The Rise of the Tribe Unmourned by SammyB27 and Revised by Caeris
Morrowind » Quests and Adventures
Added: 30/08/2017 - 11:32AM
Updated: 14/10/2017 - 08:29AM

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Uploaded by Caeris


Last updated at 8:29, 14 Oct 2017 Uploaded at 11:32, 30 Aug 2017

*Requires Morrowind GOTY. Works even better with OpenMW.


The Resistible Rise of the Tribe Unmourned by SammyB27 is my favorite quest mod for Morrowind, it adds an awesome new questline that follows the defeat of Dagoth Ur in the original Morrowind game. I was saddened to learn that the mod was no longer being actively updated and was left in a permanent beta state. Fortunately though the original mod author, the talented SammyB27, has granted me permission to update the brilliant mod myself. So I have made a few fixes and changes for it, and added a lot more to it to make the experience that much better. 
I hope you enjoy this mod as much as I did :)

What is the story?

Dagoth Ur has been defeated, but the continued presence of the Sixth House still poses a threat to Morrowind. The Scourge of the Tribe Unmourned has come out of the shadows in a sinister plot to resurrect Dagoth Ur. But hope is not lost, a new Spymaster for the Blades has arrived in Ebonheart, here to help the Nerevarine in their new struggle. With the aid of the Blades, the Nerevarine will finally be able put an end to the Sixth House's foul embrace over Morrowind once and for all.

To start the quest - Talk to any guard, any dreamer, or any member of the Blades.

Here's a list of reasons to try this mod:

- Experience a new vanilla-friendly questline that succeeds the death of Dagoth Ur.

- Face off against Azaria - The Scourge of House Dagoth and the Shadow of Ur.

- Hunt down a long forgotten Dwemer artifact in a race against the Sixth House.

- Build your outpost for the Blades under the command of Jacyinth Clanler, the new Spymaster.

- Become the Grand Spymaster for the Blades, and recruit several new members, each with their own unique personalities.

- Find the Lost Tomb of St. Nerevar and retrieve your predecessor's ancient armor.

- Obey Peryite, the Taskmaster's command to hunt down a traitor in a brand new Daedric quest.

- Fight against several new enemies and receive unique and powerful rewards.


This mod is fully compatible with:

Morrowind Rebirth


Tamriel Rebuilt

Races Redone

Emma's Blades Quest: Prophecy of the Lost Heir


Drag and drop the files from the archive into the Morrowind Data Files Directory.
This is usually found in "C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Morrowind\Data Files).
After that's done, make sure you enable the .esp in your launcher or through an external program such as Wyre Mash.

Future Plans:

I am currently creating a sequel to this quest-line, the title for it is 'The Conspiracy of Vehk'. I will also continue to update this mod whenever it is needed. Other than that, I am very happy with this mod as of now.

Resources Used & Thanks

Thank you to all those talented modders out there that allowed the usage of their resources for
this mod. The Rise of the Tribe Unmourned could not have happened without the help of the community,
so thanks a lot. Below is each of the known resources that have been used.

by Tamriel Rebuilt and Project Tamriel Teams

The Lost Armor of St. Nerevar + Texture Update
by Aragon, Englightened Daedroth, Soulshade, and John Doe. (Texture Update Author is unknown)

House Dagoth Bonemold Armor
by Petiboy

Nethellus' Dwemer Resources
by Nethellus

Djangos Rugs and Tapestries
by Von Django

Bonelord Robe
by Melchior Dahrk

Dragon Statue Replacer
by Melchior Dahrk

These are not the only mod resources used. There are others, many of which I do not know the author of. The original author, SammyB27, made the original mod with his own resources a long long time ago. If anyone knows the names of these authors, or if the authors are still around today, contact me so I can write you down in these credits. I mean no offense by not putting your name here, it's just that it's hard to track down each and every author without a mod-list like this one available.