By MysticElodiePart of the Summer Modjam 2020
Maren's Misfit Mabrigash
Discover the whereabouts of an odd ashlander witch who's taken up residence in a tomb near the Erabenimsun tribe's camp. Maren's Misfit Mabrigash is a dungeon overhaul and quest mod that overhauls and expands the Maren Ancestral Tomb into a hideout befitting of an ashlander, and adds a new quest to complete in the dungeon.
Likely incompatible with other mods that edit Maren Ancestral Tomb and, to a lesser extent, Arethan Ancestral Tomb. Should otherwise be compatible with most things. Patch for Purists' fix for the dungeon's boss is included (removing his false essential flag).
By EndoranWest"Do not speak of it. Do not go there. Only the legions of the dead guard the walls now."
This is a mod that overhauls the Siege at Firemoth official plugin and makes it a legion-exclusive quest. I thought it was strange that the siege was considered a great disgrace to the legion and a matter of honour, but Sellus Gravius would sent the player on a mission with a bunch of hired mercenaries to liberate the fort.
This mod changes many aspects of the original plugin, including
The quest is now Legion exclusive: the player must be a Knight Bachelor of the Legion to accept this quest. The mercenaries are now proper legionnaires. The lich boss Grurm is significantly easier, though will still be a tough fight. The fort interrior has been optimised and made more lore-friendly; no more hidden doors in illogical places or huge spacious halls filled with enemies. The fort is now repopulated by the Legion after your successful liberation. The Ward of Akavir is no longer removed from the game when you complete the quest, and will be availible to borrow when the player challenges Varus Vantinius for the position of the Knight of the Imperial Dragon, and can subsequently borrowed and returned once the player gets the position. Check with the fort priest in the barracks if you want to use the shield. A player home and fort post liberation.
Some things I want to update later on include
New mesh for the Ward of Akavir and maybe unique enemies Some commander duties for the player to do post liberation, or some other quests/events. Some additions to the player's quarters in the fort. Unique rewards based on choices and surviving legionnaires. Add vanilla wood and rope textures to Momo's cranes.
This mod will also be part of my legion expansion mod coming out soon. To check on progress, I post my WIPs on my discord server.
This mod is built on the original plugin, meaning you only need to download this mod. This means it's incompatible with the original mod, and any other Firemoth mod for that matter. This also includes the Unofficial Morrowind Official Plugins Patched mod, which has a patched version of Firemoth (Though Legion at the Siege of Firemoth also includes most of the same fixes anyway). A possible workaround would be to delete the Firemoth references from UMOPP, but I might try look into a patch for it.
This mod should be compatible with Tamriel Rebuilt.
By EndoranWestThis is a beta for my Imperial armour expansion, putting more emphasis on how uniforms impact life in the legion. This mod adds, modifies and distributes suits of Legion armour with the intention of making armour a bigger faucet of Legion identity.
This mod does several things to Legion uniforms:
- Studded leather, dragonscale, silver and newtscale cuirasses are now listed as Legion uniforms.
- The studded leather, chain, newtscale, silver, duke's silver and dragonscale armour sets have been completed, and the new pieces distributed among Legion members and smithies.
- Ash mask helmets can be found on legionnaires outside Buckmoth Legion fort and sold by Yambagorn gor-Shulor inside.
- Varus Vantinius now has a unique helmet that he will don when duelling the player and can be taken from him after he's been defeated.
- Instead of being given armour pieces as a promotion bonus, the player is issued with a choice of leather, chain or steel armour when they join the Legion. Upon being promoted to Knight Errant, the player is offered a set of their choice of newtscale, dragonscale or templar. Similarly, when the player becomes a member of the Order of Ebonheart, they will be offered a full set through Sirollus Saccus.
- Non-Legion affiliated players can be arrested by Legion guards for wearing Legion uniforms.
The assets in the beta are not final, and I'm hoping to replace them with something more consistent with the vanilla Morrowind art style.
