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Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The (pc) (pc) [Any %] [Single Segment]

Decision: Accept

Congratulations to 'AntonioPeremin'!
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Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The (pc) (pc) [Any %] [Single Segment]

Verification Files

http://v.speeddemosarchive.com/morrowind-312-v_IQ.mp4

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The Looney Bin
A/V Quality - Good
I'm not really familiar with Morrowind, so I don't know if going OoB in dungeons counts as cheating. Everything else seems to check out.

Looking at this rum makes me think that Bethesda really should re-release this game and cut out all of the loading times because good god it seemed like there was one every 10 seconds lol. Anyways, the run looked solid and judging by a quick comparison between this run and the previous run, this does indeed appear to be faster by quite a bit (4:21 for this run vs the 5:44 of the currently published run). For reference, I timed from the moment you click out of the "WASD Movement" prompt to the moment the screen cuts to red narrating that you are "free".

Not much to say except that it looks like a good improvement and definitely an Accept.
Antonio: Couldn't you mention what's new or better in your run comments? We're getting tired of watching your improvements trickling in one by one, and of the work it involves to process them, even though they're getting progressively better (well, they wouldn't be improvements otherwise).
LotBlind:"Couldn't you mention what's new or better in your run comments?"-nothing new,strategy is the same, just better execution.
Well, I can confirm this is faster than before, quite visibly. No A/V problems. Going OOB means it gets the "large skips" or possibly "uber-large skips" tag.

accept
Improvement submitted. Link to the new run in the second post.
Well it's an improvement

accept
Decision posted.