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The Elder Scrolls VI: ???

  • This is a broad discussion about anything having to do with upcoming games in TES.

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    • To get things started, I would like to give two possible story lines that I could see happen:

      1: After the Elder Scrolls were scattered all throughout Tamriel, the next game could be like Arena and take place all across Tamriel. The main quest could delve into what the Elder Scrolls actually are and what is their true purpose.

      2: This one might be more probable, but it might take time to explain. First off, i want to say that I think it would be in Hammerfell. Not because I extremely like Hammerfell, but it seems to be the focal point of the next game. In Oblivion, I distinctly remember hearing many Nords say "I'm from Skyrim" and just an overall impression that was more profound than any other province besides Cyrodiil. Also, the Great War seems to be fought harshly in Hammerfell, what with the Thalmor taking territory there and some Alik'r warriors/Redguard woman in Whiterun saying the resistance to the Thalmor is "alive and well in Hammerfell". 

      The story behind this game in Hammerfell would be the return of the Dwemer. I have a theory behind this as well. There are Dwarven ruins in mainly 3 provinces, Morrowind, Skyrim, and, you guessed it, Hammerfell. This is where they chose to make their home, throwing Volendrung i believe(or some other hammer maybe) and moving to where it landed, thus naming that province "Hammerfell", literaly where the "Hammer Fell".

      One last thing is that in the first part of the game, when you encounter Frostbite Spiders for the first time, Hadvar says "What next, giant snakes?" And I think they might do that n the Alik'r desert.

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    • I think that would be cool, but I'm out of creative ideas for now. When I come up with something, I'll post.

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    • I do not think Hammerfell will be the next location, as they have a game set there already (though it was not very well received). I think they will try to cover all the places then redo them all together like as they did in Arena. As for the next one, I think it will be one of two places. First off Black Marsh as they did take time to develop the Argonians and setup some good backstory such as:

      ·  The saxheel jewelers.

      ·  Shadowscales, that would setup a Dark Brotherhood faction quest to establish them again.

      ·   The Argonians being a formidable force to stand against the Thalmor .

      The second one I think would be possible would be a combination of Valenwood and Elsweyr. This could function like the civil war with the Thalmor starting to fracture due to the Dragonborn strengthening the Empire (either by helping the Empire or Stormcloaks via the civil war quest). Having two countries to go back and forth would spark an interest (though it would not really be any different than any DLC where you go to a new land). It would still be a great feature that I am sure they would ride into the ground with marketing. They have already established a bit on those two places.

      No matter what they decide though it will be a long wait as the next game will most likely be Fallout then another 3 years after that to get to the new Elder Scrolls. Though I still hold to my idea that they will cover each of the provinces, and then do a “Final” one that lets you experience all of them together. 

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    • I think it would be awesome if they added the bigger and badder lich king armor set. Also it would be awesome if you could travel beyond more than one providence in tamriel. It would be awesome if the lich king was part of the main quests either you chose to make friends with him of chose to fight against him with a group (some kind of guild). bringing back the dark brotherhood would be pretty cool also, if you chose the lich kings side at the end if you unlock the highest level of smithing and you compete that questline you get to craft the armor it would be cool like my profile picture. And there could be a new emperor of tamriel so you could choses his side or the lich kings. It would be cool to be a questline of the nords attaking elswr and you must help the khajiit and defeat the nords. I hope this showed you something.

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    • I agree with lich king. it also would be cool to add a soulforage and skyforage again

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    • Not to sound a bore, but while speculation can be fascinating, anything could really be included in TES VI, and new lore will likely be added to back it up. I doubt any of us could have predicted the events of Oblivion after Morrowind, for example, or the events of Skyrim. That said, I would quite like to see Hammerfell, and while I like the Summerset Isles, I would rather Bethesda waited for better technology give the province justice. A few points I would make are, however:

      1) We already know what the Elder Scrolls are, and I suppose what their 'purpose' is, but I would say that no everything neccessarily requires a purpose, if not created for a specific reason. 

      2) Unless they chose two smaller provinces like Valenwood and Elsweyr (and even then, I think sticking to one province is best), it is unlikely that Bethesda will include multiple provinces, let along the entire the continent. There is no way we get the detail in each province that we are accustomed to. Even in TESO, the full areas of each province are not accessible, but rather only limited areas. 

      3) Why would the Nords attack Elsweyr? And I think choosing the Emperor's successor is a bit controversial. The Empire does seem to operate under primogeniture, and while we have seen in the past that sometimes 'Might makes Right', I see little point in plunging the Empire into chaos for such a petty issue (comparative to the other events going on).

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    • A game set in Cyrodiil with the graphics of SKyrim and after the events of Skyrim?

      http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/10/10087250b12adf60b850c4c049e2447e56dc1bb3efe203cf69ab5ecef6336652.jpg

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      A game set in Cyrodiil with the graphics of Skyrim and after the events of Skyrim?

      http://s2.quickmeme.com/img/10/10087250b12adf60b850c4c049e2447e56dc1bb3efe203cf69ab5ecef6336652.jpg

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    • I think it makes the most sense for the next game to be in Valenwood, Hammerfell, or Black Marsh. Although I'd love to Elsweyr, I don't think it'll in the next game. I find the Summurset Isles also unlikely because the next will definitely revolve around the Aldmeri Dominion and unless that game involves destroying the government from it's headquaters, I don't think it's likely. 

      Valenwood would be great because it'll be a great place where we can really see the Dominion in action, seeing their cruelty in new, more political ways. I find Hammerfell as likely as Valenwood, Hammerfell has had to fight off both the Dominion and secceed from the Empire. Hammerfell's storyline would likely involve yet again fighting off the Dominion. Black Marsh is also a good choice for the next game because of how isolated it is from the Empire and the Dominion during the even of Skyrim. Like Hammerfell, Black Marsh secceeded from the Empire and might have fight to fight off the Dominion. They'd also use the Black Marsh game to reveal more about what Black Marsh did to Morrowind. 

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    • I was thinking a good location be in Cyrodiil or Elsweyr.

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    • I think Elsweyr would be a really bad location for a main TES title. Khajits can be kind of refreshing and fun when there's a couple of them every here and there. But for the world to be FULL of Khajits, that would be really annoying. I mean imagine Skyrim with every Nord being a Khajit. No fun.


      Oh btw is there a thread dedicated for peoples wishes and ideas for TES VI?

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    • Cyrodill,Really?Who the hell is crazy enough to want that?

      We have a game set in Cyrodiil in the xbox360,that still is pretty fresh,it would be a waste to make TES VI on the imperial province.

      Elsweyr is more likely,it has not shown up in any game besides Arena,the Khajiit in Arena were not even cats,they were nords with face-paint,plus in ESO the only area available is a little island,with very small content.There is much more story/content in Skyrim pointing to the Khajiit than to any other race,even though I would hate a game in Elsweyr,it is pretty clear that fanwise,it would make TES players quite happy.

      I myself would choose Summerset,but I would rather wait some years for better technology,for now,I would be pleased with a Argonia(which most likely won't happen) or even an Pyandonea game.

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    • Stop posting on this thread.  I gurantee Bethesda's got writers just staring at monitors, watching y'all post and scribbling down your ideas.  You're doing all the work for them!

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    • SkyrimsShillelagh wrote: Stop posting on this thread.  I gurantee Bethesda's got writers just staring at monitors, watching y'all post and scribbling down your ideas.  You're doing all the work for them!

