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Bloodmoon gets the nod for best expansion from RPGDot

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Bloodmoon gets the nod for best expansion from RPGDot

Editorial - posted by Spazmo on Fri 16 January 2004, 00:32:32

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

RPGDot have posted the winners for Best Expansion to an RPG. The winner is Morrowind: Bloodmoon. Warcraft III: The Frozen Throne (go figure) and Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide as runners-up.

Morrowind: Bloodmoon wasn't an expansion that was made to milk the cow once more. You felt that it was created by people who loved to play Morrowind, and they did their best to add more to an already excellent game. You felt that they actually thought about what they wanted to do. It wasn't just more of the same, but had nice twists and things you didn't expect. It's a pity that Bethesda isn't planning to do another, third expansion (at least they don't encourage us to think they will). Hopefully they are concentrating on a new Elder Scrolls game, and rumors have it that they are. However, the community is still developing fan made addons for Morrowind, and given the quality of some of those, they would deserve an "inofficial expansion of the year" award as well.


I hope to the RPG gods there won't be another Morrowind expansion. They've inflicted enough of this stuff on us.

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