Elder Scrolls III: Bloodmoon (2003)

Video Game  |  Action, Fantasy  |  4 June 2003 (USA)
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A frozen island. A blood-red moon. An ancient evil.

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Cast overview:
Jeff Baker ...
Ondjage / Falx Carius / Saenus Lusius / Carnius Magius / Falco Galenus / Male Dunmers / Male Imperials (voice)
Jonathan Bryce ...
Hircine / Korst Wind-Eye / Tharsten Heart-Fang / Rolf Long-Tooth / Uncle Sweetshare / Male Nords / Male Khajiits / Male Argonians (voice)
Female Nords (voice)
Shari Elliker ...
Gaea Artoria / Female Imperials (voice)
Linda Canyon ...
Female Dunmers (voice) (as Linda Kenyon)


An Expansion to the popular Role-Playing game Morrowind, this product adds the frozen island of Solstheim to the game. Few brave souls willingly make the journey to this snowy island, thinking that only the raw mineral deposits are of any value. However, the Nord population of the island knows the truth - the Hunter is returning, and the Bloodmoon will soon rise.... Written by Chris

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A tribute to plot history
26 January 2006 | by (Japan) – See all my reviews

The guys at Bethesda have always had great story lines and Bloodmoon is no exception. Unlike Tribunal, Bloodmoon's plot does not involve game impairing ninja's around every turn. It adds another dimension to the game, werewolves. Werewolves have more too them than vampires did. They have their own movie when you transform, they can jump high, and attack well. Another bonus are the new movies. The original Morrowind had about 3 movies. Bloodmoon has a movie for about every quest. Bloodmoon opens up a whole new region with new opportunities. The only problem I noticed was how hard it was to get there. You can not take the standard silt strider and there is only 1 boat to get there. Along with the travel problems, with the exception of Raven Rock there is not Inter island transport, which means that you must walk every where. Then again, this give you more opportunities to explore the beautiful, fulfilling Bloodmoon experience.

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