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One of the best improvements would be the Journal log categorising option, where you can clearly identify unfinished quests and not have to flip through your 200 page journal like crazy. That would be the one main reason I install Tribunal. The other reason is the acquisition of 2 of the most powerful weapons in the expansion. In terms of gameplay, the main quests in Tribunal are more focused, tightly located and well-paced, with a handful of dedicated quest givers, thus minimizing travelling fuss a great deal, compared to the original game, where travelling is hell. I would say Tribunal is a breather for Morrowind fans who find quest-running in the main game tiring and chaotic, where your operations are confined to a more dedicated game area called Mournhold, compared to the intimidating map of Vvardenfell. Combat is harder though, and you may need prized items from the original game to beef you up for the powerful liches and constructs here, not forgetting a god too. Some of the enemies use paralyzing effects, which brings a lot of frustration and pain, so stock up on resist paralyzing stuff. If you don't mind the linear quests, it's a good expansion.
If you are like me and play ESO for the narrative and to enjoy Tamriel, I would recommend this unless you want to get value in your purchase. It is small for an MMO "Expansion" and not much different in size from the Orsinium DLC, which was much cheaper at launch considering the crown discounts available at the time. The visuals are greatly improved, though lava still looks awkward in the game. The volcano looks great in the distance. As always, I enjoy the voice acting. I haven't finished the main quest, but it feels very anti-climactic so far after the epic main story quest. It might actually make more sense to play the Morrowind DLC first as just some adventurer before you go to the main game and become someone singularly special in Tamriel. I only pre-ordered the upgrade as I have been playing since PC beta testing. There was an additional discount I believe when I bought it, so I paid a little over 31US. Morrowind also continues the development in the Thieve's Guild DLC of more three-dimensional cities where you need to pay attention where you are going to get from point A to point B. I am a fan of that development. I created 2 warden characters, but ended up returning to my main to play through the content to consolidate achievements and to continue to accumulate champion points (I'm at 531 as I type). Since I have leveled all classes to max level, I will return to at least one of the wardens, as I enjoy trying new play styles. I have no interest in battlegrounds and have not yet visited them. Perhaps I will at some point for an achievement.
i buy all my games on steam i just now found out about this website but i do enjoy it but anyways the elder scrolls online game in itself is a great way to explore the large seemingly endless land of Tamrial murdering and robbing at your hearts content but be ready for even more exploration only in real life as you dig through all your furniture old wallets purses what ever you have for another 60$ so you can explore what a good majority came to experience again the imperial city now with pvp as advertised only now are they ever so nicely making us pay 80% to have the 4 main dlc no no now they want you to have to pay for a monthly member ship that in the long run will cost you more than for just paying for the dlc and don't forget the countless hours of running you will get until you have enough to buy a horse that is trash or spend another 20 and get a mount and with the map the game the mount lets see oh yes the dark brotherhood the thefts guild the other part of the map that was dlc the Morrowind upgrade the eso plus member ship that comes to around 103$ you know not to much for a game that needs major improvements now don't get me wrong i love the game it run great on my toaster of a pc it looks great it brings back fond memories and it does cost alot for the servers and maintaining them but they are making it cost so much i haven't been able to afford the whole map cause the cost for that is 40$ alone and if you want a good house and don't wanna spend hours farming that's another 40 your inventory is smaller than the amount of dwemer alive and if you sell stolen goods you have a limit on how many you can sell the guards are un-killable and that's about all my complaints but this is my opinion maybe you like spending a lot on the game i don't know but i love the game its just expensive but you make your own decision and tell me if you enjoyed it i am
The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind takes you to known and loved land of Morrowind but be warned as it's a different time period we knew from the part three of the saga. Not to mention is considerably smaller than it was presented in the original game. Nevertheless it's still good old Elder Scrolls Online so expect a lot of fun. Solid expansion to a good game.
What is great about this add-on is that if you didn't play The Elder Scrolls Online, you can buy this edition, because it contains vanilla version (without other expansions) and Morrowind expansion. Graphics didn't get major overhaul and it is all about the content or rather grabbing on people nostalgia, and it works to the degree. While it is nice we return to Morrowind, sadly, it is not 1:1 recreation and map is much smaller. The biggest addition is Warden and he is incredibly fun class to play, but he is not easy to master. If you never played TESO and you are afraid you won't have anyone to play with, the good news is that TESO for an MMO is pretty great for solo play and you don't need other people and enjoy the game by yourself, you won't miss anything and that's rare for an MMO. Overall, pretty solid expansion, but it could've been much bigger. Still, it is nice return to Morrowind and lenght is not that bad (around 20 hours) and since there is vanilla also, you can't go wrong with it. If you want to jump in and check out what's all the fuss about, there will be no better moment to check this game out.
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