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Hearthfire

Hearthfire

Hey everyone,

I know that the mod is still in a very early state but I still wanted to share one of my ideas. I really enjoyed the Hearthfire DLC in Skyrim so I thought; why not in Skywind?

My idea is that you can do some small quests in Morrowind for all (or one) of the great houses and than buy a plot of land and build your own house. But not in the Skyrim-style but a more Morrowindish style. I know it wasn't in Morrowind but the idea of Skywind is to make Morrowind better and modern using the Skyrim engine, so why not take more advances of the new engine by remaking Hearthfire?

 

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I dont know ANYthing about

I dont know ANYthing about how hard this would be to implement, but I already had a similar thought. That the only thing I would miss from skyrim is that ability. I do recall though in morrowind you can build a fortress. Perhaps they could expand on that more. 

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I dont know ANYthing about

either way, I would deffanitly love that idea, if they were able to pull it off :)

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Are you trolling? that WAS in

Are you trolling? that WAS in Morrowind. Once you reached the top of one of the houses, you purchased the deed for a plot of land and then did quests to construct a player home based on the style of whatever house you belonged to.

http://www.uesp.net/wiki/Morrowind:Stronghold

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Really?! I'm playing

Really?! I'm playing Morrowind currently but I'm waiting with the Great houses Questline till the end. That's awesome and sorry for not doing enough research :)