I came to Morrowind directly from Skyrim, my very first TES game. I came into it with low expectations for technology and graphics and the like, but high expectations for its story. And I am always utterly blown away when my former judgement is proven wrong. I was wandering around the outskirts of Caldera earlier today, looking for my way back to a certain mine, when I ran into a traveling merchant who needed an escort to a village. "Sure!" I said happily, giving her the merry adventurer grin that never says no, "I'll lead you there!" However, I had never heard of the village she spoke of and did not have the faintest clue of even which direction it lay in. I ran back to the nearest signpost and frantically looked it over, hoping to spot the village's name on it. I scanned it again and again to no avail, taking some time on the endeavor. And then the merchant, who had been patiently waiting behind me the entire time, sighed and said in an exasperated voice "I don't believe this." I was taken aback. Was she actually commenting on my actions? Somehow, I didn't think that that was possible with 2002 AI. Was she actually scripted to say that should her escort show signs of being hopelessly lost? Or was it just good timing? Whatever it was...wow.