What Goes HereEdit
- For policies and guidelines on documenting mods, see UESPWiki:Mod.
This namespace is also used for articles on official Bethesda material primarily of interest to modders (e.g. Construction Set and Engine Bugs), and alternative game engines (e.g. OpenMW).
Alternative Game EnginesEdit
- OpenMW — A ground-up, open-source reimplementation of a Morrowind engine along modern principles, and usable on Mac OS and Linux as well as MS Windows. It requires the original Morrowind game files (but does not use its executables, and has its own configuration file). Is compatible with Tribunal, Bloodmoon, and all other official expansions and plugins. It is also compatible with most third-party mods, though not all of them (it has stricter code parsing than Bethesda's original engine, so script errors that Morrowind.exe would ignore may cause OpenMW to fail to compile a mod's scripts, or occasionally to crash). For known working and non-working mods, see the Mod Status page at the OpenMW wiki for details on mod compatibility. OpenMW has its own mod file format, .omwaddon, though it also reads the original .esp, .esm, and .bsa formats. Also has its own savegame format; it cannot be used with vanilla savegames, though there is an importing process. As of 2017, it is in long-term beta testing, and is fully playable, including all quests, factions, classes, races, and birthsigns.
- TES3MP — A fork of OpenMW that provides multiplayer functionality. It allows players to connect to public servers or set up their own servers. Just like the singleplayer game, TES3MP allows for various gameplay modifications that can be implemented through the enforcement of a loadout of clientside mods, or through serverside scripting or through a combination of both.
- New Lands
- Morrowind Code Patch — Attempts to fix everything that can't be fixed by the Construction Set
- Morrowind Patch Project — A collaborative effort to fix many of the bugs, oversights, and annoyances in Morrowind and its expansions
- Patch for Purists — Another, actively developed bug fixing compilation, alternatively used instead of the above Morrowind Patch Project. These two patches are mutually incompatible.
- Developer Mods — Mods created by the games developers
- LGNPC — A community-based project to add individuality to NPC dialogues
- Living Cities — Living Cities of Vvardenfell adds schedules to many of the NPCs in Vvardenfell. Project page for bug reports, proposals, and/or technical information.
- Morrowind Overhaul — A comprehensive compilation of many popular and "essential" mods that (as the name suggests) completely overhaul the graphics, sound, and gameplay of Morrowind. Planned to be released in two packages that affect graphics/sound and gameplay respectively. The first is already out, the second is currently being worked on. Fully compatible with Tamriel Rebuilt.
- Morrowind Rebirth — Morrowind Rebirth is a total overhaul for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind with the aim to enhance the gameplay by balancing certain aspects of the game, and by giving the player more to see and do. It is mostly compatible with Tamriel Rebuilt.
Lists and ComparisonsEdit
- Modification — Information about installation and management of player-created mods
- Modding — Technical information about creating your own mods for Morrowind
- MOD-Morrowind Subforum — A place on the UESP forums for discussions and questions about the CS and mods for Morrowind