The Elder cheap wow gold Scrolls series from Bethesda Softworks began in 1994 with the release of the first game in the series, Arena. The series is largely set on the fantasy world of Nim, on the continent of Tamriel, with some excursions to other dimensions, and is a role playing game. Magic is a common element of the series, although players tend not to be limited to the pure types of classes, such as fighters, mages or thieves, often seen in pen and paper role playing games. The game world itself is extensively detailed, with a lot of history and legends.
Arena was the first game in the Elder Scrolls series and was released in 1994. The Emperor Uriel Septim VII has been betrayed by the Imperial Battlemage, Jagar Tharn, and imprisoned in a realm of Tharn's own creation. The official game and patches are available from Bethesda, with both the 1.06 floppy disc release and the 1.07 CD release with the cut scene audio. Playing this version of the game may require the use of an emulator, such as DOSBox, on newer systems.
The second game in the series, released in 1996, Daggerfall is set in the provinces of High Rock and Hammerfell. The player travels around High Rock and Hammerfell, finding the King's murderer, and freeing the King's spirit, as well as attempting to find a letter to the Emperor that has been lost. The official release and patches are available from Bethesda, and unofficial releases with all official and unofficial patches are available. The game also requires and emulator such as DOSBox, which is included in an unofficial release.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
Morrowind is the third game in the main Elder Scrolls series, and was released in 2002. Morrowind is once again set in Tamriel, in the province of Morrowind, on the island of Vvardenfell. The central plot and main quest of the game revolves around the reincarnation of a Dunmer (Dark Elf) hero, Indoril Nerevar, known as The Nerevarine (the player) and the defeat of the demigod Dagoth Ur and his followers, as foretold in the Morrowind Prophecy. Players can pick their race, gender and starsign, and either pick a class or have one assigned through answering various questions. Consequently, it is possible for a game of Morrowind to be vastly improved over the original 2002 release. Tribunal is set mainly in the capital of Morrowind, the city of Mournhold, which is on the mainland of Morrowind, rather than the island of Vvardenfell. There are two possible colonies to support, and as with the main Bloodmoon quest, there are different actions required depending on which colony is supported.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
Oblivion is the fourth game in the main Elder Scrolls series, and was released in 2006. The object of the main quest is to find the last heir to the throne and defeat the head of the Mythic Dawn and stop Mehrunes Dagon from coming through into Tamriel. Custom character classes may be created. NPCs now follow schedules, and some may be found in many different places. The object of the quest is to recover the relics armour and weapons of the Divine Crusader. Any new locations added are all used in the quest itself. Going through the portal, after swimming out to the island, will transport the player to Sheogorath's realm. As well as the main quest, there are also a number of unconnected side quests that may also be done, and various locations unconnected to any quest that can be explored. This expansion is substantially bigger than the Knights of the Nine. The capital was conquered by Titus Mede, who began a new dynasty. The provinces of Elsweyr, Black Marsh, the Summerset Isles and Valenwood secede from the Empire. NPCs are less rigidly programmed, and can interact with the world in a more unique fashion than seen in previous titles. The modding community that has created mods for both Morrowind and Oblivion has also already created many mods, again fixing problems and adding depth to the game.
DawnguardDawnguard was the first major official add on for Skyrim and was released in 2012. This is set in Skyrim, and features a conflict between vampires and their opponents the Dawnguard. You can either choose to join the vampires or the Dawnguard, and the quests you can do are affected by this decision, as is the end result of the Main Quest line. The vampires are the new, more powerful Vampire Lords, not the regular vampires seen in the game from contracting the disease Porphyric Hemophilia. By choosing to join the side of the vampires, the player can transform into a Vampire Lord when desired.
HearthfireThe second official add on for Skyrim, Hearthfire, which was also released in 2012, is rather different to the major add ons for any of the Elder Scrolls games. This add on allows the player to build from scratch a total of three homes in different locations, as well as furnish and equip them. The ground where the houses will be built also needs purchasing from the relevant Thane. New tools allow raw materials into the necessary materials and furnishings.
DragonbornThe third and final official add on for Skyrim, Dragonborn, which was released either at the end of 2012 or the beginning of 2013, depending on the platform, is set on the island of Solstheim, which was originally visited in the Morrowind add on, Bloodmoon. Unlike Bloodmoon, the theme of this add on is dragons, not werewolves. It also adds a new land, Solstheim, albeit one that has been visited before. Like Dawnguard, there are new dragon shouts added, but probably the most significant addition is the ability to ride dragons, once the last quest in the Main Quest series of Dragonborn is completed.
Battlespire was released in 1997, and is the first and only game in the series, An Elder Scrolls Legend. It was initially planned to expand Daggerfall, but was eventually released as a standalone game. Rather than being set in Tamriel, the Battlespire is located between Oblivion and Mundus. The game was designed with a multiplayer online option which, although no longer supported by GameSpy Arcade, can still be played through Kali.
The Elder Scrolls AdventuresReleased in 1998, is the first, and to date only, game released in The Elder Scrolls Adventures series. is set in the year 864 of the Second Era. The player plays the part of Cyrus, a who returns to the island of Stros M'Kai off the coast of Hammerfell, in search of his missing sister, Iszara. After working his way through the various sub quests, Cyrus must eventually defeat Lord Richton. features a much more linear plot than is typical in Elder Scrolls games, rather than the usual more open ended role playing. There are also less NPCs than can be seen in the main games. can be run on Windows through an emulator such as DOSBox. No official patches were ever released by Bethesda for the game.
The Elder Scrolls: Travels is a series of mobile Elder Scrolls games, that work with Java enabled mobile phones, or the Nokia N Gage. The Travels games are much more limited in size, graphics and sound than the normal games, due to the platforms they are published on. was the first TES Travels game released in 2003. Set in prison, in the province of Black Marsh, the player must kill the mad warden, Quintus Varus, and escape. is the second Travels games, and was released in 2004. The final object of the quest is to stop an invasion of by various enemies, culminating in an attack by Gehenot Thriceborn.