      How does that in any way make us not want to keep posting?

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    • I'm pretty sure the Civil War won't effect ES6. More likely, I think they will team up against the Thalmor. They would probably react like this after the main questline (If Season Unending was completed and not skipped over):

      Tullius: Hmm, looks like we actually got something accomplished with the treaty. How about we extend this. Until we're done with a...certain group.

      Ulfric: Finally, something the Sons of Skyrim and the Empire can agree on!

      I think either they would extend the treaty so they can team up against the Thalmor (Maybe the whole AD), or maybe they become full allies (Not to sure about this, though)

      Location, I'm not sure. They got 3 provinces and a whole CONTINENT (Akavir) that could possibly even serve as a spinoff series!

      Gameplay, I hope it could have different weapons types, like Quarterstaves, or Katanas.

      Graphics, Hopefully something like this, but with a lot of settings (INGAME, NOT BEFORE RUNNING).

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    • Nerevarine465 wrote:

      SkyrimsShillelagh wrote: Stop posting on this thread.  I gurantee Bethesda's got writers just staring at monitors, watching y'all post and scribbling down your ideas.  You're doing all the work for them!

      How does that in any way make us not want to keep posting?

      Because then you get an unorginal generic plot.  If you tell them what you want you can't be surprised and please, it'll just be to your expectations and won't go above and beyond.

      Regardless, I was kidding.  Bethesda probably doesn't give a manky git what we think.

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    • Not to mention they are bound to be working on Fallout 4 before TES VI.

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    • Harold Burned-Mane wrote:
      Not to mention they are bound to be working on Fallout 4 before TES VI.

      I hope so. We get a TES game every 5-6 years and it's going to be 3 years since Skyrim came out in November, so it'll likely be 2 years or so before the next TES gets announced.

      Meanwhile, Fallout 4! I can't wait :D

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    • Harold Burned-Mane wrote:
      Not to mention they are bound to be working on Fallout 4 before TES VI.

      Nah, different departments.  The development of Fallout is seperate from the development of TES.

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    • SkyrimsShillelagh
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      Draevan13 wrote:
      Harold Burned-Mane wrote:
      Not to mention they are bound to be working on Fallout 4 before TES VI.
      I hope so. We get a TES game every 5-6 years and it's going to be 3 years since Skyrim came out in November, so it'll likely be 2 years or so before the next TES gets announced.

      (Let's see, Arena came out in 1994.  From there, Daggerfall came out two years later.  After that it took 6 years for Morrowind, only four for Oblivion, and five for Skyrim.  That averages out to about 4 years per release.  So we should be expecting it within the next one-three years.

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    • Draevan13 wrote:
      Harold Burned-Mane wrote:
      Not to mention they are bound to be working on Fallout 4 before TES VI.
      I hope so. We get a TES game every 5-6 years and it's going to be 3 years since Skyrim came out in November, so it'll likely be 2 years or so before the next TES gets announced.

      Let's see, Arena came out in 1994.  From there, Daggerfall came out two years later.  After that it took 6 years for Morrowind, only four for Oblivion, and five for Skyrim.  That averages out to about 4 years per release.  So we should be expecting it within the next one-three years.

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    • yea, but its already been 3, so it should be november 2015

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    • Divines, I hope its soon lol

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    • Also I have been thinking on this and I want to bring back some elements of the older games. I want Mysticism, more features including a wider array of weapons and spells(spellcrafting) and just overall I want more, more, more TES.

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    • There is no specific time for developing a game like the Elder Scrolls,each one is different,and it will depend on the amount of content.

      Skyrim did not take 5 years from oblivion,it took 3.5 years,that was the development time,the elder scrolls VI's development may not have even started,if it already has,it would only have started some time after the release of the Dragonborn expansion. If TES VI started being developed after the Dragonborn expansion,if it takes as long as Skyrim to be done,then it will only come out around 2016,at the earliest.

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    • 06/06/2016

      This one is kinda obvious.

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    • 201.8.40.160 wrote:
      06/06/2016

      This one is kinda obvious.

      I doubt it. Morrowind was 01/05/02, Oblivion was 20/03/06. Skyrim's 11/11/11 was likely a one-time thing since it's only doable for the first 12 years of a century. It would be interesting if Bethesda started that, though.

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    • How about a game in all of Tamriel, and the main quest is about the game being thrown into darkness by (forgot the name), and you must save all of Tamriel.

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    • 76.0.76.232 wrote:
      How about a game in all of Tamriel, and the main quest is about the game being thrown into darkness by (forgot the name), and you must save all of Tamriel.

      I agree, but others say it's too big and Bethesda would probably try to do every province first.

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    • Oh and Jyggalag could play a role in TES VI's plot, too. He's a badass

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    • SkyrimsShillelagh wrote:
      Stop posting on this thread.  I gurantee Bethesda's got writers just staring at monitors, watching y'all post and scribbling down your ideas.  You're doing all the work for them!

      If they are, then please view my poorly written ideas, Beth!

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    • Personally I think the Next Elder Scrolls Game will take place in 2 Providences, Hammerfell and High Rock, the storyline takes place a mere 50 Years after Skyrim. The Storyline is about the Skyrim civil war which ended 40 years after the end of the game Skyrim resultting in the weakening of the Nords and imperials, in which caused the betrayal of the Thalmor who in 10 years caused them both to become nearly extinct. The Thalmor plan on killing all the human's and attack high rock and hammerfell joins an alliance with high rock. The rasism of the thalmor is Mer>Beast> Man.

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    • Set a game in Valenwood. I love your idea Legacyofhades and would like to include that. However the transformation should be animals only, because it would end up pretty broken if you could change from Khajjit to Nord whenever you want.

      And maybe have the game set before the events of Skyrim. Heres and idea... The Empire is weakened after the Oblivion Crisis and many of the province look on hesitantly as they sense weakness. Nords in Skyrim listen to fanatic preachers who want a free Skyrim, Argonians while weakened by the Crisis are confident and the Dunmer seethe with hatred against the Empire. Valenwood is undecided, seeing opportunity but fearing the legions. Meanwhile Hircine, the scourge of the woods comes back to Valenwood as prophecy tells. His aim to unleash the Great Hunt where men become little better than savage beasts. Only one can stand against him though untrained and unready this hero will not stand a chance. The primitive Wood People are the holders of prophecy, only they can decipher it.

      Note that the story is another chosen one but I don't think they'll change soon. The hero doesn't begin as the chosen one but as a prisoner (typical). What do you think?

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    • Draevan13 wrote:

      201.8.40.160 wrote:
      06/06/2016

      This one is kinda obvious.

      I doubt it. Morrowind was 01/05/02, Oblivion was 20/03/06. Skyrim's 11/11/11 was likely a one-time thing since it's only doable for the first 12 years of a century. It would be interesting if Bethesda started that, though.

      Elder Scrolls Online was released on 04/04/2014 Maybe Elder Scrolls VI/6 will be released in 06/06/2016,it is not far fetched,there is no guarantee there will be a Fallout game before a new TES,and since it is one year a half away,and the game is most likely in development already,then I think it's a pretty good date.

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    • what about elder scrolls online singleplayer? a simple but worthwhile idea for those whose parents are overprotective and wont let them do anything online

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    • What if it took place in the Somerset Isles. Have a War set with the nords attacking the Elf's.

