We continue our adventures in Morrowind.
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The province of Morrowind is in the north-east part of Tamriel. It is made up of the main land which borders Skyrim, Cyrodiil and the Black Marsh, and also a large island known as Vvardenfell. Morrowind is home of the Dunmer.
Morrowind is not the pleasant paradise to live in like other parts of Tamriel. Thanks to the volcanic nature of the area, the land is often rough and harsh. Currently only the following areas are available to players.
Players might notice that the area is not the same as the one from Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. This is because that game took place on the island Vvardenfell,.
Morrowind looks, not destroyed. This is because ESO takes place over 1000 years prior to Skyrim, so the events that led up to the near destruction of Morrowind have not occurred.
Versatile Champion of the Wilds
The Warden class is an adaptable, support-orientated option for players who want to be able to fill a specific role while simultaneously providing assistance to others. If you are interested in a class that uses the wilds of Tamriel to protect, heal, or deal damage (occasionally all at the same time) the Warden is for you.
“The nature-based class was a core player fantasy that we hadn't fulfilled with the four classes that currently exist," says the Warden's Lead Designer Eric Wrobel. “So we wanted to give people the ability to express themselves that way."
Like nature itself, the Warden is an irresistible, chaotic force in battle, able to summon fierce animals, sprout healing plants from the ground, or cloak themselves and others in protective ice.
The inspiration for the character's design in part comes from traditional nature-based archetypes and in part from the Elder Scrolls' Spinners – the Wood Elf priests of Y'ffre who use storytelling to preserve Bosmer culture.
“The most important thing about the Warden's visual style is that it's very natural and organic looking," Wrobel says. “When we were building its abilities, we often modified them to look wild and spontaneous. We didn't want the abilities to feel synthetic."
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