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The Elder Scrolls 3: Tribunal - Morrowind Expansion Pack

Platform : Windows XP, Windows 98
Rated: Teen
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  • The Elder Scrolls III - Tribunal expands the thrilling and magical world of Morrowind, and gives you the chance to reach a higher level as you see & do more than ever!
  • In this new expansion pack, you'll travel to the massive city of Mournhold, for all-new adventures
  • Battle against all-new creatures, and old enemies with new powers and abilities
  • Meet the god-kings, Almalexia and Sotha Sil, as you become charged with new quests
  • New adamantium weapons and armor, combined with new magic, help you create high-level adventurers who can handle anything
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Expansion only; requires Morrowind: The Elder Scrolls travel back and forth between your old and new quests -- you can begin Tribunal from any point in Elder Scrolls, and travel back and forth between them freely Awesome cities, a massive and deadly dungeons, and the chance to bring your characters to a whole new level, in this exciting new role-playing thriller!

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Tribunal expands the scope of Morrowind and includes more of what made Morrowind such a great game. It offers a large and detailed world, alien landscapes, and a great deal of intrigue, as well as the freedom of exploration unique to Morrowind. The basic plot embroils your character with two members of the Tribunal, a cadre of god-like people who watch over all the land. There’s something afoot in the isle of Mournhold, and it’s up to you to get to the bottom of it.

Tribunal’s biggest addition is more real estate. An entire new island can be reached as soon as you install the game; you need not complete Morrowind first, but it helps because the story picks up from where the main game left off. Mournhold was designed as a response to players who felt Morrowind was too easy for high-level characters--it’s a dangerous place to be. Thankfully, you can hire mercenaries or pack animals to help you out, and a new journal helps keep track of quests.

Some Morrowind fans might be disappointed that the new landscape isn’t as big as Morrowind. Part of the problem is that travel is a breeze: an in-game mechanic makes it quick and easy to get from point A to point B, but you lose the fun of hitting all points in between. Still, if fast transit isn’t your thing you can hit the mainland for some hiking.

The graphics remain state-of-the-art and the new monsters and content are beautiful and well crafted--this is what happens when a talented team can spend all their time creating adventures, rather than worrying about creating the tools and game engine. Tribunal is well worth the time and money for fans wanting a bit more Morrowind to explore. --Andrew S. Bub

Pros:

  • More Morrowind to explore
  • Tighter focus, better quests
  • Better high level content
Cons:
  • More linear than Morrowind
  • No guild quests

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  • ASIN: B000070MQM
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 7.2 x 1 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 6, 2002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,451 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Yu-Jin Chia TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 12, 2003
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When I first went to Mournhold, site of the Tribunal expansion, I was a bit disappointed. After all, it appears to just be a single city, roughly the size of Balmora and arguably less interesting! Suffice to say that this is NOT all there is to it. A bit of patience and a few quests will go a long way to fulfilling your every desire in regards to exploration, enemies, and rewards.
The expansion largely takes place in the city of Mournhold, but if you are journeying in normal Morrowind you will also see Dark Brotherhood assassins that will trigger the expansion plot. A bit of a warning- they do come quite early and can get pretty tough, so be careful where you rest. The expansion is definitely geared for higher level characters. There is a mercenary you can hire to tag along and help, but you'll need to be upwards of level 30 if you expect to play straight through the new areas. Of course, you don't have to do it all at once, and you can return to Morrowind at any time.
The lack of new items in the early part of the expansion can be disappointing. All I can say is to be patient, because there's certainly some VERY nice ones to be had. Mournhold also has some useful things for sale, such as adamantium weapons, glass armor, and a smith that will make glass, adamantium, or ebony armor if you bring him raw materials. There is also a museum where you can sell artifacts for up to 30k gold (if you aren't patient enough to use Creeper or Drunken Mudcrab) and a mage that sells unlimited quantities of grand, greater, and common soul gems.
The expansion includes at least 7 completely new creatures, as well as some very tough unique opponents. There are a lot of extremely cool new areas and puzzles, and dungeons that make the biggest ones in Morrowind look drab and puny. If you've liked the main game, then this expansion is a sure-fire buy. It adds a great deal of extra play, and is definitely worth your money.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By G. Sekinger on November 17, 2002
I wasn't terribly impressed with Morrowind when it first came out. I think I was a victim of all the hype and expected the world from the game. Months have passed and on a whim I bought this expansion pack. Going back to Morrowind has been a gas. They've fixed the issues with the journal and I find myself really enjoying the game.
The expansion pack fixes issues and adds enough content to make this a really compelling game. I'm back in Morrowind and recommend this to anyone.
If you bought the game when it came out but found it under whelming, it's time to go back and give it a second try.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Westley Merlin on April 13, 2003
I am going to make this review short. Tribunal is an excellent addition to morrowind. And better yet, even like Unreal Gold, it's built into morrowind. Which is just plain awesome. New locations, items, allies, enemies, and just plain ordinary characters interestingly and beatifully designed and fun to interact with have been deisgned in tribunal. Although the expansion pack is a bit small, (which why I gave it 4 out of 5 stars), it is a great addition to morrowind, and I cannot wait till the bloodmoon expansion pack comes out.(I also got decent frame rates in areas of tribunal), I reocmmend it!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Alabaster Jones on December 8, 2002
if you like morrowind, then there's no reason not to get this.
it appears small at first, but when you get into it, it really lets loose. i don't want to spoil anything, but when you get into exploring the sewers, you'll REALLY know what your character is made of.
however, i finished the main quest in like 3 days.. so it is kind of short, but i'm still not finished with Morrowind proper, and i now have some pretty sweet toys to help me along thanks to Tribunal. and i do keep going back to Mournhold just because there's so much to do.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 18, 2003
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Being that Morrowind is one of the best games I've ever played, I thought I would give Tribunal a try. Glad I did. This is not simply a Morrowind redux. Tribunal is smaller and centered around a single city, doesn't allow for much roaming, and doesn't have the variety of creatures, items, factions, and quests as the original game. But for an expansion, it certainly has enough. I thought the Tribunal main quest was quite interesting, especially how the underground parts of the city unfold as you progress and your role in some grand schemes becomes clearer. My warrior character, who started Tribunal at 33rd level, died many, many times, so there shouldn't be any lack of challenge for most gamers. The city itself is beautiful, and the quests more interesting than many of Morrowind's. Tribunal's main quest should be good for about 30 hours of gameplay, and the side quest should add several more. Due to the linear, concluding nature of this expansion, it will not have much replayability for many people. However, considering the current price, the fact that the expansion adds some nice shops and items, and many mods that you can download require Tribunal, this is definitely a worthwhile gaming experience and investment.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By JMTchk on February 18, 2003
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Tribunal is an excelent expansion to the already gorgeous Morrowind. Mournhold is truly a sight to see, and the new quests and items are reason enough to buy this expansion.
What really turns me off is the length. I don't know if it's because my char was already uber-high-level when i installed tribunal, but altough the enemies were harder, it wasn't that difficult to pass. If bethesda would have made the quests harder to beat OR the entire new plot longer it would have been better.
What it does add is a new dimension to the replayability. My first char was a combat oriented adventurer, so i could train whatever skill i desired. Now I'm replaying it with a Stealth-oriented char, and I'm still discovering new things I never knew with my first char. If you add to that that there are new items, armor types and quests, the fun is still there even when you play it a second time.
All that said, this expansion is worth the money, period.
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