It’s all been quiet on the sidelines of UESPWiki – the wiki for ESO, released March 21st, 2014. However, it looks like you’ve got some cool information tucked away in a book.
I’ve compiled a huge amount of information you might not be aware of that isn’t here at UESPWiki. It’s available for free on the Morrowind Wiki. You can also click on the links below the photo for lots more info.
UESPWiki | The Book
I’ve put this information together for people who are interested. Feel free to link the items you find here for others to learn a thing or two.
The Imperial Handbook
If you want to read this great book you’ll also need at least the following:
The Imperial Manual
If you’re reading this from my original version, your book may have changed and now includes all items I’ve included (see what I mean?) and includes more stuff from my previous book. This is useful if you need another source, but don’t want to spend the time reading the entire book.
If you’re reading this from my original version, your book may have changed and now includes all items I’ve included (see what I mean?) and includes more stuff from my previous book. This is useful if you need another source, but don’t want to spend the time reading the entire book. The Morrowind Expanded Lore - If you were already reading this or just picked up a copy from one of these other places, then scroll down past the spoiler below to your right, download my file, and click download.
If you were already reading this or just picked up a copy from one of these other places, then scroll down past the spoiler below to your right, download my file, and click download. The Morrowind Script - If you’re familiar with Morrowind Scripts and you want to know more about writing Morrowind scripts, check them out. They’re mostly free, but come in handy if they’re your thing.
The Daggerfall Covenant – A comprehensive reference guide to The Daggerfall Covenant, written by Mark Cushing, is also available for personal use. It’s available for free on both the UESPWiki and Morrowind wiki, so you can get access as soon as you’re done reading this stuff.
To give you a head start and see if the information there is worth reading, make sure you’re familiar with the lore and have some knowledge of the language before playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
- Siege Weapons & Accessories
- Morrowind Book of Thane
- Other books
A Guide to Writing a Book and the Construction of a Companion
If you prefer not to read things in the form they’re written on the page, they’re also on the Morrowind Wiki as well. This makes it really easy to access both books of lore.
The Morrowind Companion - A comprehensive guide from Mark Cushing goes over every skill in detail, with every character that you’ll encounter (and many that will never appear on the same character). It may be useful if you’re just starting out, or a first run through for something a little more advanced.
The Oblivion Companion - A comprehensive guide from Mark Cushing goes into detail over all the skill-classes in each category (from mage to warrior), as well as the skills needed to level all of them as the game progresses. It may be useful if you’re just a beginner to the game, but it’s still helpful for the more advanced characters.
The Morrowind Quest System - A detailed guide from Mark Cushing going into detail on all of the NPCs who have quests, their locations, their dialogue, and much more.
The Ultimate Guide to the Spell and Skill Systems for Skyrim - A great resource for getting started setting up every spell and skill, and the rules for playing as them. A little intimidating and filled with some pretty advanced stuff, but worth it if you’re having trouble getting started.
The Best of The Elder Scrolls Series - This goes into each skill used in the game – each skill’s strengths and weaknesses.
The Ultimate List of Spell and Skill Rules for Skyrim - A fantastic site on spell and skill rules in Skyrim. There are some really good sources online on how to create and play spells/skills.
The Ultimate List of Skills - An excellent site that features a list of spells or abilities from the many books. It’s always worth a look.