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Hlormaren Brilnosu Llarys

I found a odd consistency issue with Brilnosu Llarys at Hlormaren. For some reason Brilnosu Llarys is in full Ebony Armor. In regular Morrowind she is a battlemage and only has a Ebony Cuirass, Ebony Greaves, shoes and robes (I know robes don't work the same as in Oblivion). Was this done on purpose? I ask because it's pretty overpowered since it's close to Seyda Neen and you'd already have the second best heavy armor set quick.

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If you can beat her and her

If you can beat her and her crew that is... ;-)

There were easier exploits in vanilla Morrowind. For example if you go west from Seyda Neen to Hla Oad, there was a daedric shrine somewhere in the area (don't remember the name right now) with an orc outside. You could jump on a rock and kill him with magic or arrows while he was trying to get up to you. He had a full set of orcish armor, including an orcish tower shield. Not bad for a start, isn't it?

I agree that NPCs should be resembled as best as possible, but sometimes this is hard to do. Brilnosu Llarys is one of the cases. One could give her a robe, but that would leave her without armor. One could give her just the cuirass, greaves and some shoes, but that would look really strange. I guess a compromise might be cuirass, greaves and boots. This would look ok and still be an unfinished set.

In general I worry more about all the people I met in Morroblivion, who don't even have trousers on... *ding dong* :-D

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From my point of view, I don

From my point of view, I don't think it would look weird for her to wear a Ebony cuirass, Ebony greaves, and shoes. I am aware of that Orc near the Daedric Shrine. There's actually two of them but one has a full set while one of them is missing three components I remeber. Actually Hlormaren is pretty easy in Oblivion. Blocking in Morrowind isn't as advanced as Oblivion's blocking mechanics also two-handed weapons are very lethal in Morrowind with one hit kills. That Orc standing right next to the door is specifically deadly in regular Morrowind because he has a Orchish Warhammer. The people I remember who run without trousers in Morrowind is the Dreamers.