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Darkelfguy

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Morrowind Mod of the Month - November Voting and October Video
« on: December 28, 2015, 02:49:31 PM »
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUmZuzKfNZE" target="_blank">http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oUmZuzKfNZE</a>

The votes are in, and after much delay, the Morrowind Mod of the Month for October 2015 has been decided! This was a really close one, with five mods that were vying for the top for much of the month, but in the end only three could be selected! From important gameplay additions to all new, albeit questionable, features and Jiub adventures, to cavernous glacial caverns, there's a lot of cool stuff to see in this selection of the best mods from October!

The poll is now open for the best mods of November, so cast your vote now and in a few weeks we'll have the results right here on Morrowind Modding Showcases! In total, 32 new mods were released for Morrowind in November, making it the fifth such month in a row to have over 30 mods released!

Our mod of the month for October 2015 is Vegtabill's Threads of the Webspinner by Vegtabill, a simple yet extremely useful mod that adds in hints regarding the various Sanguine items in Morrowind that you must find for the Morag Tong faction questline, but Vegtabill has done this in such a way that the hints blend in almost perfectly with vanilla Morrowind content and feel like a natural extension of the game rather than an intrusive mod.

Second choice for mod of the month is Tympany by Illuminiel, a very unique and well crafted mod that does something that, quite possibly, has never been done before in Morrowind, adding in new gameplay elements, a new stylish intro movie, and some very curious comedic pieces to your playing experience in the land of the Dunmer. You'll also get to continue Jiub's story as a part of this mod, and take advantage of a pacifist style play-through.

Finally, our third choice for mod of the month is WonderWind by King Moyer (aka TrulyOriginalArtCom), a massive underground dungeon complex composed of multiple large-scale caverns that could practically be considered a landmass onto itself. From frozen Daedric ruins to massive glaciers, deadly dungeons, and ice-hewn towns deep below the surface of Solstheim, you'll find quite a lot of cool stuff to see in the mystical lands of WonderWind.
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Re: Morrowind Mod of the Month - November Voting and October Video
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2015, 03:57:20 PM »
Great video, Darkelfguy! I need to try out WonderWind as soon as I get a new MW disc... it looks like a fun dungeon romp.