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General Rommel

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#1 12 years ago

My Brother just got Morrowind for the Xbox and he has no idea what to do, neither do I! Please tell us where to start and where to go... I'm confused... All hes doing right now is getting hit with a woman and her purse because he's stealing things...




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#2 12 years ago

Did u listen to what the ppl said when they released u into morrowind? take the silt strider (the big bug thing not to hard to notice) to Balmora. Talk to ppl at the South Wall Corner Club (on the south wall DUH!) If u cant find it ask some1 in Balmora where it is(cause i cant remember if its on the east or west side i just know how to get there somehow) Then ask the guy on the top floor about "Casius Coccadus" (i think thats how u spell it) He will tell u to go out side, turn right ,walk up the stairs, turn left then goto the house on the end of the street. Go inside and tell casius u were supposed to "Report to Casius Coccadus" He will tell u what to do from there. Im really good in Morrowind so just ask me for help if u need it. Just look at the picture and caption next to my name :) ps: b4 u leave Seyda Neen to goto Balmora travel a bit northeast/west(i cant remember just go a half mile each way) until u see a guy fall out of the sky. he has a really nice sword.




General Rommel

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#3 12 years ago

Ommgg my brother killed everyone in that town :9




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#4 12 years ago

Well good for you! Killing is fun! I would practise it regualry! But besides the point if you really want detailed explanation on what to do in the game just go to www.gamefaqs.com or to www.neoseeker.com and then look for Morrowind on search bar...I'm sure you've been there before maybe for some help on other games right? So you don't need me to explain how to use the website...you can find most of your answers there.




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#5 12 years ago

He's going to have a difficult, if not impossible, time completing the game by going on killing sprees. There are a lot of people critical for quests...




X_DragonSlayer_X

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#6 12 years ago

Oh your no fun...the best way to learn who not to kill is to kill them in the first place! Trial and Error...the best learning experiance...if not the most frustrating especially if you screwed the main quest up by killing someone that even though didn't have message saying something like "reload your last save game to avoid the destruction you have caused" still is required to be alive to finish the main quest.(as far as I know from personal experiance) Yes I've done it before...and it really pissed me off...but now I know not to kill that person...Baladas or something was it...the guy in that stupid dome thing in Gnisis... Too many people all critical to the main quest...I say create another character and just kill everyone...ahh...good times




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#7 12 years ago
X_DragonSlayer_XOh your no fun...the best way to learn who not to kill is to kill them in the first place! Trial and Error...the best learning experiance...if not the most frustrating especially if you screwed the main quest up by killing someone that even though didn't have message saying something like "reload your last save game to avoid the destruction you have caused" still is required to be alive to finish the main quest.(as far as I know from personal experiance) Yes I've done it before...and it really pissed me off...but now I know not to kill that person...Baladas or something was it...the guy in that stupid dome thing in Gnisis... Too many people all critical to the main quest...I say create another character and just kill everyone...ahh...good times

Rampages are fun, I do them from time to time in both Morrowind and Oblivion, but I save before, and reload after.




X_DragonSlayer_X

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#8 12 years ago

Indeed, very good strategy, I should have done that too before I decided to kill the guy...hehe...but it was an Imperial Legion quest where I had to find this orc chick and rescue her from the tower. Lets Just say Baladas didn't like me much and I didn't have enough money to bribe him to give her up, so I killed him outright not knowing that you need to get his approval to become Telvanni's Horator in the main quest...next time I'll just have a seperate copy file and use that one as my "Murderous Rampage" Character file...




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#9 12 years ago

if u get to balmora and u go to talk to casius and there is no "report to casius" conversation starter go back to seyda neen and talk to the guy in gold armor where u got released, talk about everything and u should recieve directions and a package. for starting money go into the trade house upstairs, dont buy anything yet ... talk to the guy at the top of the stairs , he tells u todo spy on somebody, do it by going up to the lighthouse (right up the top) and sleeping till its night. watch the guy he told u to spy, he should go into the little swap with a treestump, wait till he goes and does his sh!t there and then work your way over to it and press the open/use button and money and shitll b in there, take it all. you should have given back the ring to him before youve done this mission as you can steal it back :P now dont go givening that other phool his share in the money! now dont go taking orders from caius (speeling) as the mission is really hard for the first time you do it.

some more advice, dont go buying anything iron because its junky. silver longsword or claymore are best, invest in invisiblity, levitate, and self healing spells as they are the most used spells. dont go spending 10grand on pre-made destruction spells, just go out to some ruins and find yourself some decent weaponry and/or go talk to somebody that you can make your own spell with) and most of all DONT USE grand soulgems unless your catching a golden saint, for everything else just use your standard soul gem because your going to need the grand soul gems later in the game (*constant effect*)




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#10 12 years ago

use grand souls on acended sleepers too. they give constant effects.




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