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The Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon
Game Description:The second expansion for the popular first-person roleplaying game The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind for PC takes you to the frozen Island of Solstheim where the Empire is establishing a new mining colony -- a venture being threatened by the prophecy of the Bloodmoon and rumors of werewolves. Your journey north from Vvardenfell by ship will bring you to a whole new world, where the ashlands and rainy coasts of Morrowind give way to forests and hills covered with snow and ice. In the huge wilderness of Solstheim you'll experience snow, blizzards, and new creatures, including frost trolls, ice minions, and wolves, just to name a few.
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  • The World Of Skyrim: Beginner's Guide To The People And Places Of Elder Scrolls 5

    The Elder Scrolls is a big series set in a big world. Look at it like this: the massive chunks we got to explore in Morrowind and Oblivion, and that we'll get to explore in this Friday's Skyrim, combine together to form roughly half of one continent, Tamriel, in the larger world of Nirn. It's a tremendous mythology that Bethesda Softworks has...

    Posted November 10, 2011

    The World Of Skyrim: Beginner's Guide To The People And Places Of Elder Scrolls 5
  • Minecraft "Scrolls" Case Going To Court

    When last we heard of the conflict between Minecraft creator Notch's company Mojang and Bethesda, Notch had challenged Bethesda to a friendly game of Quake 3 to settle the matter of whether his company could call their upcoming game "Scrolls." Apparently, Bethesda does not feel this is an adequate solution to the problem... or they're...

    Posted September 27, 2011

    Minecraft "Scrolls" Case Going To Court
  • More Rumors About Bethesda's MMO, Even Though It's Nothing Really New

    It's not news that ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks and now id Software, is working on an MMO. The company has been hiring at ZeniMax Online to develop a "next-generation MMO" for some time. But the continued legal battles between Interplay and Bethesda over the rights to the Fallout brand have brought some...

    Posted January 20, 2010

    More Rumors About Bethesda's MMO, Even Though It's Nothing Really New
  • Bethesda Assures Fans Elder Scrolls V Is Coming...Eventually

    Todd Howard's comments at QuakeCon last week -- at least, how we once understood them -- ruffled some feathers. I passed on some reporting done by Big Download this morning, who said Howard remarked that The Elder Scrolls V was not currently in development at Bethesda. Those comments were taken by some to mean Bethesda had moved on from Elder...

    Posted August 17, 2009

    Bethesda Assures Fans Elder Scrolls V Is Coming...Eventually
  • UPDATED: Bethesda Isn't Developing Elder Scrolls 5, Won't Rule Out MMO

    Updated 5:22pm: Bethesda has since clarified these comments, promising a new Elder Scrolls are coming eventually, even if it's not coming anytmie soon. As someone who just became introduced to Bethesda Softworks' through Fallout 3, I've been curious to see if I could get into the next Elder Scrolls game, despite not being a fan of the fantasy...

    Posted August 17, 2009

    UPDATED: Bethesda Isn't Developing Elder Scrolls 5, Won't Rule Out MMO

 


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