This is just a discussion about what's theoretically possible. No, I don't actually have Morroblivion in Tamriel Worldspace, and I'm about the last person you should ask. But! I do believe it should be possible, using Onra's Tamriel Heightmaps, aka Tamriel World Map Project, or TWMP. It seems Onra used actual heightmap data derived directly from TES III Morrowind by TESAnnwyn for the islands of Vvardenfell and Solstheim. I'm a latecomer to all this, but I imagine the Morroblivion heightmap was more or less also derived this way. The result for TWMP is something that's not "to scale" but is the same size as TES III's heightmap. This is not a guess. We can show this looking at Onra's actual heightmap and this helpful comparison between TES III and TES IV heightmaps, also derived from TESAnnwyn's heightmaps (Source. The "Vvardenfell 2x" stuff is irrelevant for our purposes). I took the Cyrodiil and Vvardenfell heightmap image, pasted it over the TWMP heightmap image, and scaled it so TESAnnwyn Cyrodiil was the same size as TWMP Cyrodiil. I then repositioned the proportionally scaled TESAnnwyn Vvardenfell over the TWMP Vvardenfell (I did NOT scale it again!), and lo: I'm sure the technical challenges of moving a large province mod from one worldspace to another are not to be lightly dismissed. Again I'm the last person one should ask to actually undertake this. But if the TWMP heightmap for Vvardenfell is not only the same size as the Morroblivion heightmap, but like Morroblivion is also derived directly from TES III's heightmap, then that's at the very least good news for such an undertaking. TWMP and Morroblivion were developed at around the same time, so I'm prepared to be humbled and told that this idea was considered and dismissed for very good reasons. Otherwise, do with this info what you will.
Sat, 10/20/2018 - 18:54#1
TWMP Morroblivion (Morroblivion in Tamriel Worldspace)
Edited by: 1Mac on 10/20/2018 - 18:56