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    • I think that it will be great in any place because it is the elder scrolls

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    • I am still not sure, but i heard a announcement said that it takes place in th black marsh

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    • I heard it is coming out in 2016...

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    • A few small news sites started rumors that it was going to be set in Blackmarsh (and a few other things) don't necessarily trust anything unless its also turns up on Bethesda's blog or their Twitter this also happened with Skyrim's dlc and ended with some disappointed people.

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    • Hopefully they add spears and they can be thrown and picked back up

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    • 71.161.210.232 wrote:
      Hopefully they add spears and they can be thrown and picked back up

      And Medium Armor. It came back for ESO, I'm hoping Bethesda brings it back for the single-player series too.

      As to the Black Marsh setting rumors, I really hope it's true. I hope they don't take the safe and easy route and give us a human province for the third game in a row. Maybe, as some have speculated, it'd take place in several, like in Daggerfall? Say, sections of Hammerfell, Cyrodiil and Valenwood. Who knows. I'd prefer Black Marsh, though.

      Hopefully we'll see at Bethesda's mysterious press conference in June... though that's probably gonna be for Fallout 4. Both being announced is just wishful thinking :P

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    • I want Highrock-Hammerfell maybe with sea battles at yokuda and all other island around,also crafting and char creation from eso,i mean light-medium-heavy idk about race styles.

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    • I just hope they take some hints from the modding community

      • cough* Stronger coding *hack*
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    • I hope they bring back a dedicated block button. Being able to block with one weapon and an empty hand but unable with something in each is absurd.

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    • I say do something like have the Dwemer trying to retake thier Cities and Tech.  Since they were so advanced it would put a stop to the Civil wars and force the people to stand together and stop the Dwemer.  It would also explane where the Dwemer have been and what they have been doing.  The Dwemer have been in all the ES, why not have one that focuses  on them.

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    • but what are going to be the bonuses of each race. they see to change each game but some not to much. if nords still have a risistance to cold i dont think that would be as effective as skyrim. its not like im going to run into ice wraths and frost dragons in blackmarsh

      and what about dragons? will their still be an odd dragon boss that survived the dragonborn's cullngs of them. or that was a peaceful dragon that was left alive (paarthurnax)?

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    • YES! Imagine it. The Dwemer are back and pissed. ALL provinces must unite in grand and glorious battles! Even the Nords, Dunmer, and Argonians must fight side by side to withstand the infinite strength, wisdom, and FURY of the Dwemer!!! Think of the lore!! Think of the amount of knowledge we could obtain pertaining to the mighty yet forgotten race!... but I doubt Beth would do this... they would probably want to maintain the mysterious aspect to the Dwemer.

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    • i believe the elder scrolls VI should be in hammerfell and high rock because of the closenes of the provinces and the fact that they are both small these two places could place a good placing for the elder scrolls VI

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    • i think it would be great if there was a game set after skyrim where there is an imperial expidition to atmora, and you are a prisoner on board that is set free when the boat is wrecked in the sea of ghosts, and only you and a couple of others survive. it would be awesome if atmora and other islands in the sea of ghosts also had some remaining cities and people, and it would also be amazing if you could be involved in expanding the guilds (dark brotherhood, thieves, etc) to be in atmora. and what would make it ten times better would be the ability to get a boat kind of like the one in assassin's creed 4.

      The Elder Scrolls VI: Sea of Ghosts

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    • 1. The game will most likely be set in one province, it is extremely unlikely that it would be set in all of Tamriel. If there are multiple provinces, it would only be part of them, like in Daggerfall

      2. There have already been games in Iliac Bay, Hammerfell, Morrowind, Cyrodil, and Skyrim. The next game will most likely be set in Black Marsh, Elsewyr, Valenwood, or the Summer Isles. Possibly Hammerfell, because Daggerfell only kept it along the coast.

      3. In the next game, I hope they have more survival needed, like having a hunger meter, and specific wounds. If someone shoots you with an arrow in your leg, you move slower. Or if you get shot in the face, you automatically die, etc.

      4. Any site or article that says Skyrim sequel, Skyrim 2, or Argonia is probably false. If the next game takes place in Black Marsh, it will be called Black Marsh, not Argonia.

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    • Why the hell the whole continet will unite against the dwemer the only lived in skyrim, morowind and hammerfel i think, and most of the ruins arent habiteted. sorry for grammar im on a hurry

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    • They should at least reveal TES 6 this year at E3 by a very small teaser video or something, it has been 4 years. Just a small reveal video that's all.

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    • sssssoooooooooo, what are they going to do about the dragons? and the civil wars two different endings? i see the most likley story for elderscrolls VI is another war against the aldmeri dominion. theres a deffinate need to destroy "those damned elves". and skyrim has a lot pointing to a break in the relationship of the empire and aldmeri dominions "Cooperation"

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    • A story line that I think would be cool is (i don't like the stormcloaks but think this would be cool) is after the events of skyrim there is still a dovahkiin and ulfric stormcloak has beaten the empire the Thalmor now want to come back to take control and at the same time Ulfric thinks "if we can beat the empire here in skyrim, what stops us from completely beating the empire of tamriel." So you still play as the Dovahkiin and you already know some shouts but you can still learn more. But now the main story is you can either help Ulfric take control of the Empire meaning that more places than just skyrim will be available to travel through, or you can defend Tamriel from Ulfric and the Thalmor, or help the Thalmor controlled the whole empire. Keep the dragons in the game so you can still learn shouts. Make it even more intense, we all know the main story of Skyrim was to draftees the dragons and the secondary story was the civil war, for a secondary story in TES 6 make it that the Daedra are trying to make a return and bring back Oblivion to the world, so at the same time as trying to defend or control the Empire you have to save it from being destroyed by Oblivion once again. How does that sound for a plot of TES 6?

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    • Here, I've written a list of what I don't want the next elder scrolls to be:

      1. I don't want it to be in every province 

      (if they put the energy required to make every province toward making ONE province, it would just be amazing) 

      2. I don't want it to be in Akivir 

      (we haven't even seen every province yet) 

      3. I don't want to meet, or find out what happened to, the dwemer

      (the coolest part about them, is the mystery surrounding their disappearance, and what they were like before disappearing) 

      4. I don't want it to be a sequel to skyrim 

      (just no) 

      5. I don't want to become an emperor 

      (another one of those "just no" moments) 

      6. I don't want it to turn into Sim City 

      (I thoroughly enjoyed hearthfire, and would love for them to expand upon the concept in the next game (perhaps by making each buildable house unique, or by making the houses more customizable. Ex: the fact that you could only have the bedroom in the west wing, but not the east wing was just stupid) however, i don't want them to turn it into building towns or cities, or becoming a Lord or king) 

      7. I don't want them to add sex

      (If you so desperately want to simulate sex, play a different game)   

      8. I don't want them to keep the current guilds system

      (every guild is basically the fighters guild now. If it says thieves guild, I expect them to base the quest line on theft, not combat) 

      9. I don't want to be the dragonborn again

      (while shouts were great, I don't want to have the same storyline again. If they can introduce someway to include shouts without corrupting the storyline, and having them as another form of spells it's fine. But, I don't even know.) 

      10. I don't want the game to have another civil war

      (the game old be WAY too repetitive if the main plot was just another civil war) 

      Opinions? And what do you think they should do about shouts? 

