48 thoughts on “Superiority complex: the fanbase”

  1. I see more threads screaming "STOP LIKING MORROWIND" than the opposite. I’m a Morrowindhomosexual, but I’m fine with Oblivion and Skyrim and New Vegas too. Daggerfall’s also fine. I don’t know what more you want, you sensitive little homosexual.

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  2. It’s true that it’s not the perfect game, it lacks ragdolls after all. Imagine if when you killed someone with a mega fireball they shot off into the sky, or if you hit someone with a warhammer when you had 9999999 strength the ragdoll flew back 50 feet and slammed into a wall. THAT would be the perfect game.

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    • ragdolls could make it better but I still prefer Morrowind’s lack of item placement physics, because it makes it so much easier to autistically decorate

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      • I wouldn’t want that either, Morrowind’s collision for objects is really inaccurate, like when you stand on a rock and you’re halfway clipping inside of it.

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        • OpenMW i’ve noticed has fixed a lot of the issues with the old engine, but because its still in development, there’s still a few issues remaining, like falling through walls and doors sometimes.

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    • >start watching video at work
      >5 minutes in
      >Skyrim is bad because… Caius Cosades tells you to ignore the main quest and go do side quests!
      >close video
      I’ve played about 1000 hours of Morrowind and I still think Morrowind fanboys are a fucking embarassment. They’re a bunch of simpletons who can’t even explain why they like Morrowind without attacking Oblivion and Skyrim. Or attacking Todd Howard, which is odd considering he was the creative director on Morrowind too.

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      • what i can do in Morrowind is fairly limitless, sure it’s not flashy but there’s more options
        i can augment my ability to leap around, i can outright hex my body and soar around without ever touching the ground, i can use swords, maces, and even spears, i can leave the main landmass and go be a werewolf in a snowy wasteland where i help construct an entire town, i can meticulously drag items out of my inventory and place them into the world decorating my living spaces like some kinda animal crossing like game
        it just, does the things, it does them well, 20 years later it’s still doing it, i can jump on multiplayer servers now if i want to do it with others

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      • If you watch any TES "retrospective" they’re going to bring up other games in the series. Every single last Oblivion vid I’ve seen has always made a point of mentioning how bad combat in Morrowind was and how it’s been improved.

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  3. Morrowind isn’t bad, it’s one step behind skyrim. oblivion is the worst offender and people who enjoy that game are obvious nostalgiahomosexuals

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  4. That’s your average old crpg autist, they will ignore all the massive flaws their games have and nitpick the shit out of every other game.
    Then again, all TES games are crap.

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  5. More like an inferiority complex from autismos and casuals.
    People rarely make threads to prove how superior Morrowind is to something like Skyrim for example but the opposite happens all the time.
    Casuals just can’t stand the fact that they are casuals so they tear down anything that isn’t casual.

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    • Kill your assassin’s and sell their shit in caldera. Rob the glass store in ghost gate and sell that shit in caldera(or the crab if you can find him)
      Have a high speechcraft and mercantile skill and you’ll save tons of money maxing everyone’s affinity out and selling everything for a huge markup. It’s actually pretty broken how good speechcraft and mercantile is. You can grind speech to 100 on the slaves in the cave right next to the seyda neen siltstrider.

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    • Gold is so easy to get in this game it’s retarded. I’m on my first playthrough and I have around 30k gold after playing for about 10 hours and a chest full of items worth 20k+ each. It’s kind of ridiculous how easy it is.

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