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It turns out that Terry Pratchet was a big fan of mods for Oblivion. – Image 1
A Twitter user under the nickname davidoneacre drew attention to the text version of the interview with the famous Terry Pratchett on the radio show, The Author Hour in 2009. It turns out that the writer had a modification.
From the text it becomes clear that the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
The basis of Oblivion is very good. Graphics, sound, battles. But the most beautiful is the warmth of my soul. You know her? They’re doing it just for the money.
Patchet said that to follow the plot too boring. But modifications is another matter. The writer enthusiastically told about his adventures in Oblivion. His character is managed to be a cheese-maker, open weapons and so on. Unfortunately, on the radio all the enthusiasm Pratchett cut, leaving them only in the text version.
Terry even managed to write cues for modifications to the character-a companion, which has managed to migrate from Oblivion in The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim.
Unfortunately, Terry Pratchet died in 2015. He was 66 years old.
It turns out that Terry Pratchet was a big fan of mods for Oblivion. – Image 2