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    • 203.14.52.144 wrote:
      sssssoooooooooo, what are they going to do about the dragons? and the civil wars two different endings? i see the most likley story for elderscrolls VI is another war against the aldmeri dominion. theres a deffinate need to destroy "those damned elves". and skyrim has a lot pointing to a break in the relationship of the empire and aldmeri dominions "Cooperation"

      Because the civil war didn't actually end, chances are they either won't mention your part in it, won't mention who was assassinated (or they'll choose to say both were assassinated) and will choose a winning side, or they'll just ignore it altogether (seeing as how it wasn't the main plot) 

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    • A building system like fallout 4 would work

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    • I hope, that they ignore everything with the aldmeri dominion. I don't want another "war" plotline. Unless they build the "war" on non-battle based resistance, I just don't think it would be fun. Of course, they coud always add one battle in a feild, with hundreds of npc's fighting. But, I'd rather seiges, assassinations, black-back operations and political negotiation. Either that, or, just ignoring it all together

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    • 1.I dont really care where the game is set as long as it is immersive and fun to play.

      2.Next I want to have the ability to have freinds join my world and help me with quests.

      3. It can never be or become subcription based as that makes you not want to get it.

      4. there should be new mounts cause you know horses are kinda boring. Now a sabrecat that would be fun.

      6. The dark brotherhood should still be around cause who doesn't love sticking arrows in some guy's face for money(in game obviously.)

      And most of all it should be lore freindly, no weird changes!

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    • ...Also It might be fun if the Dwemer were around. Just a possibility.

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    • According to a line in the in-game Morrowind and Skyrim book The Hope of the Redoran , the next game will be in Elsweyr and the hero will be called the Dro' Jizad. There is much evidence of the next game being in Elsweyr, like the dialogue with Ri' Saad describing Elsweyr and "Cities so ancient the sands have swallowed them whole" being the region-specific dungeons. Also, when announcing the end of Skyrim DLC, Bethesda said "We hope you continue to persue your gaomng interests here, and elsewhere."

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    • Some have theorised that rather than take place in a single province, it could be in a region that encompasses two or more provinces, like Daggerfall did with southern High Rock, northern Hammerfell, and Orsinium. Example, TES VI could be southern Cyrodiil, northern Valenwood and northern Elsweyr.

      That Dominion/Empire border region would be the perfect setting for the Second Great War, since that's where the Dominion and Empire are gathering their armies.

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    • That area isn't very big, so it probably would take place in other regions, like colovia, and around Leyawiin.

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    • I think Valenwood and Elsweyr Would be great without Cyroldil.

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    • We have seen enough Cyrodiil for now. We probably won't see it for some time.

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    • Hey! If the next game is set in the Summerset Isles, we have a plot set up! Like MK lore said, the Thalmor want to unmake Nirn, thus, main quest is to stop em!

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    • Lonesome Courier wrote:
      Hey! If the next game is set in the Summerset Isles, we have a plot set up! Like MK lore said, the Thalmor want to unmake Nirn, thus, main quest is to stop em!

      As I pointed out in another thread, MK hasn't worked with Bethesda for over 10 years. Bethesda's writers might pick an entirely different direction with the TES plot than what MK is writing.

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    • I would want to be able to tear the Dominion into pieces. The Second War with the Empire is what the Dominion would call the second Great War. I'm hoping for Hammerfell and High Rock combined, or Elsweyr. So... the next game hopefully will be set during the S.G.W. (Second Great War). I'm hoping for an Empire victory.

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    • Well since all of you took the time to revive this old thread, let me throw my two cents in. Reading this entire thread reminds me of a popular quotation. "Opinions are like (insert expletive deleted for "rectums" here). Everyone has one and they all stink.

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    • Don't think anyone said this yet, but I'd like to see a game where you get to play as (or at least in the time of) Tiber Septim.

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    • Wouldn't really be in Bethesda's style to do that, since playing as Tiber Septim would require you to be male and a human (Breton/Nord). They are all about freedom of choice.

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    • That's true, but a game set in his time period would still be cool I think

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    • Sure, would be interesting to be a soldier for Tiber.

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    • Also the main series so far only goes forwards in time except for the odd quest, going back to the second and third era would be more likely for a spin off like a Elder Scrolls Travels game (or for a set character a second Elder Scrolls Adventures).

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    • That is also true.

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    • True, and there was only one other of those "odd quests", Waking Nightmare. But if TES IV is going to be a soldier for Tiber, then I would totally play it. The way I see it is like looking into the past of another Dragonborn (Miraak aside although you don't go into his past). But to see what troubles, victories, dramas, and miscellaneous stuff he has been through during the war, it would be a great game.

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    • 97.102.78.215 wrote:
      True, and there was only one other of those "odd quests", Waking Nightmare. But if TES IV is going to be a soldier for Tiber, then I would totally play it. The way I see it is like looking into the past of another Dragonborn (Miraak aside although you don't go into his past). But to see what troubles, victories, dramas, and miscellaneous stuff he has been through during the war, it would be a great game.

      Tes IV was called Oblivion, actually. You weren't a soldier of Tiber Septim. :)

      Summerset Isles takes my vote.

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    • 71.174.211.199 wrote:
      97.102.78.215 wrote:
      True, and there was only one other of those "odd quests", Waking Nightmare. But if TES IV is going to be a soldier for Tiber, then I would totally play it. The way I see it is like looking into the past of another Dragonborn (Miraak aside although you don't go into his past). But to see what troubles, victories, dramas, and miscellaneous stuff he has been through during the war, it would be a great game.
      Tes IV was called Oblivion, actually. You weren't a soldier of Tiber Septim. :)

      Summerset Isles takes my vote.

      I think he meant VI

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    • It would also be fairly easy to do since the entire story is already pretty much written. You can look up "tiber septim" here on this site and from that page alone you already have enough lore to make a whole game.

      My one request would be to get a seriously epic actor to play tiber septim. Who would you guys like to see voice tiber septim?

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    • For the next game I have simple wants...I want to kill elves and I want to kill imperials. If it's set in the summerset isles with an imperial legion that I can massacre...that would be amazing.

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    • This image shows where each TES game has taken place: imgur.com/D4o4c.jpg

      So, assuming Bethesda doesn't revisit a province it's already fully covered, here are the possiblities of which province TES VI might be in:

      -High Rock (only 1/3 was in TES II)

      -Hammerfell (only 1/6 was in TES II)

      -Morrowind (only 1/3 was in TES III)

      -Black Marsh

      -Elsweyr

      -Valenwood

      -Summerset Isles.

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    • Draevan13 wrote:
      This image shows where each TES game has taken place: imgur.com/D4o4c.jpg

      So, assuming Bethesda doesn't revisit a province it's already fully covered, here are the possiblities of which province...

      I'm personally hoping for the Summerset Isles, we've seen High Rock Hammerfell and Morrowind already. The Black Marsh while sounds interesting would be nearly devoid of cities. Elsweyr...I think the Khajiit are ugly (just my personal opinion) and don't want to see them everywhere. Valenwood's a jungle (seen enough of that in Oblivion). That just leaves the Isles, with its rich history, no doubt impressive architecture...and the Psijics...oh man I'd LOVE to join the Psijic order!

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    • The Summerset Isles would also be somewhat jungle like as well i believe, if you look at where they are on a map.

