So which province are you hoping Bethesda use for the next game?

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3 years ago#31
Hammerfell, like I said in the other topic last night. A vast desert, coastal tropics and cities, mountains and taiga along the border to Skyrim, and everything in between.

Bethesda's getting really good at putting that kind of variety in their worlds and still making sense. The nine Holds of Skyrim are all unique, but still blend with each other geographically. The various regions on Vvardenfell didn't really blend very well with each other, but they were still really unique. Cyrodiil was kind of a mistake, but they've clearly since learned.
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3 years ago#32
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Is Hammerfell a desert region? Seems like it would be, all things considered. Definitely want to see some rolling sand dunes, lush oasis...es, and how Bethesda would actually make it unique without it being repetitive.


alot of it is, but remember when everyone was saying "skyrim is nothing but snow!" well lots of skyrim is snowy, but theres plenty of diversity in it. they could easily do the same with hammerfell.
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3 years ago#33
Considering the only other Elder Scrolls I've played was Oblivian, I'd like to see what happened to Cyrodil. Other then that, Elsweyr could be awesome. The last race I played in Skyrim was a Kajit, so I'd love to take her to homeland. Maybe start a moonsugar farm and make a FORTUNE! :p
3 years ago#34
Summerset Isle. It seems like the Altmer are getting set up to be a big part of the next game, so it would make sense. Plus I love elves and I'd love to get another game set in an elven homeland
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3 years ago#35
Ugh....definitely not Hammerfell. It's just a desert. The last thing i want to do is run around a sandy desert wasteland, searching for limited water and fighting scorpions....wait that sounds familiar..

I voted Valenwood. It would be nice to visit the woodlands of the elves.
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3 years ago#36
Oops forgot Morrowind.

Meh, I do not want Morrowind!
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3 years ago#37
Anywhere but Hammerfell actually. I can't imagine Hammerfell being too interesting to see. I'm not too big on desert locales.

Summerset Isle would be my first choice given the current Aldmeri/Imperial conflicts. It would be an interesting way to see the war from the Altmer's perspective.
3 years ago#38
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I'd like to go to Valenwood. Bosmer don't get nearly enough attention.


I agree with you there, my vote goes for Valenwood as well.
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3 years ago#39
Akavir. For sure.

If that doesn't count. I'd say Summerset Isle would be solid.

An Elsweyr/Black Marsh game would be cool.
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3 years ago#40
Aren't we going to be seeing all of them in the new elder scrolls mmo? The next #ES title I voted for is Summerset Isles just because I think Bethesda can create a good game with it's lore and environment. I have a feeling I'm going to be killing even more High Elf guards then Nord guards and I kill ALOT of Nord guards.
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