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Vivec sunset by Swietopelk Vivec sunset by Swietopelk
Vivec at sunset. Dunmeri are getting back to their homes after whole day of working.
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:iconfaerach:
Faerach Mar 4, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Venetian Babylon
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:iconswietopelk:
Yeah, that description fits Vivec by quite a bit :D
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donkale Dec 28, 2013  Hobbyist Artist
Amazing.
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:iconashkinmor:
oh, i just feel that atmosphere!
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Eldraak Nov 9, 2013  Student General Artist
Quite atmospheric and very beautiful :)
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:iconhastur66:
Morrowind was so excotic... I really enjoyed the later two TES games, but they didn't quite have the same... I dunno, feeling? Atmosphere? Anyways, this paint is totally awesome! It's so wonderously calm and strange... o.0 Love it! :D
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madaclaws Aug 18, 2013  Hobbyist
haha,so true...you know , I played Morrowind by the time Skyrim came out. My pc  was so bad even Oblivion did  not work. Anyways later I played both TES IV and V...but still, I can't forget that feeling, so I'm always coming back to Morrowind !:) 
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:iconswietopelk:
Playing that game was like actually exploring another world... Later TES games didn't capture that very well. Lots of features like Level Scalling, quest markers or aggressive journal (especially Oblivion with it's annoying pop-up messages) just made it feel more like a game, and less like some bigger experience.

Besides, Morrowind had just fascinating world... Exotic, alien, full of different cultures with surprises waitng around any corner. Sometimes pleasant surprises, sometimes not so much...
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:iconpkmn2legacy:
In my opinion, Morrowind was greater because it wasn't as "mainstream"...

Oblivion = 75% classic English fantasy, 25% classic Norse myth fantasy.
Skyrim = 25% classic English fantasy, 75% classic Norse myth fantasy.
Morrowind = 25% classic English/Norse fantasy, 75% oriental/african/etc influence.



I mean if I wanna play a game set in the English countryside, I'll just play any fantasy game ever... If I want to stumble through ashlands and swamps, chased by unique and inventive creatures, ya only have Morrowind :)
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:iconhastur66:
I couldn't agree more. :) Although I must admit; it were a bit annoying to save and load so much for each npc I encountered in them Daedric ruins... At lower levels, of course. But come to think of it... Perhaps that was for the best? Knowing there could be enemies lurking behind the next corner who could actually beat me(!) added a certain tension to the dungeon delving.
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