Many assets here are from various resources by quorn and Alaisiagae.
If you want to follow development the mod, report any bugs or contribute to the project, you can join my discord here.
In terms of compatibility, this mod adds a script to the vanilla newtscale, silver and dragonscale cuirasses to make them Legion uniforms. This likely means that if there are any mods that edit those values, they will be incompatible.
The mod also changes the inventories of a lot of Legion members. However, by and large these NPCs are inconsequential and are mostly generic and unlikely to be affected by any other mods. The interiorrs of most Legion garrisons have also had changes, however these are mostly just armour pieces added to the world space and no drastic layout changes.
|Credits and Permissions|
Feel free to edit this mod as you like. I don't mind anyone editing and publishing the mod, just as long as it isn't a direct reupload of it.
Should this mod remain in beta indefinitely, feel free to download it, polish it up and release your own version.
Thanks to xeno for making the crest on Varus Vantinius' helmet.
Latest Version: Build 21.01 January 31st, 2021
TR_Mainland is our fully released content, while TR_Preview contains areas still in development Fully playable landmass bigger than The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion; filled with new NPCs, settlements, dungeons and more. (TR_Mainland) Visit major cities such as Old Ebonheart, Port Telvannis and Necrom. Featuring over 350+ quests and questlines. All new weapon and armor sets New books, items, spells and more. Before installing Tamriel Rebuilt, please ensure that you have the latest version of Morrowind (v1.6820), including both Tribunal and Bloodmoon installed, as well as Tamriel_Data version 8.0 or later. The Morrowind Code Patch is also recommended if you are playing on the vanilla engine.
No other plug-ins are required.
Tamriel Rebuilt doesn't contain its own asset files. You need to download Tamriel_Data. Please install Tamriel_Data v8 when updating to 21.01!
Make sure to read the information about Tamriel_Data and register both BSAs in your Morrowind.ini.
Both PT_Data and TR_Data need to be registered. If you don't update and register both BSAs, you will encounter exclamation marks for missing meshes and other errors.
Tamriel Rebuilt is a large fan project for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. When Bethesda Softworks, the developers of the Elder Scrolls series, started designing the game towards the end of the 1990s, the original intent was to include all of the eponymous country's landmass in the game. As it turned out, this was too large a task and the scope was reduced to Morrowind's central volcanic island, Vvardenfell. Even so, the result was an enormous, colorful world that many, in our project and beyond, still consider one of their most memorable game experiences. Our aim is to pick up where Bethesda left off: by creating the rest of its mainland, we are building Morrowind as it could have been, in a way that is truthful to the vision of the original developers. Rather than just providing a game world several times the size of the original, we want that world's vistas, stories and people to be every inch as captivating as its example.
Tamriel Rebuilt is a long-term project. What took a team of paid, full-time developers several years obviously takes a group of volunteers longer. On the other hand we also have the luxury of not being bound by the same temporal and budgetary constraints that a game studio is subject to, which means we are free to undertake some things that would otherwise never become reality.
There is much to be created, much to be expanded and improved upon, and for that we need all the help we can get. If you love Morrowind and its world, if you are interested in the creation of mods or games, or if you just want a creative outlet in a lively online community, consider taking a look at how to join the project.
We hope you enjoy our creation!
- The Tamriel Rebuilt Team
Q: Is Tamriel Rebuilt still being developed?
A: Absolutely! Even after all these years, the Tamriel Rebuilt community is very active! We mostly communicate through our Discord server, where we discuss current work, propose new ideas, and conduct weekly (Sunday) meetings on Sundays. Our meeting notes are kept here. That said, we can always use more hands on deck. The best way to start helping the project is to read through this this page or this one. Of course, becoming a developer is not the only way to become active in the TR community. Even if you feel you have nothing to contribute to the project, please stop by the Discord and introduce yourself. It is a great way to participate, whether you want to join in our official meetings or just ask us questions or share your own ideas.
