The Emperor of Tamriel asks you to investigate the strange case. Lysandus, the King of Daggerfall, died on the field of battle, but his spirit did not rest, and still haunts Daggerfall city... See full summary »
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The Emperor of Tamriel asks you to investigate the strange case. Lysandus, the King of Daggerfall, died on the field of battle, but his spirit did not rest, and still haunts Daggerfall city. Also he wants you to retrieve and destroy the his letter to the queen of Daggerfall. He sent it several years ago, but it never arrived. You board the ship, and incredibly ferocious storm throws you to some cavern with sealed exit and corridor leading into the depth. Find your way out and try to do as your Emperor orders. Written by Aliaksei Hayeu <alex_de_guy@tut.by>

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Return again to the world of Tamriel

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Followed by The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (2002) See more »

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A VERY deep game.
7 April 2003 | by (Tacoma, Washington) – See all my reviews

This game was revolutionary when it was released back in '96, and it still is much much deeper than most games released today.

It had unbelievable amount of potential, and it achieved alot of it, but there were some flaws holding it back.

If you can play games that don't have high-resolution, 3d accelerated graphics, then this game is worth trying out just to see how much depth an RPG can hold.

Overall: 9.5/10


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