The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind – Character Creation and Weapons Info

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind – Character Creation and Weapons Info 1 - steamlists.com

These are just a few things that I discovered as early as level 4. They made my experience more enjoyable. This guide is also for fun.
 

Character Creation

This is how I play. I made a battlemage and breton, as well as a mage sign. My experience has shown that bretons are great for battlemage and come with a magica resist buff. This is crucial for a tip later. Because I am also a battlemage, my axe experience can be used for a later tip. You can make your own cla*s, or choose another one. But this is what I decided.
 
 
 

The Limeware Platter

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Character Creation and Weapons Info - The Limeware Platter - 182140DThis is a common knowledge. After making your cla*s and getting your release paper, go to the first building and look at the shelf. Click right to go into inventory. Drag the platter from your inventory to drop it. After you have spoken with a guard, he will return to his normal position. With his back turned, grab the platter from below and you won't get caught. This is a great way to get some starter money. You can now afford good starter armor, weapons, spells if you take the platter to the nearest shop.
 
 
 

Bound Weapons

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Bound weapons in this game are extremely broken, especially the bound combat axe, which can do up to 1-80 damage. It was so good that I killed a dremora Lord at level 3. This character can purchase the bound battle axe spell in Balmora. This broken spell shouldn't stop you from trying other spells.
 
 
 

Sarano Ebony Helmet

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You want a simple piece of cool-looking armor? You can find a simple armor that looks cool at the Sarano Ancestral Tomb. Bring some good offensive spells and a silver or higher weapon. There you will find an enemy called the Hunger. It is slightly weaker than other enemies. It doesn't use magic, and its hit points are smaller. He should be fairly easy to defeat if you're prepared. You can take an ebony helmet from his body after you have killed him.
 
 
 

Boots of blinding speed

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Character Creation and Weapons Info - Boots of Blinding Speed - D3BE622 These are for you if you are tired of slow walking and don't mind being partially blinded. You can find Pemenie at this location. They have special boots that they will give you if they guide you to their destination (. Or you could kill them and take them to). Once you have completed either one of these, you will receive the boots of blinding speeds. If you choose the breton race or have magica resistance, you will move faster with the downside of being slightly blinded. The boots will completely blind anyone who doesn't have magica resistance or breton.
 
 
 

Scrolls of Icarian Flight

These scrolls can be found at every beginning. Follow the path from the starting village and see a man fall. You can now use the scrolls to gain speed and jumping by looting his body. You must land safely.
 

 
 

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