velothi Mountains in the north.

Overall rather sparsely populated, the region is home to a few towns and cities, such as the shack village of Gol Mok that sits at the mouth of the Thirr River and the small Imperial settlement of Teyn, one of the many bases of the Imperial Coast Guard and home to an Imperial Legion fort overlooking the Inner Sea. There’s also the massive Hlaalu city of Andothren that acts as a regional capital along the Roth Roryn border.

Tamriel Rebuilt released the Askkaedh Coast region as a part of their mainland alpha release in August of 2014, and the region is mostly complete, with some interiors already in place and a handfull of NPCs. 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 “Mournhold” composed by Jon Babb (Bosa). You can download it as part of the Morrowind Music Overdose III package here.