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    • Phantasys wrote:
      Draevan13 wrote:
      This image shows where each TES game has taken place: imgur.com/D4o4c.jpg

      So, assuming Bethesda doesn't revisit a province it's already fully covered, here are the possiblities of which province...

      I'm personally hoping for the Summerset Isles, we've seen High Rock Hammerfell and Morrowind already. The Black Marsh while sounds interesting would be nearly devoid of cities. Elsweyr...I think the Khajiit are ugly (just my personal opinion) and don't want to see them everywhere. Valenwood's a jungle (seen enough of that in Oblivion). That just leaves the Isles, with its rich history, no doubt impressive architecture...and the Psijics...oh man I'd LOVE to join the Psijic

      The Psijic don't live in the summerset

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    • I like the sound of a game revolving round Valenwood.

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    • WrathOfHircine wrote:
      Phantasys wrote:
      Draevan13 wrote:
      This image shows where each TES game has taken place: imgur.com/D4o4c.jpg

      So, assuming Bethesda doesn't revisit a province it's already fully covered, here are the possiblities of which province...

      I'm personally hoping for the Summerset Isles, we've seen High Rock Hammerfell and Morrowind already. The Black Marsh while sounds interesting would be nearly devoid of cities. Elsweyr...I think the Khajiit are ugly (just my personal opinion) and don't want to see them everywhere. Valenwood's a jungle (seen enough of that in Oblivion). That just leaves the Isles, with its rich history, no doubt impressive architecture...and the Psijics...oh man I'd LOVE to join the Psijic
      The Psijic don't live in the summerset


      Fine...if you want to be anal about it, they live NEAR the Isles

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    • The next game will likely be set in Elsweyr, as hinted by The Hope Of The Redoran.

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    • The Z Boss wrote:
      The next game will likely be set in Elsweyr, as hinted by The Hope Of The Redoran.

      I've read it, I don't see how it hints at the next TES game. Besides, that book came out in Morrowind and the next TES game after that was in Cyrodiil, then in Skyrim. I don't think Bethesda was thinking about hinting TES VI way back in TES III :P

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    • But the book reappeared in Skyrim, maybe they just left it there as a note when making Morrowind that they can come back to later in a future TES game.

      The specific reference is: "One of the few magical arts the Psijics of Arteum have kept to themselves, away from the common spells and schools of the Mages Guild, is the gift of divination. Despite this, or perhaps because of it, omens and prophesies abound in Tamriel, some of substance, others of pure folly, and still others so ambiguous as to be unverifiable. There are still other prophesies kept secret, from the prophesies of Dro'Jizad in Elsweyr and the Nerevarine in Morrowind, to the Elder Scrolls themselves." Dro'Jizad being what I'm talking about.

      Also, as Flamedude22 pointed out in the thread about this book hinting at the next TES game, when the Devs announced that there would be no more Skyrim DLC, they said something like: "We hope you continue to pursue your gaming interests here, and elsewhere."

      That can't be a coincidence.

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    • The Z Boss wrote:

      That can't be a coincidence.

      It can be indeed. Every time it comes due for a new TES game speculation abounds, each provincial theory is as likely as the next. No hints were given for Morrowind, or Cyrodiil, or Skyrim, yet those were the chosen ones (I still find "Bethesda was planning on TES VI's setting 15+ years before it came out" a bit hard to believe with that cited book, but anyways). Any province is just as likely as the last. Well except Skyrim, that one's 100% guaranteed not going to be it since Bethesda doesn't do direct sequels.

      As to the "We hope you continue to pursue your gaming interests here, and elsewhere." line, here's an equally likely explanation: "here" means "The Elder Scrolls franchise" while "elsewhere" means outside the franchise, and indeed, what was Bethesda's next big reveal? A game in another franchise; Fallout 4, which they were working on when that announcement you cited was released. Or it could just mean "have fun with gaming in general", and they weren't hinting at anything.

      Regardless, we aren't getting an announcement until at least 2017 while Bethesda works on Fallout 4 and its expansions.

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    • Morrowind was never hinted at, true. But it is not the same case for Oblivion or Skyrim. In the Tribunal expansion, 

      "We realize that the end of the era will bring many changes. We believe that the gates of Oblivion will open, and the multitude of daedra will roam this world freely. Some might tell you that this is a good thing, that we are descended from the daedra and it will be a return to the natural order of things. I know differently, though. The coming age will be a time of great horror."-Eno Romari. I know this doesn't hint at the location of Cyrodiil, but this is an example of hinting at the next ES game. Skyrim takes is a bit further: 

      (After the Oblivion Crisis is over he will make reference to the Blades "biding their time until the rise of the next Dragonborn.")-Talking about Cyrus (Oblivion). Also, NPC dialogue mentions the Nords of Skyrim being at war with the Redoran of Morrowind (hinting at Skyrim, and Solstheim under Redoran control), as well as syndicates of wizards boycotting Imperial goods, (hinting at the thalmor) as well as some other NPC dialogue that I can't remember.

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    • The Z Boss wrote:

      I know this doesn't hint at the location of Cyrodiil, but this is an example of hinting at the next ES game. 

      I'm only talking about geographical location, not conent.

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    • The Z Boss wrote:
      Morrowind was never hinted at, true. But it is not the same case for Oblivion or Skyrim. In the Tribunal expansion, 

      "We realize that the end of the era will bring many changes. We believe that the gates of Oblivion will open, and the multitude of daedra will roam this world freely. Some might tell you that this is a good thing, that we are descended from the daedra and it will be a return to the natural order of things. I know differently, though. The coming age will be a time of great horror."-Eno Romari. I know this doesn't hint at the location of Cyrodiil, but this is an example of hinting at the next ES game. Skyrim takes is a bit further: 

      (After the Oblivion Crisis is over he will make reference to the Blades "biding their time until the rise of the next Dragonborn.")-Talking about Cyrus (Oblivion). Also, NPC dialogue mentions the Nords of Skyrim being at war with the Redoran of Morrowind (hinting at Skyrim, and Solstheim under Redoran control), as well as syndicates of wizards boycotting Imperial goods, (hinting at the thalmor) as well as some other NPC dialogue that I can't remember.

      Solstheim was a gift from the high king

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    • @Draevan13: I know that the reference to Eno Romair was a bad one, my bad. It was just to establish a point that some elements of the next elder scrolls game could be hinted at in a previous one. But still, there was a hint at the location of Skyrim and Solstheim in Oblivion!

      @WrathOfHircine: True, but when I said Solstheim under Redoran control, I didn't mean that the rumor hinted at the Redoran conquering Solstheim from the Nords. I just meant that the rumor was a very vague hint at Skyrim being game location, and Solstheim being DLC location and under the control of the Redoran. Again, my bad for being unclear about that. 

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    • I would love for there to be more reasons (valuable wise) to go into every single shack and what have you. More crazy journals, better loot stashed away, etc.

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    • Knowing if and when this game is released it will come only to the next generation consoles ps4 and the xbox one and of course the PC. Now for me I have only played Oblivion and Skyrim. What I would love to see with Elder Scroll 6 is a different location with a more open world. Being able to utilize the people you and help and the family you can make. Keep things like Vampires and Werewolves in the game to give it more action but improve on the look they poses as well as the way you can create your character. There are so many mods out there for Skyrim what comes next will make the game even better.

