1. Save as soon as you finish making your character (i.e. after you talk to Sellus Gravius).* The game will only autosave when you rest, and there are a few places right near the starting town where you might die, and it is really frustrating to have to start over from the very beginning.
2. NPCs have a conversation topic called "morrowind tips" or "advice" or something similar. Ask them about it and read the tips. It's a good way to pick up subtle aspects of the game at a reasonable pace.
3. The leveling mechanics are a little screwy, and there are a lot of ways to become as powerful as you want. Don't worry overmuch about figuring out how to break the game mechanically; focus on exploring the world and the story. Those are a lot more rewarding, I think, and it's easy to be dissatisfied with the game if it becomes trivial.
*I am moderately disturbed that I remembered his name without looking it up.
Indoril armor is my favorite armor design (in any game I can remember) until I came across Her Hand's armor (an upgraded version, which is heavy). But, like you say, it was worse than both Glass and Ebony.SecondTalon wrote:But... the best Medium is a rank or two below the Ebony/Glass tier.
He actually linked to the mod that made them peaceful, not removed them.Ibid wrote:Also Magnanimous, that robs Jiub of his sworn duty to rid Morrowind of Cliff Racers!