Oblivion mod dating
In addition, all of Oblivion's quests, locations, and characters will be ported to Skyblivion.There's still no release date yet for the mod, but TESRenewal promises that it'll be entirely free.Vilja was no longer just a companion mod - she was a person who kept growing as he, Emma, and Charles worked on her.One of the most important features that was added to Vilja was the lead-the-way function, which Pratchett had specifically requested to help with his Alzheimer's.In this message, Pratchett mentioned how enamoured he had become with Vilja, specifically mentioning his appreciation for the way in which she would acknowledge small gifts such as strawberries."He also praised the modding community as a whole, mentioning how impressed he was by the effort put into mods, and how much he enjoyed using them."Emma didn't know if this was the real Terry Pratchett, but she responded anyway and the two struck up a regular correspondence."The day after, I made him a 'goblin peace amulet' to make the goblins non-hostile and allow him to explore their dungeons without having to kill anyone." As it turns out, the reason Pratchett was fascinated with goblins in the first place was due to research he was conducting for his 2011 novel, Snuff.
After making the transition from Morrowind to Oblivion, Emma sought to create a companion for herself.
"He even managed to put in a bunch of easter eggs for Snuff."Eventually, Pratchett even started to write dialogue for Vilja based on his exploration of the goblin dungeons of Oblivion.
This led to a regular contribution of voice lines for Vilja from Pratchett, to the extent that the majority of Vilja's Thieves Guild dialogue can be attributed to him."Terry always had a very humble and polite way of suggesting things for Vilja," Emma said.
After Pratchett expressed his desire to give Vilja a flower for saving his character's life, Emma started to work on the "Give a gift" function.
"Terry actually named most of the 'special items' that you could give away," Emma said.
This resulted in the creation of Vilja, a Nord alchemist designed to keep Emma company as she traversed the world of Oblivion.