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Eerie Oblivion


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Hello there,


So, I was here listening to some great, dark, Diablo 2 music (

) and I started to think how great was Diablo's dark atmosphere. I thought to myself "Oblivion has so many mods, perhaps it's possible to make something similar with it?".


I have mixed feelings about this possibility, since dark atmosphere is something Oblivion, to my eyes, really lacks. The Oblivion realm itself seems more a volcanic wasteland than something properly dark or hellish. Daedric towers are a pretty nice attempt, but even they, to me, fail to be foreboding. But, as I said, there are so many mods, and many talented people too. Who knows what can be done?


So I ask to the people of the forum, do you know any mod (or anything in general... who knows?) that can make Oblivion a darker experience?




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Yeah i can vouch for Aesgaard, you can fetch the episodes here


Gates of Aesgaard

http://tesnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=13814 <- Episode 1


http://tesnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=21693 <- Episode 2


I also recommend The Dungeon of Ivellon, it's a pretty awesome Diablo style dungeon crawl, with a pitch black dungeon, you'll need magic light or a torch to navigate. You can also use your torch or a fire spell to light the candles and torches that hang on the walls.


http://tesnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=13714 <- Dungeons of Ivellon


And below are a few others i'd recommend


http://tesnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=27520 <- Adense Epic dungeon. It's pretty epic.


http://tesnexus.com/downloads/file.php?id=35696 <- Forgotten Realms, was pretty good.


You should also check out David C Brasher's stuff on the nexus, he's got a a lot of pretty good small dungeon crawls uploaded on there using all kinds of unique tile sets.

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Thank you for the answers, these mods look quite nice. :)


Either the link or youtube is broke atm.


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A team of highly trained monkeys has been dispatched to deal with this situation.

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Hm, no monkeys were dispatched here :). Even with the accidental parenthesis in the end of the link it worked alright.


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