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    • Ive only played oblivion and skyrim so dont know much abt morrowind, arena or daggerfall but I think something incorporating the pyandoneas and their own hatred of the altmer would be good something along the lines of an alliance between the pyandoneas and the Empire, perhaps making the pyandoneas a playable race, its a long shot I know and this isnt what I think will happen just what I would like to happen, it could then involve Valenwood, Summerset Isles and pyandonea, and possibly some parts of cyrodiil since I think cyrodiil would look awesome with the same kind of graphics used in skyrim, just my own thoughts on what would make a pretty awesome game 

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    • Hamerfell.. because they have curved swords... and there are many references of Hamerfell in Skyrim (the soldier from hammerfell, lokir want to go to hammerfell, mention of Hammerfell throughout Skyrim's NPC, the guards comment on curved swords, etc). Not to mention the Stros M'Kai and N'Gasta would be an interesting area to play (Let's do some ship war!).

      Elsweyr would be really cool... but yeah. Looking at khajits everywhere I go is somewhat... weird. They are interesting because they're rare.

      Black Marsh might be an interesting place but I doubt because the landscape isn't really good from the description in the whole TES games. I personally don't have much love for Argonian. I don't hate them, but creating a story based on Beast-folk and it's culture as a main story will not come up as a decent story (maybe). But if Bethesda could come up with decent stories, why not? Surprise me.

      Valenwood is jungle, right? Might be a good place but I don't know if Bethesda can make a decent stories in the Valenwood. But if we can get the 'True jungle' where I can only see trees and roots, and others jungle-like landscaping, might be a good place to play (maybe we can climb the tree and jump from a tree to another tree. Good Hunt! And absolutely Hircine will play some major role).

      Summerset Isles is a good place. Magic might be getting a serious remake (and of course: more love to magic). But it will be full of Magic-based guild which is not really a good thing having more than one.

      And no dwarves. They're interesting because they're lost race with thousands of mystery. If they suddenly came back, it will become not very interesting. I just need some epic storyline as the main quest.

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    • In previous games Khajiits were more common and ugly. Hammerfel, i really don't want Hammerfell, too much sand.

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    • Nerevarine465 wrote:
      To get things started, I would like to give two possible story lines that I could see happen:

      1: After the Elder Scrolls were scattered all throughout Tamriel, the next game could be like Arena and take place all across Tamriel. The main quest could delve into what the Elder Scrolls actually are and what is their true purpose.

      2: This one might be more probable, but it might take time to explain. First off, i want to say that I think it would be in Hammerfell. Not because I extremely like Hammerfell, but it seems to be the focal point of the next game. In Oblivion, I distinctly remember hearing many Nords say "I'm from Skyrim" and just an overall impression that was more profound than any other province besides Cyrodiil. Also, the Great War seems to be fought harshly in Hammerfell, what with the Thalmor taking territory there and some Alik'r warriors/Redguard woman in Whiterun saying the resistance to the Thalmor is "alive and well in Hammerfell". 

      The story behind this game in Hammerfell would be the return of the Dwemer. I have a theory behind this as well. There are Dwarven ruins in mainly 3 provinces, Morrowind, Skyrim, and, you guessed it, Hammerfell. This is where they chose to make their home, throwing Volendrung i believe(or some other hammer maybe) and moving to where it landed, thus naming that province "Hammerfell", literaly where the "Hammer Fell".

      One last thing is that in the first part of the game, when you encounter Frostbite Spiders for the first time, Hadvar says "What next, giant snakes?" And I think they might do that n the Alik'r desert.

      Don't you realise that your 1st theory was exactly what people said about TES: V back when it was just a dream? However your 2nd theory does make sense; In Oblivion, the town folk used to talk about "news from other provinces" and they'd frequently mention Skyrim. Just a guess, but I think that the devs at Bethesda already knew where Tes:VI was gonna be when they were developing Skyrim.

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    • They didn't mention skyrim frequntly

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    • I dunno. I like the idea of being able to access all of Tamriel progressively depending on

      1) Which factions you ally yourself with (i.e. joining the Thalmor would unlock Summerset Ilses and Valenwood earlier, while joining their resistance would likely let you unlock Hammerfell and Skyrim first, and joining the Imperials would unlock Cyrodill).

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    • Master of Whisperers
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      I would love for the Elder Scrolls to add...

      1. Players' choices actually influencing the world. I.e. Not still fetching the mead when one has become Harbingr.

      2. Higher AI, Serana of the DG add on was already a step in the right direction. By this I mean mainly small things, such as for example if the player were to wear a hood or helmet that covered most of his face, NPCs wouldn’t immediately recognise him. Or quest initiators talking about secret/evil plans within hearing distance of guards/the victim. Brynjolf immediately comes to mind. Also: Weak NPCs (mainly townies) not rushing to fight a master vampire with an iron dagger, but actually being smart (read: realistic) enough to flee inside. I can't count how many times I had to reload during a dragon/vampire attack. And even if NPCs should die, which in a tough world like Tamriel can't be avoided, then at least have them replaced by new ones.

      3. A real population that is appropriate for a city/town of a certain size. Solitude had about 30 NPCs. What kind of a capital is that?

      4. Weather and actual seasons. Skyrim is arguably the coldest province of Tamriel, yet Whiterun is still green and blooming in the middle of Evening Star.

      5. More realism in terms of travelling and survival. Something like frostfall mod should be included in the vanilla version of the next game.

      6. The mages need a major overhaul.

      7. Gear modifying possibilities. Not only standard gear but perhaps add something that lets the player create his own armour/weapon. Choose colour, material, look of the sword handle/blade, add a plate here or there, basically something like car tuning in GTA 5 only for weapons and armour. I would just love to have something truly unique and exactly to my taste.

      8. Real possibilities to become involved in lore, such as offering the player to actively worship Aedra/Daedra. Or even just granting the ability to live a day to day normal citizen life in one of the cities without it becoming too repetitive. I tried an aristocrat/diplomat playthrough once, mainly focusing on speech and getting around non violently, wielding power through knowledge (kind of like Varys from GoT, who generously lend me his title to use as my username): it got VERY boring VERY quickly.

      9. The cojones to make the game truly adults only. It already has the 18+ rating, why hold back on stuff like sex, brothels, drug use etc. I don’t mean that I necessarily want stuff like animated sex, but adding brothels or drug addiction wouldn’t be too farfetched. Even making the player truly nude when undressed wouldn’t be too much of an issue. My god, they’re genitals. Everyone has one or the other; it’s nothing to make a fuss about. All this is especially the case in a universe that is similar to Game of Thrones, where things such as soldiers raping women after battles are freely spoken about, because they’re true. And they have been true in our very own real history as well. Don’t be afraid of the grit, Bethesda.

      10. This is a fairly small one, but again this adds to realism. Don’t make marriageable NPCs pansexual. So the homosexuals among us won’t get to marry a cutie like Farkas. Big deal. I’m not against inclusion and I’m not in the least homophobic, but simply adding these things to games for the sole purpose of being inclusive is a bit annoying to be honest. Again, this is only a small point, it doesn’t bother me THAT much.

      Off the top of my head, that’s it, but there’s probably more where that came from. Everyone feel free to weigh in.

