Morrowind. I used some mods to change range of sight and improve graphics a little, and then 'walked' upwards thanks to some low-lewel levitation spell for abou Morrowind
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Morrowind. I used some mods to change range of sight and improve graphics a little, and then 'walked' upwards thanks to some low-lewel levitation spell for abou

I used some mods to change range of sight and improve graphics a little, and then 'walked' upwards thanks to some low-lewel levitation spell for about fifteen minutes. This is the result. I have a few more pictures showing Morrowind from different perspective, if you'll like it. The picture was taken above Balmora.

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Views: 2641 Submitted: 01/07/2013
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#6 - nargogh [OP]
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(01/07/2013) [-]
othagovna - I was thinking about making a trip to the Solstheim for example and then trying to make another photos. I would probably catch the whole Morrowind on that pictures.
#7 - anon
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(01/08/2013) [-]
**** man, you just reminded me that i never actually installed morrowind on my new pc. i bet i can actually run it at a playable frame rate with some of these graphics mods now.

heh, you just improved my day ten-fold.
#5 - evilwheatleycore
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(01/07/2013) [-]
I miss you...
#3 - othagovna
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(01/07/2013) [-]
It would be pretty interesting to see some more pictures of Morrowind from way up above it like this.

Personally, (if I had copy of the game for PC) I'd try to create a few panoramic images of the whole island from above the center-most point of the island, but from different altitudes to try to get good views of it all in different levels of detail.
#2 - Shaostoul
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(01/07/2013) [-]
Interesting seeing Morrowind from a isometric view. Cool stuff!
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