Sepultura’s Screen-Shots: Morrowind!

This week is one of the few dedicated to gaming and live-streaming the action on my Twitch channel. Why, you might be asking yourselves? Well, the online game which I play is launching the newest chapter on 6 June, but those of us who pre-ordered the expansion were allowed early access on Monday of this week – so, I’ve been shamelessly gaming in between eating, working out, and sleeping. I know, I know; sleep is for the weak according to the hardcore die-hards out there, but I believe in taking care of myself even when indulging in my guilty pleasures!

Anyway, the newest chapter is actually a return to an ancient land which was introduced to fans of the Elder Scrolls multiverse in the Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. TESO did a fantastic job in rendering the ancestral island of the Dark Elves and breathing new life into a classic, well-loved game. I selected a few of the screen-shots that I’ve taken so far this week; more will be published later on. As always, feel free to bookmark my Twitch channel and check out the show! Broadcasting is most likely to occur between 1300 – 1900 PDT on weekdays and pretty much anytime on weekends, LOL

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A mysterious stranger hands you a note…

…leading you on a journey to a distant land.

You meet, and help, fellow travelers…

…and come face-to-face with a god.

Many queue up to request blessings from the “Warrior-Poet.”

There is even a house of ill-repute, for those who like the seedy side!

Fungi of all sizes grow everywhere…

…including the backs of local fauna.

Here’s another cute critter, native and unique to this island.

There are many new, and beautiful, sights to see…

…there is even construction of a new city in progress!

3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. sepultura13
    May 24, 2017 @ 22:03:13

  2. cindy knoke
    May 24, 2017 @ 22:43:21

    Such a creative and brilliant other world.
    Some people don’t understand. They say, “interact with people in the real world.”
    I would respond, why?

    • sepultura13
      May 26, 2017 @ 06:30:31

      This is why I love taking the screen-shots that I do…the designers put so much into creating the virtual world, and did a fantastic job of it!

      Interacting with people in the real world is all well and good, but there seem to be fewer and fewer people worthy of interacting with – in the real world and in virtual reality. It’s a shame, but I suppose that’s the way the worlds turn!

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