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  1. I've never uesed W10 or played in windowed borderless mode, so take what I'm about to say with a grain of salt. But years ago I used to keep a small program open in the background (I used Notepad for this). For some reason this always used to allow me to easily alt-tab out of Morrowind and Oblivion. It might be worth a try.
  2. Starfield has been delayed.
  3. Bethesda can't catch a break. When they don't update their games, people complain. But when they do update their games, people complain anyway.
  4. Ha! I guessed what was coming even before the fiddle began playing. I bought the soundtrack on CD back in the 90's. I love this tune and have listened to it more times than I can count. It is "Promentory" from Last of the Mohicans.
  5. It has been argued by a few folks over the years that Uriel Septim's dream and his speculation that the gods have placed us in the cell can be seen as a form of prophesy, a kind of quasi-chosen one trope in disguise. I have always believed the developers intended this to be deliberately ambiguous. We can choose to regard it as merely a dream, or as something more significant. It is one of the few instances of good writing to be found in the main quest, in my opinion.
  6. There aren't enough Draugr in that dungeon, Sah. But seriously, nice work. I felt exhausted by the time I finished watching that video. I would have had to lie down and take a long rest after that was over. It was intense.
  7. Yes, it's the landscape that always pulls me back into the game. I love the rolling wooded hills of the Great Forest area. In more recent years I've begun to appreciate the Gold Coast as well.
  8. Hey, don't feel bad. I began to get Elder Scrolls games mixed up immediately after Oblivion was released. Before Oblivion came out, Bethesda's forums were mainly just forums to discuss Morrowind. I took me awhile to get used to the fact that there were now forums for another game. I would give Morrowind advice to Oblivion questions, forgetting which forum I was in. So I think I know exactly how you feel.
  9. From the readme: "In order to actually begin the main quest, you will need to travel the road from the IC to Chorrol. At Fort Ash, there will be a dead adventurer's corpse near the road which has a letter from Baurus along with the Amulet of Kings. Picking up the letter begins the MQ with you assuming the role of the dead adventurer. Read the letter to understand the situation, which will allow for you to slip seamlessly into the role."
  10. I probably shouldn't answer your question because vanilla Oblivion isn't my favorite Elder Scrolls game. However, a few gameplay-changing mods such as Maskar's Oblivion Overhaul, Running Revised, Realistic Leveling, Less Annoying Magic Experience (or Av Latta Magicka), Enhanced Economy and Birthsigns Expanded - to name just a few - turn Oblivion into one of my favorite games by any developer.
  11. I bet he loves to play tug-of-war with that!
  12. I use KS Hairdos too. It's a great mod, but I found it offered too many choices for me to keep track of during a typical character creation session. Immersive KS Hairdos did not exist yet so I was forced to do the hatchet job myself. I play female characters so I deleted the male hairs and whittled the number of female hairs down to about 150. My feeble memory can just about keep track of that number when making a new character. I appreciate the enormous effort involved in compiling all these hairstyles into one mod and, in theory, I like having such a wide variety. But, in practice, by the time I viewed 876 hairstyles I would forget which ones I liked and which ones I didn't. I also dislike loading data that I know I'm never going to use. So, for me, it was worth 12+ hours in the CK. My severely truncated version has been essential in my games ever since.
  13. That's a really cool idea. I'm going to do that the next time I use Campfire.
  14. I agree with this. I always take LOOT's recommendations as the first step in arranging my load orders, not the final step.
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