Welcome to Project Tamriel!


Project Tamriel is a collection of mod projects that work together on several provinces of Tamriel in the world-space and timeline of TES III: Morrowind. At this time, four projects, Skyrim: Home of the Nords, Province: Cyrodiil, High Rock: 3E427 and Project Hammerfell are being actively developed. The first two already have playable releases.

Keep up-to-date with the latest progress on our Discord Server!

We work closely with Tamriel Rebuilt, another TESIII mod project, and aim to provide content compatible with their development of the entire province of Morrowind. A few years ago, Project Tamriel and Tamriel Rebuilt combined their assets in a shared repository known as Tamriel_Data to better ensure consistency across all projects. We're always looking for new developers! If you're interested in working on interiors, exteriors, models, quests, sounds, or even just books, then please register and make a thread in the Showcase forum.

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  • May 2024 Progress Update

    Mon May 20, 2024 9:39 pm

    Project Tamriel is a collective of modding projects for TES III: Morrowind that aims to recreate the provinces of the continent of Tamriel found outside the borders of the original game world. The provinces of Skyrim, Cyrodiil, High Rock and Hammerfell are currently in active development.

    Welcome, citizens and adventurers of Tamriel, to our development roundup article! While Project Tamriel works tirelessly on the upcoming Cyrodiil release, we thought it'd be a great time to inform you about our news in a fresh format.

    So make yourself some tea, sit back, and enjoy this overview of our projects’ recent progress, and what is still in the works for the near future!


    Province: Cyrodiil is currently the main focus of the whole project, as its upcoming area, the Abecean Shores release, is in its finishing stages. This release has been in development for over a decade, limited for many years by a lack of the development resources needed to bring so much content up to the quality standards of our other well-established projects, but it is now approaching completion.

    Release area of the upcoming Abecean Shores update, hopefully bringing Cyrodiil to you in the coming months.

    We are planning to release Abecean Shores in the second half of 2024. This release will be Project Tamriel’s first full release in the Imperial Province of Cyrodiil, and include a huge swathe of that country’s western coast and seaboard.

    The Abecean Shores release area covers the Kingdom of Anvil in its entirety: a temperate and Mediterranean realm with broad swathes of wilderness, dozens of dungeons, a vast sea area, and many settlements. The largest of these is the city of Anvil itself, a powerful and prosperous port city known for its beautiful temples, thriving markets, and bustling harbor.

    The kingdom also includes the dusty caravan town of Brina Cross, a picturesque island town called Charach, and several villages that dot the Strident Coast region. The lands of the Abecean Shores are like nothing in TES III, Tamriel Rebuilt, or PT’s Skyrim - in Cyrodiil, players will have a chance to experience a very different part of the world, with new factions, new conflicts, new history, and new adventures.

    The city of Anvil is the focal point of the release, bringing one of the landmarks of Cyrodiil to life and offering a heavy load of quests within the city itself.

    In addition to the mainland, a large portion of the Abecean Sea will be included in the release, offering many islands and underwater adventures for any explorer brave enough to dive in. Those who dare to delve even deeper will discover lost ruins of the Ayleids, shipwrecks from many lands and eras, and ancient Dreugh citadels that burrow their way below the seafloor. The lairs of these chthonic monsters, as well as their hoards of treasure, have been developed for you by LilianaUnfolded and Aveno.

    Our exterior developers are in the process of reviewing the final remaining islands of the release. Thanks to the new seafloor development standards set by Silvone, the...

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