And The Answer is…

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Here are the answers to our latest Name That Sound:

1. Which Bethesda Softworks game is it from?
The Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire. Released in 1997, Battlespire was, I believe, the first Elder Scrolls title that supported multiplayer. Check out UESP’s Battlespire page for more about the game.

2. What is the sound of?
It’s the Scamp!

3. Extra 1,000,000 points if you can name the developer who created the “source” of the sound in the game. (Not the actual sound itself — though if you know the answer to that, kudos).
Mark Jones is the artist who created the Scamp. Elder Scrolls aficionados will recognize his name. Mark has worked on most of the Elder Scrolls games.

Here is the full audio asset for the Scamp.

Name That Sound!

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Guess the following:

  1. Which Bethesda Softworks game is it from?
  2. What is the sound of?
  3. Extra 1,000,000 points if you can name the developer who created the “source” of the sound in the game. (Not the actual sound itself – though if you know the answer to that, kudos).

Gooooood luck.

And the answer is…

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Here’s the answers this week’s Name That Sound

1. What game is the line from?
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

2. What is the name of the character who speaks this line of dialogue?
Gogron gro-Bolmog, a male Orc who is a member of the Dark Brotherhood. Jonathon Bryce is the voice actor who performs the Orc male voice.

Bonus: The scratch voice is being done by Emil Pagliarulo, the designer responsible for the Dark Brotherhood in Oblivion.

Looks like this one might have been a little easy. Props to frappezlesinge for answering all three questions correctly.

And the answer is: Morrowind!

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Lots of folks got it. It was an easy one. Thanks to everyone who posted a guess for Name That Sound!

The answer is The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. The sample is from Morrowind’s gorgeous soundtrack by Jeremy Soule. It is my personal favorite track from the game – mx_explore_7 – and I, too, have the soundtrack for Morrowind (and Oblivion) on my Iphone.

I promise to make the next one tougher.

Here is the entire track for your listening enjoyment: