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2 years ago#1
just popped by to remember all the good times I had with this game.
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2 years ago#2
yarp
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2 years ago#3
narp
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Here's a question
When was the last time you covered yourself in syrup and sacrificed a physically defected llama while performing a mating dance on a Tuesday?
2 years ago#4
This topic inspired me to go buy twinkies. But then I remember there aren't any more :(
2 years ago#5
Morrowind is still my favorite out of the whole series. I think the dumbed down gameplay and mediocre feel Oblivion and Skyrim had were the reasons I just don't enjoy them as much.
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2 years ago#6
I think the dumbed down gameplay and mediocre feel Oblivion and Skyrim had were the reasons I just don't enjoy them as much.

Yeah, wandering through a bleak wasteland with only vague directions to go on really was the strong point of Morrowind.
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2 years ago#7
The directions were terrific, assuming the average teenager knew what a cairn was.
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2 years ago#8
I'm not sure I agree, but I'd have to look up stuff to disagree. Maybe later.
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2 years ago#9
For the most part directions were good. I remember a couple Redoran quests had bizarre directions, and the Cavern of the Incarnate quest had none at all, but other than that, they were ok.

I prefer slightly vague direction to a GPS style marker anyway.
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2 years ago#10
From: Hobospartan | #009
For the most part directions were good. I remember a couple Redoran quests had bizarre directions, and the Cavern of the Incarnate quest had none at all, but other than that, they were ok.

I prefer slightly vague direction to a GPS style marker anyway.



You right. But the cavern thing made sense. Finding the cave was supposed to be nigh impossible, otherwise you'd have everyone and their mother trying to grab the ring.
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