the third, and best in my opinion game of the elder scrolls series. it takes place in the province of morrowind (duh) and is the first game of the series that is actually fun and interesting. it has a huge fully explorable world, interactive quests, about 300 charachters, millions of monsters to kill, and myriad patches and downloads, some official most not. it can still be bought in gaming stores. Although the graphics leave something to be desired by todays standards, this is the game that the mighty bethesda softworks cut their teeth on before making fallout 3
It is very addictive and i can tell you pretty much any thing about it, having played it for like five years. oddly i like it better than the 4th installment, Oblivion. Warning- can be adictive as WoW, Halo, Half Life 2, or any other good game. User may suffer from withdrawl, so threat them with measured doses, gradually weaning them off, while talking in much detail about how good other games are.
Man, where the hell have you got to the past year? we thought you died!

Ah, iv'e been in Morrowind, and finally came back to school bvecause i beat it eight times, and the doctor said i heve to wear light-sensitive glasses for the rest of my life cause the computer burned my eyes.
by ilpuglasagna July 18, 2009
The third game in the Elder Scrolls series. It starts off that you are a prisoner being released to a country called Morrowind. You can be a: imperial (stuck-up white dude), breton (mellow guy with a tan), redguard (tough black guy), nord (giant viking), orc (big green guy), khajit (catperson with kangaroo feet), argonian (creepy lizardperson), wood elf (hippie with pointy ears), high elf (asian with pointy ears), or a dark elf (grey racist with pointy ears). It has a wide variety of cultures and places, as well as unusual animals. The only real-world animals seem to be rats, as the wilderness is populated by creatures that range from foot-long maggots to two-legged triceratops to large birds with fins. The geography of Morrowind is mostly made up of swamps, forests and dusty wastelands. There are, of course, cities and towns populated by civilized people. You can buy flowers, booze, weapons, armors, spells, potions, food, and clothing, as well as talk to people. As is customary in the medieval fantasy genre, the tombs and crypts are filled with undead. "People" enemies include bandits, slave-drivers, and psychopaths. Magical creatures are less common, but can be found if one seeks the most forbidding places. On average, Morrowind has the same laws as the real world. It may seem to new players like a whole new world, but as with all things, the key is moderation.
Someone introducing their friend to Morrowind;

Noob:Why are the dark elves so rude?

Experienced Player:You're from another country. Why else would the guard ask you where you're from when you arrived at the dock?

Noob:Stupid dark elves.

Experienced Player:*sigh*
by Wilddwarf June 17, 2009
A "morrowind" is a person who has been playing morrowind for quite some time and is aquiring certain features and characteristics. Morrowinds often dwell in cold dark rooms in fine garmets. The are really into having class or being "high quality". Morrowinds also refuse to take off there shoes no matter where they are at. Morrowinds like thier alone time in the dark away from everything except their computer. They really enjoy fine alchohalic beverages such as a nice cold glass of brandy. All Morrowinds are atheists, no matter what. They have no emotions, they wouldnt shed a damn tear if there loved ones perished. Morrowinds will never get "grudgy" or dirty. They are ruthless motherfuckers at times. Most morrowinds are reported drug addicts/ alchohalics. They age really quick and can grow beards at early ages.
Drew: What are we doing today bro?

Morrowind: I need a damn stiff drink.

Drew: What? No way.

Morrowind: Give me my brandy.

Roger: Whats that music?

Morrowind: Its Satans music..

Roger: Your a fucking morrowind

Charlie: Your friend sandra has died

Morrowind: Oh..

Charlie: You okay bro? you dont seem upset

Morrowind: I would never shed a damn tear for her..

by El Maloso March 25, 2009
The most MESSED up game EVER.
Morrowind User: A guy at a fighting club sent me to find a cube in a tomb so he would tell me about a cult

Human Being : Wtf?
by Caius Justinas April 14, 2005
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