      -Master of Whisperers

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    • 99.251.210.178 wrote:
      6. I don't want it to turn into Sim City 

      (I thoroughly enjoyed hearthfire, and would love for them to expand upon the concept in the next game (perhaps by making each buildable house unique, or by making the houses more customizable. Ex: the fact that you could only have the bedroom in the west wing, but not the east wing was just stupid) however, i don't want them to turn it into building towns or cities, or becoming a Lord or king) 

      7. I don't want them to add sex

      (If you so desperately want to simulate sex, play a different game)   

      8. I don't want them to keep the current guilds system

      (every guild is basically the fighters guild now. If it says thieves guild, I expect them to base the quest line on theft, not combat) 

      This. Especially your point about the guilds. Sure, one or two quests wherein one has to 'fight the power' through combat isn't bad, but especially the Thieves guild questline simply turned into a 'explore dungeon X and retrieve artifact Y' thing later on. The quests with Goldenglow and Talen Jei on the other hand were much more true to a proper thief.

      I don't entirely agree with point 7, but read my list of new features I would like to see, specifically point 9:

      1. Players' choices actually influencing the world. I.e. Not still fetching the mead when one has become Harbingr.

      2. Higher AI, Serana of the DG add on was already a step in the right direction. By this I mean mainly small things, such as for example if the player were to wear a hood or helmet that covered most of his face, NPCs wouldn’t immediately recognise him. Or quest initiators talking about secret/evil plans within hearing distance of guards/the victim. Brynjolf immediately comes to mind. Also: Weak NPCs (mainly townies) not rushing to fight a master vampire with an iron dagger, but actually being smart (read: realistic) enough to flee inside. I can't count how many times I had to reload during a dragon/vampire attack. And even if NPCs should die, which in a tough world like Tamriel can't be avoided, then at least have them replaced by new ones.

      3. A real population that is appropriate for a city/town of a certain size. Solitude had about 30 NPCs. What kind of a capital is that?

      4. Weather and actual seasons. Skyrim is arguably the coldest province of Tamriel, yet Whiterun is still green and blooming in the middle of Evening Star.

      5. More realism in terms of travelling and survival. Something like frostfall mod should be included in the vanilla version of the next game.

      6. The mages need a major overhaul.

      7. Gear modifying possibilities. Not only standard gear but perhaps add something that lets the player create his own armour/weapon. Choose colour, material, look of the sword handle/blade, add a plate here or there, basically something like car tuning in GTA 5 only for weapons and armour. I would just love to have something truly unique and exactly to my taste.

      8. Real possibilities to become involved in lore, such as offering the player to actively worship Aedra/Daedra. Or even just granting the ability to live a day to day normal citizen life in one of the cities without it becoming too repetitive. I tried an aristocrat/diplomat playthrough once, mainly focusing on speech and getting around non violently, wielding power through knowledge (kind of like Varys from GoT, who generously lend me his title to use as my username): it got VERY boring VERY quickly.

      9. The cojones to make the game truly adults only. It already has the 18+ rating, why hold back on stuff like sex, brothels, drug use etc. I don’t mean that I necessarily want stuff like animated sex, but adding brothels or drug addiction wouldn’t be too farfetched. Even making the player truly nude when undressed wouldn’t be too much of an issue. My god, they’re genitals. Everyone has one or the other; it’s nothing to make a fuss about. All this is especially the case in a universe that is similar to Game of Thrones, where things such as soldiers raping women after battles are freely spoken about, because they’re true. And they have been true in our very own real history as well. Don’t be afraid of the grit, Bethesda.

      10. This is a fairly small one, but again this adds to realism. Don’t make marriageable NPCs pansexual. So the homosexuals among us won’t get to marry a cutie like Farkas. Big deal. I’m not against inclusion and I’m not in the least homophobic, but simply adding these things to games for the sole purpose of being inclusive is a bit annoying to be honest. Again, this is only a small point, it doesn’t bother me THAT much.

      Off the top of my head, that’s it, but there’s probably more where that came from. As for a setting, I don't care so much, as long as it offers enough diversity in terms of landscape. Elsweyr would probably be too much of simple wasteland for me. Everyone feel free to weigh in.

      -Master of Whisperers

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    • 9- The game has unkilable children, how do you want sex?

      10- Agree, i hate when everyone is pansexual in a game like in Dragon Age II

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    • WrathOfHircine wrote:

      9- The game has unkilable children, how do you want sex?

      10- Agree, i hate when everyone is pansexual in a game like in Dragon Age II

      Simple: Put brothels in a town, player enters, picks a girl (or discreetly tells the owner he prefers ‘something else’), pays for a selectable amount of time and the girl/something else takes him to one of the rooms. Screen goes black like sleeping and player leaves the room, having a ‘Lover’s Comfort’ boost perhaps, or additional health for a certain amount of time.

      Also NPCs talking about sex could be more abundant. As in men in a tavern harassing the tavern wenches or more blatant/tasteless flirting attempts or something along those lines. The only thing we got in Skyrim was a quest to threaten Haelga with making her ‘Dibellan Arts’ public knowledge. And Maven, who every now and again calls her the obscene synonym for pavement socialite. Other than some vague talk about ‘golden haired maids’ there isn’t anything.


      As for the pansexuality: Of course I don’t want anyone to feel excluded, but perhaps it might be a better idea to have some assigned NPCs who are homosexual (perhaps even some bisexuals) with whom a player of the same gender could engage in a secret relationship for fear of being found out and harassed. Would add another challenge to the game and much, much more realism. 

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    • Master of Whisperers wrote:
      WrathOfHircine wrote:
      9- The game has unkilable children, how do you want sex?

      10- Agree, i hate when everyone is pansexual in a game like in Dragon Age II

      Simple: Put brothels in a town, player enters, picks a girl (or discreetly tells the owner he prefers ‘something else’), pays for a selectable amount of time and the girl/something else takes him to one of the rooms. Screen goes...

      1- Agree

      2- Agree

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    • Three more things:

      1. Put the roads on the map. 

      2. Add more options to the character creation screen and make the eye colours more discernible, perhaps add a list of pictures of the different colours from which to select one, like The Sims did. Also a more modifiable body type. The skinniest men still have the muscle definition of a bodybuilder.

      3. Please let followers be able to ride. 

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    • I agree that followers should be able to ride horses as well. For characters it needs to be easier when you create your character. Make it to where that if you want to be a vampire you can start out as a vampire or if you want to be a werewolf make it to where you can start out as a werewolf. This game needs to be an Elder Scroll game and not a Sims game. The way you make your character now is still pretty easy. Just want to see more open world faster travel time.

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    • Yes, it's easy enough, but that wasn't really my point, nor that I want the entire game to be more like The Sims. My point is that there need to be more options for creating a character, such as age, face width and body type to only name a few.

      The thing with the eye colour selection has to do with the fact that numerous players (myself included) have complained about not being able to see any difference between the colours in the creation screen which made it difficult to choose a colour at all. 

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    • What about a game where the dwarves come back as a playable race. And they don't realise that two hundred years have passed since they've been gone. Your character is exploring a dwarves city when they come back, and in order to save his/her own life, they must work for the dwarves in a questions that includes all the provinces of Tamriel, elder scrolls, dragons, falmer, and destroying the Altimer Emperor.  And also travel is made different by using the mines of the dwarven kingdoms to get to new location in a different province. Of course, you can travel to different plains of Oblivion, with an online mode, as well. 

