Greetings, creators and contributors of Tamriel Rebuilt!
I am here for a single putpose, which I'll get to shortly. But first, some backstory...
Recently I re-installed Morrowind after so many years and indulged in some sweet sweet nostalgia. I remembered about the richest, most immersive lore I've ever seen in any game, book, movie or anxty poem. I watched the entire Season 1 and Season 2 of The Elder Scrolls Lore Series from ShoddyCast and read up on some major lore on uesp.net. I proceeded to create the most perfect character possible, with careful choice of every aspect of it, power-leveling, no journal entries, no leveled chest access. I even took time to write a description to my custom Perfectionist class worded in a TES-y way. Now, when my character (level 78, all attributes at 100, including luck, all skills except three at 100) is almost perfect, I stood on the top of the world with a daedric katana, a daedric shield and a full set of supremely overpowered custom-enchanted exquisite clothing with not a single journal entry since day one, I thought to myself: How, for the love of Azura, am I going to get my conjuration, security and speechcraft to 100? You see, the problem is that the master trainers of all three of those skills are faction-only trainers and I have vowed to not get a single journal entry until my character is 100% perfect. The only way to do this without cheating or grinding (perfection demands elegant solutions, not mindless grinding) is to learn any Fortify Skill spell, make a custom Fortify Conjuration, Fortify Security and Fortify Speechcraft spells, cast them on the second-best trainer of the respective skills and train that way. The only people that teach Fortify Skill spells are in Mournhold and Solstheim and as it turns out, getting to them (or getting them to talk to me at all) requires questing, which is forbidden. So, when I was about to give up and get my journal dirty, I thought to myself: wasn't there a huge and ambitious mod that attempted to recreate the entire province and already added large portions of mainland to the game? If so, I may be able to just walk to Mournhold ("one does not simply walk into Mournhold"), since I can't teleport there without questing. Technically, I'd be jumping across the sky with my homemade Shoes Of Skyward Leaping with jump 100 points for 2 seconds on use, so it would't take much time at all, since its' way faster a travel method than full levitation or the highly overrated Boots Of Blinding Speed. So, I dug a bit on uesp.net to see if it's currently possible with this mod and what I found was something much more ("if you're seeking trouble, you'll find more than you bargained for").
... fast forward to now.
What I found by reading up about the project and its goals filled my heart with warmth the likes of which I haven't felt in a while! This is not just a mod, this is the fruit of labor of love form people with passion for the rich lore of The Elder Scrolls. You guys have put in so much time and effort to undertake such a huge project and give it away for the good of humanity! I have developed the utmost respect and admiration for you! You make me feel deeply happy for knowing that there are people on this planet that genuinely want to bring joy to the rest of humanity. I want to hug you guys!
I wish you guys to start accepting donations, get smacked with a huge stream of donators, accumulate a large budget and just work on this full-time.