Q: What do all the different ESPs do? TR_Mainland.esm - Finished landmass, including fully playable quests and interiors TR_Preview.esp - Unfinished landmass, often contains only exteriors; subject to change TR_Factions.esp - Integrates faction questlines and progression, contains additional Hortator quests TR_Travels.esp - Adds travel connections to TR_Mainland TR_Travels (Mainland and Preview).esp - Adds travel connections to TR_Mainland and TR_Preview; subject to change TR_OldTravels.esp - Compatibility plugin for abot's Silt Striders and Boats
Q: Why am I seeing yellow exclamation marks everywhere?
Q: Why am I getting "actor has no animation class" errors?
Q: Why is my game crashing at character selection?
A: You are having problems with BSA registration. Please see here for a detailed response.
Q: Why is my minimap cut off?
A: The Morrowind minimap has a hardcoded size limit that cannot be changed by mods. You will either need to use the Morrowind Code Patch, which has an optional "extended map" change that doubles the space the minimap can cover, or you need to switch to OpenMW, which has no hardcoded minimap limit.
Q: Does Tamriel Rebuilt add quests?
A: Absolutely! TR_Mainland alone adds hundreds of miscellaneous and faction quests, and the number will only increase with time.
For more information, please see a detailed response here.
Q: When is Tamriel Rebuilt going to be complete?
A: Good question! The joke answer is 2090 and the optimistic answer is 2030. However, "it will be done when it's done" is unfortunately the only true answer: attention and contributions to Tamriel Rebuilt vary, developers come and go, and plans change. All of these factors make it pretty hard if not impossible to predict when Tamriel Rebuilt will be officially "complete".
Q: Will any of the finished content be redone?
A: The first three releases, which roughly encompass Telvannis, the Sacred Lands around Necrom, and the east around Akamora and Bosmora, will be redone in the future. Both landscaping, questlines, and dialogue need an overhaul to put them in line with the new standards we have developed.
Opinions differ on the scope of the changes, but everybody agrees that the redo will be tackled only after Tamriel Rebuilt nears completion.
Q: Is Tamriel Rebuilt lore friendly?
Q: Why the hate against Elder Scrolls Online?
Opinions vary. For most new players, Tamriel Rebuilt is not considered to be lore friendly anymore, sometimes even aggressively hostile to new lore.
Generally, we consider Tamriel Rebuilt's game world to be friendly to the lore of TES III, the First Pocket Guide to the Empire, Redguard and Battlespire first and foremost. Later changes and additions to the lore were made when Tamriel Rebuilt had already been in development for years, making it necessary to pick and choose which lore bits we include in our version of Tamriel even when the only new lore was contained in TES IV: Oblivion. With a consistent game world as one of our main goals, a lot of new lore simply doesn't fit. Find out more about our lore policy here.
Q: Is Tamriel Rebuilt compatible with OpenMW?
A: Yes, the odd bug notwithstanding. OpenMW is as much in development as Tamriel Rebuilt and bugs can and will happen. You can find OpenMW's stance here and notes about compatibility here.
Q: Is Tamriel Rebuilt compatible with Skyrim: Home of the Nords and Province: Cyrodiil?
A: Absolutely, starting with our common asset base (Tamriel_Data). All of the province mods which are part of Tamriel Rebuilt and Project Tamriel have the aim to create a seamless, fitting gameworld. There are currently some rough edges (lore and landscape), but they will be smoothed out in time. Our goal is to make it possible to travel across a consistent and interconnected Tamriel.
Q: Is Tamriel Rebuilt compatible with Skywind or Morroblivion?
