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CyberRaptor

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#1 12 years ago

Do items dropped in the wilderness disappear after a certain period of time, or do they stay there indefinitely?




Diabolic

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#2 12 years ago

Morrowind or Oblivion? From my expiriences, it seems as if the items do not dissapear, no matter where they are placed.




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#3 12 years ago

On, Oblivion if you drop something, it will never disapear.




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#4 12 years ago
Inner DemonMorrowind or Oblivion? From my expiriences, it seems as if the items do not dissapear, no matter where they are placed.

Well, Oblivion of course. Are there people who still play Morrowind?




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#5 12 years ago

Quite alot of peopel actually, just look at the state of most major oblivion forums




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#6 12 years ago

Morrowind is still a great game, I just don't feel like buying a 360 or upgrading my computer, Morrowind, I feel, is better then Oblivion. the storyline I like more




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#7 12 years ago

i play morrowind. i think morrowind is better. but anyways back on topic. droped items do "disapear". they only dissapear if an npc picks it up. and well, u could always get it back ;)




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#8 12 years ago

I just don't see why anyone would still play Morrowind. It's inferior to Oblivion in almost every way. Oblivion is leaps and bounds ahead in technology: Ragdoll physics, Radiant AI, support for HDR and Bloom, and graphics in general that leave Morrowind in the dark ages. Morrowind was a great game for it's time, but Oblivion has all the things that Morrowind was lacking, essentially making it the perfect sequel. The only catch is the massive hardware demands, and the occasional glitch. Some people seem to argue that Morrowind had a better storyline. Come on...who really plays the Elder Scrolls games for the main quest story? The strength of these games lies in their freeform gameplay. There's so much else to see and do that one doesn't even need to complete the main quest to enjoy the game. The way I look at it, playing Morrowind is like using version 1.0 of a program when version 2.0 is out and there's no reason not to update.




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#9 12 years ago

^I agree with you but aren't we going off topic?




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#10 12 years ago

Actually, items do disappear. Not by themselves, if you leave them long enough. Someone will pick them up, it's a better way of just making them go away.




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