Played a bit of Daggerfall but never really got too far, Morrowind was my first deep embedded addiction to RPGs. --- "The car-bra is for your mom, Peg. See it's even in her size - ASTROVAN!" - Al Bundy GT: Faith of Faye / PSN: Lt_McBadass
Morrowind. Started and HATED it, oddly enough I could stop playing it. After 5 hours I started to love the game. It is still my fave TES game --- Darth Stalin- Bow down before the man of steel !!!! Gamertag- Cruxis Mithos
Started with Morrowind and I still remember how pissed I was when my arrows couldn't hit the guy standing like a statue right in front of me.
I had the exact same experience. Started it up, found a guide on this website, made my character according to the recommendations, spent a few hours trying to steal THIS ONE KEY sitting on a shelf near the guy who ends your character creation sequence, get some gear that's geared towards what my character does, and head into what the guide called "Baby's First Dungeon"; something meant to be an ease into the game's fighting mechanics.
I head in there and kill the melee bandit and the ranged bandit (using cheats so that my health continually refills, since I had the XBOX version). Then, I meet a mage, and for some reason, I just CANNOT hit him. Despite my epic health regen cheats, he still killed me. I just sat there, stunned, completely unsure of what the hell just happened. All of my attacks missed, and the mage killed me, despite the cheats I was using. I don't usually play games with cheats unless I feel it'd be fun, and in this case, not even cheats could make up for poor luck. Stopped playing it, never picked it up again. When I'm playing a first-person style game, I expect that when my giant freaking sword cleaves through their bodies, that it will AT LEAST take damage.
Morrowind. I actually wanted to try an MMORPG for the first time, and I thought it was one. xD I was kind of a silly kid. --- Look, for the last time: Kirby has explained it over and over! http://i279.photobucket.com/albums/kk138/Schesparn/11911255317531.gif
Technically, Morrowind. Tried it, hated it, forgot about it. Played Oblivion, fell in love, went back and played Morrowind, was reminded why I hated it. Damn game was more of a chore to play than it was fun at times.
pretty much the same for me except i skipped Oblivion and went with Skyrim --- Well, I could be wrong, but I believe diversity is an old, old wooden ship that was used during the Civil War era.