A: This cannot be answered with either yes or no, because the question itself is wrong. Both Skywind and Morroblivion are mods made for later games in the Elder Scrolls franchise, TES IV: Oblivion and TES V: Skyrim (Special Edition), respectively. To make Tamriel Rebuilt (a TES III: Morrowind mod) "compatible" with either would mean porting our content (assets, landscaping, dialogue and quests) to the games these two mods were built upon. For Skywind, this seems out of the question due to time and work constrains. As of 2019, and 7 years of development, it still hasn't had a public release of some kind. It can be assumed that the project is still busy porting the content from the Morrowind base game and will only be able to start work on converting Tamriel Rebuilt after this is done, assuming this is something the developers are even interested in.The same holds true for Morroblivion, however there is an effort to port Tamriel Rebuilt’s cells over to it. Find out more here.
Q: Why is Tamriel Rebuilt incompatible with Morrowind Rebirth?
A: Morrowind Rebirth is said to be incompatible with Tamriel Rebuilt due to some overlapping landscaping edits, edits to the same NPCs on Vvardenfell due to TR_Travels, balance changes which make Tamriel Rebuilt content overpowered, and model replacements included in Morrowind Rebirth that make Firewatch in particular unnavigable. Neither of these are game-breaking and we do not currently consider Morrowind Rebirth incompatible. Trancemaster's recommendation to not use Tamriel Rebuilt and Morrowind Rebirth together is just that: a recommendation. Both mods can run in tandem, but not without the stated problems. Fortunately, such a patch is available here.
Q: I found a bug! What do I do with it?
A: Report it in the Bugtracker in our website. Give us as much information as you can, such as a screenshot, coordinates, error log, etc.
While TR originally aimed to create the whole continent of Tamriel, as its name suggests, we ended up deciding to limit our scope to focus on the Morrowind mainland. Our sister project, Project Tamriel (PT), is working on the provinces of Skyrim and Cyrodiil in their own unique vision:
Skyrim: Home of the Nords (S:HotN): https://www.nexusmods.com/morrowind/mods/44921/
Province Cyrodiil (P:C): https://www.nexusmods.com/morrowind/mods/44922/
As a high-impact mod, TR does not work well with several other mods. On the other hand, there are certain mods that will enrich both the vanilla and TR experience.
For a list of recommended mods, see https://www.tamriel-rebuilt.org/recommended-mods
For a list of incompatible mods or mods that need a patch to work, see an incomplete WIP list: https://www.tamriel-rebuilt.org/incompatible-mods
By SigournThis mod expands the vanilla quest to guard Athyn Sarethi and the Sarethi Manor from the Morag Tong.
In the vanilla game, the Morag Tong assassins would most likely gang up on the player, who faced them head on to protect the Redoran councilor. I thought this was at odds with their primary target being Athyn Sarethi. What's more, there were only TWO assassins sent to kill Athyn Sarethi, which made the quest a bit boring.
Now, four Morag Tong assassins have been set to dispatch the Redoran councilor. Two of them will prioritize the execution of Athyn Sarethi, while the other two will try to eliminate the pesky nuisance you are proving to be. In addition to this, failing this quest is now perfectly possible!
A few more bonuses have been added to the quest, which I hope you will enjoy.
By SigournThis mod expands the vanilla quest to retrieve the Redoran Founder's Helm from Alvis Teri. It was designed for use with a mod that didn't allow taunting, such as No Taunting by Necrolesian. However, it will be perfectly playable without it.
In the vanilla game, you could taunt Alvis Teri into attacking you. With this mod, an extra dialogue option is unlocked to taunt him, after which you will be able to fight him at the Arena in Vivec. A much more epic alternative, fitting for a Redoran looking to defend his House's honor from a lousy thief!
There are three versions of the plugin available.
01 Closed Arena
Also compatible with Glass Domes of Vivec.
02 Atmospheric Arena
Compatible with Glass Domes of Vivec - Atmospheric Arena.
03 Open Arena
Compatible with No-Frills Open Vivec.
You only need one of these plugins, depending on your mod setup.