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    • Though it would be awesome for it to take place in  valenwood I think that the game would be increadably annoying based on the fact that if some of their cities are built in MIGRATORY TREES, sweet idea but... it would mean that the cities are almost never in the same spot.  This would drive me crazy.  I hope that I can get to see either the black marsh or elswr in the next TES release.

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    • 24.62.39.194 wrote:
      Though it would be awesome for it to take place in  valenwood I think that the game would be increadably annoying based on the fact that if some of their cities are built in MIGRATORY TREES, sweet idea but... it would mean that the cities are almost never in the same spot.  This would drive me crazy.  I hope that I can get to see either the black marsh or elswr in the next TES release.

      Fast travel?

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    • Cities in moving trees would be amazing to watch from the outside. And that could be a transportation mechanism in itself

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    • 68.185.150.146 wrote:
      What about a game where the dwarves come back as a playable race. And they don't realise that two hundred years have passed since they've been gone. Your character is exploring a dwarves city when they come back, and in order to save his/her own life, they must work for the dwarves in a questions that includes all the provinces of Tamriel, elder scrolls, dragons, falmer, and destroying the Altimer Emperor.  And also travel is made different by using the mines of the dwarven kingdoms to get to new location in a different province. Of course, you can travel to different plains of Oblivion, with an online mode, as well. 

      You would need a supercomputer to run a game that big.

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    • Honestly I would love to see the game take place in High rock and hammerfell because it makes sense to have a lot of dwarven ruins, changing in the climate from the snowy north to desert south and they could make up a complete new storyline due to the fact that nothing is happening there.  

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    • Valenwood wouldn't make sense, since you can explore it in ESO, and Bethesda wouldn't want to make levels that they have already made, just 1,000 years later, so the most probable locations are in Black Marsh, and Elsweyr.

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    • This is what I want

      The game to be set in Hammerfell because there are Dwemer ruins there and I want to find out more about the Dwemer.

      1 remaining Dwemer is the main villain and wants to use an army of dwarven automatons to rebuild the Dwemer empire.

      Other villains should be the Thalmor and they plan to re-invade Hammerfell, there could also be a dlc where you have to help to destroy them.

      I would like the morag tong to return.

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    • I personally would like to see us coming back to Daggerfall, perhaps just High Rock this time. I'd also like to see a storyline focused on Orsinium and the Orcs' rise to power. A story line where the Orcs are beginning to form an empire in High Rock and the hero could help them (as they are taking back land that has been denied from them for years) or choose to fight them (as they are takign the rightful land of other imperial citizens. Either one would have their own moral ups and downs, giving no clear choice. The player could also just try and remain "witcher neutrality" (he's not a witcher, obviously, but I just like using that term, so...), or try coming up with a diplomatic solution. I would also like to see the ability to raise an entire band of warriors, manage estates (like the settlements in Fallout 4, but much different, like a cross of those F4 settlements and Hearthfire's manors), trade with caravans, with what you tend to buy and sell actualyl influencing prices of that type of item (so if you rely on selling gems alot, you may notice gems slowly decreasing in value over time, but something like the price of enchanted armor increasing steadily as well), and some armor/weapon customization. Also, don't screw up the dialouge stuff like you did in Fallout 4 please. TES would just not be the same with the Bioware-style dialouge wheel, and it'd probably feel even more alienating and out of place in TES. Other main questlines like the near-arbitrary theives guild questline, and a war with the Thalmor (you know it was gonna be on here) questiline as well. There are other things that I would like to see as well, but I am not going to bother listing them, as I don't want to take up the entire page!

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    • What I want E.S. VI is for online to be optional & a co-op for off-line.

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    • Elder Scrolls 6 should not have the dwemer returning seriosly think of how real that would be they have been missing for over hundreds of years. And sticking with TES theme it should be one province like Skyrim, Oblivion, And Morrowind.

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    • 67.184.14.89 wrote:
      Elder Scrolls 6 should not have the dwemer returning seriosly think of how real that would be they have been missing for over hundreds of years. And sticking with TES theme it should be one province like Skyrim, Oblivion, And Morrowind.

      So what? TES VI doesn't necessarily have to be set after Skyrim. Why couldn't it be a prequel? Besides, even if it was set after the events of Skyrim, there's always vampirism. Plus the Dwemer were the most technologically advanced race we know about, they could surely find a way...

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    • The numbered games have always gone forward in time, personally i don't want to see the Dwemer return i see the disappearance of the Dwarves as a defining part of TES history that should be stuck to (and it helps set it apart from other rpgs).

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    • Maybe just a couple dwarves, like what we saw in Morrowind. I'd most certainly not mind that.

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    • If there was going to be another game set after the events of Skyrim, there'd almost certainly have to be another dragon break (like they had after Daggerfall) to screw with the outcome of the civil war, and I don't think they really want to do that sort of thing a second time. I kinda think that Skyrim is the culmination of the entire series, and that there won't be any games after it (ignoring TES Online).

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    • We Already saw a dwemer in morrowind. I wasn't saying that I wanted them all to return but I wanted one to be alive and it has an army of automatons and they are the main villains. We have already seen automatons in Skyrim so it wouldn't ruin any mystery.

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      Nerevarine465 wrote:
      K, I made a more full theory here: http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Nerevarine465/My_TES_VI_Prediction
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    • What would be cool is if they had a ES origins with the ancient races such as dwemer, falmer (that can see) and ayleids based all over tamriel and the discovery of the land.

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    • What if we could travel back in time, literally to prevent the loss of all those races that don't exist as humanoids in Skyrim? Ones such as Snow Elves, Dwemer, Chimer, Akaviri, Nede, Ayleid, Atmoran and whatever other races that have either been altered or destroyed could be visited in one or more games.

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    • That'd be cool, although the Atmorans weren't really destroyed, more just incorpirated into the population of Nords and Bretons, which basically means that they've blended and mixed in. 

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    • Black Marsh seems impossible, because if I'm not mistaken, there are to many diseases for most races to exist there.

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    • Snowviraptor wrote:
      Black Marsh seems impossible, because if I'm not mistaken, there are to many diseases for most races to exist there.

      Dude, it's a game with magic, dinosaur like demons, and gods. If most races can survive in Coldharbour or Deadlands, most races can survive in Black Marsh.

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    • Funny that you mention that, because I just came up with a (likely unoriginal) story that would make the most sense set in Black Marsh, although it does seem like a repeat of the Skyrim story a bit. Take note I'm a bit of a newbie at the lore, so this might make no sense.

      If I'm not mistaken, Black Marsh has many powerful Governments, but only one is in complete control of the province. This government is preparing to join the Aldmeri Dominion, seeing it as an advantage. Other governments disagree, throwing Black Marsh into it's own Civil War. 

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    • 97.75.153.249 wrote:
      I think that it will be great in any place because it is the elder scrolls

      Hear, hear!

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    • Clyfirn wrote:
      Valenwood wouldn't make sense, since you can explore it in ESO, and Bethesda wouldn't want to make levels that they have already made, just 1,000 years later, so the most probable locations are in Black Marsh, and Elsweyr.

      Incase you didn't know, Bethesda didn't make ESO.

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    • The Nerevarine's expedition to akavir.... I dont want to see another awfully small world ( Fallout 4 )..

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    • Yea i would like it to take place in elsweyr or Black Marsh

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    • Hammerfell!

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