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The goal of Unique Landscapes is to diversify the entire environment of Cyrodiil. From the mythic swamps of the Blackwood, to the soaring heights of Stendaar Valley. They are all unique, diverse, and thoroughly employ the skills and talents of the Unique Landscapes modders. But what of the coast lines? They remain unchanged, unaltered, and unsatisfactory. While Oblivion is an amazing game, with stunning scenery, the beaches are dead, lonely, and thoroughly displeasing. That is where Unique landscapes: Beaches of Cyrodiil comes in.
The Lost Coast spans from Anvil, and continues on as far north as the Cyrodiil border. It is the first in the series of immense unique landscape mods. It can be broken down into 3 major segments:
Anvil Cliffscapes: The anvil cliffscapes are a precursor to the Cliffs of Anvil. They are the transition phase from the lost coast to the Cliffs of Anvil. At their highest point, they are nearly 60 feet tall, and are the home fo a vast ecosystem of plants and animals.
The Lost Coast: The wide, long strip of beach known as the Lost Coast is the crown point of Beaches of Cyrodiil: The Lost Coast. It is, in places, nearly 100 feet from the water to the end of the sand. It is littered with driftwood, and dunes. Although it is wide and open, you can't help but feel secluded from the world as you walk down the beach.
Oyster Bay: The old seaside town of Oyster Bay was once a prominant, wealthy town of pearl farmers. A long time ago, on a cold, foggy morning, a group of pirate ships came to this town, in search of its wealth. The town was overrun, and everybody was killed. The town was raided, the oysters were gathered for the pirates' continual use, and the buildings burnt to the ground. All that remains is a ruined town, and a few of the highly productive oysters.
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