no quest guides/markers/icons thingies? ;-;

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4 years ago#1
you have to, like, pay attention to dialog and your journal and road signs and stuff to do quests in this?D: you aren't like lead around by the hand?;_; good thing they realized gamers are too lazy and impatient for this kinda thing in later elder scrolls xD
4 years ago#2
Yeah, good thing...
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4 years ago#3
#smh
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4 years ago#4
I always appreciate a good dose of sarcasm. Thanks TC
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4 years ago#5
Buy--- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of the Year Edition Official Strategy Guide, if you can find it on the internet. It may be hard to find now or expensive. Originally it costed $19.99 in 2003. Quests,maps, locations to find items etc..
4 years ago#6
...why would you buy anything like that when you have the internet if you so choose
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4 years ago#7
To play Devils advocate, sometimes the directions in this game sucked. And the journal system lost its appeal when you tacked on more than two quests.
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4 years ago#8
The Elder Scrolls : The Dumbing Down - 32:50
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JweTAhyR4o0

Quests and the Journal System - 15:41
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4 years ago#9
That video is just refusing to buffer for me.
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4 years ago#10
I've only ever had problems finding something in this game once, and that was the mage's guild quest to collect membership dues from someone. I only had that problem a few times before I learned where it was and the directions made more sense. The in game directions usually aren't that bad, since you have the ability to levitate directly where you have to go. "Oh, I have to go directly west from so and so cave, and there's a mountain in the way? Psh, no problem!"
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