This mod removes all of the exterior Balmora architecture meshes (houses, stairs, walls, etc.) and replaces them with custom-made models. It also adds brand new meshes and shapes to build up a new and improved (to me, at least) vision of the Balmora layout.
This mod makes heavy alterations to the cells that make up Balmora, therefore it is highly likely to be incompatible with any mod that makes changes to those cells. This includes other Balmora city expansions, player homes in Balmora, NPCs added to exterior Balmora, edits to the pathing, etc.
This mod completely removes the existing house and general architecture meshes and replaces them with custom meshes and textures. As such any texture and mesh replacers for the vanilla meshes will not interfere with this mod (and this mod will not interfere with existing vanilla meshes outside of Balmora), but they won't apply to it, either.
There are now patches for the following mods:
Aesthesia Groundcover - the .esp file inside "01 Aesthesia Groundcover Patch"
Remiros' Groundcover - the .esp file inside "02 Remiros Groundcover Patch"
The mod as it is now should be fully playable without any gameplay issues and some minor visual ones listed below. If you encounter any bugs/errors please let me known in the comments. The following issues are ones that I'm already aware of, so please avoid reporting them. Also if anyone is willing to offer help/fixes to get these cleared up faster, I would really appreciate it.
- Door UV maps are terrible, based on vanilla texture's door proportions. Will be improved in a future release.
- Sidewalk paver UV maps are terrible. Will be redone in a future release.
- No glowing windows at night. They're currently being worked on now, will be added in a future release.
- No vertex colors on the meshes. Might be done in a future release.
- There are general tweaks and changes I will want to make to some meshes to add more variety in the future such as:
- A proper sidewalk texture instead of reusing the wall texture.
- A temple replacer.
- Wear and tear on some buildings, the occasional broken railing, etc.
Greatness7 - For his Blender plugin and for sharing an export of the Balmora cells. Without these this project might never have begun in the first place.
Lysol - All of the textures except for the window glass were provided by Lysol. He made custom modification and added new textures where necessary. Thank you for putting up with my requests.
Siberian Crab - For his window glass texture.
The OpenMW and Morrowind Modding Community Discords - For answering all of my questions regarding model and mod making.
Shehriazad - Compatibility patches for Remiros' Groundcover and Aesthesia Groundcover.
You are free to use these assets for whatever you wish so long as credit is given (to myself and the asset contributors) and your mod is free to download/use (donations are fine). If the mod download does down and I can't be contacted for more than 1 month, feel free to reupload the mod.
By HedgeHog-12The Symphony, for the glory of Morrowind!
Primary for modmakers build.
1.7.6 ver. all patches integrated.
If You are not know what Symphony is, see full details there:
About this build at current site is:
- No installer.
- No Bsa.
- Only single esp file. ENG version only. Test version only (with test locations).
- All patches are included.
- Eng textures for Books.
If You already in using Symphony, You can delete all old bsa files and install this build.
Or pack this files to BSA and replacing with it the native archives.
No Ideas: but this one ESP file may need to require starting a new game.
Or You can try to disable all old esp files of Symphony and use this one.
But not important.
Here is just integrated all patches and no new stuff. No big reasons to do something.
By EndoranWest"Azura is the Anticipation of Sotha Sil, but female to his male. Azura was the ancestor who taught the Chimer how to be different from the Altmer. Her teachings are sometimes attributed to Boethiah. In the stories, Azura is often encountered more as a communal progenitor of the race as a whole rather than as an individual ancestor. She is associated with Dusk and Dawn, and is sometimes called the Mother Soul. Azura's Star, also called the Twilight Star, appears briefly at dawn and dusk low on the horizon below the constellation of the Steed. Azura is associated with mystery and magic, fate and prophecy" The Shrine to Azura in vanilla Morrowind was sparse and dull. If it wasn't for the fact that the statue inside gave you a quest, it probably would be regarded as an insignificant structure. This mod adds some worshipers and other NPCs to make the shrine feel more like a real place of worship.
