By - born3ed
I advice Maskar's Oblivion Overhaul for a lot of cool stuff without any pain with mod conflicts and such.
Thanks will check it out! I changed my mind on morroblovion. I thought it added the Morrowind game into the oblivion and they were together but watching YouTube videos it seems it's just Morrowind. Would of been awesome if they were together!
Well, this is the best a mod can do
First, Oblivion haven't aged well like Morrowind.
Morroblivion it's just a faster, more cluncky and more colorful version of Morrowind.
Play Oblivion for what it is and then try MOB. Also yeah i can confirm MOB is quite amazing and worth to be played.
Second, avoid people that are over-enthusiastic about Vanilla. Fanatics and Nostalgic Geek are going to set your expectation too high, and trust me, the game after 30~ hours is unbearable especially if you played Morrowind. (MW > OB)
So, Third, Mod it AKA Fix it.
Oblivion is broken, gameplay and mechanic wise.
Find a guide that explain you how to correctly mod it.
[Oooiii Guide](https://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/mods/49898) or [Push Guide](https://www.nexusmods.com/oblivion/mods/51105) are the most complete.
The first one is more generic, it gives you more choices and interesting mods to try out while also giving you a correct order to follow.
The second works around a Vanilla fixing overhaul, it gives you the basic fixing and a simple list so it's a very effective and direct way of modding OB.
Both explain how to use tools to correctly mod it.
The First one focus on Wyre Bash while the second focus on MO2. (Both are valid options).
Beside after trying out many mods, i use Push Guide as the core while also adding many mods from Oooiii Guide that have become "a must have" for me.
But, fourth... you will need patience and time.
The perfect Oblivion mod list doesnt exist since it's different for each person and it's kinda an "adventure" per se.
Though there are many mods considered by the majority (if not the totality) of the players to be "necessary" and are mainly the ones that fix bugs/glitches/crashes/memoryIssues (these mods are listed in the *Core* section of Oooiii Guide).
You can easly starting from there and start Oblivion quickly.
Oblivion is infinte if I remember correctly after main quest I mean I’m pretty sure actually cause I’ve always done shivering isles after the main quest in all my play through