The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal Crack/Patch

The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal A ruthless new king has taken the throne of Morrowind, while an aging god drifts deeper into madness. Continue your epic journey into vast new cities, and through massive, epic-sized dungeons. The fate of Morrowind is in your hands again. [Bethesda Softworks]

Download The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 82 / 100
User rating
8.4
Downloads 1256
Genre Role-Playing, First-Person, Western-Style
Players 1 Player
Company / Developer
Bethesda Softworks / Bethesda Softworks

The Elder Scrolls III: Tribunal reviews ( 6 )

Rafke, Jan 15, 2003

The Games is wonderful. A good expansion for what is propably the greatest RPG ever designed. I had fun for hours and hours playing morrowind and Tribunal. Can't wait for the next expansion pack !!!!!!

gracjanski, Nov 22, 2015

Great addon. Great political story with intrigues and political groups. Graphics is much better and even better with mods. Unfortunately I couldnt fix the low visibility range. I noticed the better KI of the fellows. After spending 200 hours in Morrowind I appreciated the lower duration of this addon (btw. it is just an addon, no full game ;) )

JB, Aug 11, 2006

An excellent expansion. Tribunal is to Morrowind what Throne of Bhaal was to Baldur's Gate II. In fact, there are some similarities in the storylines of these two games. If you liked Elder Scrolls III, you should buy this.

DeusXCom, Aug 2, 2014

I loved the original Morrowind and it's main storyline very dearly and one of the most interesting things about it was the entire Tribunal business with the false gods, but in the main game you could only see one of them - Vivec, so I was really happy to see Tribunal instead of trying to do something completely different, rather expanding on the original and continuing where it left off, located right in the Morrowind's capital Mournhold and focusing on the other false gods of the Tribunal - Almalexia and Sotha Sil. The locations were just the opposite compared to the original game, so instead of vast outside planes it's located in more interior based locations, new equipment, lots of new interesting quests (loved the one with the live theater). I know I'm in the minority with this opinion, but I enjoyed Tribunal much more than Bloodmoon. 8/10

FFStudios, Aug 18, 2012

Compared with Bloodmoon, Tribunal is somewhat underwhelming to explorers such as myself. This expansion adds little more than a few large but barren sections of a city without altering the gameplay much at all. I'd still recommend Tribunal for the political intrigue which led through an interesting series of agendas and mysteries that I always liked about (most) ES games. So all in all, Tribunal adds an interesting story but little else besides some new, relatively empty areas of a city.

Arroyo_man, Jun 4, 2017

As an expansion it was OK i guess... New town felt rather small and empty. The part of MQ with the sewers was a total drag... but still, game was pretty interesting at times, great addition to lore of Morrowind. Felt good after the end and great gear as a reward was definitely worth the huss, best longswords in game :)