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The Elder Scrolls Quests Series
This collection contains all of the ThirteenOranges' The Elder Scrolls Quests series. A series of lore friendly quests focusing on story driven and explorative gameplay and bringing a wide variety of high quality new locations, both exterior landscapes, interior buildings and dungeons. Every quest tells it's own stories and do not need to be played in the order they were created. It will be updated when new quests are added.

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- Sorcery
- Sea Of Ghosts
- And the Realms of Daedra
- No Mercy
- The Bigger They Are


- Brand new lore friendly quests in keeping with the style and themes of the core Skyrim experience.
- Varied and exotic new areas to see and explore, including new exterior locations, dungeons and realms of Oblivion.
- New stories to follow and discover throughout each quest.
- Any characters that feature in these quests are fully voiced.
- New bonus perks (not skill perks) and balanced, named weapons and armor with unique effects.
- [b]Compatible with all Bethesda DLC. No Prerequisites.[/b]


- For all 4 to work, you may need to change the load order. For me making sure Sea of Ghosts is higher in the load order than my other mods was the trick.

- All my mods are fully compatible with Dawnguard.
Items (5)
Quest: Sorcery
Created by ThirteenOranges
The forgotten treasure of a great Sorcerer lies hidden in a long abandoned tower, kept away from the world and its perils for many long years. Time has come to unravel the Sorcerer's mysteries. Travel to the mountains of the West Reach to find the Sorcere...
Quest: Sea Of Ghosts
Created by ThirteenOranges
The Sea Of Ghosts are the cold and dangerous waters on the northern coasts of Tamriel. Among the mists and fog lie many secrets, treasures and stories long since forgotten. Travel these dangerous waters with the crew of The Winter's Warmth, exploring many...
Quest: And the Realms of Daedra
Created by ThirteenOranges
In the early days of the First Era the Chimer warlord Ornarol made a pact with the Daedra before betraying them to his own ends. When his deceit was discovered the three Daedric Princes tore his soul asunder, each taking part of his soul as a trophy, leav...
Quest: No Mercy
Created by ThirteenOranges
A messenger has been sent from a small chapel of Stendarr to the Vigilant at Stendarr's Beacon, seeking aid against an unknown evil, but the messenger never made it to her destination. Investigate events at Stendarr's Chapel and explore the dark and dange...
Quest: The Bigger They Are
Created by ThirteenOranges
A great hero of the Companions lies dead before he could defeat his greatest quest, the slaying of the great giant, Barlok'Gosh. Take up the arms of Holfir Giant Slayer and travel dangerous roads and caves to find Barlok'Gosh and finish what he started.
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Fearic Aug 9 @ 9:26pm 
Am I the only one who wasnt too impressed with the majority of these? Most felt randomly put together or rushed =/
A Space Butterfly that also happens to meXD
Commander Dylan Aug 5 @ 1:10am 
@TheGman Workshop mod downloads can easily be corrupted and are more susceptible to corrupting your game if the download has any teenie tiny issue, if you download and manually install mods at least you can check them first. NMM sucks granted, but its still hell of a lot better than constant gray face, and cookie cutter companion mods, and rushed hair brained mods that the workshop is chock full of.
~$YOUr A$$~ Aug 2 @ 7:51am 
very nice quests.
A Space Butterfly Jul 28 @ 7:47pm 
*Looks for some grass mods*
*Finds one of these mods, therefore making me download all of them*
Dammit workshop.
Namlem Jul 26 @ 11:20am 
You can use Nexus and Workshop and still control all your files with Wrye Bash.
Benyed Jul 19 @ 1:29am 
Oh and i've downloaded the nexus mod manager FOUR times now because it efs up all the time.
Benyed Jul 19 @ 1:27am 
The only things Nexus has on the Workshop, are that they have a few thousand more mods, and they can be much bigger. Steam Workshop however is a bajillion times easier to download mods on, and you can probably trust Steam alot more than Nexus.
Mumbles Jul 15 @ 6:37am 
Matters to many - these mods look very well done - which is rare for the Workshop. But the workshop is also why I won't ever use them.

You should respect serious mod user's desires to be in full control of their data folder and host them somewhere else as well. I'm not saying Nexus - there are other options - but I'm not risking my saves on the possibility of these being taken down one day and breaking my game.
Darth Postal Jul 14 @ 10:56am 
Very nice quests! Thank you!