Welcome to Tamriel Rebuilt!

 

Welcome to Tamriel Rebuilt, a project that aims to complete development of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind by reconstructing the world to include the province’s mainland, through the study of creation of lore, and preservation of the game’s creative vision and direction.

Our team is full of artists, modders, and writers passionate about the lore and mythos of the Elder Scrolls games, and has worked hard to build on the foundation Bethesda Softworks laid, and to remain true to their vision.

To date, over half of the mainland has been created, with more on the way. Ongoing coordination with Project Tamriel has assisted both mods, with pooled resources, lore, and assets. Though the project is over fourteen years old, work continues with new modders joining periodically. Our completed and in-progress work is available for the public to play and enjoy.

Website Update

It’s been a good while since the last site update, but progress is underway, nontheless.

After many updates to the TR Handbook, it is maturing into the go-to guide for Tamriel Rebuilt, both for resources, guides, but also for lore and background information.

In another step towards a more modern, streamlined design process, we are starting to use a new Asset Browser, where we will coordinate meshes, textures, quest proposals and similar bottom-up develoment. As before, you do not need to be a developer to post Assets.

Finally, the website design has been updated, with improved support for mobile devices and a general eye-friendly overhaul.

While all of these processes are far from done, the recent steps taken make good on our promise that we will see this restructure through until the final release of a full Morrowind province.

There are, however, still many things that need to be done  and for this we need your help! For more information on the types of work we need, check out our Help Wanted page.

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Coolest Site 1997

Factor's picture

Glisp wants to know where his precious namegen went, and I for one agree with him. How can we go on in our pathetic little lives deprived of our liberties like this. This is where we draw our line in the sand. Viva la Name Gen, Viva la Revolución!

That was turned off yesterday

Atrayonis's picture

That was turned off yesterday as it might be part of the memory leak problem which has kept killing the database server every other month.
It’s currently being investigated.