It has now been over four years since Daggerfall's release. As quickly as computer games come and go, I have been surprised and delighted to find that gamers all over the world are still discovering and enjoying it.  If my e-mail is any indication, the fascination with Daggerfall transcends national boundaries. Gamers from Germany, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Spain, Argentina, the Czech Republic (I still want to call it Czechoslovakia -- call me old fashioned), England, Norway, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and China (to name the ones I can remember) have written to rave about the game and/or the site.

Recent questions have concerned the next installment of The Elder Scrolls, "Morrowind".  I have not been keeping on top of developments at Bethesda (getting married does that to you), but here is what little information I have:

Beyond that, your guess is as good as mine.  I think I can safely make a few prognostications (that's a two-bit college word that means "wild-ass guesses") about it:

Within the framework of TES, I can also throw out a few hopes for Morrowind:

As for what will actually happen, I guess we'll have to wait for 2001 to find out. But don't let me see you in line in front of me when it's time to buy the game or I'll have to have Guido rearrange your kneecaps.