We’ve all thought at some point, “Would I like myself if I met myself?” Unfortunately, the only people who can fully know the answer to this question are twins and clones.
A time machine would be necessary if we wanted to find out if the version of ourselves from a few years ago was still likable. There is, however, another way to respond to these inquiries. A mysterious skill that only a select few mods have mastered.
You can realize your greatest fantasies using mods. All you need to do is desire for something, and a mod for it most likely already exists. In this instance, a mod for The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion enables the importation of Morrowind characters.
This implies that you can interact with your previous TES 3 character or if you didn’t like yourself back then, fight them. Cross-Game Invader Add-On is a fairly unusual mod that links the two games, as noted by PC Gamer.
You can take on your former self as a follower, engage in a deathmatch with them, or simply play as them with all of their spells and enchantments.
The summary reads, “The transfer of items, spells, and even player data between Morrowind and Oblivion is made possible by this mod (in both directions).
Do you have a fantastic enchanted item from Morrowind that you would love to use in Oblivion? Have you ever wanted to behave like your Oblivion character went back in time and became the Nerevarine? This mod, the first of its type, makes all of this and much more possible!”
A cross-game boss has also been included as a new feature by the mod’s author. The Tonal Invader will first appear in Morrowind, but when you beat him, he will flee and eventually appear in Oblivion. There are also light components from the Nemesis System from Shadow of Mordor; if you defeat the boss in Morrowind, he will appear in Oblivion with a different weapon.
One of the most distinctive mods you’ll find on Nexus Mods is this one. The majority of mods merely add a feature to one game. Few bridge the gap between two dissimilar games in a meaningful way.