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The hidden secrets of The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind – Eurogamer.net

You can check out about their wild, but strong conclusions here. During his run on Morrowind, Bullock was included in realising a range of locations, creating properties for structures like the Lighthouse of Seyda Neen, The Governor’s Mansion of Caldera and the Dragon Statue found at the harbour of Ebonheart. Bullock was just about half an hour away from Downtown D.C. while working on Morrowind, which suggested he had easy access to Smithsonian exhibitions and some “great” non-mainstream bookstores. Bullock also left other treasures, like Daedric armour, dotted all across Vvardenfell, “for gamers who truly were going to take the time to check out every nook and cranny,” he states. “I don’t know of anyone who worked on an Elder Scrolls title, and Morrowind in specific, who has actually not felt it getting under the skin,” Bullock tells me.

You can read about their wild, but solid conclusions here. Throughout his run on Morrowind, Bullock was included in realising a variety of locations, designing possessions for structures like the Lighthouse of Seyda Neen, The Governor’s Mansion of Caldera and the Dragon Statue found at the harbour of Ebonheart. “I do not know of anyone who worked on an Elder Scrolls title, and Morrowind in particular, who has actually not felt it getting under the skin,” Bullock tells me.

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