Morrowind / Food
I’ve noticed that some morrowind mods add cooking, and I wonder if Skywind will add that feature.
Mostly because so far I’ve heard about food in the area, but not in detail. Morrowind meals would be a nice bit of lore imo.
Poached Qwama eggs anyone?
Nudity mention / elderscrolls Battlespire
What I’m gathering so far about Battlespire is there are a lot of exposed breasts in it.
I mean that in a very factual manner rather than lewd. I’m just surprised because that level of nudity doesn’t happen in later scrolls games.
Vivec city is really confusing to get around first time.
I was lost for ages in the foreign plaza, unable to get to the other cantons. I didn’t find the ramps down to the bridges between cantons for ages!
At first found Morrowind’s slow pace, both in terms of the main quest and literal walking speed frustrating.
Then I realised it’s really relaxing to just slowly walk though these huge city’s and landscapes.
The main quest also feels less like ‘well I’ll have this done in a week’ more like it’ll occupy me for a month or so.
The Shivering Isle still remains one of my favourite game environments.
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Food / but not actual food / Morrowind
I like how you can just eat gemstones for some reason.
Horkers in Skyrim: three tusked walruses
Horkers in Morrowind: vaguely terrifying
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