This mod adds some NPCs and a small dock to the shrine. To get to the shrine, the monk outside Holamayan Monastery can ferry you over there for a small fee. The fisherman at the shrine can send you to some nearby settlements, which is handy if you are lost in the middle of the Azura's coast region. The outside of the shrine itself is altered slightly to make the path actually reach the shrine entrance, and with some decoration and lights.
The inside of the shrine contains a few pilgrims who will remark on whatever exploits you've gotten up to. The priestess also provides some services to the player, and can give them some input on Azura's quest.
This mod isn't compatible with any mods that alter the exterior or interior of the Shrine of Azura in the Azura's Coast Region
By EndoranWest"The Master Index is what I hope to make out of all my research. It combines the combined magical patterns and enchantments into one, making a universal index for all of the propylons on Vvardenfel. Of course, to make it I'd need to copy the enchantment from the other indexes first, which is where you'd help in my project."
This mod intends to revise certain aspects of the Master Index official plugin and make it more streamlined and sensible.
This mod changes several aspects of the Master Index quest and plugin, including Changes to dialogue and quest entries. I felt some where rather wooden and made Folms Mirel a robotic and ungrateful sounding individual. Some dialogue added to Folms and other NPCs to add some depth and backround to the quest. The functionality of the Master Index has changed, with it needing the use of a Propylon in the Caldera Mages Guildhall instead of talking to Folms for transport to strongholds, making it useful for players taking the Silent Pilgrimage. Some quest aspects have changed, including the aquisition of certain Propylon indices. Some alterations to the Caldera Mages Guildhall, including a basement workshop for Folms and his custom Propylon.
Some things I want to update later include Updating the basement workshop and maybe some new meshes to tidy up the Propylon on display there. Adding some more quest enhancers to improve the overall quality of the quest. An oppurtunity for Folms to show off his work to the guild and replace the guild guides with some successfully replicated Propylons. Some documents and notes to add some more backround to Folm's research, maybe with some illustrations and schematics.
This mod is built on the original plugin, meaning you only need to download this mod. This means it's incompatible with the original mod, and any other Master Index mod for that matter. It may also conflict with any mods that edit the interrior of the Mages Guildhall or Irgola's pawnshop in Caldera.
This mod has been tested and works with Caldera Mage's Guild Expanded.
There is a compatibility patch availible for Caldera Mage's Quarters, which should be loaded after Caldera Mage's Quarters.
Some recommended mods: Improved Propylon Particles by starwarsgal9875: Adds nicer, more FPS-friendly particles which fill the entire propylon chamber. Propylon Pillar Retexture by Alaisiagae: Adds glowmaps to the propylon pillar text, adding some nice visual variety.
By DeninaI never liked the vanilla layout of the Ebonheart, Imperial Chapel. It was way smaller than the exterior portrayed and it made no sense to have everyone in the same room where the religious services were held.
This is a bit larger on the exterior and interior (though if it's any more logical is up for debate). When you enter, you'll notice a corridor. To your immediate left is a room with the trainer, merchants and quest givers. The door leading to the downstairs sleeping area is also in this new room.
Downstairs, the sleeping area is more restful. It's slightly darker and no NPCs down there. You still need to be a member of the Imperial Cult to sleep in those beds though.
At the end of the corridor is the chapel and that is its only purpose (just like any other chapel in our nook of the universe). Lalatia Varian can still be found there.
I also included an update to my Soul Gems for Sale mod. If you already use the original SGfS and you decide to use the Redo mod, then switch out the Soul Gems esp files and use the one in this file instead.
For those who don't know anything about my Soul Gems for Sale mod, I've included the original read me for that mod because it's basically the same except the location of the container with the soul gems for sale in Imperial Chapel is relocated to the main room with the enchanter merchant. Nothing else was changed.
That's it. Enjoy!