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Shivering Isles - same old Oblivion, now with teh funnies!!!

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Shivering Isles - same old Oblivion, now with teh funnies!!!

Game News - posted by Role-Player on Mon 1 January 2007, 16:33:14

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

News of another Oblivion expansion have surfaced at Bethesda's forums. Titled Shivering Isles, the expansion is previewed on the February 2007 issue of PC Gamer US.

Rather than expand into another province of Tamriel, Bethesda dipped into the lore and decided to transport players to the 'Shivering Isles' known also as 'The realm of Madness', the daedric realm ruled by the prince Sheogorath. (Just on a side note, if anyone has the played the Sheogorath Shrine Quests, they should set the tone for the expansion - twisted and at times sadistic humor).

The god Juggalef is preparing his 'once-in-an-eon' Greymarch - a cleansing of the land and everyone within, including, by extension, Sheogorath himself. With this premise you are allowed entry to the shivering isles, a place where everything is a bit off - including the plants, landscapes, creatures and NPCs.

The strangeness of the Shivering isles creates a lot of humor - "Not only are a lot of the NPCs downright hilarious, thanks to the insanity that permeates the land, but the humor also lends something of a clasic LucasArts adventure game bent to the Quests you'll embark upon. You'll laugh more in 10 hours with Shivering isles than you did with 100 hours with the parent game".​

Is there a chance to ask NPCs where I can find laughter?

Spotted at: RPG Watch

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